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ACD2-MRL System Start Up Routine

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Original Approval

Prepared Checked Approved


Su Xiaolei Li Shan Liu Zubin
By By By
Dep. PDC Dep. PDC Dep. PDC

Date 2010-03-16 Date 2010-03-23 Date 2010-03-25

AUTH. CAL7418

Component Version

Component H.W. Version S.W. Version


GECB KBA26800ABG GAA30780DAG or higher
GDCB AXX26800AKT AP230924CAH or higher
SPBC_II/III GAA26800NB1/GCA26800KX10 GAA30760BAG/GAA30773BAE higher

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Revision Record

Item Auth. PC Description of Change Date Signature


Add PARAMETERS SETUP AND TROUBLE SHOOTING
1 CAL8052 2010-8-28 Su Xiaolei
(P32~61)

2 CAL8751 Add parameter setup and Trouble shooting


2011-3-18 Su Xiaolei
(P6,24,26,27,28,33~91)

3 CAL9157 Change motor date setup guideline(P33,34,39,40,90) 2011-05-05 Su Xiaolei

4 CAL11078 The handover test for UCM was added on page 91~96 2012-03-28 Lu Yi

5 CAL12128 Change the page 46,50,51,55,56,59,61,64,65,71. Update 2012-11-12 Su Jianding

the software to EAC. Change the related parameters


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neither it nor the information it contains will be reported or disclosed, in whole or part, without the prior
written consent of XOEC, and that on demand it and any copies will be promptly returned to XOEC.

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Contents
1 REQUIREMENTS.............................................................................................................................. 5
2 REFERENCES.................................................................................................................................... 5
3 Preliminary checks ............................................................................................................................. 6
4 Starting up in inspection .................................................................................................................. 11
5 Position Reference System Adjustment .......................................................................................... 15
6 Check of hoistway signals (PRS with RLEV/ADO) ....................................................................... 17
7 First Normal Running Preparation ................................................................................................. 18
8 Hoistway Learn Run......................................................................................................................... 19
9 DCS – Door Check Sequence (E/I-panel) ....................................................................................... 23
10 Normal operation .............................................................................................................................. 25
11 Balance Adjustment .......................................................................................................................... 25
12 Final Adjustment............................................................................................................................... 26
13 PARAMETERS SETUP AND TROUBLE SHOOTING .............................................................. 33
14 Check the parameters of GECB ...................................................................................................... 46
15 Other troubles shooting .................................................................................................................... 92
16 Other features setting ....................................................................................................................... 93

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1 REQUIREMENTS
Starting up of ACD2-MRL control system should be only performed by authorized person! Be sure
the completion for cab and mechanical assemblies in hoistway, as well as correct connection for all
electrical devices both in hoistway and controller before elevator works. Also some necessary check
should be done before running.

2 REFERENCES
——SVT User‘s Guide - Manual (GAA30780DAG_STM)
——SVT User‘s Guide – Reference List (GAA30780DAG_REF)
GECB ——Installation Parameter (GAA30780DAG_INS)
(Inside Controller)
——I/O Lists (GAA30780DAG_IO)

——Operation Manual (55661_AP230924CAE)

Drive
(Inside Hoistway)

——Component Start-Up & Installation (RBI_CSU_ZH)

RBI Device
(Inside Hoistway)

——AT120 Field Manual (AT120_OIM_ZH)

——DO2000 Field Manual (DO2000_OIM_ZH)


Door
(Top of car) ——AT400 Field Manual (AT400_OIM_ZH)

——NGSOK Field Manual (NGSOK_OIM_ZH)

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3 Preliminary checks
Hint: before inspection run, all the mechanical components should be installed and adjusted.
3.1 Confirm the elevator is in the ERO mode

Plug for INS Shunt: INS/NOR

Only for inspection run

3.2 Check the controller and Emergency & Inspection Panel


Open the door of the controller and Emergency & Inspection Panel, check whether the connection of
the components is loosen or damaged or not, and keep the files of the elevator. Besides, change the
parts which have damaged and tighten all connections places on the control cupboard. Pay special
attention to the power supply wires, motor wires and drive wires when you are tightening the
connection. Check with the wiring diagram if shield motor cable is required.
3.3 Check the wiring
According to the wiring diagram, check the PVT cable, the temporal wirings in traveling cable and in
limit switches, and check whether all the ground wires of equipments are in a reliable ground
connection situation or not. Especially for the grounding screw on GECB board.
3.4 Check the insulation
The connection of ground wires and HL is shed out, then pulls out all plugs on the GECB, turn all
breakers to the ―OFF‖ position. Measure the insulation resistance value of the ground wires and HL,
power supply wires, the motor brake wires, the door operator and both ends of the illumination with
insulating apparatus. Ensures that the insulation resistance value meet the regulated value. Then
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connected ground wires and plug in all plugs back to GECB board again.

Circuit Insulation Range


Dynamic circuit and safety circuit ≥0.5MΩ
Control circuit (including door operator), illumination
≥0.5MΩ
and signal circuit
Caution: the connection plugs on the PCB board should be pulled out during the insulation
test, or the PCB board may be damaged.
3.5 Check the input voltage
Cut off the main power switch and other breaker in the controller, and check whether the input
three-phase voltage is in the regulation range (+/-10%) or not. Adjust the wiring of the transformer
terminals according to the real input voltage. Check the illumination voltage is for 220V+/-10%.
3.6 Check the control transformer output voltage
Turn on the main power switch, check whether the output voltage by the transformer match with the
drawings (+/-10%) or not.
3.7 Check the dynamic power wiring
Before turn on the dynamic power wiring should be checked and be confirmed, the U/V/W/PE of
TB2 should be connected to U/V/W/PE of motor one by one. Do not change the sequence of the
three phases, or the elevator may run abnormally.
3.8 Check the remote serial link voltage
Disconnect the controller connections 1C and 1H/1G.
Check the Voltage of 1C4-1C3 (27-36VDC) and1H4-1H3 (27-36VDC)/ 1G4-1G3 (27-36VDC).
Pulg back of 1C and 1H/1G connections.

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3.9 Battery check (E/I-panel)

LED Description Status


BAT-CHARGE Fast charging/ Pre-charge qualification Off

MAINTENANCE Maintenance charging On

Pre-charge qualification/ Fast charging/ Blinking


FAULT
Maintenance charging

BAT-MODE SPBC_II/III supplied from controller

Note:
The battery is charged by the SPBC_II/III. It must be connected at least for 8 hours (over
night) before any operations are carried out. When the power of the system is switched off,
the battery will be discharged due to the ongoing power demand from the SPBC_II.

When switching off the unit for a longer period of time (> 6h), please disconnect the
battery and don't forget to re-connect afterwards!

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3.10 CAN and SVT communication check (E/I-panel)

LED Description Status Off


CAN_OK CAN Bus available On

SPB_OK Software proper running, self test passed


Blinkin
g

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3.11 GECB-EN check (E/I- panel: SPBC_II/III)

Check the proper inputs (use the LED indications located on SPBC_II/III)

LED Description Status


GRP/J Error in the line voltage supply
NOR/DIAG Normal mode
INS Inspection mode Off

ES Emergency Stop On
DW Hoistway doors closed Blinking
DFC Doors fully closed
DOL Door Open Limit /
DOB Door Open Button /

Note:
If the status of LED indication differs from the status listed in the table after power on, please
check the circuits of the corresponding LED's.

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4 Starting up in inspection
4.1 Parameter Setup (GDCB): E/I- panel

See document 55661 “Service Tool” and GAA30780DAG_Ins&_IO for Reference to


find the Parameter you should input before next step.

Note:
The version of the GDCB and GECB must be checked.
The SCN must be as follow indicated or higher:
GDCB --- AP230924CAE ( M-2-1-1)
GECB --- GAA30780DAG (M-1-2-3)
In order to enable normal run, the parameters must be setup according to the contract:
All parameters in CONTRACT (M-2-3-1)
All parameters in PROFILE (M-2-3-5)

Attention:
 The below parameter should be kept as default : GDCB Parameter VelRate div 0..3
(M-2-3-2) must be 0;
 Any parameter in GDCB PROFILE (M-2-3-5) changed, must be sure actual installed LS
length larger than the parameter of LS length min mm (M-2-1-7).

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4.2 Encoder Adjustment = LRT (Locked Rotor Test)

Automatic encoder calibration occures :


 On first run command, after drive power on
 Certain faults occuer
 After certain parameters changed

ERO

Press UP/DOWN
for 5~10 sec.

Note:
During the calibration, a tone may be heard from the motor for a few seconds. This
is normal and to be expected. No user intervention is required during the automatic
calibration. Note that the adjustment is automatically repeated after certain faults
are detected.
This calibration occurred with dropped brake !

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4.3 Check of Run -Direction

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4.4 Manual Brake Release check (E/I-panel)

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5 Position Reference System Adjustment


5.1 Adjust the limit switches
Try to follow the table below to adjust the distance of the terminal switches. (Tolerance must be
smaller than 20mm) The sign of a value is determined by the following rule: regard the leveling
position of the elevator between the upper terminal floor and the lower terminal floor as reference,
and marks somewhere on the rail to represent 00mm.
For the top floor, ‗+‘ means above the mark, ‗-‗ means below the mark.
For the ground floor, ‗+‘ means below the mark, ‗-‗ means above the mark.

Speed (m/s) 1LS/2LS 7LS/8LS


1.0 -1000mm 150+/-50mm
1.5 -1600mm 150+/-50mm
1.6 -1800mm 150+/-50mm
1.75 -2100mm 150+/-50mm

Note:
1. The 1LS/2LS distance is from drive calculation based on the acceleration & deceleration is
0.6m/s2, you can verify the suitable distance by check the M-2-1-7-GOON LS min MM.
2. The distance indicated here is the distance of the terminal switch when the contact point
opens, but not the one when the terminal switch presses the linkage..
5.2 Adjustment of the photo-electric switch on car top and the hoistway leveling indicator plate
The installation method & dimensions of the car top photo-electric switch and leveling indicator plate
for ACD2-MRL is shown below.

Distance of bans: 250mm


Number of bans: same as number of floor

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Note:1LV/2LV/UIS/DIS--normal open(NO)
5.3 Place some balance load into the car (about 45% of the car rated load).
5.4 Adjust the positions of four leveling photo-electric switches (UIS: upper re-leveling photo-electric
switch; 1LV/2LV: door-zone photo-electric switch; DIS: lower re-leveling photo-electric switch)
Ensure they are vertical and separate from each other refer to the Fig., and make sure the order of
the installation is UIS, 1LV, 2LV and DIS from top to bottom.
5.5 Operate the elevator to the leveling position of each floor.
5.6 Adjust the leveling indicator plate on each floor and make the central line of the four photoelectric
switches intercept with that of the plate. (It means the distance between the center line and 1LV/2LV
is 30mm, and the distance between the center line and UIS/DIS is 100mm).This action will influence
the leveling accuracy of the elevator.

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6 Check of hoistway signals (PRS with RLEV/ADO)

Note:
At short landings, the distance between door zones (=DZ vane) must be:
- 180 mm for normal speed up to 1,75 m/s
- 160 mm for normal speed up to 1,6 m/s
- 130 mm for normal speed up to 1,0 m/s

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7 First Normal Running Preparation


7.1 Check the safety chain and doors chain
Verify each safety switch of the safety chain is available, and make sure each of them (OS, 8LS,
7LS, SOS, TES, PES, GS, DS, GSS) can stop the elevator under the requirements of inspection
operation. (Attention: do not forget the availability of the lock of the landing door on the each floor.)
7.2 Check the hoistway signals
Run the elevator in the whole hoistway in inspection mode to check each hoistway signal, 1LV, 2LV,
1LS, 2LS, etc.. These signals can be checked by entering into M-1-1-2 of GECB, or by observing the
status of LBDs in SPBC II/III.

7.3 Start up of Door operator

To start up the Door Operator please refer to the corresponding Field Installation Manual.

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8 Hoistway Learn Run


8.1 Start up of hoistway learn run
Note:
During a learn run the door will close and will keep a torque.

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Learn run (continued)

Visible only when


Load Weigh Type
= 2 and Hitch LW
calibration was
confirmed.

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8.2 Faults during Learn Run


When a fault is detected during the learn run, a corresponding message is displayed. After pressing
<GOON>, the learn run is then aborted.
Fault display Description
Drive NOT in CAN The setup parameter Interface Type is not correct, should be a CAN controller.
mode => abort >
DRIVE NOT READY The drive is not yet ready to run. If this display appears for more than 1s the drive may be
blocked by a fault.
<SET> aborts! >
No LS signals The CAN connection to the drive has been interrupted, no LS signal information has
been received for >2s.
=> abort >
RUN IN PROGRESS Learn Run start is attempted while car is running.
=> abort >
SIG NOISE/BOUNCE Noise or excessive bouncing in hoistway signals (1/2LV, UIS, DIS).
=> abort >
PRS_SIG != 1VANE PRS sensors are on two vanes or on no vane when the actual learn run motion is about
to start.
=> abort >
TRANSITN OVERDUE Sensor transition on/off the vane does not occur when expected.
=> abort >
DETECTED ## LDGs When car leaves 1LS, the number ## of encountered landings does not match the setup
parameter
in 1LS: abort >
### LDGs before According to the setup parameter, the top landing (###-) was reached before 2LS.
2LS: abort >
INVAL PRS SIGNAL Pattern of active and inactive PRS sensors is not possible on 1 or 2 vanes with the
selected Vane Sensor Type.
COMBI => abort >
1LS: ON->OFF->ON After leaving 1LS, the 1LS signal became active again => Gap in 1LS magnet/vane or
bouncing in 1LS signal.
gap => abort >
2LS OFF->ON->OFF After entering 2LS, the 2LS signal became inactive again => Gap in 2LS magnet/vane or
bouncing in 2LS signal.
gap => abort >
1LS/2LS OVERLAP! 1LS and 2LS inputs are active at the same time.
=> abort >
VANE GAP SHORT: The gap between two vanes of xxxx mm is too short for the selected Vane Sensor Type.
xxxxmm! abort >
LR ABORTED! The Learn Run was aborted by a non learn run error. Look in the event log for detailed
information.
see fault log >
LR ABORTED The Learn Run was aborted by switching to ERO or TCI.
by ERO/TCI! >

8.3 Find Bottom Landing Run


The Find Bottom Landing run can be started via SVT menu 4-3 from any position in the hoistway. It
positions the car in the bottom landing. This operation is required when starting a door sequence
check run. In order to allow this run to establish valid position, a successful learn run must have
been executed before.

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The user interaction during the Find Bottom Landing run and the preceding Start Dialog is same as
Learn Run operation described above.

8.4 Viewing the Landing Table

The landing table can be viewed in SVT menu 4-2. It shows each landing position and the learned
vane length at each landing. The first landing is arbitrarily set to 10,000 mm. The display will look as
shown below:

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9 DCS – Door Check Sequence (E/I-panel)

Note:
 In case of failure of a hoistway door contact, the car stops on this floor and is locked. An
error message is shown. After elimination of all errors, the car has to be moved to the
bottom landing first before starting the DCS RUN once again.
 Any change of parameter “TOP FLOOR” or “BOTTOM FLOOR” of GECB must restart DCS
operation.

Attention:
The new feature Hoistway Access Detection (HAD) has been implemented to protect persons
entering the hoistway and not properly following the safety instructions.
If the DS contact is opened for longer than 4 seconds the GECB will go into HAD mode, the
event “0306 HWY Access” is logged.
The blinking message “Switch INS” appears in the Status menu.
The fault will not be cleared by switching the power off and on, the only way to bring the elevator
back into normal operation is:
 by ERO or
 by pressing PES for at least 2 seconds.
 by INS on TCI

Note:
Please confirm SW6, SW7, SW8 on GECB board on ON position before DCS operation.

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DCS – Door Check Sequence (continued)

Note: Begin from GAA30780DAH, DCS run could not be performed with dummy door.

Otherwise the DCS run is requried again after power cycle.

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10 Normal operation
10.1 According to wiring diagram to examine the address of the remote site RS5 board whether they are
dialed correctly and the wiring of the pin is right or not.
10.2 Connect SVT to the SPBC_II/III, and use the SVT to call the elevator.
10.3 Press M-1-1-1, then call the elevator to floor you want ((first floor is button ‗0‘, second floor is button
‗1‘ and so on).
10.4 Press ―Shift‖ and then ―ENTER‖, the elevator will land to the called floor.
10.5 Check all the functions related to RS5 & RSEB
10.6 Call the elevator in whole hoistway with SVT, and check speed displayed and check the drive state
by SVT in the Emergency & Inspection Panel.

11 Balance Adjustment
11.1 Place 45% of the duty load in car
11.2 Call the elevator up run and down run, and check the motor current value by SVT (M-2-1-2) when
car and counterweight are at a same level in hoistway.
 If the motor current is bigger when up run, should take out load form car;
 If the motor current is bigger when down run, should add load into car.
Re-do the above step until the motor current of up run and down run are almost same (±0.3A).
11.3 According to above steps, adjust weight both in car and hoistway to achieve balance requirement of
4 7.5±2.5%,
11.4 After adjusting counterweight weight as above note, tighten counterweight screw.

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12 Final Adjustment
12.1 Floor Level Adjustment

Note:
 If the vanes are adjusted at a better manner at each floor, the car should stop correctly in
each landing, otherwise the vanes should be adjusted accordingly. Then a new learn run
is necessary.
 The vanes must be centered on landing (due to UIS and DIS)
 If the all stop positions tower above the sill, enter M-2-3-2,set the value of “Vane Bias(10)
mm” according to the tolerance.
 If some stop positions tower above the sill, some stop positions are under the sill, adjust

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the flashboards in hoistway.


 If the up run stop position and down run stop position are not consistent at the same
floor. Set the “Vane Hysteres mm” equaling to (up run stop pos. - down run stop pos.) ÷
2.

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12.2 Start Jerk, Rollback reduction

Note:
 Before starting this adjustment, verify the proper working of the load weighing system.
 And verify the parameter Balance % of GDCB set as the actual balance configuration.
 And verify the parameter Inertia kg-m2 of GDCB set as correct calculation based on the
contract configuration.
 adjust “Pretorque Trim %” setting.

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12.3 Check of ADO and RLV (Option)

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12.4 Assignment for building configuration

Note:
With the "Allowed Mask", the building configuration (assignment of calls (car / hall), cutting
of landings (Cut Call), Card Reader, Parking, Ride profiles) is determined. An assignment is
made for every landing. Rear doors are available, if on this landing the elevator may park and
with which ride profile the elevator moves to the next landing. The key sequence (M-1-3-3-1)
leads to the following "Allowed Menu"

12.5 Position Indicator setup

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Code Symbol Code Symbol Code Symbol Code Symbol


0 0 10 (blank) 20 J (*) 30 T (*)
1 1 11 A 21 K (*) 31 U
2 2 12 B (*) 22 L 32 V (*)
3 3 13 C 23 M (*) 33 W (*)
4 4 14 D (*) 24 N (*) 34 X (*)
5 5 15 E 25 O 35 Y (*)
6 6 16 F 26 P 36 Z (*)
7 7 17 G (*) 27 Q (*) 37 -
8 8 18 H 28 R (*) 38 *
9 9 19 I (*) 29 S 39 all segments
(*) for 16-segment position indicator and ELD only!

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12.6 Turnover test for code inspection

Note:
When this test is activated, some functions are temporarily disabled or modified for several
elevator runs:
- The check for proper brake switch state is disabled for 3 runs to allow the
single-brake-shoe test
- The vane input 1LS is disabled for one run to allow testing of the buffer.

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13 PARAMETERS SETUP AND TROUBLE SHOOTING


Drive Key Parameters setup

M-2-3-1 CONTRACT Min Max Actual Remark


1 0 = 422 Type
Interface Type 0 1 1 = CAN Type
Drive Type 25 999 OVFR1A-402 Drive;25
OVFR1A-404 Drive;40
OVFR1A-406 Drive;60
OVFR2A-406 Drive;60
OVFR2B-402 Drive;20
OVFR2B-403 Drive;30
OVFR2B-404 Drive;40
ARO Type 1 4 1 1: w/o OTIS ARO device
Motor Type 100 999 630/680kg@1m/s: 101
800/1000kg@1m/s: 902
630/680kg@1.5/6m/s: 102
800/1000kg@1.5/6m/s /s: 902
680kg@1.75m/s: 902
800/1000kg@1.75m/s: 902
1150~1600@1m/s: 403
1150~1600@1.5~1.75m/s:404
1800~2000@1m/s: 501
1800~2000@1.5~1.75m/s: 502
When 902 is setup, pls. turn to appendix 1 for

motor turning date.

Duty Speed mm/s 10 16000 Setup according to contract

Rated rpm 1 5000 630/680kg@1m/s: 371


800/1000kg@1m/s: 371
630/680kg@1.5/6m/s: 661
800/1000kg@1.5/6m/s: 649
680kg@1.75m/s: 649
800/1000kg@1.75m/s: 649
1150~1600@1m/s: 330
1150~1600@1.5~1.75m/s:576

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1800~2000@1m/s: 330
1800~2000@1.5~1.75m/s: 576
Pls. switch to ERO before setup
1.5~5
Inertia kg-m2 0.01 9999.99 2
Attention on ―kg‖ and not ―g‖!
Resolution is 1/100 kg = 10g
This parameter stands for the type of ending
Enc termintn 1/2 1 2 2 of the encoder.
1 - single ended termination
2 - double ended termination
Specifies the type of encoder:
Encoder Type 0 1 0
0 – Incremental encoder
1 – Sinusoidal encoder
Encoder PPR 1000 10000 630/680kg@1~1.6m/s: 3600
Others: 4096

Duty Load kg 10 16384

AC Main Vrms 50 480 400 Use nominal AC mains, typically 400 for Europe.
2 0 – None
*Load Weigh Type 0 3 1 - LWB2 via CAN
2 – Hitch LW CAN
3 –Discrete LW via CAN
Load Wgh Lvl 1 % 0 120 10
Load Wgh Lvl 2 % 0 120 30
Load Wgh Lvl 3 % 0 120 50
Load Wgh Lvl 4 % 0 120 80
Load Wgh Lvl 5% 0 120 100
Verify mechanical overbalance matches
*Balance % 0 77 47 parameter setting.
*Roping 1..4 1 4 2 Applicable only at Load Weigh Type=2
Specifies vane sensor configuration, see
*Vane Sensor Type 0 1 0
also 4.8 PRS:
0 – PRS2 with ADO/RLEV,4Sensors,
250mm, N.O. N.O.
1 – PRS2 w/o
ADO/RLEV ,3Sensors,250mm,N.O.
2 – PRS2, 1Sensors,250mm,N.O. 1Sensor,
3 – RPD-P2, 1Sensors,250mm,N.C. 1Sensor,
4 – CEDES Photo,
1Sensors,150mm,N.O. 1Sensor,
5 – CEDES Photo,
4Sensors,250mm,N.O. 4Sensor,
6 – RPD-P3, 4Sensors,250mm,N.O. 4Sensors
7 – PRS5, 1Sensors,170mm,N.O. 1Sensor,
8 – PRSxx, 1Sensors,130mm,N.O. 1Sensor,
99 – Custom PRS, configure in
6.5.2 3-2 ADJUSTMENT,

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―Vane Length mm ‖ ...‖DIS NO=0 / NC=1‖

*DDP sec 0 45 30
*Number of Stops 2 140
*Bottom Landing 0 5 0
Depends on LS length; if any PRS sensor (also
*Landings in 1LS 0 5 UIS/DIS) is on DZ magnet while car in LS: ldg is
in LS
M-2-3-2 Min Max Actual Remark
ADJUSTMENT
Setup at jobsite
Car Dir 0/1 0 1 0
(= 1 for most elevator configurations, not all)
Motor Phase 0/1 0 1 0 Setup at jobsite
Single Phase 0/1 0 1 0
1 Used to increase the responsiveness of the
Start Gain Ot PU 1 20
velocity control when load weigh sensor is
not valid or not installed. A value of 1.0
essentially disables it. It can be increased to
typical of 4.0. The maximum acceptable
might depend on the system because it
causes vibration problems as it is increased.
However, it can be used for discrete load
weighing sensors to decrease roll back.
*Start filt BW PU 1 20 1 Visible with StartGain Ot PU > 1
*Start Gain In PU 1 20 1 Visible with StartGain Ot PU > 1
Visible with StartGain Ot PU > 1
*SG Period sec 0.3 2 0.01
*SG Ramp Down sec 0.4 2 0.1 Visible with StartGain Ot PU > 1
*End Gn Vel mm/s 0 16000 0
Norm Vel Resp PU 0.1 1.5 1
Pretorque Trim % 50 150 100
*Track Error mm/s 0 500 100 Visible only when Motor Type = 901 or 902
*No Enc VThrs PU 0 1 0.2 Visible only when Motor Type = 901 or 902
*No enc flt t sec 0 2 0.3 Visible only when Motor Type = 901 or 902
Vel Notch1 Hz 0 300
Vel Notch2 Hz 0 300
Notch Band Hz 0 50 2
VelRate div 0…3 0 3 0
Following parameters with ― * ‖ only visible
Cnv Custom 0/1 0 1 0
when Cnv Custom=1.
*Cnv Notch Hz 800 2500 1800

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*Cnv crf Depth 0 30 10


*Cnv crf Width 0 2000 300
*Cnv BW PU 0.5 1.0 0.7
*DC V BW 1.0 100 50
*Cnv L mH 0.01 100 -
*Cnv Saturation A 0 1000 0
*Cnv L Slope uH/A 0 1000 0
*Cnv R ohm 0.01 10 -
Specifies the power loss threshold as a
*Ploss Thr pre 0 100 3
percent of VA capability of the drive that is
allowed during precharging. If the threshold
is exceeded, the fault 208 Bus Cap Fail will
be logged.
Specifies the power loss threshold as a
*Ploss Thr idle 0 100 3
percent of VA capability of the drive that is
allowed during idle. If the threshold is
exceeded, the fault 208 Bus Cap Fail will
be logged.
Specifies the power loss threshold as a
*Ploss Thr run 0 100 18
percent of VA capability of the drive that is
allowed during running (PWM active). If the
threshold is exceeded, the fault 208 Bus
Cap Fail will be logged.
*PLL freq band Hz 0.1 60.0 3.0
*PLL freq time ms 0 5000 500
Cnv Vmag Thrs PU 0.0 5.0 1.2 212 fault threshold
Offset in mm applied to all vane positions.
Vane Bias(10) mm 7 13 10
Useful for adjusting the landing position
after a learn run is performed.
Vane Hysteres mm 0 20 0 Hysteresis of PRS sensors, vane
compensates overshoot in
levelling.
ON
Example: Running down HYST
into ldg x, the car stops HYST
OFF
8mm lower than when
running up => Hysteresis
4mm.
Note: Sensor hysteresis has same effect on levelling
as regulator overshoot (see Pos fbk versus Pos ref in
M-1-3). Ideally, regulator overshoot should be
trimmed separately, e.g. by adjusting inertia.
Profile Delay ms 0 10000 0
Specifies the position stopping tolerance
Pos Stop Tol mm 0 7 3
that is used to decide the car has reached
the target.
See fault: 506 Stopping Err

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Specifies the velocity stopping tolerance
Vel Stop mm/sec 0 20 3
that is used to decide the car has reached
the target.
See fault: 506 Stopping Err
This parameter is used to detrmine the
Overload sec 0 40 6
overload protection and specifies the
maximum time the drive is allowed to
operate at the rated motor accelerating
current. The rated motor accelerating
current is determined by the SVT
parameters Rated mtr i Arms and Rated
Acc I PU:

Iacc,rated = Rated mtr i Arms x Rated Acc I


PU
This parameter is used to detrmine the
Rated mtr i Arms 0 500
overload protection and specifies the
continuous rated current of the motor in
Arms. This is the rating at which the motor
can operate indefinitely.
Usually set it to 60% of the rated acc
current of drive.
This parameter is used to detrmine the
Rated Acc I PU 1 5 1.67
overload protection and specifies the rated
accelerating current of the motor in per-unit
of the rated motor current parameter Rated
mtr i Arms. For example, if Rated mtr i
Arms is set to 100 Arms and Rated Acc I
PU is set to 1.67, then the rated
accelerating current of the motor is 167
Arms.
Specifies the current limit for the inverter as
Inv I Limit % 0 150 100
a percentage of the full scale current for the
drive. This also determines the
overcurrent trip level, which is set at 105%
of the current limit.
See fault: 100 Inv SW Oct
Specifies the current limit for the converter
Cnv I Limit % 0 150 100
as a percentage of the full scale current for
the drive. This also determines the
overcurrent trip level, which is set at 105%
of the current limit.
See fault: 200 Cnv SW Oct
Specifies the amount of time allowed for
SX Pick Time ms 100 2000 100
the S relays to settle into the proper pick
state (ms). The PWM will not be activated
until this time has expired, so this
parameter extends the time for run
preparation. This timer may have to be
increased if external relays are used
between the drive and the motor.
See related faults: 403 Brake BY, 703 S Rly
Fault, 704 DBD Fault.

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Specifies the maximum position correction
Pos Corr Lim mm 0.01 50 0.05
allowed every 1 ms period. This is used to
reduce any vertical vibration that may occur
due to a large position correction. Such a
large correction can occur if the signal
latency of the PRS is large enough and the
speed is high enough. Best results are
achieved when this parameter is set less
than 0.1 mm.
Max Battery I A 0.01 100 30
D-axis current regulator output threshold
Vd out thresh PU 0 1 0.9
when the brake is not lifted yet. This is used
to detect failed current sensors or
disconnected motor from the drive as a
result of wiring errors or relays not working
etc. See fault 111 No Id fdbk.
The current default in the software is 0.9.
The recommended setting going forward is
0.5.
Self Tune 0/1 0 1 0
Following PRS parameters only visible
Vane Length mm 10 1000 -
when“Vane sensor type=99”.
UIS Config 0/1/2 0 2 -
UIS offset mm 0 250 -
UIS NO = 0/NC =1 0 1 -
LV1 config 0/1/2 0 2 -
LV1 offset mm 0 250 -
LV1 NO=0 / NC=1 0 1 -
LV2 config 0/1/2 0 2 -
LV2 offset mm 0 250 -
LV2 NO=0 / NC=1 0 1 -
DIS config 0/1/2 0 2 -
DIS offset mm 0 250 -
DIS NO=0 / NC=1 0 1 -
Following parameters with ‖#‖only visible
Custom HwCmp 0/1 0 1 -
when ‖Custom HwCmp 0/1=1‖.
#Latcy UisDisOn % 0 3000 100
#Latcy UisDisOff% 0 1000 100
#Latcy 1/2LV on % 0 3000 100
#Latcy 1/2LV off% 0 3000 100
#RopeStrtch comp% 0 1000 100

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#HitchPress comp% 0 1000 100


#Duty_kg % of car 0 200 50
PWM dnsft I % 0 200 100
PWM dnsftFreq Hz 0 150 150

HitchLw emptyBOT 0 99999 0 Calibration value for interpreting hitch


loadweighing data: This parameter allows
manual modification of the calibration. At
bottom position with empty car, the hitch
load weighing device should send this
value. The unit is kg. The actual value sent
by the hitch load weighing device can be
read using the menu Monitor-Motion, it is
the first value in the display ― HitchLW:
Empty: ―
This parameter is learned automatically
during a learn run if the display string
"Calibrate Hitch LoadW? y=1/n=0" is
confirmed by 1
HitchLw emptyTOP 0 99999 0 Calibration value for interpreting hitch
loadweighing data: This parameter allows
manual modification of the calibration. At
top position with empty car, the hitch load
weighing device should send this value.
The unit is kg. The actual value sent by the
hitch load weighing device can be read
using the menu Monitor-Motion, it is the
first value in the display ― HitchLW: Empty: ―
This parameter is learned automatically
during a learn run if the display string
"Calibrate Hitch LoadW? y=1/n=0" is
confirmed by 1.
HitchLw full BOT 0 99999 0 Calibration value for interpreting hitch
loadweighing data: This parameter allows
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bottom position with duty load, the hitch


load weighing device should send this
value. The unit is kg. The actual value sent
by the hitch load weighing device can be
read using the menu Monitor-Motion, it is
the first value in the display ― HitchLW:
Empty: ―This parameter is learned
automatically during a learn run if the
display string "Calibrate Hitch LoadW?
y=1/n=0" is confirmed by 1.
HitchLw CaliDone 0 1 0 Enable/Disable the hitch load weighing
calibration. If Load Weigh Type = 2 and
HitchLw CaliDone = 0, the event message
"915 LWSS not cal" is generated and the
drive starts the run using default pretorque
and ―tight‖ velocity loop start gains.
This parameter is set automatically during a
learn run if the display string "Calibrate
Hitch LoadW? y=1/n=0" is confirmed by 1.
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Specifies which brake control to use:
*Internal Brk 0/1 0 1 0
0 – external brake module used
1 – internal brake control circuit used
The brake current can be monitored in the
service tool with the display parameter Brake
Current A.
1800~2000@1.5~1.75m/s: 0
Others :1
Specifies the type of brake switches
*Brk Switch 0/1/2 0 2 1
present:
0 - brake switches not present, requires
BS1= Gnd, BS2=Gnd.
1 – 2 brake switches present
2 –2 brake switches present, with
inverted signals
3 - 3 brake switches present working to
2 inputs BS1 and BS2:
Specifies the time allowed for the brake
Brk Pick Time ms 0 10000 1500
switches to settle into the proper pick state
(ms) (beginning with the command to pick).
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the actual brake pick time plus the time
allowed for brake switch debouncing as
specified by the setup parameter Brk Lftd
Dely ms.
See fault 400 Brake S1 SAS.
Time allowed for brake switches to settle
Brk Setl Time ms 0 10000 500
into proper drop state (ms).
See fault 400 Brake S1 SAS.
Time to delay lift brake command to allow
Lft Brk Delay ms 0 10000 100
for pre-torquing (ms).
Brk Lftd Dely ms 0 10000 30 Visible only to systems that have
brake switches, i.e., ―Brk Sw Type 0-4" is
set to 1, 2, or 3. For each switch, this
parameter specifies the amount of
debounce for the brake switch signal during
brake pick. The default value is 30ms.
―Brake Lifted‖ will not become TRUE until
after the debounce time.

For slowly picking brakes, the parameter


value can be increased to allow time for the
brake to fully pick before the drive declares
the brake is lifted and advances the state
machine. Note that if this parameter value
is increased, the corresponding parameter
Brk Pick Time ms may also have to be
increased accordingly.

For the brake drop, the debounce value is


fixed at 30ms and is not adjustable.
M-2-3-4 MACHINE Min Max Actual Remark
*Low Volt Op 0/1 0 1 Visible only when” 错误!未找到引用
源。” = 901 or 902
0 – Low voltage operation for
modernization disabled.
1 – Low voltage operation for
modernization enabled.
Geared StrJR 0/1 0 1 0 Visible only when” 错误!未找到引用
源。” = 901 or 902
*Number of Poles 2 100 Visible only when” 错误!未找到引用
源。” = 901 or 902
Specifies the number of poles of the motor.
*Rated Trq Nm 0.1 20000 Visible only when” 错误!未找到引用
源。” = 901 or 902
Specifies the torque produced by the motor
at the rated torque current (and rated
magnetizing current when using an
induction motor).
*Rated Trq I A 0.1 1000 Visible only when” 错误!未找到引用

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源。” = 901 or 902


Rated torque current (peak value).
Rated Trq Nm=Rated motor current
(nameplate) * 1.414
*Ld mH 0.01 200 Visible only when” 错误!未找到引用
源。” = 901 or 902
Specifies the transient inductance in the
d-axis of the motor, including any filter
inductance. The value represents the
per-phase equivalent circuit of the motor
and filter.
*Lq mH 0.01 200 Visible only when” 错误!未找到引用
源。” = 901 or 902
Specifies the bulk inductance in the q-axis
of the motor. For induction motors, Ld
should be set equal to Lq.
*R Ohm 0 30 Visible only when” 错误!未找到引用
源。” = 901 or 902
Specifies the equivalent resistance of the
motor including any filter resistance. This
parameter is used to set the integral gain of
the current regulators, and should be
adjusted to achieve desired performance of
the regulators.
*T/A Slope % 0 100 0
*T/A Offset A 0 500 0
*Kt Slope 1/kNm 0 15 0
*Id Saturation A 0 1000 15
*Iq Saturation A 0 1000 0
*Ld Slope mH/A 0 30 0
*Lq Slope mH/A 0 30 0
Visible only when” Motor Type” = 902
*Lq0 mH 0.01 100
The parameters Lq0, Lq1 and Lq2 affect
the accuracy of the encoder position error
fault management only. These
parameters are coefficients of a polynomial
curve fit of the q-axis bulk inductance,
which is used to calculate the q-axis bulk
inductance value of the motor at a given
operating point. The resulting q-axis bulk
inductance is used as an input to the
Secondary Magnet Position estimator,
which is used to detect encoder slip.
If these parameter values are not known,
then set Lq0 = Lq, and set Lq1 = Lq2 = 0.
This makes the bulk inductance equal to
the nominal value of incremental

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inductance Lq. See related fault detection:
504 Enc Pos Err.
*Lq1 1/mA 0 400 0
*Lq2 1/mA^2 0 400 0
Visible only when” Motor Type” = 902
*Ld0 mH 0.01 100
The parameter Ld0 is used to tune the field
weakening motor voltage regulator. It is
important this value is correct to guarantee
that the drive can provide the necessary
bandwidth in controlling the motor voltage
as a result of back emf due to magnets and
resistive voltage drop due to currents. Set
Ld0 = Ld if the exact value is not known.
*Rated Motor rpm 1 5000 Visible only when” 错误!未找到引用
源。” = 901 or 902
Specifies the true rated rpm of the motor
independent of a particular elevator
application. This parameter is used to set
the velocity threshold for the ―504 Enc Pos
Err‖ fault management. This fault
management becomes active when either
the velocity command or the velocity
feedback is greater than 30% of this
parameter setting. For future software
releases, this parameter will also be used
for a self-commissioning feature for both
induction and PM motors.
See fault: 504 Enc Pos
See EEPROM parameter: Mag err thr eDeg
See display parameter: Mag Pos Err eDeg
This parameter specifies the allowable
*Mag err thr eDeg 0 40 20
difference between the magnet position
derived from the encoder and the result of
the Locked Rotor Test (LRT), and the
estimated position of the magnets based on
the back-EMF of the motor.
See fault: 504 Enc Pos
See display parameter: Mag Pos Err eDeg
See EEPROM parameter: Rated Motor rpm
LRT DC Level PU 0.1 0.5 0.1
LRT mot err eDeg 0 10 8
Visible only for PM motors.
Fld Wkn Lvl % 0 200 100
The Field Weakening Controller (FWC) is a
voltage regulator that allows higher motor
speeds without exceeding maximum
sinusoidal inverter output voltage and is
applicable to PM motors only. This
parameter specifies the voltage level at
which the FWC begins to dictate negative
d-axis current. This parameter is a

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percentage of the maximum sinusoidal
output voltage, which is equal to the bus
voltage divided by sqrt(2) minus some
small voltage drops due to the impedance
of the IGBTs (line-to-line rms). This
parameter is typically set to 100, which
equals a 513 V line-to-line rms drive output.
To disable the FWC, set this parameter to
200.
Visible only for PM motors.
Fld Wkn BW Hz 0 50 2.5
The Field Weakening Controller (FWC) is a
voltage regulator that allows higher motor
speeds without exceeding maximum
sinusoidal inverter output voltage and is
applicable to PM motors only. This
parameter specifies the bandwidth of this
regulator. This parameter is set typically
to 10 Hz, but may be lowered down to
about 2.5 Hz for certain motor applications
with a low electrical frequency depending
on perfromance.
M-2-3-5 PROFILE Min Max Actual Remark
*Insp Speed mm/s 10 630 250
*Nom Speed mm/s 0 16000

*Accel mm/s2 25 1200 600


*Decel mm/s2 25 1200 600
*Jerk mm/s3 100 2400 700
*Base Speed % 50 100 75
Creep Speed mm/s 0 100 0
Creep Length mm 0 100 0
Creep Jerk 0/1 0 1 0
Zero Vel Tim ms 0 2000 500
ETP Spe %DutySpe 50 90 80
Enc acc lim m/s2 0 1000 0
Enc acc lim t ms 0 1000 0
*1:Motor Type
Generally for GeN2 Machine, motor data has been pre-defined in drive software, you can‘t find
the machine date setup menu of M-2-3-4 when Motor Type correctly selected in M-2-3-1. Only
when 902 is selected for Motor Type, then all parameters in M-2-3-4 need correct setup.
*2:Roping
This value of the rope ratio (usually is 2)

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*3:Duty speed
This value should match to the formula below.
RR    PD
V
60  GR
RR:Rated rpm
PD:错误!未找到引用源。
GR:Roping
V: Duty speed
*4:Note: Inertia test procedure is not maturity now, if it is not works well. Manually adjustment is
necessary.
*5: Start Gain Ot PU / Start filt BW PU /Start gain in PU/ SG Period
When no load sensor be installed, modulate the PI values of speed loop.
Start filt BW PU /Start gain in PU/ SG Period are visible when set Start Gain Ot PU more than1.
Suggested setting:Start Gain Ot PU 4.0
Start filt BW PU 3.5
Start gain in PU 4.0

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14 Check the parameters of GECB


1. SYSTEM
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
0 TOP 8 1~99
Separate doortime LOB-NT can be
1 LOBBY 0 0~99
used at the lobby.
2 BOTTOM 0 0~98
Separate doortime CFT-NT can be
used at the cafeteria
3 CFT-P 255 0~255
0 (1) 99
> 99 Disabled
Operation FCL / DCL / SAPB:
0 FCL (Full Collective)
1 DCL (Down Collective)
2 SAPB (Single Automatic Push
Button)
4 OPERAT 0 0~6 3 SAPB with Car Coming Light
4 FCL, delete both calls on arrival
5 FCL with single button for both
directions
6 FCL with Car Priority Service (since
DAG)
5 EN-BSM 0 0~1
Type of serial Position Indicator for
1 Link and Car Link:
0 7/16 Segment
1 Serial Multilight via RIB
2 7 Segment-PI and LM-PI via RIB
3 Brazilian 10-Segment
4 OTIS 2000: LCD and ELD
6 PI 0 0~7
5 Australian Dot Matrix
(uses also IO 975, 976)
6 Australian Dot Matrix and Direction
Indicator
(uses also IO 975, 976)
7 Korean PI
(need to set CPI-JWL*; since DAB)
Type of Position Info for PI
0 Actual Floor
7 PI-POS 0 0~2 BAA
1 Next Commitable Floor
2 Falling Edge of DZ

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1. SYSTEM
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
Type of Direction Info for PI
0 While moving, the Direction
Indicator shows the actual direction.
When stopped, the next direction is
shown.
8 PI-DIR 0 0~1 1 When the moving direction will be
reversed, the Direction Indicator
already shows the next direction while
the car is still decelerating

Use Car TTL also as Position


Indicator
9 PI-CTTL 0 0~1 DAE
0 disable
1 enabled
Vendor PI option
0 no option
1 returning to ground floor
2 overloaded
4 out of service
10 PI-OPT 0 0~8 8 lift on firefighting service
note: if more than one of the above
options should be available then
you must add the appropriate numbers
(e.g. to select 1+4 you must program
5)
11 CPI-JWL1 0 0~8 DAB
12 CPI-JWL2 0 0~8 DAB
13 CPI-JWL3 0 0~8 DAB
14 CPI-JWL4 0 0~8 DAB
15 HPI 0 0~7 BAA
16 HPI-POS 0 0~2 BAA
17 HPI-OPT 0 0~8 BAA
18 HPI-JWL1 0 0~8 DAB
19 HPI-JWL2 0 0~8 DAB
20 HPI-JWL3 0 0~8 DAB
22 HPI-JWL4 0 0~8 DAB
23 GPI 0 0~7 BAA
24 GPI-POS 0 0~2 BAA
25 GPI-OPT 0 0~8 BAA
26 ELD-fOPG 0 0~100
27 ELD-fCLG 0 0~100
28 ELD-rOPG 0 0~100
29 ELD-rCLG 0 0~100
30 ELD-LNG 5 0~27
31 ELD-Sym1 0 0~1
ELD-DOO
32 0 0~1
R
33 ELD-MSG 0 0~1
34 EN-SFR 0 0~3

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1. SYSTEM
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
Light Relay time (IO 0026, PX2:1):
A parking car will switch off the car light
after LR-T. The CPI-11 (ELD)
is also switched off after this time.
0 (1) 255 seconds if LR-MODE=0,1
35 LR-T 20 0~255 0 (1) 255 minutes if LR-MODE=2,3
Note: LR-T is started after the car has
become IDLE. As soon as LRT
has expired the LR output is activated
and the ELD (CPI-11) is switched
to Sleep-Mode.
Fan / Light Relay mode option (IO
0026, PX2:1):
0 LR pulls after LR-T seconds
only when door closed (Light)
1 LR pulls after LR-T seconds
36 LR-MODE 0 0~3
even if door is opened (Fan)
2 LR pulls after LR-T minutes
only when door closed (Light)
3 LR pulls after LR-T minutes
even if door is opened (Fan)
37 CLR-RUN 0 0~1 DAB
38 FAN-TYP 0 0~1 DAC
39 FAN-T 0 1~255 BAA
Enable Hall Lanterns on car calls:
0 Hall lanterns will operate only on hall
calls
1 Hall lanterns will operate on hall and
car calls
2 like 0, but also during door closing
40 EN-HLC 1 0~11 3 like 1, but also during door closing
+4 Advanced Hall Lantern (add 4 to the
above values)
(since BAA)
+8 delayed Hall Lantern (add 8 to the
above values)
(since DAC)
Hall Direction/Lantern Type for
OTIS 2000 Hall Button Box (IOs
41 HDL-TYP 0 0~1 814ff, 846ff):
0 Direction Indicator
1 Hall Lantern
Hall Lantern/Gong Setup:
0 Lantern and Gong at same pins
1 Lantern and Gong at different pins
42 HL-SET 0 0~3 (RS4A)
2 NAO Chime board
3 Compass ICA Lanterns (gong on
different pins)

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1. SYSTEM
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
Correction Fast Run Preferred
Direction:
43 CR-DIR 0 0~1
0 Down
1 Up
44 CR-DO 3 0~3
Define ERO type
0 without limit
45 ERO-TYP 0 0~1 1 car stops at terminal landings
(same as TCI-limit)
Note: for DRV-TYP=1, no ERO-limit.
Type of installed REM
0 REM-5
1 REM-G
2 REM-5 (same as REM-TYP=0)
3 REM-5 for ACG (DW mapped to DO
signal) (since DAB)
4 GW1 or REM-5 with new OOS
reason (since DAB)
5 as 4, but for ACG (since DAB)
6 GW2 connected to SVT SIO via
46 REM-TYP 0 0~8 RS/CAN Converter (since DAD)
7 GW2 connected to
Group/Diagnostics CAN bus (since
DAD)
8 GW2 connected to Car CAN bus
(since DAD)
Note: REM-TYP=2 has been added for
compatibility with similar software
baselines. In this baseline REM-TYP=0
and REM-TYP=2 are the
same.
46 GW-ID 0 1~12 DAF
Select use of CPC outputs:
0 car position contact
The output at a landing is switched on if
the
car is at that landing
(even if the car is moving)
1 car here light
The output at a landing is switched on if
the
47 CPC-TYP 0 0~3
car is at that landing
(only if the car has stopped)
2 french SSM
3 Arrival Hall Lantern (AHL-2)
The output at a landing is switched on if
the
car is at that landing
(only if this landing is the target
landing)
48 DFCR-DEL 0 0~255
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1. SYSTEM
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
Load Weighing Type
0 external via CAN (drive or LWB2 in
the car)
1 external via CAN (drive with dynacell
on the hitch)
2 discrete via RSL inputs in the car
49 LW-TYP 1 0~255 BAA 3 same as external via CAN (hitch) but
ANSL by Load from LWB is
added
(for ACD2, since DAB)
254 permanent OLD active
255 disabled (OLD disabled for code
tests)
Select use of PX2.1 output
0 LR light relay (like I/O 0026)
1 UD trip counter (like I/O 805)
2 ETSD (2-relays) for 4m/s speed
50 PX2.1 1 0~3 BAA
check (IO 567/577) (since DAC)
3 ETSD (1-relay) for 4m/s speed check
(IO 1154)
Only for GECB-EN, not for GECB_II
Select use of PX2:2 output:
0 DFCR output (feature BDC)
1 ET_S3 output for 2-step Reed
51 PX2.2 0 0~1 EAC switch ETSD
(I/Os 1257-1264)
Only for GECB-EN, not for GECB_II

Type of Trip Counter


0 Relay Wearout
Counts all runs including RLV, ERO,
52 TRIC-TYP 0 0~1 DAG TCI
1 Normal Runs
Counts only Normal Runs including
COR
Hoistway Type:
0 normal
53 HWY-TYP 0 0~3 DAB 1 Low Overhead
2 Shallow Pit
3 Low Overhead and Shallow Pit (1+2)
54 DBL-OPT 0 0~3 DAB

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1. SYSTEM
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark

Type of Protection against


Unintended Car Movement
Detection of Unintended Car
Movement
0 disabled
55 UCM-TYP 0 0~3 DAC 1 UCM for Korea
2 UCM for Japan/JIS
3 UCM for EN81 (since EAA)

Note: UCM-TYP=3 requires "UCM-EN


ON/OFF"=1 in the Drive.

Enable UCM
Detection of Uncontrolled Car
56 EN-UCMK 0 0~1 DAC Movement for Korea.
0 disabled
1 enabled
Enable Optimized ARO
0 Abort ARO in LS zone when
position invalid
57 EN-OARO 0 0~1 EAC
1 Permit ARO in LS zone when
position invalid

BAT-CHR
58
G
0 0~1 DAD 2

2. OCSS
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
0 CPR-T 20 0~255
Automatic Return Device Position:
If no further calls are pending, the car
will return to this floor after
1 ARD-P 255 0~255 ARD-T has expired.
0 (1) 99
> 99 Disabled
Note: Simplex only
Set Delay for ARD (Automatic
2 ARD-T 0 0~255 Return Device) mode:
0 (10) 2550 s
3 ARBL-T 0 0~255
4 ARBL-PRK 0 0~1

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2. OCSS
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
Parking Service Position:
The car moves to this landing if PKS is
operated. After opening and
5 PKS-P 0 0~255 closing of the door the car is shut down
with DOB enabled.
0 (1) 99
> 99 Disabled
Parking Shutoff Type:
0 After serving all pending car calls, car
will
return to PKS position and shutdown
after PKS-T seconds
6 PKS-TYP 0 0~2
1 Same as above, but can be switched
to ISC
until car has shutdown at PKS position
2 Like 0, but car will shut down with
door open
Parking Shutoff Time:
Time after which the car is shut down at
7 PKS-T 0 0~255
PKS-P
0 (1) 255 s
PKS default door:
0 Both doors will open at PKS-P
8 PKS-DO 0 0~2
1 Only front door opens
2 Only rear door opens
PKS Option
9 PKS-OPT 0 0~1 DAG 0 Position Indicator stays on
1 Position Indicator is switched off
10 EN-SHB 0 0~1
Enable Extended Calls
0 Disabled
11 EN-EXT 0 0~1 AAB 1 Enabled
Note: only available if
"SEL-COMP>=3" (Ring ICD 4.2)
Time until DCP-mode (delayed car
protection):
When door is kept open longer than
DCP-T, the car will be taken out
of group operation. Hall calls assigned
12 DCP-T 40 25~255
to this car will be redispatched.
If enabled by EN-NDG, the door will
start to nudge.
25 (1) 254 s
255 Disabled (since DAF)
13 CTL-DO 0 0~2
14 CTL-P 255 0~255
15 CTL-TYP 0 0~1 BAA

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2. OCSS
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
ANS (Anti Nuisance Service):
0 Disabled
>0 Number of calls required to cancel
16 ANS 3 0~99
all calls
if car is loaded with ANS load (input:
LWX)
Type of Overload handling
17 OLD-TYP 0 0~1 0 OLD-1 (car calls are deleted)
1 OLD-2 (car calls are remembered)
upper limit for Anti Nuisance ANS:
18 ANS(kg) 100 30~250 BAA 30 (1) 250 kg
Note: Only for LW-TYP = 1 and 3
Lower Limit for PEAK Load:
19 PEAK(%) 50 30~70 BAA 30 (1) 70 %
Note: Only for LW-TYP = 1 and 3
Lower Limit for LNS load
20 LNS(%) 80 50~95 BAA 50 (1) 95 %
Note: Only for LW-TYP = 1 and 3
Lower Limit for OLD load
21 OLD(%) 110 100~110 BAA 100 (1) 110 %
Note: Only for LW-TYP = 1 and 3
ATT (Attendant Service) type:
0 Press DCB or RDCB until the door is
fully closed
22 ATT 0 0~2 1 Press ATTU or ATTD until the door is
fully closed
2 Like 0, but the door may also be
closed without any demand
Independent Service:
0 Start on constant pressure of CCB
1 Start on constant pressure of
DCB/RDCB
23 ISC 0 0~4 2 Start on ISD/ISU
3 as CHCS,
Start on constant pressure of
DCB/RDCB
4 Start on momentary pressure of CCB
24 ISPS-TYP 0 0~1
25 ISC-T 0 0~30
26 SPEECH 0 0~1
27 CPMT-D 0 0~255
28 DCMT-A 0 0~255
29 DOMT-O 0 0~1
30 HANDIC-D 0 0~15 AAB
31 HANDIC-R 1 1~15 AAB
32 GW-VOI-D 0 0~25.5 DAF

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2. OCSS
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
Door Reopen Count:
Number of times the car will reopen the
doors if a hall call is entered
while the door is closing. If that limit is
exceeded, the door will continue
to close and the car starts
33 DOC 10 0~255
0 No limit
1 Disabled
2 (1) 253 Number of allowed door
reopenings
254 HB works as DOB (HB-DOB)
255 No limit
Disable CCs behind moving car:
The entry of car calls into the opposite
34 DS-CCB 0 0~1 direction can be disabled.
0 CCs behind allowed
1 CCs behind not allowed
Disable DOB button:
0 DOB/RDOB always enabled
35 DS-DOB 0 0~3 1 DOB disabled if door closed
2 RDOB disabled if door closed
3 Both disabled if door closed
36 EN-RB 0 0~8
Enable DoorHoldButton for CARGO
2000 (IOs 620,628)
DHB doortime can be canceled by...
0 press DCB or any CCB
37 DHB-TYP 0 0~1 (in this case the DHB-T is a 1-sec-timer
1 press DCB or any CCB, or press
DHB again
(in this case the DHB-T is a
10-sec-timer!)
38 FIX-PRK 0 0~8 BAA
39 FIX-MASK 0 0~255 BAA
40 PARK-1 255 0~255
41 PARK-1 T 255 0~255 BAA
42 PARK-2 255 0~255
43 PARK-2 T 255 0~255 BAA
44 PARK-3 255 0~255
45 PARK-3 T 255 0~255 BAA
46 PARK-4 255 0~255
47 PARK-4 T 255 0~255 BAA
48 PARK-5 255 0~255
49 PARK-5 T 255 0~255 BAA
50 PARK-6 255 0~255
51 PARK-6 T 255 0~255 BAA
52 PARK-7 255 0~255
53 PARK-7 T 255 0~255 BAA
54 PARK-8 255 0~255
55 PARK-8 T 255 0~255 BAA

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2. OCSS
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
56 CBP-POS 255 0~255 BAA
57 CBP-DO 0 0~2 BAA
58 SHO-POS 0 0~255 BAA
59 SHO-PI 0 0~1 BAA
60 SHO/WCO 0 0~1 BAA
Enable Hall Call Cancel by Hall
Button:
0 Disable Hall Call Cancel
61 EN-HCC 0 0~2 DAB 1 Push Hall Button once to cancel an
existing hall call
2 Push Hall Button twice to cancel an
existing hall call
Hall Button DOB Delay
Delay in seconds until a pushed Hall
62 HBDOB-T 10 10~255 DAG Button is detected as "stuck" and
HBDOB function is canceled.
10 (1) 255 seconds
Type of regenerative status display
0 Disabled
1 Direct port control
(Level 3 => turn on RGEN_D3)
2 Decoded level bit control
(Level 3 => turn on RGEN_D1 &
63 RGEN-TYP 0 0~2 EAC D2)

Regenerative status display is used to


display how much energy saving is on
thru regenerative operation. RSL IO
1238(RGEN_D1) ~ 1246(RGEN_D9)
used to display regenerative status.

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2. OCSS
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark

Level count of regenerative status


display
0 Disabled
1-100 level count to be converted from
regen status (0 to 100%)

There was 0 to 100% regenerative


status and regenerative status shall be
graded to value from 0 to level count
and level range means range between
64 RGEN-LVL 0 0~100 EAC
grades.
For example, graded regenerative level
shall be 1 for all regenerative status
when RGEN_LVL = 1. Graded
regenerative level shall be 1 for less
than 50%, 2 for equal or higher than
50% regenerative status when
RGEN_LVL = 2.

Car direction for the last car call


service without hall call
0 Disabled
(The car direction is reversed
when the car arrived in a landing
for the last car call service without
65 CAR-DIR 0 0~1 EAC
hall calls)
1 Enabled
(The car direction is not reversed
when the car arrived in a landing
for the last car call service without
hall calls)

3. GROUP
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
Car identifier in group:
0 GRP-NO 1 1~8
1 (1) 8
Number of cars in group:
1 GROUP 1 1~8
1 (1) 8
Cars parking in Lobby:
0 group parking disabled
2 CNL 1 1~8 1 (1) 8 number of cars parking in lobby
Note: Set CNL=0 to avoid parking at
the lobby

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3. GROUP
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
Minimum Cars available to park CNL
cars in Lobby:
3 CNL-MIN 0 0~8 BAA 0 (1) 8 number of cars which must be
available in the group to enable
CNL.
Delay type for Lobby Park run
4 LOB-D 0 0~1 BAA 0 no delay at all
1 other car in NOR is going to Lobby
Delay for Park run:
5 PRK-T 0 0~255 BAA 0 (0.1) 25.5 seconds delay before
parking
Secured parking:
0 parking always allowed
6 PRK-SEC 0 0~1 BAA
1 do not park on floor where hall calls
are disabled
7 PRK-INT 0 0~255 BAA
8 RSR-RSP 0 0~8

9 HC-PASS 0 0~1

MIT (Moderate Incoming Traffic)


Type
0 MIT disabled
10 MIT-TYP 0 0~2 BAA
1 Traffic Induced
2 Clock induced(Only for external
clock, I/O 733/734)
11 MIT-ST 0 0~255
12 MIT-T 0 0~255
13 MIT-LD 70 0~127 BAA
14 MITminVD 7 7~60 BAA
15 MITmaxVD 30 7~60 BAA
16 MIT-DOOR 0 0~1
17 MIT-NLB 0 0~1
18 DUPK-P 255 0~255
19 DUPK-G 0 0~1
20 MOT-T 0 0~255
21 EN-UCB 0 0~1
22 TFS-P 255 0~255
23 EN-ZBS 0 0~1
24 MIN-ZBS 0 0~8 BAA
25 ELZ-POS 0 0~255 BAA

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3. GROUP
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
Select Compatible Communication
0 MCS120 / 220 / 220M / Gen2 /
Gen2-C
(max. 3-car-group - Ring ICD 3.3)
1 MCS310 with G44 software
(max. 2-car-group - Ring ICD 3.0)
Requires RNG-BAUD=0
2 MCS310 with G57 software
(max. 2-car-group - Ring ICD 3.3)
SEL-COM
26 3 0~3 Requires RNG-BAUD=0
P
3 Gen2-C / Gen2-CX / Gen2-R
(max. 5-car-group - Ring ICD 4.2)
Not compatible to MCS321, MCS411!
GCS222MMR / Compass
(max. 8-car-group - Ring ICD 5.1 or
higher)
Not compatible to MCS321, MCS411!
Note: This parameter takes effect
after next Power-On
RNG-BAU
27 0 0~1
D
28 L-PARK 0 0~1
29 PRKDST 0 0~99
30 EN-GSS 0 0~2
31 MG-DEL 0 0~255
32 DEST-DE 0 0~64 AAB
33 GCB-EN 0 0~8 AAB
34 HBP-POS 255 0~255 AAB
35 HBP-DO 0 0~2 AAB
36 ADF-POS1 255 0~255 BAA
37 ADF-POS2 255 0~255 BAA
38 ADF-POS3 255 0~255 BAA
39 SGO-M1 0 0~128 BAA
40 SGO-M2 0 0~128 BAA
41 SGO-M3 0 0~128 BAA
42 SGO-M4 0 0~128 BAA
43 SGO-M5 0 0~128 BAA
44 SGO-M6 0 0~128 BAA
45 SGO-M7 0 0~128 BAA

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4. DRIVE
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
Drive Type:
0 OVF-WW (Gen2 Controller)
0 DRV-TYP 1 0~1 1 OVF-40xR supporting ABL (GCS
Controller)
(since BAA)
Enable Advanced Door Opening
1 EN-ADO 1 0~1 0 disabled (XADO)
1 enabled (ADO)
2 EN-ABL 0 0~1 BAA
Speed (fast run mode):
0 (0.01) 2.55 m/s
Note:
3 SPEED - 0~255
This parameter is only used for SPB
and SP. It is not relevant for
systems without SPB/SP.
Highest Two Digits of Car Duty
00xx (01xx) 99xx kg
4 DUTY-HI - 0~99 AAB
Example: set DUTY-HI=11 for a duty of
1150 kg
Lowest Two Digits of Car Duty
DUTY-LO xx00 (xx01) xx99 kg
5 - 0~99 AAB
W Example: set DUTY-LOW=50 for a
duty of 1150 kg
Delay for Power-Down
0 Drive is never switched off
6 PDR-D 0 0~42
4 (1) 42 min Delay until the drive
package is powered down.
7 BRK-TYP 0 0~255 BAA
Type of 6LS
0 Hardware 6LS wired in safety
chain
1 No physical 6LS switch. Function
is emulated in software:
8 6LS-TYP 0 0~1 DAH During TCI-Up run, the car will
stop at 2LS

Note: In the drive software, the


parameter "6LS-TYP" must also be set
to "1".

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5. DOOR
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
Type of Doors:
0 FLH
1 9550T & ACG
3 OVL
5 DO2000 (DO-Relay)
6 MCG (DC-relay)
7 MLI & ACG (DC-relay)
8 MLI & TLD/CLD (DC-relay)
9 OVL-PENANG & ACG
10 OVL-PENANG & TLD/CLD
11 G E N E R I C (see parameters
below)
0 DOOR 13 0~15 12 DCSS-5 (LRD active low)
common ST3, LRD low-active, also
GENERIC
13 DCSS-5/AT120 with DOBF
direct DOB, LRD and DOB active low,
also GENERIC
14 Serial Multidrop Doorsystem
15 CAN Door Interface
Note:
DOOR=12 requires that also REAR=12
is selected.
DOOR=11,12,13 enable the GENERIC
parameters below.
1 REAR 13 0~15 Type of Rear Door
Enable DDO (double door
operation):
Select that both front and rear door will
open simultaneously
0 Disabled
2 EN-DDO 0 0~2
1 double door on car call and on hall
call
2 double door on car call, selected door
on
hall call
3 EN-ADM 0 0~2 DAE

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5. DOOR
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark

Door Power Save Mode


When the car is parking, the door motor
torque is removed after 1 minute.
0 no Door Power Save Mode
1 Power Save Mode while door is
fully closed
2 Power Save Mode while door is
4 DOOR-PWR 0 0~3 DAH fully opened
3 Power Save Mode while door is
opened or closed

Note that for option 1+3, the door lock


must stay closed even when the door
motor torque is removed.

5 F:DO-TYP 0 0~11 DAG


6 F:DC-TYP 0 0~11 DAG
7 F:EN-ACG 0 0~1 DAB
8 F:EN-DCL 0 0~2 DAG
9 F:DOL-D 0 0~255 DAG
10 R:DO-TYP 0 0~11 DAG
11 R:DC-TYP 0 0~11 DAG
12 R:EN-ACG 0 0~1 DAB
13 R:EN-DCL 0 0~2 DAG
14 R:DOL-D 0 0~255 DAG
15 CM-TYP 0 0~21 DAG
16 CM-PROT 0 0~255 DAB
17 DO-D 0 0~255 DAG
18 CM-D 0 0~255 DAG
19 CM-OP-D 0 0~255 DAG
20 TRO-TYP 0 0~3 DAG
21 CMR-ES 0 0~1 DAG
22 TCI-TYP 0 0~1 DAG
23 LDR 0 0~1
24 EN-PMO 0 0~1
Enable NDG (nudging):
25 EN-NDG 0 0~1 0 Disabled
1 Enabled
Nudging Time:
26 NDG-T 20 10~255
10 (1) 255 s

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5. DOOR
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
Enable Cancel Doortime with CCB:
0 disabled
1 enable CK (required for EN81-70)
2 enable CBC
3 enable CK and CBC
4 enable CBC for Korea
5 enable CK and CBCK for Korea
(DAE)
27 EN-CK 2 0~5
note:
EN81-70 (feature DISAB) requires
EN-CK=1
CK = cancel doortime with car button
CBC = cancel registered car call with
car button (press twice)
CBCK for Korea = as CBC but also
during run
28 DW-DLY 0 0~20 DAB
29 TLD-DW-D 10 0~20 BAA
30 DO-BEL 0 0~255
Min Doortime Car:
The doortime for calls is automatically
adjusted between MIN-C and
MAX-C. If door time is expired and
31 MIN-C 20 3~255 DOB is still operated, this will increase
the door time by 0.2 s at the next stop,
otherwise door time is
decreased by 0.2 sec.
0.3 (0.1) 25.5 s
Max Doortime Car:
32 MAX-C 40 0~255
0 (0.1) 25.5 s
33 MIN-H 40 3~255
34 MAX-H 60 0~255
Doortime for Extended Car Calls
35 EXT-C 80 0~255 AAB
0 (0.1) 25.5 s
Doortime for Extended Hall Calls
36 EXT-H 30 0~255 AAB
0 (1) 255 s
37 DOR-T 20 20~255
38 RDOR-T 20 20~255
Door Close Protection Time:
If the door cannot fully close within
DTC-T then the door will reopen
and try to close again. After three
39 DTC-T 30 10~255
unsuccessful tries the elevator is
shut down.
10 (1) 254 s DTC-time
255 Disabled

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5. DOOR
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
Door Open Protection Time:
If the door cannot fully open within
DTO-T then the door will close and
tries to open at the next. After three
40 DTO-T 30 10~255
unsuccessful tries the elevator is
shut down
10 (1) 254 s DTO-time
255 Disabled
Lobby Door Time:
This door time is used at LOBBY if it is
41 LOB-NT 40 0~255
longer than MIN-H
0 (0.1) 25.5 s
Cafeteria Door Time:
This door time is used at CFT-P if it is
42 CFT-NT 40 0~255
longer than MIN-H.
0 (0.1) 25.5 s
43 SPB-NT 0 0~255
DHB Doortime:
Defines the doortime when DHB/RDHB
is pressed. The used timer is
either a 1-sec-timer or a 10-sec-timer
depending on the parameter
44 DHB-T 120 0~255
DHB-TYP.
0 (1) 255 s for DHB-TYP=0 (see
2-OCSS)
0 (10) 2550s for DHB-TYP=1 (see
2-OCSS)
45 WCO-T 0 0~255
46 SHO-T 0 0~255
47 SHO-LT 0 0~255
48 DAR-T 60 15~255
49 DXT-T 0 0~255
Type of Door Close Button Handling
0 only while opened:
DCB is only enabled while the door is
fully opened. DCB is ignored while the
door is still moving.
50 DCB-TYP 0 0~2 BAA 1 DCB latched:
DCB is also enabled while the door
is opening. The door will fully open.
2 immediate reverse:
The door will start to close as soon as
the DCB is pressed.
51 EN-CGS 0 0~2 DAC

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5. DOOR
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark

Enable DCB when car stops with


extended calls:
0 DCB/RDCB/WDCB/RWDCB always
disabled when
52 DCB-EXT 0 0~1 EAC
car stops with extended calls
1 DCB/RDCB/WDCB/RWDCB is
enabled when
car stops with extended calls

6. POS.REF
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
DZ coding:
0 DZ = 1LV
1 DZ = 1LV and 2LV
2 POSY operation (if neither RLV nor
ADO)
0 DZ-TYP 1 0~3
to stop: DZ = 1LV and 2LV
after stop: DZ = 1LV or 2LV
3 RPD-P2: Single door zone sensor
with inverted signal
(since DAC)
Enable Releveling
0 Disabled
1 EN-RLV 1 0~1
1 Enabled
Requires Door Bypass
Enable Position Retention Buffer
Board
2 EN-PRBB 0 0~1 BAA
0 Disabled - PRBB not present
1 Enabled - PRBB present
GECB level converter delay for LV
signal
Hardware delay for the rising edge of
LV1/LV2
0 invalid (is automatically set to 10)
3 LV-ON-D 10 1~255 DAH 1-255 delay 0.25 (0.25) 63.75 msec

Setting for GECB-EN: 10


Note: This parameter is automatically
initialized to "10"

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6. POS.REF
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
GECB level converter delay for LV
signal
Hardware delay for the falling edge of
LV1/LV2
0 invalid (is automatically set to 42)
4 LV-OFF-D 42 1~255 DAH 1-255 delay 0.25 (0.25) 63.75 msec

Setting for GECB-EN: 42


Note: This parameter is automatically
initialized to "42"

7. SERVICE
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
Type of Service Panel Board
0 SPBC, SPBC_II, SPBC_III
(e.g. Gen2-C, -CX, -RX, ACD2-MRL)
0 SPB-TYP 0 0~255 BAA 1 SP (Service Panel)
(e.g. GCS222MRL)
255 no SPB installed
(e.g. Gen2-R, ACD, GCS222MMR)
1 Encoder 13 12~15
Maximum speed value of SDI
0.02 (0.01) 0.60 m/s
Speed at which all 8 LEDs of the
Speed/Direction-Indicator are

2 SDI-Max 30 2~60 switched on.


If during manual rescue operation the
measured car speed is higher than
this value, the LEDs are blinking and
the buzzer is turned on.

Direction of Speed and Direction


Indicator
0 machine mounted on left side of
hoistway
3 SDI-Dir 0 0~1 1 machine mounted on right side of
hoistway

Use this parameter to invert the display


of the SDI.

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7. SERVICE
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
4 BRE-Max 1 1~12
Temperature Limit for Service Panel
Board
30 (1) 70 degrees celsius
5 SPB-Temp 69 30~70
HTS is activated if the SPB detects a
temperature which is higher than
SPB-TEMP.

8. EMERG.
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
0 ES-TYP 0 0~1
1 ES-LRCU 0 0~4
EFO (emergency fireman operation)
position:
0 (1) 99
2 EFO-P 0 0~255
> 99 Disabled
note: This parameter is ignored for
EFO-NC=1
EFO Next Commitable Position:
0 move to EFO-P
3 EFO-NC 0 0~1 1 stop at next commitable landing;
parameter
EFO-P is ignored
EFO with Doors Closed:
0 The doors will be kept open at EFO-P
4 EFO-DC 0 0~255
1 (1) 255 s After this time the doors will
close at EFO-P
EFO default door:
0 Both doors will open at EFO position
5 EFO-DO 0 0~2
1 Only front door opens
2 Only rear door opens
6 EFO-OP 0 0~3
7 EFONDG 0 0~1
8 EFO-REV 0 0~2
9 EFO-MP 0 0~4
10 EFO-MP-T 0 0~60
11 EFO-SD 0 0~4
12 EFO-BUZ 0 0~120
13 ASL-P 255 0~255
14 ASL-DO 0 0~2
15 ASL2-P 255 0~255 DAC
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8. EMERG.
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
Type of EFS (Emergency Fireman
Service)
(if EFK (ASL) connected):
0 EFO
Car will go to EFO landing and stays
there
with door open
1 EFS 1 (Automatic)
If car arrives at EFO landing, it will go
automatically into ISC.
2 EFS 2 (Manual)
If car arrives at EFO landing, it can be
16 EFS-TYP 0 0~10
switched to ISC with ISS switch
3 ANSI (SES I / II)
4 British Standard 5533
5 Swiss Standard
6 Australia
Same as EFS 2, but car can be
switched to
ISC with ESK switch only
7 New Zealand
8 EFS 2 (Manual with ESK)
9 New Zealand with DCB
10 GENERIC
17 EFS-DO 0 0~2
18 EFSINI 0 0~16
19 EFS-CALL 0 0~3
20 EFSCLD 0 0~32
21 EFSOPD 0 0~8
22 EFS-EX 0 0~3
23 EFS-RT 0 0~255
24 EFS-RC 0 0~128
25 EF-I-LT 0 0~8
26 EN-BAK 0 0~2
27 HDWPOS 0 0~3
EPO (emergency power operation)
Position:
0 (1) 99 EPO A/C (position)
28 EPO-P 255 0~255 EPO E (hydro: bottom)
= 100 EPO B/D (next floor)
EPO F (hydro: next floor down)
>100 Disabled
29 EPO-DC 0 0~255
30 EPO-DO 0 0~2
31 EPO-PR 0 0~1
Earthquake Operation Version:
0 EQO-6: New Zealand / Australia
32 EQO 0 0~2
1 EQO-7: Mexico
2 EQO-4: PAO (since BAA)
33 Mid Pos 0 0~255 BAA

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8. EMERG.
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
34 EPS-TYP 0 0~255
35 EHS-T 0 10~255
36 VIP-DEPR 0 0~3 DAB
37 VIP-T 10 10~255 DAB
38 EMT-TYP 0 0~255 AAB
39 EMT-T 10 10~255 AAB

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9. SECURITY
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
0 EN-FPD 0 0~1
Enable IST (intermittent stop,
OpMode ACP):
Stop at IST-P if the car passes this
landing.
0 Disabled
1 EN-IST 0 0~7 1 In up direction only
2 In down direction only
3 In both directions
5 In up direction only, if ISTS active
6 In down direction only, if ISTS active
7 In both directions, if ISTS active
Intermittent Stop Position:
2 IST-P 255 0~255 0 (1) 99
>99 Disabled
Enable Car Card Reader Operation:
0 Disabled
1 Single Contact Reader
Use CRC contact and Card-Rd Mask,
C bit = 1: car call always allowed
C bit = 0: car calls only allowed if CRC
operated
2 Multi Contact Reader
Use CRSn contacts and Card-Rd Mask,
C bit = 1: car call always allowed
C bit = 0: car calls only allowed if
corresponding
3 EN-CRO 0 0~7
CRSn contact operated
3 Single and Multi Contact Reader
combination of 1 and 2, so both CRC
and CRSn
can be used at the same time
4 no card reader operation
5 like 1, but ISC will override any CRS
security
6 like 2, but ISC will override any CRS
security
7 like 3, but ISC will override any CRS
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9. SECURITY
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
Enable Hall Call Card Reader
Operation
0 no hall card reader
1 Accept normal hall calls
normal hall calls only if SECn input is
operated,
EHC calls are always allowed
2 Accept EHC calls
EHC calls if SECn input is operated,
normal calls are always allowed
3 Accept all hall calls
4 EN-HCRO 0 0~7 all hall call types only if SECn input is
operated
4 no hall card reader
5 Delete and Disable normal hall calls
if SECn input is operated,
normal hall calls are disabled
6 Delete and Disable EHC calls
if SECn input is operated, EHC calls are
disabled
7 Delete and Disable all hall calls
if SECn input is operated, all hall call
types are disabled
5 EXT-SEC 0 0~3 AAB
6 EMS-SEC 0 0~4
7 GCBTYP 0 0~2
8 RIOT-P 255 0~255
9 RIOT-DO 0 0~2 DAC
10 SACTYP 0 0~7
11 SAC-D1 0 0~6
12 SAC-D2 0 0~6
13 SAC-D3 0 0~6
14 RSC-SEC 0 0~1 DAB

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10. TEST
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
Test position 1(automatic test run):
If TPOS1 unequal TPOS2 and
TDELAY>0, the car will move between
TPOS1 and TPOS2, waiting at both
0 TPOS 1 0 0~255
floors for
TDELAY seconds.
0 (1) 99
> 99 Disabled
Test position 2(automatic test run):
1 TPOS 2 7 0~255 0 (1) 99
> 99 Disabled
Test Delay for automatic test run:
0 (1) 255 seconds/minutes/hours
Note: time base depends on parameter
TDEL-TIM (since DAG)
2 TDELAY 255 0~255
Note: If programmed to a valid address,
the IO 1115 EN-TPOS can be used to
activate or deactivate the TPOS runs
(since DAH)
3 TDEL-TIM 0 0~2 DAG
Type of TPOS Runs
0 Car Calls between TPOS1 and
TPOS2
(i.e. with door opening)
1 Parking runs between TPOS1 and
4 TPOS-TYP 0 0~1 DAH TPOS2
(i.e. without door opening)

Note: If programmed to a valid address,


the IO 1115 EN-TPOS can be used to
activate or deactivate the TPOS runs.

5 DEBUG 0 0~255
6 DEBUG1 0 -
7 DBG-MSG 0 -
DBG-PRN
8 0 -
T
DBG-PRN
9 0 - EAC
2
DBG-POR
10 0 - BAA
T
11 TEST1 0 -
12 TEST2 0 -
13 TEST3 0 -

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10. TEST
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
Enable contract handling:
0 up to 16 openings
1 up to 32 openings
(contract definition of RS addresses
14 EN-CRT 2 0~2
required)
2 up to 100 openings
(contract definition of RS addresses
required)
15 DISP-ALL 0 0~1
MON-RAT
16 1 1~10
E

11. TIME
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
SUMtmMT
0 0 0~12 DAB
H
SUMtmSU
1 0 0~4 DAB
N
WINtmMT
2 0 0~12 DAB
H
WINtmSU
3 0 0~4 DAB
N
4 NNR-SHR 0 0~23 DAB
5 NNR-SMI 0 0~59 DAB
6 NNR-EHR 0 0~23 DAB
7 NNR-EMI 0 0~59 DAB
Time Based Feature Operation 1:
0 not used
14 ACP (Anti Crime Protection)
15 PKS (Park and Shutdown)
8 TFA1-OP 0 0~20 DAB 16 SHO (Shabat)
17 CCO (Cut Car Call Operation)
18 HCO (Cut Hall Call Operation)
Note: Requires that the date/time is set
in SVT menu M-1-3-8

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11. TIME
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
Type of Time Based Feature Activation
1:
0 not used
1 Time Based
9 TFA1-TYP 0 0~3 DAB
2 Week Based
3 Time and Week
Note: Requires that the date/time is set
in SVT menu M-1-3-8
Start Hour of TBFA1:
0-23 Hour at which the feature defined
10 TFA1-SHR 0 0~23 DAB by TFA1-OP will start
Note: Requires that the date/time is set
in SVT menu M-1-3-8
Start Minute of TBFA1:
0-59 Minute at which the feature
11 TFA1-SMI 0 0~59 DAB defined by TFA1-OP will start
Note: Requires that the date/time is set
in SVT menu M-1-3-8
End Hour of TBFA1:
0-23 Hour at which the feature defined
12 TFA1-EHR 0 0~23 DAB by TFA1-OP will end.
Note: Requires that the date/time is set
in SVT menu M-1-3-8
End Minute of TBFA1:
0-59 Minute at which the feature
13 TFA1-EMI 0 0~59 DAB defined by TFA1-OP will end.
Note: Requires that the date/time is set
in SVT menu M-1-3-8
Weekday of TBFA1:
Weekday at which the feature defined
by TFA1-OP will be activated.
1 Sunday
2 Monday
4 Tuesday
8 Wednesday
16 Thursday
14 TFA1-WEK 0 0~64 DAB 32 Friday
64 Saturday
Note: If the feature should be activated
at more than one day, add the
corresponding
values (e.g. Saturday+Sunday = 65,
Monday to Friday = 62)
Note: Requires that the date/time is set
in SVT menu M-1-3-8
15 TFA2-OP 0 0~20 DAB
16 TFA2-TYP 0 0~3 DAB
17 TFA2-SHR 0 0~23 DAB
18 TFA2-SMI 0 0~59 DAB
19 TFA2-EHR 0 0~23 DAB

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11. TIME
No Symbol Default Range S/W Remark
20 TFA2-EMI 0 0~59 DAB
21 TFA2-WEK 0 0~64 DAB
22 TFA3-OP 0 0~20 DAB
23 TFA3-TYP 0 0~3 DAB
24 TFA3-SHR 0 0~23 DAB
25 TFA3-SMI 0 0~59 DAB
26 TFA3-EHR 0 0~23 DAB
27 TFA3-EMI 0 0~59 DAB
28 TFA3-WEK 0 0~64 DAB
29 TFA4-OP 0 0~20 DAB
30 TFA4-TYP 0 0~3 DAB
31 TFA4-SHR 0 0~23 DAB
32 TFA4-SMI 0 0~59 DAB
33 TFA4-EHR 0 0~23 DAB
34 TFA4-EMI 0 0~59 DAB
35 TFA4-WEK 0 0~64 DAB

GDCB Key Events description

Event
Abbrev-iation Description
Response
The event is logged for information only and no action is
INFO I
taken by the drive.
The event is logged for warning only and limited or no
WARN W
action is taken by the drive.
The event is logged, the run is allowed to complete, and the
drive enters the 错误!未找到引用源。 state. The drive
sets the Stop-an-Shutdown (SAS) flag until the fault
COMP C condition clears.
In CAN mode, the drive will NOT attempt another run until
the fault condition clears.
In MCSS mode, the drive will attempt another run if
requested by the controller, except for thermal faults.

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This response is applicable only for CAN–type controllers


during normal runs.
The event is logged and the target is changed to the next
committable.
PRS+LS signals are ignored for position corrections.
The drive sets the stop and shutdown (SAS) flag until the
fault condition clears.
The run to the next committable will continue only if the fault
NEXT-CO is determined to be triggered by a failure of the GECB, a
MMITTABL NC failure ―both LS active‖ or a failure of the CAN
E communications. This is determined by checking if a
follow-up event event ―511 1LS & 2LS !‖ was also logged
or the CAN message ―DrHwySignals‖ has timed out (=event
―错误!未找到引用源。‖). Otherwise, the fault response
will transition to a timed decel (DECEL).
When the run ends, the drive passes through SHUTDOWN
and position is invalidated.
During other run modes than NORMAL, the fault reaction is
an immediate timed deceleration (DECEL).
This response is applicable only for CAN–type controllers.
The event is logged, the run is terminated with a timed
decel, and the drive enters the 错误!未找到引用源。
state. The deceleration rate is 105% of contract
deceleration rate with a minimum of 0.5 m/sec^2.
DECEL D The drive remains in the 错误! 未找到引用源。state until
the fault condition clears. The drive will NOT attempt
another run until the fault condition clears.
For momentary faults, the fault is automatically cleared
after the sheave has stopped, subject to a minimum 250
ms.
The event is logged and the run is immediately terminated
by the drive.
In CAN mode, The drive enters the 错误!未找到引用源。
state for certain faults. It remains in this state until the fault
clears, the sheave has stopped, and a minimum of 100ms.
Some faults will set the Stop-an-Shutdown (SAS) flag. The
drive will NOT attempt another run until the fault condition
clears.
ESTOP E In MCSS mode, the drive will attempt another run if
requested by the controller.
When the estop was caused by a command to stop or by
the safety chain opening, the drive enters 错误!未找到引
用源。 state.
In either case, if the fault was not a converter-related fault,
the converter will remain active until the sheave has
stopped.

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The event is logged, the run is immediately terminated by


the drive, and the drive enters the 错误!未找到引用源。
SERVICE S state. The drive sets the Stop-an-Shutdown (SAS) flag.
The drive is blocked from further runs. A power on reset
(POR) is required for the drive to recover from this condition
or must be reset through the service tool menu 2-4.
This response is applicable only for CAN–type controllers.
The event is logged, the run or brake lift is aborted using a
ENDRUN ER normal deceleration profile (jerk-in/out), and the drive does
not enter the 错误!未找到引用源。 state.
This response is applicable only for CAN–type controllers.
The event is logged, the run or brake lift is aborted using a
normal deceleration profile (jerk-in/out), and the drive
enters the 错误!未找到引用源。 state.
ENDRUN
ERS The drive remains in the 错误! 未找到引用源。state until
+ SHD the fault condition clears. The drive will NOT attempt
another run until the fault condition clears.
For momentary faults, the fault is automatically cleared
after the sheave has stopped and a minimum of 250 ms
time.

SVT Display Description


100 Inv SW Oct E4 The magnitude of the inverter current exceeded an allowed threshold.

Possible Causes & Solutions


Incorrect motor phasing  change parameter Motor Phase 0/1.
Shorted motor phase  check motor wiring continuity.
The fault threshold can be temporarily adjusted by the parameter
Inv I Limit %.
Applicable when Interface Type = 0 or 1:
OCT(A) = Drive I fullscale * Inv I Limit %* 0.9 * 1.05
(Drive I fullscale: 402 80A 404110A)
Applicable when Interface Type = 2 or 3:
OCT(A) = Drive I fullscale * Inv I Limit %* 0.9 * 1.25
101 Inv I Imbal E4 The sum of the three motor currents exceeded 10% full-scale current.

Possible Causes & Solutions


Ground fault  check there are no motor phases shorted to ground.
Signal noise  check that wiring guidelines are followed.
107 Inv Gate Flt E4 NOT applicable when Drive Type is 25A.
An inverter IGBT gate supply voltage fault was detected.

Possible Causes & Solutions


Defective or shorted gate power supply  change drive package (if occurs
permanently).

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108 Inv HW Oct E4 NOT applicable when Drive Type is 25A.


For 60A V.2 - drives:
The power section has detected a fault and set the discrete input
(ERR1/INV_FLT: P1-12 ) to the GDCB. Because this input is shared by
both HW Overcurrent and HW Overvoltage errors, the measured DC bus
voltage is used to distinguish between them:
- DC bus voltage is below a specified threshold
--> this fault was declared.
- DC bus voltage is above a specified threshold
--> 116 Inv HW Ovt would have been declared.

For all other drives except the 25A drive:


The inverter current exceeded a preset level, detected via hardware,
(ERR1/INV_FLT: P1-12 ) to the GDCB.

Possible Causes & Solutions


Incorrect motor phasing  change parameter Motor Phase 0/1.
Shorted motor phase  check motor wiring continuity.
109 Overload E4 An overload condition has been detected. The drive exceeded the
maximum time allowed operating at the rated current of the motor.

Possible Causes & Solutions


Excessive friction in system  check for dragging brake or hoistway
interference.
The drive is undersized for the installed duty  confirm system inertia.
The fault threshold can be adjusted by the parameters: Overload sec,
Rated mtr i Arms, and Rated Acc I PU, but should not be increased by
more than 10%.
110 Drive Limit W The drive is operating at its rated current limit.
111 No Id fdbk E4 An error has been detected with the current feedback of the inverter during
112 No Iq fdbk magnetization of the motor at the beginning of the run.

Possible Causes & Solutions


Open motor phase  check motor wiring continuity.
Bad current sensor  return unit for service.
See parameters Vd out thresh PU and Vq out thresh PU.
113 Inv IPM Flt E4 Applicable only when Drive Type is 25A.
Inicates a fault has been detected from the inverter Intelligent Power
Module (IPM).

Possible Causes & Solutions


Defective or shorted gate power supply  change drive package (if occurs
permanently).
Incorrect motor phasing  change parameter Motor Phase 0/1.
Shorted motor phase  check motor wiring continuity.

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116 Inv HW Ovt E4 Applicable only for 60A V.2 drives.


The power section has detected a fault and set the discrete input
(ERR1/INV_FLT: P1-12 ) to the GDCB. Because this input is shared by
both HW Overcurrent and HW Overvoltage errors, the measured DC bus
voltage is used to distinguish between them:
- DC bus voltage is above a specified threshold
--> this fault was declared.
- DC bus voltage is below a specified threshold
--> 108 Inv HW Oct would have been declared.

SVT Display Description


200 Cnv SW Oct E4 The magnitude of the converter current exceeded an allowed threshold.

Possible Causes & Solutions


Defective hardware  change drive package (if occurs permanently).
The fault threshold can be temporarily adjusted by the parameter
Cnv I Limit %.
Applicable when Interface Type = 0 or 1:
OCT(A) = Drive I fullscale * Cnv I Limit %* 0.9 * 1.05
(Drive I fullscale: 402 80A 404110A)
Applicable when Interface Type = 2 or 3:
OCT(A) = Drive I fullscale * Cnv I Limit %* 0.9 * 1.25
Check parameter ―Fld Wkn BW Hz‖ setting, generally set to 2.5 Hz.
205 Cnv Gate Flt E4 NOT applicable when Drive Type is 25A.
An inverter IGBT gate supply voltage fault was detected.

Possible Causes & Solutions


Defective or shorted gate power supply  change drive package (if
occurs permanently).
206 Cnv HW Oct E4 NOT applicable when Drive Type is 25A.
The converter current exceeded a preset level, detected via hardware.

Possible Causes & Solutions


Defective hardware  change drive package (if occurs permanently).
207 Cnv Gnd Flt S Applicable only when Drive Type is 60A.
A ground fault was detected on the converter.

Possible Causes & Solutions


Ground fault  disconnect drive from utility power and check that there
are no phases shorted to ground.
208 Bus Cap Fail S The estimated power loss in the drive exceeded a limit. This indicates
that excessive power is being dissipated in the drive and is a strong
indication that a DC link capacitor has failed. The threshold for this fault
is set bt the SVT parameters Ploss Thr pre %, Ploss Thr idle %, and
Ploss Thr run %
Set above threshold parameters need Cnv Custom 0/1 set to 1 in
M-2-3-2.
Ploss Thr pre % =7 if 208 Bus Cap Fail during precharging.
Ploss Thr idle % =7 if 208 Bus Cap Fail during idle.
Ploss Thr run % =30 if 208 Bus Cap Fail during running.

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209 DC Link OCT S Applicable only when Drive Type is 40A.


Indicates excessive DC link current.

Possible Causes & Solutions


Shorted motor phase  check motor wiring continuity.
Ground fault  disconnect drive from utility power and check that there
are no phases shorted to ground.
210 Cnv IPM Flt E4 Applicable only when Drive Type is 25A.
Inicates a fault has been detected from the converter Intelligent Power
Module (IPM).

Possible Causes & Solutions


Defective or shorted gate power supply  change drive package (if
occurs permanently).
Defective IPM hardware  change drive package (if occurs
permanently).
Ground fault  disconnect drive from utility power and check that there
are no phases shorted to ground.
212 Cnv Vmag Flt E Generally, this fault occurs when power is removed from the drive AC
input during a regenerative run. This fault may also occur in concert
with certain loss of safety chain events, but this should not be a concern
(loss of safety chain causes an estop anyways). This fault
management is designed to protect other in-ciruit controller components
when the AC line is lost during a regenerative run.

If this fault occurs in such a way that interrupts normal elevator


operation, then this condition should be reported, and the fault
management can be disabled by increasing the Cnv Vmag Thrs PU
parameter.

This fault management is active only when the drive is regenerating and
only when the nominal AC line voltage parameter AC Main Vrms is
set <= 400. This fault management is not active when Low Volt Op 0/1
is set to 1.
Check the parameter ―Cnv Vmag Thrs PU‖ setting, the default is 1.2.

SVT Display Description


300 DC Bus Over E3 The DC bus voltage was greater than 108% of the nominal bus voltage
of 750 VDC.
Check parameter ―Fld Wkn BW Hz‖ setting, generally set to 2.5 Hz.
301 DC Bus Under E6 The DC bus voltage exceeded a limit. The limits are:
For 415 < Vac <= 480, limit = 70% of nominal (750).
For 380 <= Vac <= 415, limit = 309 Vdc.
For Vac < 380, limit = 70% of nominal (750).
The nominal ac voltage is determined by the EEPROM parameter: AC
Main Vrms.

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302 VAC Over C The AC line voltage exceeded a limit. The limits are:
For 415 < Vac <= 480, limit = 112% of nominal.
For 380 <= Vac <= 415, limit = 477 Vrms.
For Vac < 380, limit = 115% of nominal.
The nominal voltage is determined by the EEPROM parameter: AC Main
Vrms.
303 VAC Under C The AC line voltage exceeded a limit. The limits are:
For 415 < Vac <= 480, limit = 85% of nominal.
For 380 <= Vac <= 415, limit = 323 Vrms.
For Vac < 380, limit = 85% of nominal.
The nominal voltage is determined by the EEPROM parameter: AC Main
Vrms.
304 VAC Imbal C The AC line input voltages differ from each other by more than 10%.
305 PLL Unlock E The phase lock loop on the AC input voltage has unlocked. This is
likely to occur when you try to run with a damaged IGBT.
This fault sets the SAS flag.
306 Single Phase S This fault is declared when the drive is set to single-phase mode, and
the T phase is connected to a live input. The power during
single-phase operation should be connected to R and S phases only
and the T-phase should be left open. See EEPROM parameter: Single
Phase 0/1
307 PLL Freq Rng E This fault is declared when the drive ac line frequency estimate is
outside of a frequency band specified by the parameter PLL freq band
Hz for a amount of time specified by the parameter PLL freq time ms,
while there is no PLL unlock fault. This fault is logged whenever the AC
line is disconnected. Repeated logging may be an indication of a
problem with the AC line.

SVT Display Description


400 Brake S1 SAS C4 The indicated brake switch is in the wrong state. This is checked both
401 Brake S2 SAS when the drive is in the Idle state and when the drive is running.
These faults result in complete the run fault response and set the SAS
flag.

Note: this event is also applicable when Brk Switch 0 - 4 is set to 0 or 4


where constant states are required on BS1 and BS2 inputs.

Possible Causes & Solutions


Incorrect parameter value  verify correct value of Brk Switch 0 - .
Incorrect brake switch wiring  check brake switch wiring.
Brake not lifting  check brake wiring & brake power supply.
Insufficient time allowed  see parameters Brk Pick Time ms and Brk
Setl Time ms.
402 Brake Status E4 Applicable only when Internal Brk 0/1 is set to 0.
The brake status feedback from the brake module is not in the correct
state.

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403 Brake BY E4 Applicable only when Internal Brk 0/1 is set to 0.


One or both of the normally-closed BY contacts are not in the correct
state. The BY relays should be energized when PTR is active, before
the lift brake command is initiated.

Possible Causes & Solutions


Incorrect wiring to brake module  check brake module wiring.
Incorrect brake power supply  check brake power supply & wiring.
Adjust SVT parameter: SX Pick Time ms

SVT Display Description


500 Overspeed E4 The motor speed has exceeded a speed threshold. The speed
threshold is determined by the operating mode of the drive:
MCSS mode: adjustable perecentage of Duty Speed mm/s
Manual Mode: adjustable percentage of Man Speed mm/s
CAN Normal: 110% of Duty Speed mm/s
CAN Relevel: fixed percentage of max relevel = 20 mm/sec
CAN Learn: fixed percentage of max learn = 500 mm/sec
CAN ERO/TCI: fixed percentage of Insp Speed mm/s
CAN Rescue: fixed percentage of max rescue = 300 mm/sec
For MCSS and manual modes, the percentage is adjusted by SVT
parameters: MCSS Overspeed % and MAN Overspeed %.
501 Pos Tracking E4 The position tracking error exceeded a threshold and indicates that
the position feedback was not tracking the position reference from the
profile generator. This fault is checked only when the drive uses its
internal profile generator. See EEPROM parameter: Pos Err Lim mm
502 Vel Tracking E4 The velocity tracking error exceeded a threshold. The velocity
feedback was not tracking the velocity reference.

Possible Causes & Solutions


Incorrect motor phasing  change parameter Motor Phase 0/1.
Wrong encoder feedback  check encoder wiring and attachment.
Incorrect parameter value  verify correct value of Inertia kg-m2.
Excessive start jerk / improper pre-torque  verify load weigh device;
if no load weigh device present (as during inspection), try increasing
parameter Start Gain Ot PU. See section 4.11 for further instruction.
Brake not lifting  check brake wiring & brake power supply.
Hoistway obstructed  check for obstruction (e.g. car or
counterweight on buffer).
The fault threshold can be adjusted by parameter Track Error mm/s.
When Manual Mode is active, this fault threshold is automatically
increased by a factor of 3.
503 LRT Motion E4 This fault indicates motion was detected while performing the Locked
Rotor Test. The Locked Rotor Test is performed at the beginning of
the first run after a power-up to determine the position of the magnets
when using a PM motor. The threshold for the fault is specified by
the parameter LRT mot err eDeg. If the fault occurs, the brake may not
be set properly.

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504 Enc Pos Err W This fault indicates that the drive has lost track of the magnet position
when using a PM motor. This fault is necessary to prevent a loss of
torque production. This fault may be caused by the encoder physically
slipping with respect to the motor, or by a bad magnet position
calculation during the locked rotor test (LRT).

This fault is detected by comparing the magnet position, derived from


the encoder and the result of the LRT, to the estimated magnet
position based on the back-EMF of the motor. Since the estimator is
back-EMF based, the fault detection is enabled only when the motor
operates above 30% of the rated motor speed. The default threshold
for the fault is 20 electrical degrees. Another locked rotor test will be
performed at the beginning of the next run to automatically
re-determine the magnet position.

Check if the encoder is not firmly attached to rotor.


See EEPROM parameter: Mag err thr eDeg
See EEPROM parameter: Rated Motor rpm
See display parameter: Mag Pos Err eDeg
505 SPARE D Not used.
506 Stopping Err W A time-out occurred because the stopping criteria at the end of the run
were not satisfied. See EEPROM parameters: Pos Stop Tol mm and
Vel Stop mm/sec
507 Pos at 1LS NC Applicable only for Interface Type 1.
Unexpected position at 1LS. The 1LS transition occurred at a position
outside the expected range for 1LS, or the 1LS signal state is not
consistent with hoistway position. Applicable only when landing table
is valid and position is valid.
508 Pos at 2LS NC Applicable only for Interface Type 1.
Unexpected position at 2LS. The 2LS transition occurred at a position
outside the expected range for 2LS, or the 2LS signal state is not
consistent with hoistway position. Applicable only when landing table
is valid and position is valid.
509 Floor at 1LS NC Applicable only for Interface Type 1.
Unexpected floor at 1LS. The 1LS transition occurred at a floor that is
different from the expected floor. Applicable only when landing table is
valid and limit switch signals are valid.
510 Floor at 2LS NC Applicable only for Interface Type 1.
Unexpected floor at 2LS. The 2LS transition occurred at a floor that is
different from the expected floor. Applicable only when landing table is
valid and limit switch signals are valid.

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511 1LS & 2LS ! NC Applicable only for Interface Type 1.


Both LS signals are valid and active simultaneously.

This fault is used to decide if the NEXT COMMITTABLE fault


response shall continue. If this fault is not detected with a certain time,
or the fault ―906 No LS Msg‖ is not detected within a certain time, then
the fault response is changed from NEXT COMMITTABLE to TIMED
DECEL.

If this fault persists at the end of a run, the drive will transition to (state,
substate) = (IDLE AVAILABLE, RescueOnly). When the drive is in this
substate, only commands for Rescue, ERO, ARO and MRO runs are
accepted and LS are subsequently ignored.
512 Missing Vane NC3 Applicable only for Interface Type 1.
Expected vane is missing. Logged only when outside a vane and an
expected transition onto a vane has not occurred. Not checked in
Inspection or Correction runs.
513 No PRS Trans NC3 Applicable only for Interface Type 1.
Expected transition is missing. Logged only when on a vane and an
expected transition has not occurred. Not checked in Inspection or
Correction runs.
514 Enc <> Vane NC3 Applicable only for Interface Type 1.
An unexpected vane transition occurred. Possible causes could be:

1. Incorrect Car Dir 0/1 setting.


2. Wrong Vane Sensor Type parameter setting.
3. PRS sensor signal wiring mistake.
4. PRS is having false transitions.
5. Encoder is not firmly attached to rotor.
6. Magnet has moved since it was learned during the learn run.
7. Belts are slipping or creeping over the drive sheave excessively.
8. Belts are stretching excessvely.
515 NTSD failed W Applicable only for Interface Type 1.
During a normal run, the normal stopping profile did not decelerate the
car in time to meet the target. The timed-decel is two-phased,
containing a creep region. Only triggered at the terminal landings. The
condition for triggering the fault is that the normal profile overshoots
the target compared to a linear ramp-down of the speed at 110% of
normal decel rate. Only triggered above a certain speed (presently 0.1
m/s).
516 Corr failed D Applicable only for Interface Type 1.
A correction run missed the target. This fault is triggered when a
correction run terminates outside of the limit switches or outside a
vane, or at a different landing other than the terminal landing. The fault
is logged after the car has stopped.
Note: There is a minor bug with the SVT display for this fault. The
fault response in the SVT is shown as ESTOP, when it is actually
DECEL.

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517 DDP Error E1 Applicable only for Interface Type 1.


Delayed Drive Protection (DDP) fault. The time between vanes has
exceeded a specified value. It is not checked during ERO or TCI runs.
The fault is cleared only by a power cycle or software reset of the
drive. The time is specified by the EEPROM parameter: DDP
sec. This fault sets the SAS flag.
520 Rllbck Start W Applicable only for Interface Type 1.
Rollback of more than 5.0 mm at beginning of run
521 Rllbck Stop W Applicable only for Interface Type 1.
Rollback (reverse to direction of run) or overshoot (in direction of run)
of more than 5.0 mm at ending of run
528 Profile Err W The profile chosen is not compatible with the system environment:
The LS1 or LS2 lengths (learned during learn run) are too short for the
drive to be able to stop within. This can be caused by too large speeds
in the profile setting or too small deceleration entered. The other
possibility would be a really short LS magnet. Cause A can be
identified in the vane monitor M-1-7 by comparing measured LS to
minimum required.
The Nom Speed is set too high for the LS signal latency reported by
the ICD of the GECB/TCBC (e.g. Nom Speed > 1.8m/s with TCBC).
This setting could lead to CORR runs not reaching the target vane.
529 No enc fdbck E4 This fault indicates that the motor started moving without an encoder.
This fault is triggered when the motor voltage exceeds a certain
threshold defined by No Enc VThrs PU while the encoder speed
feedback is below 1mm/s. Check the integrity of the encoder. Also,
check motor parameters.
Check if the ―Motor Phase 0/1‖ is properly set.
530 No enc tmout E4 This fault indicates that the drive started commanding velocity profile
and the motor speed feedback did not exceed 1mm/s for the time
duration defined by the parameter No enc flt t sec (default value of the
parameter is 0.4 secs). This fault detection is not active in Manual
Mode.

Possible Causes & Solutions


No encoder feedback signal  check encoder wiring and mechanical
attachment to the sheave.
Incorrect parameter value  verify correct value of Inertia kg-m2,
Man Acc mm/s2, Accel mm/s2, or any of the acceleration
parameters in the (L)MCSS if operating in 422 mode.
Excessive start jerk / improper pre-torque  verify load weigh device;
if no load weigh device present (as during inspection), try increasing
parameter Start Gain Ot PU. See section 4.11 for further instruction.
Brake not lifting  check brake wiring & brake power supply.
Hoistway obstructed  check for obstruction (e.g. car or
counterweight on buffer).
The fault threshold can be adjusted by parameter No enc flt t sec
531 PRS Sigs 1LS NC Applicable only for Interface Type 1.
The transition into 1LS occurred with PRS signals that are not
expected near the learned LS transition point. Applicable only when
landing table is valid and limit switch signals are valid.

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532 PRS Sigs 2LS NC Applicable only for Interface Type 1.


The transition into 2LS occurred with PRS signals that are not
expected near the learned LS transition point. Applicable only when
landing table is valid and limit switch signals are valid.
533 ARO Overspd E Applicable only when Interface Type = 2 or 3.
Applicable only when ―ARO Type‖ = 2 (Interruptable ARO).
This fault is declared when the motor speed has exceeded a speed
threshold set by the parameter ARO Overspeed % as a percentage
of ARO Speed mm/s. This fault is disabled with ARO
Overspeed % =0. If this fault is logged, the run is immediately
terminated by the drive.
537 No EndRunCmd ERS Applicable only for Interface Type 1.
While waiting for a DriveCommand EndRun in substate ―STOPPED‖
the drive did not receive this command and timed out after 3s..
538 Abort:EndRun ER Applicable only for Interface Type 1.
The run has been terminated with normally profiled deceleration by an
OPB command (DriveCommand EndRun)..
542 Decel Req Fl D Applicable to Interface Type = 3 only.
A fault occurred and a timed decel is required, so a falsg is sent to the
controller to request a timed-decel

SVT Display Description


700 Safety Chain E/ The safety chain is not present. The opening of the safety chain will
W cause SX relays to drop, causing the drive to de-energized the motor
and brake, thus causing an ESTOP.
For 422 system, the response is ESTOP
For CAN system, the response is LOG ONLY
Note: Due to switch timing variation, this event can be logged
sporadically when switching from NORMAL to ERO/TCI (no problem in
unit)
705 E2 Invalid E The data in the EEPROM is set to values incompatible with the current
SCN or new EEPROM parameters have not yet been set. The invalid
or blank values must be corrected. Pressing SHIFT_ENTER tells which
parameter is invalid and what menu it is located.
710 UIB DIB Err E Applicable only for Interface Type 1.
The UIB and DIB inputs were not consistent with the run command
from TCBC-type controller. This fault sets the SAS flag.
713 Block by xxx S The drive has been blocked from further runs. This occurs after certain
critical faults have been detected, indicated by ―S‖ in this table, or when
certain faults have exceeded an allowed number of occurrences,
indicated in this table by the number that follows the fault response
category. The blockage must be cleared following the guidelines in
Section 6.2.3.
This fault sets the SAS flag.

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716 Illegal Cmd W Applicable only for Interface Type 1 with systems using GECB
where CarController ICD >= 10, see ―CAN ICD type‖ in M-1-8
ENGINEERING.
An unexpected command has been received in a state where it could
not be executed. It was ignored. Note it is possible that a GECB
command coincides with a state change in the drive making execution
of that command impossible. In such a case, this warning does not
indicate a problem with the system.
723 UCM in Run C Applicable only for 错误!未找到引用源。 1 and 错误!未找到引
用源。 = 1.
Indicates that the car has run out of the door zone with open doors!
Note: This fault triggers a blockage which may only be cleared by
authorized personnel after appropriate investigation of the UCM fault
causing the blockage. It cannot be cleared by a power cycle, it can be
cleared by an ERO run or by SVT.
724 UCM in Slide C Applicable only for 错误!未找到引用源。 1 and 错误!未找到引
用源。 = 1.
Indicates that the car has slid out of the door zone with open doors after
an ESTOP has aborted a run inside the DZ.
Note: This fault triggers a blockage which may only be cleared by
authorized personnel after appropriate investigation of the UCM fault
causing the blockage. It cannot be cleared by a power cycle, it can be
cleared by an ERO run or by SVT.
725 UCM BrkBlock C Applicable only for 错误!未找到引用源。 1 and 错误!未找到引
用源。 = 1.
Indicates that the UCM-EN brake monitoring has detected a fault
potentially compromising the ability of the brake to hold the car.
Note: This fault triggers a blockage which may only be cleared by
authorized personnel after appropriate investigation of the brake fault
causing the blockage. It cannot be cleared by a power cycle, it can be
cleared by an ERO run or by SVT.
726 Tmout SfcMsg C Applicable only for 错误!未找到引用源。 1 and 错误!未找到引
用源。 = 1.
Indicates a timeout of the communication of the SafetyChainSignals
(used by UCM-EN) from the GECB. No further run will be started until
the communication is re-established.

SVT Display Description


902 CAN Err W Applicable only for Interface Type 1.
CAN communication error detected.
904 LWSS Timeout W Applicable only for Interface Type 1 and Load Weigh Type is set to 1 or
2. The drive has not received a loadweigh message within a certain
time. The fault is cleared when a valid LW message is received.

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905 LWSS Bad Val W Applicable only for Interface Type 1 and Load Weigh Type is set to 1 or
2. The drive received an erroneous value in the loadweigh message.
Load Weigh Type = 1 :
The drive received the full scale value for load percent from the LWB2.
The load percent value can be checked in the SVT menu of the LWB2.
Load Weigh Type = 2 :
The drive received the full scale value for the hitch load measured in kg
from the Hitch LW device. The value can be checked in the menu
Monitor-Motion, it is the first value in the display ― HitchLW: Empty: ―
The fault is cleared when a valid LW message is received.

GECB Key Events Description

Blink Message Discription Solution


Time Not Set Time of GECB not set Enter“M1-1-8 Time” ,format:
D:M:Y H:M
DLM Door lock bridged when 1. After the correction run to bottom
the door opening floor, the car will back to the floor
where the fault happened, and try to
reopen the door.
2. Redo DCS.

I Info
W Warning
F Fault

event class reason related setup


total runs total number of runs since last power on -
minutes on minutes since last power on -

Operating System
0000 Task W Dummy task has not been called within -
Timing timeout. Software has been restarted.
0001 S/W Reset W watchdog circuit on GECB was triggered. -
Software has been restarted.
0002 Illegal Int W illegal interupt was executed -
0003 CanTxFull W CAN messages cannot be sent -
0004 CanBusOff W CAN communication has been restarted -
0006 F Stack Violation was detected. Software has -
StackCheck been restarted.
0007 SCN Error F Wrong Software. -
 order a new software with correct
partnumber.

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event class reason related setup


0008 TimerSync F Internal software timers have not been -
updated correctly. Software has been
restarted.
0009 Task Fail F Application software doesn't run properly. -
Software has been restarted.
0010 F No CAN connection to the drive -
McbCommErr
0011 W No CAN connection to the SPB -
SpbCommErr
0012 Power On I Board has been powered on. -
0013 Event Fail W -
0014 I Short Failure of PowerSupply. -
PowerOffOn
0016 S/W W Reset with unknown reason -
Restart
0017 Trace F bad value in the eventTraceControl buffer -
Error
0019 F lv1 and lv2 edge was missed -
MissedLvInt

Operational Control Sub System


0100 OpMode F OCSS is not available due to drive fault (e.g. -
NAV drive-fault (NR). This mode is also active after
INS before the COR starts
0101 EPO W The car is not able to run during EPO (e.g. NU (017)
shutd. because it is switched to ERO); the next car is NUSD (018)
allowed to recover. NUSG (019)
0102 OpMode W door was not able to close (missing DCL, DFC DCL (694)
DTC or DW) within timeout RDCL (695)
DOOR, REAR
DTC-T
0103 OpMode F door was not able to open (missing DOL) DOL (000)
DTO within timeout RDOL (544)
DOOR, REAR
DTO-T
0104 OpMode W car was not able to answer a call within timeout DCP-T
DCP (e.g. door was held open manually)
0106 PDS active I partition door switch is opened PDD (784)
0107 DS bypass F Malfunction of Disable Door Switch Relays DDSRC (970)
(DDSR) for Generic Firemen Service.
0108 EEC F Malfunction of Disable Emergency Exit DEMERC
bypass Contact Relay (DEMERC) for Generic Firemen (971)
Service.
0109 Stuck DCB F Door Close Button contact permanent active DCB (003)

0110 Stuck F Rear Door Close Button contact permanent RDCB (547)
RDCB active

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event class reason related setup

Motion Control Sub System


0201 I A correction run was performed (e.g. after INS, -
Correct.Run NAV)
0202 /ES in FR W ES-input was activated during Fast Run -
0203 /ES in SR W ES-input was activated during Slow Run -
0204 TCI/ERO I TCI or ERO has been switched on ERO-TYP
on
0205 SE-Fault F The car cannot start due to missing SE-signal -
 Check the door bypass
0210 /DZ in NST F DZ-signal was lost or not detected at all after DZ-TYP
having stopped
0211 /DFC in FR W car door has been opened during Fast Run -
0212 /DFC in W car door has been opened during Slow Run -
SR
0213 W PrepareToRun expected from Drive -
DrvPrepErr (e.g. missing loadweighing information for
ABL)
0214 W Drive stuck in PrepareToRun -
DrvStuckPtr
0215 W Drive stuck in ReadyToRun(NoAbl) -
DrvStuckRtr
0216 F Brake not lifted. -
DrvBrakeErr
0217 F Drive Creeptime too long. -
DrvCreepErr
0218 F The drive reports a Shutdown -
DrvShutdown  See event logging of MCB.
0219 F
DrvStartErr
0220 DrvService W The drive requested ―Request For Service‖ -
(REM). See drive event logging for reason.
0222 1TH-Fault W The DBR-contact which is connected to the -
input 1TH is opened. The drive is powered
down to allow cooling.
0223 2TH-Fault F One of the contacts which is connected to the -
2TH is opened.
0224 F Drive did not end the run. -
DrvEndRun
0225 110VAC F 110VAC is dead for 5 seconds -
dead
0228 1LS+2LS F Limit switches 1LS and 2LS are active at the -
on same time.
 Check power supply of the position
reference system.

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0230 RSL Adr F Some RSL I/Os have to be programmed to a TCI(691)
Chk valid address and are not allowed to be set to
00-0 or 01-0. Currently only one I/O is
checked:
691 – TCI
 Set I/O 691 to a valid address
0233 I The drive package has been powered on PDR-D
PowerSave
0235 ABL Abort W Advanced Brake Lift was aborted because the EN-ABL=1,
door was not fully closed 10 seconds after the DRV-TYP=1
brake was lifted.
0237 /DW in FR W landing door has been opened during Fast -
Run
0238 /DW in SR W landing door has been opened during Slow -
Run

Door Control Sub System


0300 DBP: F While the door was opening or fully opened, EN-RLV,
dfc_SE the door bypass was found to be inactive (DFC EN-ADO
low or SE high)
0301 DCL in [ ] F (R)DCL was active while the door was fully DCL (694)
opened RDCL (695)
0302 F DW or DFC was not low during the last door -
DoorBridge cycle, that means that the safety chain is
bridged or the Door Bypass is defect.
0304 DOL:alw. F DOL was active while the door was fully DOL (000)
on closed. This event is also logged when the
fuses of the door system are burned.

This event is not logged within the first 40


seconds after system startup.
0306 Hwy F Landing Door was opened or the car door is -
Access bridged.
 see description for blinking message 'Switch
INS'
0307 F RDOL was active while the door was fully RDOL (544)
RDOL:alw.on closed. This event is also logged when the
fuses of the door system are burned.

This event is not logged within the first 40


seconds after system startup.
0308 DOOR F Multidrop synchronization error -
sync
0309 DOOR adr. F Multidrop unused message origin -
0310 FDOOR F Multidrop front door checksum error -
chk
0311 RDOOR F Multidrop rear door checksum error -
chk
0312 FDOOR F Multidrop front door communication timeout -
Tout (>200ms)
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0313 RDOOR F Multidrop rear door communication timeout -
Tout (>200ms)
0314 GDS F GDS relay not pulled -
noPull
0315 GDS F GDS relay not dropped -
noDrop
0319 GSM F GSM input error Front door -
Ferror
0320 GSM F GSM input error Rear door -
Rerror

Signaling Sub System


0400 RSL parity W Two remote stations with the same address -
are connected to the same link
0401 RSL sync W Synchronisation lost on remote serial link. -
 Check whether there is a shortcut on the
link.
0402 RSL reinit F RSL driver has reported a problem. RSL was -
reinitialized.
0403 RSL Fail F Application has detected that the RSL driver -
doesn't run anymore. Software has been
restarted.
0404 RSL F RSL driver has detected that the application -
Hrtbeat doesn't run anymore. Software has been
restarted.
0405 RSL Board F RSL board mismatch! -
0406 Group RSL F Group RSL has failed -

Group
0500 RNG1 msg W data error on Duplex/Triplex ring -
0501 RNG1 time W no ring messages received from other car for a GROUP
specific time
0502 RNG1 sio W framing error on Duplex/Triplex ring -
0503 RNG1 tx W ring messages couldn't be sent in an -
appropriate time
0504 RNG1 W No messages are received within a timeout, -
rxOff and NO BREAK is detected.
0505 RNG1 W Reinitializing RING Service (stm_ring_run -
reset expired)
0506 DES offline F DES is not present -
0507 GCB F no GCB is present -
offline

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0600 SPB-Alert W The Service Panel Board detected a -
malfunction which hinders a manual rescue
operation with SPB and SDI. Possible reasons
are:
- defective speed encoders for SDI
- defective E2PROM on SPB
- Missing battery for SPB
Press the SPB-buttons REB + DDO
simultaneously to locate the error.
0601 W The Service Panel Board detected an SPB-Temp
SPB:TempHTS overtemperature.
0602 W The LWSS requested ―Request For Service‖ -
LwssService (REM). See LWSS event logging for reason.
0604 S/W I Informational event that new software was -
Changed installed. The events are automatically
cleared. No action necessary.
0605 Update W New subsytem software was installed that -
S/W! requires new GECB software.
0606 W The SPB requested ―Request For Service‖ -
SpbService (REM). See SPB event logging for reason.

15 Other troubles shooting


15.1 GECB power issues
If the power inputs are normal, but without power indication, without power output, without
communication of SVT. Pls. check if F1~F6 fuses on GECB board are good.
15.2 Only 16 or 32 floors visible in M1-3-3-1 Enable
M1-3-1-1-10 TEST ―EN-CRT‖ setting:
0:up to 16 openings

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1:up to 32 openings
2:up to 100 openings
When exceed 32 floors, the I/O ports start at 3032. 3032~3099:CB/CTTL32~CB/CTTL99
3132~3199:RCB/RCTTL32~RCB/RCTTL99
3232~3299:UHB/UHTTL32~UHB/UHTTL99
3332~3399:HB/HTTL32~HB/HTTL99
3342~3499:EHC/ETTL32~EHC/ETTL99
From I/O 3500 on are the extend I/Os (handicapped service).
15.3 ADO does not work
Check whether the software is the latest version, G1630780CAA has bug on ADO operation. Note:
Updating the software G1630780CAA to other versions has damage risk for GECB, if it requires, pls.
contact the engineer for help.
15.4 RLV does not work
1. Check whether the parameter ―Load Weigh Type‖ is properly set. RLV is prohibited when ―Load
Weigh Type=0‖.
2. Check whether the door bypass works well. LVC relay should active when the door is opening.
15.5 ―DZ in NST‖ fault
Usually happens when GECB parameter ―DRV-TYP=0‖
GECB+OTIS Regen drives require:DRV-TYP=1
GECB+MCBC+Non OTIS drives require:DRV-TYP=0
15.6 ERO terminal limit issue
For GECB+OTIS REGEN drive system, DRV-TYP=1. When DRV-TYP=1,ERO terminal limit is
disabled even if ERO-TYP=1 in latest software. This change is designed for 2 DZs in 1LS to avoid the
stop in the first DZ in 1LS.
15.7 SE-Fault
15.7.1 For continuous SE-Fault,
1. Check if “SW6’ is switched on;
2. If SW6 is switched on,check if LVC relay is active when the door is opening. LVC replay should be
active.
3. If SE-Fault could not be cleared, and no other problem found. Try switching off SW6,SW7,SW8,
then switch them on. Maybe need several cycles.
4. Plug or unplug the WAGO connectors would cause the GECB bend and the resistor R133 contacts
badly with the printed circuit.
For temporary SE-Fault, Check if the distance between 1LV and 2LV is 30mm;

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15.7.2 Particular SE-Fault: 1 DZ sensor


Generally, GECBs of part No. LJ3, ABG3, ABG4 are used on 1 DZ sensor system.
If GECBs of part No. LJ1, LJ2, ABG1, ABG2, ABG5, ABG6 are used on 1 DZ sensor system.
Following parameters setting should be applied.
EN-ADO=0; EN-RLV=0;
EN-ABL=0; DZ-TYP=0;
―SW6‖ on; ―SW7‖ ―SW8‖ off

16 Other features setting


16.1 HBDOB
Description:Hall calls work as car DOB。
Parameters:M1-3-1-2 OCSS DOC=254
M1-3-1-2 OCSS HBDOB-T。
Note:start be available for DAH version。
16.2 Parking with door open
Description:The door keep open when parking。
Parameters:M1-3-3-2 Cut_Call Op bit of parking floor is set to 1。
16.3 Real clock features
MIT/MOT by internal clock is not available for current software.
Available features by internal real clock:
ACP, PKS, SHO, CCO, HCO
Parameters:M1-3-1-11 TIME 中 TFA1-OP、TFA1-TYP、TFA1-SHR、TFA1-SMI、TFA1-SMI、TFA-HER、
TFA1-EMI、TFA1-WEK;TFA2-OP、……
16.4 Group parking
Parameter:M1-3-1-1 LOBBY
M1-3-1-3 CNL
M1-3-3-1 Enable CUDE CUDE P (P=1: disable floor for parking)
Example:5 units with 30 floors,requires random 3 units parking at the bottom floor, other 2 units
parking at the middle floor.

#1 #2 #3 #4 #5

LOBBY 0 0 0 0 0
CNL 3 3 3 3 3
00 CUDE CUDE P=1100 0000 0;
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16.5 2 COPs RS5/RS32 configuration


GECB requires no same address setting on the same link. Otherwise 400 fault will be reported.
For 2 COPs situation, another one should be configured as rear door COP and use rear door I/O.
M-1-3-1-5 EN-DDO should be set to 1.
16.6 Extend calls (Handicapped) configuration
Parameters setting:
1. M1-3-1-2 OCSS :EN-EXT=1;
2. M1-3-1-3 GROUP: SEL-COMP=3;
3. M1-3-3-1 Enable: ―at>CUDE CUDE P‖, Press ―shift +2‖ switching to minuscule ―at >cude
cude p‖,enable floors for handicapped calls;
4. M1-3-1-5 DOOR: EXT-C、EXT-H are used for door time delay.

16.7 Handover test for UCM


UCM-EN Check Menu GECB M - 1 - 4 - 1

This function allows to perform the handover test for Unintended Car Movement Protection according to
EN81-1.
For the Handover Test procedure, the safety chain is interrupted by a specially designed test plug which
is located between the DS and the GS contacts.
After the plug has been removed and a key has been pushed, the car performs a special run with
closed the doors and the door bypass is bridged. This special run will use a defined profile to
simulate free fall.
When the car leaves the doorzone, the door bypass circuit interrupts the safety chain and causes an
emergency stop.
After the test, the displacement of the car must be manually measured by the mechanic.

The Service Tool guides the mechanic through the steps of the handover procedure.

First, the desired direction of the test run must be chosen:

Direction? .

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- Up=1 Down=2 > .

The following keys can be used in this step:


1. Enter ―1‖ to perform the UCM test in up direction.
At top floor, ―Up=x‖ is shown and this option is not available.
2. Enter ―2‖ to perform the UCM test in down direction.
At bottom floor, ―Down=x‖ is shown and this option is not available.
ENTER Press ENTER to continue

Now the required load must be confirmed. For the UP test, the car must be empty. For the DOWN test,
the car must be fully loaded.

If ―Up=1‖ was selected: If ―Down=2‖ was selected:


Load=0%? . Load=100%? .
- n=0 y=1 > . n=0 y=1 > .

The following keys can be used in this step:


0. Abort the function to load the car as required.
1. Confirm that the car is loaded correctly.
ENTER Press ENTER to continue

For safety reasons, the doors must be closed during this test.
If DDO is not active, the following screen is shown:

DDO on! .
- .

No keys can be used in this step. When DDO is activated, the next screen is shown automatically.

To prevent unexpected movement of the car, hall calls must be deactivated during this test.
If CHCS is not active, the following screen is shown:

CHCS on! .

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- .

No keys can be used in this step. When CHCS is activated, the next screen is shown automatically.

Now the mechanic is instructed to remove the plug which is labeled as indicated below.

Remove Plug: .
- “EN81 UCM-Test”.

No keys can be used in this step. When the plug has been removed (i.e. DW and DFC are low), the next
screen is shown automatically.
Note that the plug simulates an opened landing door so that the software will prevent HAD as
long as this menu is active.
If you leave the menu after removing the plug, HAD will be detected!

Confirm to start the test run.

If ―Up=1‖ was selected: If ―Down=2‖ was selected:


Start Up? . Start Down? .
- n=0 y=1 > . n=0 y=1 > .

The following keys can be used in this step:


0. Abort the function.
1. Confirm to start the test run.
ENTER Press ENTER to continue

The door bypass is activated and a special command is sent to the drive to perform the UCM test run
(simulating free fall). This run will be interrupted by the safety chain when the car leaves the
doorzone and the doorbypass drops.

ok. .
- wait... .

No keys can be used in this step. When the Drive reports that the run has ended, the next screen is
shown automatically. If the Drive does not respond within 8 seconds, the function is aborted and the
failure screen is shown.
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The software checks whether the test run was successful and also whether UCM was detected by
GECB as well as Drive.

ok. .
- checking... .

No keys can be used in this step. When everything was correct, the next screen is shown automatically.
If this cannot be determined within 8 seconds, the function is aborted and the failure screen is
shown.

Now the mechanic must verify that the car has stopped within the required limits. Refer to the Field
Instruction Manual for details.

Check car! .
- press ENTER .

The following keys can be used in this step:


ENTER Press ENTER to continue

Now the mechanic is instructed to insert the plug which is labeled as indicated below.

Insert Plug: .
- “EN81 UCM-Test”.

No keys can be used in this step. When the plug has been inserted (i.e. DW and DFC are high), the
next screen is shown automatically.

Confirm the result of the test.

Test OK? .
- n=0 y=1 > .

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The following keys can be used in this step:


0. Press ―0‖ if the car was not stopped within the limits.
1. Press ―1‖ if the car was stopped within the limits.
ENTER Press ENTER to continue.

Now the mechanic is instructed to perform an ERO run so that the UCM blockage is cleared.

Run ERO to .
- continue .

No keys can be used in this step. When the Drive performs an ERO run, the next screen is shown
automatically.

After successful test, the final screen is shown:

UCM-Test .
- done! .

No keys can be used in this step. The test sequence is finished.

If the test was aborted, the abort screen is shown:

UCM-Test .
- aborted! .

No keys can be used in this step. The test sequence is aborted.

If an error has occurred, the error screen is shown:

UCM-Test .
- FAILED! .

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No keys can be used in this step. The test sequence has failed.
Check the status and the event log to determine the reason of the failure.

Appendix 1

Motor Tuning Data For TAA20220AB (Motor P/N) Series Machine

MACHRAT
2.6T-57X1
Parameter Units 2.6T-54X1
680kg@1.75m/s
800/1000kg@1m/s
800/1000@1.5~1.75m/s
GDCB Motor Type 902 902
Number of Poles -- 14 14
Rated Trq Nm 160 160
Rated Trq I A 12.2 19.4
Ld mH 45 14
Lq mH 70 17
R Ohm 3 2
T/A Slope % 22.9 43.8
T/A Offset A 3.7 13.5
Kt Slope 1/kNm 0 0
Id Saturation A 2.2 9
Iq Saturation A 2.4 9
Ld Slope mH/A 1.8 0.27
Lq Slope mH/A 1.95 0.21
Lq0 mH 70 17
Lq1 1/mA 0 0
Lq2 1/mA^2 0 0
Ld0 mH 45 5
Rated Motor rpm 371 649
Mag err thr eDeg 20 20
LRT DC Level PU -- 0.1 0.1
LRT mot err eDeg -- 8 8

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