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K 604401
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Technical Information and Configuration
Summary This document contains technical information details on the LON Interfaces to elevator
peripherals for use together with several LON based elevator control systems.
Note
This document describes the complete set of available LON Interfaces. Specific elevator
controls may support only a subset of these devices (consult the respective control
documentation for a list of supported devices).

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Table of Contents
1 * Product Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.1 * Landing Interface Module LIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.2 COP Interface Module CIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1.3 Building Interface Box BIB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
1.4 Door Interface Box DIB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
1.5 Voice Interface Box VIB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
1.6 VSB PCB for Critical I/Os . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
1.7 Safety Bridging PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
2 Product Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
2.1 Scope of Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
2.2 Peripherals and Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
2.3 Standards and Regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
3 Dispo Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
3.1 Mechanical Dispo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
3.2 Electrical Dispo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
4 System Architecture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
4.1 Landing Interface Module LIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
4.2 COP Interface Module CIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
4.3 Building Interface Box BIB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
4.4 Door Interface Box DIB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
4.5 Voice Interface Box VIB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
4.6 Critical I/Os with and without VSB PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
4.7 Safety Bridging PCB LONUESK 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
5 Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
5.1 PCBs for LIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
5.1.1 LONDGI PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
5.1.2 LONDGIO and LONPGIO PCBs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
5.1.3 LONIO2 PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
5.1.4 LONIO32 PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
5.1.5 LONIOC3 and LONIOC5 PCBs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
5.1.6 LONPII PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
5.2 PCBs for CIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
5.2.1 LONCPI PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
5.2.2 NWIOC3 PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
5.2.3 NWIO36/NWIO236 and NWIOD6 PCBs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
5.3 PCBs for BIB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
5.3.1 LONCUB PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
5.3.2 NWRIO41 and NWRIO4 PCBs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
5.4 LONDIM PCB for DIB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
5.5 PCBs for VIB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
5.5.1 LONVE PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
5.5.2 VCA PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
5.6 VSB PCB for Critical I/Os . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
5.7 LONUESK 1 PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
6 Rotary Code Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
6.1 BMK Single Codes for Zone EUAP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
6.2 BMK Single Codes for Zone NA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
6.3 BMK Set Codes for NWRIO41 PCBs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82

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6.4 Changing Switches on LON PCBs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
A.1 Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93

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1 * Product Overview
1.1 * Landing Interface Module LIM
Summary The landing interface module LIM is required for connection of landing fixtures with parallel
wired I/Os (buttons, switches, lamps, indicators, buzzers) to a control system with LON bus
wiring in the hoistway. A LIM box contains one PCB, depending on connected parallel
landing elements, which is wired to the LON bus for connection with the control.
Overview Every LIM is pre-configured with a LON PCB, which may be
Specific for operating elements (including acknowledge)
Specific for indicator elements (including gong)
Combined for operating and indicator elements.
Landing Interface Module
1 LIM Box (for hoistway installation)
2 LON PCB
Assembly
Name Description Selection Rules Qty ID. No.
LIM Landing Interface Module
(with commission specific
configuration)
If ordered for parallel wired
LIPs and LOPs
1
1) LIM is ordered commission specific and configured by ordering LIM Base boxes with one
individual LON PCB per box (see below)
Pos Name Description Selection Rules Qty ID. No.
1 Base LIM box for installation in
the hoistway
(dimensions (HWD): 300
80 60 mm)
Always 1 593623
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Components
1.2 COP Interface Module CIM
Summary The COP interface module CIM is required for connection of COPs with parallel wired I/Os
to a control system with LON bus wiring to the car.
Overview CIM is designed in a modular way and is pre-assembled on commission from a base PCB
and additional interface PCBs (three types available), which are interconnected by a
NeuroWire bus system.
2 LONDGI LON Direction indicator
and Gong Interface PCB
For LIP with further
travel indicator and gong
1
593627
LONDGIO LON Direction indicator,
Gong and Input/Output
PCB
For both LIP (with further
travel indicator, gong)
and LOP (with 3-wire call
buttons up/down)
55501440
LONIO2 LON Input/Output PCB
for 4-wire call buttons
(2 buttons)
For LOP with 4-wire call
buttons (up/down)
593624
LONIO32 LON Input/Output PCB
for 3-wire call buttons
(2 buttons)
For LOPs with 3-wire call
buttons (up/down)
593848
LONIOC3 LON Input/Output PCB
Configurable for 3
Elements
For LOP with maximum
3 configurable I/Os
593625
LONIOC5 LON Input/Output PCB
Configurable for 5
Elements
For LOP with maximum
5 configurable I/Os
593713
LONPGIO LON Position indicator,
Gong and Input/Output
PCB
For both LIP (with
position indicator, further
travel indicator, gong)
and LOP (with 3-wire call
buttons up/down)
55501439
LONPII LON Position Indicator
Interface PCB
For LIP with position
indicator, further travel
indicator and gong
593626
Pos Name Description Selection Rules Qty ID. No.
Note
Depending on the elevator control, the CIM assembly may be located in the COP or in
a CIM box on the car.
Depending on the specific number of interface PCBs, the small or the large variant of
the CIM box may be required.
CIM Box Small
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Assembly
Components
Name Description Selection Rules Qty ID. No.
CIM COP Interface Module
(with commission specific
configuration)
If ordered for parallel
wired COPs
One per COP and
access side
1-4
1
1) CIM is ordered commission specific and configured by ordering the individual components
(see below)
Name Description Selection Rules Qty ID. No.
LONCPI LON Car Peripherals
Interface PCB with basic
COP functions
Always CO
1
1) Commission specific
591573
NWIO36 NeuroWire Input/Output
PCB with 3-wire I/Os (6 I/O
lines)
For 3-wire car call buttons CO
1
593849
NWIO236 NeuroWire Input/Output
PCB with 3-wire I/Os (6 I/O
lines)
For 3-wire car call buttons CO
1
591869
NWIOD6 NeuroWire Input/Output
PCB with 4-wire I/Os (6 I/O
lines)
For 4-wire car call buttons CO
1
593635
NWIOC3 NeuroWire Input/Output
PCB with configurable I/Os
(3 I/O lines)
If configurable buttons are
required (3- or 4-wire)
CO
1
593636
- CIM Box small including
LONCPI and LONTC cable
short
(dimensions (HWD): 204
432 78 mm)
If ordered
For 1-3 NW PCBs
1 593634
- CIM Box large including
LONCPI and LONTC cable
short
(dimensions (HWD): 204
692 78 mm)
If ordered
For 4-8 NW PCBs
1 593633
- Cable for LONTC
connection to LON bus car
Short, if ordered 1 593632
Long, if ordered 593631
Note
See 'Electrical Dispo' for details on configuration.

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1.3 Building Interface Box BIB
Summary If any one of the interfaces specified below is required (direct interfaces to building or to
services, which require building interfaces), the Building Interface Box BIB is required for
connection of the respective external I/Os to a control system with a LON bus wiring in the
hoistway. BIB is designed in a modular way and is delivered on commission with pre-
configured interface modules.
A BIB is installed at an appropriate location in the hoistway (surface mounted), and is
connected to the LON bus in parallel to the landing elements on the same floor (same type
of T-connector).
Overview The following general configuration rules apply to the BIB:
Every box contains one LONCUB PCB for connection to the LON bus.
Maximum 4 NWRIO41 PCBs (every one implementing a function) can be connected.
The box is assembled according to the ordered functions (see table below).
Building Interface Box
1 Box
2 Options Label
3 LON Interface PCB
4 NWRIO41 PCB
Note
For MX-GC up to release 3 only: Separate BIBs must be used for lift and group related
options.
2
4
3
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Assembly
Base Components
Configured Sets
for MX-GC
The following pre-configured NWRIO41 PCBs for specific I/O types are available for
Miconic MX-GC:
Name Description Selection Rules Qty ID. No.
BIB Building Interface Box
complete
(with commission specific
configuration)
If ordered 1 593468
Pos Name Description Selection Rules Qty ID. No.
1 - Box (sheet metal
housing)
Always 1 593471
2 - Label for options Always 1 593134
3 LONCUB LON-Interface PCB Always 1 591378
4 NWRIO41 Interface function(s) on
NWRIO41 PCB(s)
One per implemented
function
1-4 see below
- - Cable for connection of
LONCUB PCB to LON
bus
(Length 2.4 m)
Always for MX-GC up to
release 3
1
188091
- Always for TX-GC2 and
for MX-GC release 4 and
higher
55501317
Note BMK Values
See 'Rotary Code Settings' for a list of relevant BMKs.
Name Description Techn. Data Qty. ID. No.
BR_ALT Code: FE
Type: GROUP (Lift)
For fire emergency with two
recall floors
1 593803
BR_BS Code: EB
Type: LIFT
On commission 1 -
BR_G Code: F4
Type: GROUP (Lift)
For fire emergency
recall BR1 (GE)
For fire emergency
recall BR1 (NL)
For fire emergency
recall BR1 (NO)
For fire warning contact
KBF
Only for simplex or first
elevator in group
1 593139
BR_LI Code: E1
Type: LIFTe:
For fire emergency recall
BR1
1 593138
DDF Code: 06
Type: GROUP
For VIP service DF2 1 593117
DF1_JAB_NS Code: E8
Type: LIFT
Or VIP service DF1
For external out-of-
service switch JAB
For external emergency
operation switch JNO
1 593255
EB_G Code: F9
Type: LIFT
For earthquake operation 1 593801
EB_LI Code: ED
Type: GROUP
For earthquake operation 1 593802

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FLC/FOF Code: F7
Type: GROUP (Lift)
For floor lighting control
For floors on fire
1 593144
Floor 1 - 4
1 593216
Floor 5 - 8
1 593217
Floor 9 - 12
1 593122
Floor 13-16
GAST Code: EA
Type: LIFT
On commission 1 593252
GUE Code: E2
Type: LIFT
For building monitoring
system
1 593142
JBF_SET Code: F5
Type: GROUP (Lift)
For external fireman
emergency switch JBF
1 593250
JBFF_SET Code: E5
Type: LIFT
On commission 1 593253
JKLB Code: 66
Type: GROUP
For single car call lock
enable and group
1 593805
JKLBL Code: 34
Type: LIFT
For single car call lock
enable and lift
1 593806
JNFF_SET Code: E6
Type: LIFT
For fireman's service
BR2 (FR)
For fireman's service
BR2 (NL)
For external fireman's
switch JNFF
1 593254
JSDE_G Code: FC
Type: GROUP (Lift)
For single car call lock and
group
1
593815
Floor 1 - 4
593816
Floor 5 - 8
593817
Floor 9 - 12
593818
Floor 13-16
593819
Floor 17-20
593820
Floor 21-24
593821
Floor 25-28
593822
Floor 29-30
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JVSPCL_LI Code: F0
Type: LIFT
For single car call lock and
lift
1
593807
Floor 1-4
593808
Floor 5-8
593809
Floor 9-12
593810
Floor 13-16
593811
Floor 17-20
593812
Floor 21-24
593813
Floor 25-28
593814
Floor 29-30
JZPZS Code: 6C
Type: GROUP (Lift)
For blocking of one
entrance side (external
JZPZS switch)
1 593251
NS_G Code: F6
Type: GROUP
For first elevator in group
with any type of emergency
power operation
1 593137
NS_FF Code: E9
Type: LIFT
For any type of
emergency power
operation
For fireman's service
BR2 (NL)
1 593136
SO_AS_1 Code: CC
Type: LIFT
In hoistway for Sabbath
Operation
1 55502627
SO_SZ_1 Code: CA
Type: GROUP
In hoistway of first elevator
for Sabbath Operation
1 55502627
SO_TC_2 Code: CA
Type: LIFT
In car for Sabbath
Operation
1 55502627
Name Description Techn. Data Qty. ID. No.

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1.4 Door Interface Box DIB
Overview The door interface box DIB is required for connection of parallel wired Schindler and third
party doors to a control system with LON bus wiring to the car.
DIM is pre-configured with the base PCB LONDIM and with required door type specific
options. There is one box required per door drive.
Door Interface Box
Assembly
Base Components (One of the Cables Required)
Name Description Selection Rules Qty ID. No.
DIB Door Interface Box
including LONDIM PCB
(Dimensions (HWD): 272
490 97 mm)
If ordered 1/2
1
1) Depending on number of independently controlled access sides
593638
Name Description Techn. Data Qty ID. No.
Cable
QKS9-1/
QKS9VF
Cable for QKS9-1/QKS9VF If door type QKS9-1 or
QKS9VF
1
55500346
Cable VD20
parallel
Cable for Varidor 20 parallel If door type Cable for
Varidor 20 parallel
55500479
Cable VD30
parallel
Cable for Varidor 30 parallel If door type Cable for
Varidor 30 parallel
55500362
Cable DIB Cable for all other doors If door type not QKS9-1,
QKS9VF or Varidor 20 or 30
parallel
55500349
Name Description Techn. Data Qty ID. No.
Kiekert Set for Kiekert/Slycma For door type Kiekert
For door type Slycma
1 593667
LUST
QKS6
Set for LUST QKS6 For door type LUST QKS6 1 593666
Peignen Set for Peignen For door type Peignen
folding door
1 593648
QKS11 Set for QKS11 For door type QKS11 1 593640
QKS9/10 Set for QKS9/10 For door type QKS9/10 1 593641
Wittur TVLD Set for Wittur TVLD For door type Wittur TVLD 1 593666

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Optional Components
Photocell Set for photocells For elevators without car
doors
For door reversing
device photocell
1 593728
Progard S Set for Progard S For elevators without car
doors
For door reversing
device Progard S
1 593649
Skirting Set for skirting For elevators without car
doors
For door reversing
device skirting
1 593669
Cable Door
400 V
Additional power cable If voltage door drive =
400 V
Or if voltage door lock
motor = 96 V or 230 V
1 55500426
JHCT Stop switch for DIB If ordered 1 593646
MGH 24V Set holding brakes 24 V If voltage holding brake =
24 V
1 593645
MGH 48/80V Set holding brakes 48 or
80 V
If voltage holding brake = 48
or 80 V
1 593644
MGV 36-180
VDC
Set door lock magnets 36 to
180 VDC
If voltage door lock magnet
= 36 to 180 VDC
1 593642
MGV 205
VDC
Set door lock magnets
205 VDC
If voltage door lock magnet
= 205 VDC
1 593668
MGV 230
VAC
Set door lock magnets
230 VAC
If voltage door lock magnet
= 230 VAC
1 593665
MV 96/400
VAC
Set door lock motors 96 to
400 VAC
If voltage door lock motor =
96 or 400 VDC
1 593643
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1.5 Voice Interface Box VIB
Overview The voice interface box VIB is a LON based solution for voice in car that comes
preconfigured with PCBs and loudspeaker. On commission, the individual components may
also be integrated into the COP.
Voice Interface Box
1 Housing
2 Loudspeaker
3 LON-Interface PCB
4 Voice Speech Engine PCB
Assembly
Components
Name Description Selection Rules Qty ID. No.
VIB Voice Interface Box complete If ordered 1 55501957
Pos Name Description Selection Rules Qty ID. No.
1 - Box (sheet metal
housing)
If not installed in COP 1 55509958
2 - Loudspeaker with cable Always 1 55501962
3 LONVE LON-Interface PCB Always 1 591784
4 VCA Voice Speech Engine
PCB
Always 1 591782
- MMC Programmed multimedia
card containing
commission specific and
language information
Always 1
1
1) Specify one or two of the following available languages with the order: English, German,
Italian, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, Kantonese Chinese (in case of two
languages, specify one of them as main language).
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1.6 VSB PCB for Critical I/Os
Overview For critical I/Os with one contact in multiplex systems, the VSB PCB is required for
redundant and galvanic separated connection to two elevators. The VSB PCB is mounted in
a plastic box in the hoistway.
Voltage Switch Box
1 Voltage Switch Box (for hoistway installation)
2 Voltage Switch PCB
Components
Pos Name Description Selection Rules Qty ID. No.
1 - Box for installation in the
hoistway
(dimensions (HWD): 300
80 60 mm)
If ordered 1 593623
2 VSB Voltage Switch PCB If ordered 1 591770
1
2

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1.7 Safety Bridging PCB
Overview The circuitry of this PCB is based on the requirements for safety circuits. The PCB will be
placed, for example, in the shaft head and connects the shaft safety circuit and LON bus
wiring.
LONUESK 1
Assembly
Name Description Selection Rules Qty ID. No.
LONUESK 1 Safety Bridging PCB If ordered 1 594109

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2 Product Description
2.1 Scope of Application
Product Name The product name consists of the following parts:
Range of
Application
The LON Interfaces connect parallel wired elements to the LON bus system. The following
individual elements are available:
Restrictions Some specific features may not be applicable, depending on the elevator control to which
the interface modules are connected. In such cases, corresponding hints can be found at
the respective locations in this document.
Part Description
LON For connection to elevator controls via a LON bus system
Interface Interfaces to elements with device specific parallel I/Os
Element Functionality
CIM COP Interface Module as interface to parallel wired car operating
panels
LIM Landing Interface Module as interface to parallel wired landing
fixtures
BIB Building Interface Box as interface to parallel wired building
options
DIB Door Interface Box as interface to parallel wired Schindler and
third party doors
VIB Voice Interface Box as interface to voice synthesizer for voice in
car
VSB PCB for connection of critical I/Os with 1 contact in multiplex
systems
LONUESK PCB for safety bridging

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2.2 Peripherals and Interfaces
Summary The peripherals indicated in this section can be used with the LON Interfaces.
Elevator Controls The devices are supported by the following elevator controls:
Door Systems
Supported by DIB
Note
The following tables show a global overview of available peripherals and interfaces.
Whether an element can be used together with a specific elevator control, is described
in the respective control documentation.
For restrictions on the individual components/subsystems, see their respective
documentation.
External components are not delivered by the supplier of the LON Interfaces.
Type Additional Information
Miconic MX-GC Low and mid rise elevator control
Miconic TX-GC2 High rise elevator control
Type Additional Information
QK8 Schindler semi-automatic doors
QK8F
QK11
QK11 with Holding Brake
Varidor 20 HT
QKS8 Schindler automatic doors
QKS8 with Holding Brake
QKS9/10
QKS9-1/10-1
QKS9VF/10VF
QKS11
QKS11 with Holding Brake
Varidor 10E
Varidor 10F
Varidor 20/30/50 (parallel)
Fermator Folding Door Third party semi-automatic doors
Fermator VVVF-3 HT
Kiekert TMS-2
Peignen Folding Door
Slycma PLYCAB2
Wittur AC HT
Wittur DC (RCRE24/RC48) HT
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Fixtures The following operating elements and indicators are supported:
Building
Interfaces
The possible/required peripherals depend on the individual options used in the BIB (see
section 'Building Interface Box BIB' in chapter 'Product Overview' for possible options).
User Interfaces For voice in the car, the Voice Interface Box VIB is available (see section Voice Interface
Box VIB' in chapter 'Product Overview' for possible options).
2.3 Standards and Regulations
The following table gives a listing of valid standards and regulations for the product:
Applied
Standards
Fermator VVVF-3 Third party automatic doors
LUST QKS6
LUST QKS6 (with VRVRT)
Lust QKS8
LUST QKS8 with Holding Brake
LUST QKS9
LUST QKS11
LUST QKS11 with Holding Brake
Sematic Encoder System
Sematic F28/F29
Siemens AT 25
Slycma AC
Slycma VF
TAT2/TAF2 (Schlieren)
Wittur AC
Wittur DC (RCRE24/RC48)
Wittur Flash
Wittur Mosquito
Wittur RCF1
Wittur TVLD
Type Additional Information
Type Additional Information
Car Fixtures Parallel wired COP elements for connection to CIM
Landing Fixtures Parallel wired landing elements for connection to LIM
Number Description Authority
EN 81-1:1998 Safety Rules for the
Construction and Installation
of Lifts - Part 1: Electric Lifts
CEN: European Committee
for Standardization

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3 Dispo Information
3.1 Mechanical Dispo
Summary This section shows placement and mechanical installation for the various LON Interface
modules.
Landing Interface
Module LIM and
VSB PCB for
Critical I/Os
Dimensions of LIM/VSB box (HWD): 300 x 80 x 60 mm.
Fix the boxes for LIM and VSB PCBs inside the hoistway in the best position for wiring from
landing indicator and landing operating panel as well as from LON hoistway cable.
Landing Interfaces
1 Landing Door
2 Landing Indicator Panel
3 LIM and/or VSB box(es)
4 Landing Operating Panel
1 2
3
4

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COP Interface
Module Fastening
Dimensions (HWD):
380 x 204 x 78 mm (431.5 x 204 x 78 mm with mounting brackets for horizontal
installation) for CIM box small
640 x 204 x 78 mm (691.5 x 204 x 78 mm with mounting brackets for horizontal
installation) for CIM box large.
Fasten the CIM box (2 variants available: big and small) on the car roof above the COP or
on the car wall as close as possible to the COP:
CIM Box Fastening
1 CIM small (mounted flat on car roof, may also be
mounted upright using same support as CIM large)
2 CIM large (with support for upright mounting, may
also be mounted flat)
3 COP (inside car)
4 Openings for Cable Entry (wiring is done later)
Building Interface
Box Fastening
Dimensions (HWD): 580 x 204 x 78 mm (631.5 x 204 x 78 mm with mounting brackets).
1) Fit the BIB at an appropriate location in the hoistway.
2) Mount it onto the hoistway wall using 2 screws:
2
3
1
4
Note
Depending on the elevator control, the CIM assembly may be located in the COP or in
a CIM box on the car.
Depending on the specific number of interface PCBs, the small or the large variant of
the CIM box may be required.

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BIB Fastening
Door Interface
Box Fastening
Dimensions (HWD): 252 x 450 x 97 mm (272 x 490 x 78 mm with mounting brackets).
Fix the DIB box as close as possible to the door drive on the car roof:
View from Car Front
1 Door Drive
2 Door Interface Box DIB
3 Door
Voice Interface
Box VIB
Dimensions (HWD): 150 x 123 x 61.5 mm (150 x 162 x 61.5 mm with mounting brackets).
Fix the VIB on the car roof or mount the components (PCBs, speaker, without sheet metal
housing) inside the COP.
1
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3.2 Electrical Dispo
Summary This section describes the configuration rules of LON interfaces, where specific instructions
for combination of different PCB types are required (CIM and BIB). All other rules are shown
in chapter 'Components' by describing the settings of the individual PCBs in the modules.
LIM Depending on the elevator control, one or more LIM elements and boxes per floor may be
used. As a general rule, the number of LIM elements and boxes should be minimized (for
example by using multipurpose PCBs like LONDGIO/LONPGIO). For floor configuration
with the two rotary switches HIGH/LOW, the following rules apply:
The setting is a decimal number and starts at the lowest floor with 01.
Example for floor 25: HIGH = 2 (corresponds to 20), LOW = 5
Settings of switch HIGH for values higher than 99 are:
HIGH = A for 10 (corresponds to 100)
HIGH = B for 11 (corresponds to 110)
HIGH = C for 12 (corresponds to 120).
CIM For CIM, the following basic configuration rules apply:
Note
Always try to use only one LIM PCB, which is able to connect all fixture elements on the
respective landing.
If lift and group bus are separate, lift and group functions must not be configured using
the same LIM PCB.
Feature Rule
Physical
Configuration
The physical sequence of the CIM
PCBs, which also determines their
sequence on the SPI bus, is as
follows:
The LONCPI PCB (connection
to the car LON bus) is always
placed on top
The NWIO36/NWIO236,
NWIOD6 PCBs 1 to m (for call
buttons) are placed in the
middle
The NWIOC3 PCBs 1 to n (for
configurable I/Os) are always
placed at the bottom.
LONCPI
NWIO36/NWIO236,
NWIOD6 #m
NWIO36/NWIO236,
NWIOD6 #1
NWIOC3 #n
NWIOC3 #1
Note
See below for valid amounts m of NWIO36/NWIO236, NWIOD6 PCBs and n of NWIOC3
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Feature Rule
Valid Amounts
of PCBs
Per LONCPI, the following PCBs may be connected:
Maximum 5 NWIO36/NWIO236, NWIOD6 PCBs for a sequence of
maximum 30 subsequent call buttons
The possible amount of NWIOC3 PCBs with configurable I/Os
depends on the amount of installed NWIO36/NWIO236, NWIOD6
PCBs.
Number of
NWIOD6 and
NWIOC3
15 NWIOD6 / NWIO36 / NWIO236 / NWIOC3 of any combinations can
be connected to the LONCPI only with software version:
For MX-GC with software greater then V2.51
For TX-GC2 with software greater then V3.31
Installed
NWIO36/NWIO236,
NWIOD6 PCBs
Possible Amount of NWIOC3 PCBs
Maximum
1
1) Maximum value (for example for installation in COP with
enough space for PCBs) due to restrictions of NeuroWire bus
and of software
In CIM Boxes
2
2) Restrictions due to available space for PCBs within CIM box
Small Large
7 1 Not possible 1
6 2 Not possible 2
5 4 Not possible 3
4 6 Not possible 4
3 8 0 5
2 10 1 6
1 12 2 7
0 13 3 8
Note
If supported by the specific elevator control, more than one LONCPI PCB per COP can be
used (for example for more than 30 floors using the floor offset switch, or for additional
configurable I/Os).
Feature Rule
Floor
Configuration
The floor calls for a specific LONCPI PCB are configured as follows:
The floor numbering starts with floor 1 at I/O1 of the NWIO36/NWIO236,
NWIOD6 PCB in the lowest position (NWIOD6 #1 in drawing above).
Only if supported by the connected elevator control (currently only
Miconic TX-GC2), a floor numbering offset can be given using the DC
Offset hexadecimal switch on the LONCPI PCB:
Switch Position Starting Floor
0 1
1 11
2 21
... ...
A 101
... ...
C 121
Floor
Configuration
The floor number of the connected call button is increased by one for
every additional I/O (increasing I/O numbers from 1 to 6) on a
specific NWIO36/NWIO236, NWIOD6 PCB
For the step from I/O6 of an NWIO36/NWIO236, NWIOD6 PCB to
I/O1 of the next higher NWIO36/NWIO236, NWIOD6 PCB the floor
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BIB For BIB, the following basic configuration rules apply:
Note
This sequence must be strictly obeyed. When skipping a large number of floors, the
corresponding NWIOD6 PCBs must be installed anyway.
Feature Rule
Express Zones For express zones, which are within the 30 floor range of an
individual LONCPI PCB, see the floor configuration rules above
For express zones, which go beyond the 30 floor range of an
individual LONCPI PCB, a second LONCPI PCB with the
corresponding floor offset must be used (only possible, if supported
by the specific elevator control).
Feature Rule
Physical
Configuration
Box assembly:
Every box contains one
LONCUB PCB for connection
to the LON bus.
Maximum 4 NWRIO41 PCBs
with configurable I/Os (each
one implementing a function)
can be connected using a
NeuroWire bus system
The box is assembled
according to the ordered
functions.
Sequence of BIB PCBs:
The LONCUB PCB (connection
to the LON bus in the hoistway)
is always placed on top
The maximum 4 NWRIO41
PCBs for the individual BIB
functions are interconnected
and connected to LONCUB on
the SPI bus.
Floor
Configuration
A BIB with floor dependent BMKs is configured as follows.
The floor numbering starts on the uppermost NWRIO41 (#1 in
drawing above) with the floor number, which is set on the LONCUB
PCB.
The floor number is increased by one for every additional NWRIO41
PCB.
Attention: Do not mix floor dependent and other BMK types in the
same BIB.
For floor configuration with the two rotary switches HIGH/LOW, the
following rules apply:
The setting is a decimal number and starts at the lowest floor with 01.
Example for floor 25: HIGH = 2 (corresponds to 20), LOW = 5
Settings of switch HIGH for values higher than 99 are:
HIGH = A for 10 (corresponds to 100)
HIGH = B for 11 (corresponds to 110)
HIGH = C for 12 (corresponds to 120).
BIB
LONCUB
NWRIO41 #1
NWRIO41 #2
NWRIO41 #3
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DIB There is one Door Interface Box DIB required per access side.
VIB There is a floor range limitation of 40 floors (floors -9 to 30) for the Voice Interface Box VIB.
VSB for Critical
I/Os
If there is only 1 contact for a critical I/O available in a multiplex system, the VSB PCB
(Voltage Switch Board) must be used for redundant wiring to two elevators.

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4 System Architecture
4.1 Landing Interface Module LIM
Summary The landing interface module LIM is required for connection of landing fixtures with parallel
wired I/Os (buttons, switches, lamps, indicators, buzzers) to a control system with LON bus
wiring in the hoistway. A LIM box contains one PCB, depending on connected parallel
landing elements, which is wired to the LON bus for connection with the control.
Interface PCBs The LIM box, located in the hoistway, contains one of the following components (selection
depends on elements, which are to be connected):
Note
Always try to use only one LIM PCB, which is able to connect all fixture elements on the
respective landing.
If lift and group bus are separate, lift and group functions must not be configured using
the same LIM PCB.
PCB Usage Mode
1
1) 'Mode A' and 'Mode B' are used for 4-wire connections (Mode B, used in most fixtures) and
for 3-wire connections (Mode A).
LONDGI Direction indicator and gong Not applicable
LONDGIO Direction indicator and gong and
standard call buttons for PI, KA, KS
For buttons: Mode A only
LONIO32 Standard call buttons for PI, KA, KS Mode A only
LONIO2 Mode B only
LONIOC3
PCB with 3 configurable I/Os
Mode A and Mode B possible.
The mode can be set for the
whole board only (not for
individual I/Os). All settings for
mode switch and mode jumper
blocks must be the same.
LONIOC5 PCB with 5 configurable I/Os
LONPGIO Position indicator and gong and
standard call buttons for PI, KA, KS
For buttons: Mode A only
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Wiring Overview The following figure, which can also be found as label in the LIM cover, shows the
respective wiring schematics for the I/O connectors on the LIM PCBs:
*
*
Note
For exact wiring instructions and switch settings, see the installation specific schematic
diagrams.

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4.2 COP Interface Module CIM
Summary This section describes details on the components of the COP Interface Module CIM and the
possible connections and settings of the CIM PCBs.
Interface PCBs All COP elements are parallel wired to the COP Interface Module (CIM). The CIM box,
located on the car roof, contains the following components:
PCB
Amount Selection
Rule
Usage Mode
1
1) 'Mode A' and 'Mode B' are used for 4-wire connections (Mode B, used in most fixtures) and
for 3-wire connections (Mode A).
LONCPI Commission
(always)
Base PCB with base
functions and LON
interface
Not applicable
NWIO36 0 - 7 per LONCPI
(depending on
number of car calls
on COP)
PCB with 6 I/Os for car
calls including
acknowledge
Mode A only
NWIO236 Mode A only
NWIOD6 Mode B only
NWIOC3 0 - 13 per LONCPI
(depending on I/Os
on COP and on
number of
connected
NWIO36/NWIO236,
NWIOD6 PCBs)
PCB with 3 configurable
I/Os
Mode A and Mode B
possible.
The mode can be set for
the whole board only (not
for individual I/Os). All
settings for mode switch
and mode jumper blocks
must be the same.
Note
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Wiring Overview The following figure, which can also be found as label in the CIM cover, shows the
respective wiring schematics for the NWIOC3 and NWIOD6 I/Os, and also for the
connectors DAG and ICS on LONCPI:
*
*
Note
For exact wiring instructions and switch settings, see the installation specific schematic
diagrams.

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4.3 Building Interface Box BIB
Summary The Building Interface Box BIB is used to connect building options to controls with LON data
connection in the hoistway or in the machine room.
Interface PCBs All building options are parallel wired to Building Interface Boxes (BIB), located in the
hoistway or (depending on elevator control) in the machine room. A BIB contains the
following components:
4.4 Door Interface Box DIB
Summary The Door Interface Box DIB is used to connect parallel Schindler and third party doors to
controls with LON data connection on the car.
Interface PCB Parallel doors are wired to the Door Interface Box (DIB), located on the car. Main
component of the DIB is the LONDIM interface PCB:
For a specific installation, the DIB is equipped with door specific options and wiring.
Note
For MX-GC up to release 3 only: Separate BIBs must be used for lift and group related
options.
PCB
Amount
Selection Rule
Usage
LONCUB 1
(always)
PCB with base functions and LON interface
NWRIO41 1 - 4
(depending on
number of
building options)
One PCB with 4 I/Os per building option
Note
See 'Electrical Dispo' for details on configuration.
PCB
Amount
Selection Rule
Usage
LONDIM 1 per access side
(always)
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4.5 Voice Interface Box VIB
Summary The Voice Interface Box VIB is a voice in car solution for LON bus.
It consists of a generic voice engine with standardized UART slave interface, a Multi Media
Card containing the available languages and basic setup, and a LON interface PCB with
standardized UART master interface.
Interface PCBs The Voice Interface Box (VIB) is located in the car. It contains the following components:
4.6 Critical I/Os with and without VSB PCB
Summary If an I/O has to be considered as critical for secure operation, the I/O must be executed as
specified below:
NC Contacts Contacts for critical I/Os must be executed as NC (normally closed) contacts in order to
monitor wire breaks. This will detect sleeping errors (for example by broken wires) in the
elevator system.
TAB Monitoring The control software monitors critical I/Os to achieve controlled termination in case of
errors. If a bus node with critical I/O is lost, the elevator function TAB (Technical Out-of-
Service) brings the elevator out of operation in a controlled way. This event is reported to
the ErrorLog and to Servitel.
Service Visit For diagnostics and maintenance purposes, TAB monitoring can be disabled using the
SMLCD command Service Visit.
PCB
Amount
Selection Rule
Usage
LONVE 1
(always)
PCB with LON and UART master interface
VCA 1
(always)
PCB with voice synthesizer and UART slave interface
Feature Simplex Multiplex Description
NC Contacts Yes Yes Normally closed contacts must be used
TAB Monitoring Yes Yes TAB monitoring must be activated
TAB
Deactivation
Yes Yes Deactivation of TAB must be possible for
maintenance (SMLCD)
Redundant
Group Wiring
N/A
1
1) N/A = Not applicable to simplex elevator, refers to group wiring
Yes Wiring must be redundant (I/O connected to two
elevators in the group)
Galvanic
Separation
N/A
1
Yes I/Os to the two elevators must be galvanic
separated
Note
TAB monitoring only works for nodes, which have been frozen in the configuration as
reference for monitoring.
Caution
Always switch off service visit mode using the SMLCD command Service Visit after
diagnostics/maintenance work is finished.

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Multiplex Wiring Only for multiplex elevators (not applicable for simplex), critical I/Os must be
connected as follows:
Input with 2
Contacts
The following figure shows the wiring of a 2-layer key switch for the critical I/O. The layers
are separately connected to 2 PCBs (may be LONIOC3/5 in hoistway or NWRIO41 in BIB),
which are attached to the 2 different LON bus systems:
This is the standard method, which does not require additional measures.
Feature Description
Redundant Group
Wiring
Wiring of critical I/Os must be redundant (I/O connected to first
and last elevator of the group) to ensure continuous operation
Galvanic Separation I/Os to the two elevators must be galvanic separated to prevent
ground loops
Inputs with 2 Contacts If inputs with 2 contacts (for example 2-layer switches) are used
for the critical I/Os, no additional measures are required
Inputs with 1 Contact If there is only 1 contact available for the critical I/O (input with 2
contacts not possible), the VSB PCB (Voltage Switch Board) must
be used.

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Input with 1
Contact
The following figure shows the wiring of a 1-layer key switch for the critical I/O. This contact
is connected to 2 PCBs (may be LONIOC3/5 in hoistway or NWRIO41 in BIB), which are
attached to the 2 different LON bus systems via a VSB PCB, which also ensures continuous
power supply:
This implementation ensures that:
The nodes are connected to a powered bus system with relay controlled, automatic
switch-over to the other one, if the first one loses power.
The network connection is permanent to both landing bus systems.
There is a galvanic insulation between the bus systems and the I/O via the transmission
modules of the LON nodes.
Caution: Mode A for LONIOC3/5
The LONIOC3/5 PCBs must always be used in Mode A (3-wire connections) for critical I/Os
connected via VSB PCBs.

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4.7 Safety Bridging PCB LONUESK 1
Summary For disconnection and bypassing of certain safety contacts a dedicated LON PCB
LONUESK 1 with a unique BMK set and critical I/Os, has been developed. The PCB
connects the safety circuit and LON bus wiring.
I/Os The PCB has two outputs (for example: RUESG and RUESG1), each driving a safety relay
and two inputs (for example: IRUESG and IRUESG1) to read the relay contact feedback.
The outputs and the inputs are controlled using the SPI chip select CS1~ (IO6 of the
Neuron Chip 3120) according to the NWSIO functional model.
NWSIO
Functional Model
NWSIO (NeuroWire Safety Input Output) is used to monitor or control safety relevant inputs
and outputs. To set the function sets a hardwired code is required to ensure that the code
value cannot change during operation (no switches allowed).
Bit Read Write
15..12 NW-Identifier = 0100 No effect
11 1 = unused input HIGH level 0 = unused output inactive
1 = unused output active
10 1 = unused input HIGH level 0 = unused output inactive
1 = unused output active
9 0 = input LOW level
(for example: IRUESG1)
1 = input HIGH level
(for example: IRUESG1)
0 = RUESG1 relay inactive
(for example: RUESG1)
1 = RUESG1 relay active
(for example: RUESG1)
8 0 = input LOW level
(for example: RUESG1)
1 = input HIGH level
(for example: RUESG1)
0 = relay inactive
(for example: RUESG)
1 = relay active
(for example: RUESG)
7 (MSbit) fix function set code
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No effect

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Functional
Diagram
Component
Overview
Safety relays (for example: RUESG and RUESG1)
Safety circuit connectors (for example: SKS1 and SKS2) type Wago 3 poles, male,
straight, 5.0 mm pitch
1 LON connector named LON type Wago 4 poles, male, right angle, 3.5 mm pitch
LON Node with FTT10A and Neuron chip (3120) with the factory SW LOC2002
Shift register to read the PCB Identifier
2 Outputs and 2 Inputs read and write using the SPI and controlled by the LONCUS +
NWSIO model programmed on the Neuron chip 3120
Application LED and Service LED and push button
Controller
LON Node Safety Chain
Connector
"LON"
LON Node
FFT10A
Neuron
Chip
3120
Service
Switch
Service
LED
Application
LED
Shift Register
Identifier
PCB
ID
Shift Registers
Safety Relays
(for example
RUESG,
RUESG1)
Connectors
(for example
SKS1, SKS2)
Safety Chain
(for example
pit contacts)
LONUESK 1.Q
I/Os
(for example
RUESG, RUESG1
IRUESG, IRUESG2)

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5 Components
5.1 PCBs for LIM
5.1.1 LONDGI PCB
Overview LONDGI is a LON interface PCB to parallel LIPs with further travel indicators and gong.
PCB Description
Note
The PCB descriptions in this chapter only contain a basic description of floor settings. See
'Electrical Dispo' for more details.
Item Description
1 Pin 1 of respective connector
24V LED for indicating availability of +24VDC power supply
APPL LED for indicating status of LON application and communication
DAG Connector for further travel indicator and gong (loudspeaker)
GA Connector for gong (loudspeaker)
Floor Number Switches for setting floor number
(2 rotary switches for LOW and HIGH digit)
LAB LED for indicating activity of out-of-service lamp
LON Connector for LON bus
(in figure: at right edge of PCB)
LWD/LWU LEDs for indicating activity of further travel down/up lamp
SERVICE Push button service pin and LED for LON communication test
SZ1/SZ2 Switch for setting access side
VOL Potentiometer for setting gong volume
Feature Description
PCB Name LONDGI = LON Direction Indicator and Gong Interface
Location In LIM box in hoistway behind LIP
LON Interface The serial signals from the LON bus are converted into signals for
parallel LIPs with direction indicator and gong interface.

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Connectors
Switches
Other Elements
Connector Pin Layout Function
DAG LW-U/D: further travel indicator
up/down
Loudspeaker (for example for gong)
Analog output
Required speaker: 8 , 0.5 W
(for example ID. No. 291770)
LAB: out-of-service indicator
GA GA: loudspeaker (for example for
gong)
Analog output
Required speaker: 8 , 0.5 W
(for example ID. No. 291770)
Switch Description Pos Remarks
Floor Number Floor number for PCB
(2 rotary switches High/Low)
0-C The setting is always a
decimal number and starts at
the lowest floor with 01.
Example for floor 25:
High = 2
Low = 5
SZ1/SZ2
(Hoistway
Entrance)
Hoistway access side for PCB SZ1/2 None
Element Description Pos Remarks
VOL Potentiometer for setting of gong
volume
- None

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5.1.2 LONDGIO and LONPGIO PCBs
Overview LONDGIO and LONPGIO are two variants based on the same PCB layout. They are LON
interface PCBs to parallel LOPs with call buttons including acknowledge using 3-wire
connections (mode A) and to:
parallel LIPs with further travel or direction indicators and gong (LONDGIO)
parallel LIPs with position indicators, further travel or direction indicators and gong
(LONPGIO).
Item Description
1 Pin 1 of respective connector
24V LED for indicating availability of +24VDC power supply

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PCB Description
Connectors
APPL LED for indicating status of LON application and communication
Buzzer Connector for digital buzzer
DAG Connector for further travel indicator and gong (loudspeaker)
DE-U/-D Connector for call button upwards/downwards and LED for indicating, if
corresponding input contact (call button UP/DOWN) is closed
(3-wire connection, mode A)
DE-U/-D ack LEDs for indicating, if corresponding outputs are active (acknowledge
lamp UP/DOWN)
Floor Number Switches for setting floor number
(2 rotary switches for LOW and HIGH digit)
Gray/Binary
(LONPGIO only)
Switch for setting, if Gray or Binary code is used
(settings G and B)
Gray Inversion
(LONPGIO only)
Switch for setting inverse of Gray code
(settings OFF and ON)
ICS
(LONPGIO only)
Connector for position indicator
Hoist. Entr. Switch for setting access side
(settings SZ1 and SZ2)
LAB LED for indicating activity of out-of-service lamp
LON Connector for LON bus
LS Connector for gong (loudspeaker)
LW-U/-D LEDs for indicating activity of further travel up/down lamp
LW/LR Switch for setting direction indicator mode
(settings LW and LR)
SERV LED for LON communication test
Service Push button service pin
Volume
(LONDGIO only)
Potentiometer for setting gong volume
Item Description
Note
LONDGIO and LONPGIO are only applicable for buttons/lamps with 3-wire connections
(mode A).
Feature Description
PCB Name LONDGIO = LON Direction Indicator and Gong and Input/Output
LONPGIO = LON Position Indicator and Gong and Input/Output
Location In LIM box in hoistway
LON Interface The signals from parallel LOPs/LIPs with position/direction indicator and
gong interface are converted into serial signals for the LON bus.
Connector Pin Layout Function
Buzzer 1 P0 Digital buzzer
2 Switch (on/off)
DAG LW-U/D: further travel indicator
up/down
LAB: out-of-service indicator
DE-U/-D DE-U/-D: call buttons up/down
(3-wire connection, mode A,
including acknowledge)
*

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Switches
Other Elements
ICS
(LONPGIO
only)
ICSSB/G: position indicator
(Signals for bits 0-6)
LS LS: loudspeaker (for example for
gong)
Analog output
Required speaker: 8 , 0.5 W
(for example ID. No. 291770)
* Pins internally connected
Connector Pin Layout Function
Switch Description Pos Remarks
Floor Number Floor number for PCB
(2 rotary switches High/Low)
0-C The setting is always a
decimal number and starts at
the lowest floor with 01.
Example for floor 25:
High = 2
Low = 5
Gray/Binary
(LONPGIO
only)
Gray Code or Binary code for
position indicator
G/B None
Gray
Inversion
(LONPGIO
only)
Inverse function for Gray code ON/
OFF
None
Hoist. Entr. Hoistway access side for PCB SZ1/2 None
LW/LR Travel indicator mode LW/LR LW: Further-travel
direction
LR: Travel direction
Element Description Pos Remarks
Volume Setting of gong volume - None

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5.1.3 LONIO2 PCB
Overview LONIO2 is a LON interface PCB to parallel LOPs with call buttons including acknowledge
using 4-wire connections (mode B).
PCB Description
Item Description
1 Pin 1 of respective connector
24V LED for indicating availability of +24VDC power supply
APPL LED for indicating status of LON application and communication
DOWN Connector for call button downwards
(4-wire connection, mode B)
Floor Number Switches for setting floor number
(2 rotary switches for LOW and HIGH digit)
Hoist. Entr. Switch for setting access side
(settings SZ1 and SZ2)
In LEDs for indicating, if corresponding input contact (call button
UP/DOWN) is closed
LON Connector for LON bus
(in figure: at right edge of PCB)
Out LEDs for indicating, if corresponding output contact (acknowledge lamp
UP/DOWN) is closed
SERVICE Push button service pin and LED for LON communication test
UP Connector for call button upwards
(4-wire connection, mode B)
Note
LONIO2 is only applicable for buttons/lamps with 4-wire connections (mode B). Use the
LONIO32 PCB for LOPs with elements using 3-wire connections (mode A).
Feature Description
PCB Name LONIO2 = LON Input and Output for 4-wire call buttons (2 buttons:
up/down)
Location In LIM box in hoistway behind LOP
LON Interface The signals from parallel LOPs with 2 call buttons (up/down) are
converted into serial signals for the LON bus.
Serial acknowledge signals received from the control via LON bus
are converted into parallel signals for the acknowledge lamps in the
LOP.

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Connectors
Switches
5.1.4 LONIO32 PCB
Overview LONIO32 is a LON interface PCB to parallel LOPs with call buttons including acknowledge
using 3-wire connections (mode A).
Connector Pin Layout Function
UP/DOWN DE-U/-D: call buttons up/down
(4-wire connection, mode B,
including acknowledge)
Switch Description Pos Remarks
Floor Number Floor number for PCB
(2 rotary switches High/Low)
0-C The setting is always a
decimal number and starts at
the lowest floor with 01.
Example for floor 25:
High = 2
Low = 5
Hoist. Entr. Hoistway access side for PCB SZ1/2 None
Item Description
1 Pin 1 of respective connector
24V LED for indicating availability of +24VDC power supply
APPL LED for indicating status of LON application and communication
DOWN Connector for call button downwards
(3-wire connection, mode A)
Floor Number Switches for setting floor number
(2 rotary switches for LOW and HIGH digit)
Hoist. Entr. Switch for setting access side
(settings SZ1 and SZ2)
In LEDs for indicating, if corresponding input contact (call button
UP/DOWN) is closed
LON Connector for LON bus
(in figure: at right edge of PCB)
Out LEDs for indicating, if corresponding output contact (acknowledge lamp
UP/DOWN) is closed
SERVICE Push button service pin and LED for LON communication test
UP Connector for call button upwards
(3-wire connection, mode A)

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PCB Description
Connectors
Switches
Note
LONIO32 is only applicable for buttons/lamps with 3-wire connections (mode A). Use the
LONIO2 PCB for LOPs with elements using 4-wire connections (mode B).
Feature Description
PCB Name LONIO2 = LON Input and Output for 3-wire call buttons (2 buttons:
up/down)
Location In LIM box in hoistway behind LOP
LON Interface The signals from parallel LOPs with 2 call buttons (up/down) are
converted into serial signals for the LON bus.
Serial acknowledge signals received from the control via LON bus
are converted into parallel signals for the acknowledge lamps in the
LOP.
Connector Pin Layout Function
UP/DOWN DE-U/-D: call buttons up/down
(3-wire connection, mode A,
including acknowledge)
* Pins internally connected
*
Switch Description Pos Remarks
Floor Number Floor number for PCB
(2 rotary switches High/Low)
0-C The setting is always a
decimal number and starts at
the lowest floor with 01.
Example for floor 25:
High = 2
Low = 5
Hoist. Entr. Hoistway access side for PCB SZ1/2 None

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5.1.5 LONIOC3 and LONIOC5 PCBs
Overview LONIOC3 and LONIOC5 are LON interface PCBs with 3 (LONIOC3) or 5 (LONIOC5)
configurable I/Os for LOP elements using 3-wire connections (mode A) or 4-wire
connections (mode B).
LONIOC3 PCB LONIOC5 PCB

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PCB Description
Item Description
1 Pin 1 of respective connector
24V LED for indicating availability of +24VDC power supply
A/B Jumper blocks for mode setting
(one jumper block per I/O with settings A and B)
APPL LED for indicating status of LON application and communication
BMK Switches for configuring element function
(2 rotary switches per I/O for LOW and HIGH byte)
Floor Number Switches for setting floor number
(2 rotary switches for LOW and HIGH digit)
Hoist. Entr. Switch for setting access side
(settings SZ1 and SZ2)
IN LEDs for indicating, if corresponding input is active
IO1-3
(for LONIOC3)
Connectors for LOP elements
IO1-5
(for LONIOC5)
Inversion Switches for inversion of input signals
(one switch per I/O line with settings OFF and ON)
LON Connector for LON bus
(in figure: at left edge of PCB)
Mode Switch for mode setting
(settings A and B)
OUT LEDs for indicating, if corresponding output is active
Service Push button service pin and LED for LON communication test
Feature Description
PCB Name LONIOC3 = LON Input and Output Configurable for 3 Elements
LONIOC5 = LON Input and Output Configurable for 5 Elements
Location In LIM box in hoistway behind LOP
LON Interface The signals from parallel landing I/Os are converted into serial signals
for the LON bus.
Mode Setting The PCB can be used for elements using 3-wire connections (mode A)
or 4-wire connections (mode B).
All elements must be same mode.
Caution: Mode A for Critical I/Os
The LONIOC3/5 PCBs must always be used in Mode A (3-wire connections) for critical I/Os
connected via VSB PCBs.

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Switches
Connector Pin Layout Function
IO1-3
(for
LONIOC3)
IO1-5
(for
LONIOC3)
Button Mode A
Configurable I/Os
Button Mode B
Switch Mode A
Switch Mode B
Lamp
* Pins internally connected
*
*
Switch Description Pos Remarks
BMK
1
1) Use BMK settings according to installation specific schematic diagram. See also note below
for BMK values
BMK function according to the
label on the PCB or to the
installation wiring diagram
(2 rotary switches High/Low per
I/O)
0-F The setting is always a
hexadecimal number.
Example: Fire Operation
JBF:
High = 6
Low = 3
Floor Number Floor number for PCB
(2 rotary switches High/Low)
0-C The setting is always a
decimal number and starts at
the lowest floor with 01.
Example for floor 25:
High = 2
Low = 5
Hoist. Entr. Hoistway access side for PCB SZ1/2 None
Inversion Inversion of the normal behavior
(1 switch per I/O)
ON/
OFF
Examples for inversion ON:
JBF (NC) -> NO
JDNF (NO) -> NC
Mode Wiring mode
(A: 3-wire elements, B: 4-wire
elements)
A/B Settings for all mode
switches and mode jumper
blocks on PCB must be
identical.

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Jumpers
Note BMK Values
See 'Rotary Code Settings' for a list of relevant BMKs.
Element Description Pos Remarks
A/B All of the three jumper blocks
either have to be plugged in same
position A or B (different
voltage supply for the three I/Os),
corresponding to setting of switch
Mode
(1 jumper block per I/O with
settings A for 3-wire elements or B
for 4-wire elements)
A/B Settings for all mode
switches and mode jumper
blocks on PCB must be
identical.

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5.1.6 LONPII PCB
Overview LONPII is a LON interface PCB to parallel LIPs with position indicators, further travel
indicators and gong.
Item Description
1 Pin 1 of respective connector
24V LED for indicating availability of +24VDC power supply
APPL LED for indicating status of LON application and communication
Gray/Binary Switch for setting, if Gray or binary code is used
(settings G and B)
DAG Connector for direction indicator and gong (loudspeaker)

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PCB Description
Connectors
Fire Mode Switch for setting out-of-service display mode
(settings OFF and ON)
GA Connector for gong (loudspeaker)
H/L Switches for setting floor number
(2 rotary switches for LOW and HIGH digit)
Hoist. Entr. Switch for setting access side
(settings SZ1 and SZ2)
ICS Connector for position indicator
ICS0-4 LEDs for indicating activity of position indicator signals
Inversion Switch for setting inverse of Gray or binary code
(settings OFF and ON)
LAB LED for indicating activity of out-of-service lamp
LON Connector for LON bus
(in figure: at left edge of PCB)
LWD/LWU LEDs for indicating activity of further travel down/up lamp
SERVICE Push button service pin and LED for LON communication test
VOLUME Potentiometer for setting gong volume
Item Description
Feature Description
PCB Name LONPII = LON Position Indicator Interface
Location In LIM box in hoistway behind LIP
LON Interface The serial signals from the LON bus are converted into signals for
parallel LIPs with position/direction indicator and gong interface.
Note
LONPII can be used for installations with maximum 32 floors (only 5 address bits available).
Connector Pin Layout Function
DAG LW-U/D: further travel indicator
up/down
Loudspeaker (for example for gong)
Analog output
Required speaker: 8 , 0.5 W
(for example ID. No. 291770)
LAB: out-of-service indicator
GA GA: loudspeaker (for example for
gong)
Analog output
Required speaker: 8 , 0.5 W (for
example ID. No. 291770)
ICS ICSSB/G: position indicator
(Signals for bits 0-4)

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Switches
Other Elements
Switch Description Pos Remarks
Fire Mode Out-of-service display mode:
OFF: If Lift is not in status
Normal, LAB is visible
ON: With the following special
modes the actual car position is
still visible: JBF, JNFF, JRVC
ON/
OFF
None
Floor Number Floor number for PCB
(2 rotary switches High/Low)
0-C The setting is always a
decimal number and starts at
the lowest floor with 01.
Example for floor 25:
High = 2
Low = 5
Gray/Binary Gray Code or binary code for
position indicator
G/B None
Hoist. Entr. Hoistway access side for PCB SZ1/2 None
Inversion Inverse function for Gray or binary
code
ON/
OFF
None
Selector Selector (ON) or Position (OFF)
signals
ON/
OFF
None
Element Description Pos Remarks
VOLUME Potentiometer for setting of gong
volume
- None

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5.2 PCBs for CIM
5.2.1 LONCPI PCB
Overview LONCPI is a LON interface PCB to parallel COPs with integrated COP base functions.
Item Description
- SPI connectors for NW PCBs (not for NWDY, which uses Display
connector)
(2 connectors without designation at bottom of PCB)
1 Pin 1 of respective connector
24V LED for indicating availability of +24VDC power supply
24V NSG Connector for +24VDC emergency power supply output
Appl LED for indicating status of LON application and communication
Blink Enable Switch for setting of blinking acknowledgement
(settings ON and OFF)
DA Connector for push button alarm
DAG Connector for further travel or direction indicator and gong
(loudspeaker)
DC Offset Rotary switch for floor offset

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PCB Description
Connectors
Display Connector for SPI connection to NWDY PCB
DT-O/S Connectors for door open/close buttons
Switches for setting DT-O/S mode
(settings NO and NC)
Gray binary Switch for setting ICS mode
(settings G and B)
Gray inversion Switch for setting inverse of Gray and binary code
(settings OFF and ON)
Hoist. Entr. Switch for setting access side
(settings SZ1 and SZ2)
ICS Connector for position indicator
ICS0-6 LEDs for indicating activity of position indicator signals
KLC Connector for car light sensor
LL-X Connector for overload indicator
LNC Connector for emergency light car
LONTC 2 connectors for LON bus car:
To car interface box (for first COP) or from previous COP (if
available)
To next COP (if available)
LW-D/U LEDs for indicating activity of further travel down/up lamp
LR-D/U LEDs for indicating activity of direction down/up lamp
Service Push button service pin and LED for LON communication test
VOL Potentiometer for setting gong volume
Item Description
Note
See 'Electrical Dispo' for details on configuration.
Feature Description
PCB Name LONCPI = LON Car Operating Panel Interface
Location In CIM box on car or integrated in COP
LON Interface The serial signals from the LON bus are converted into signals for
parallel COPs.
COP Base
Functions
LONCPI contains connectors for standard COP elements, for example
for
Several indicators (position, further travel, direction, overload, ...)
Standard buttons (door open/close, alarm)
Support for emergency light car
Connector Pin Layout Function
24V NSG 1 P02 (emergency supply)
NSG: emergency supply output
2 Ground
DA 1 P02 (emergency supply)
DA: push button alarm
2 LNC output
3 DA input signal
4 Ground

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Switches
DAG LW-U/D: further travel indicator
up/down
LR-U/D: travel direction indicator
up/down
Loudspeaker (for example for
gong)
Analog output
Required speaker: 8 , 0.5 W
(for example ID. No. 291770)
Display 10-pin pre-wired SPI connection to NWDY PCB
DT-O 1 Not connected
DT-O: door open button
2 Not connected
3 P0 (24 VDC)
4 DT-O input
DT-S 1 Not connected
DT-S: door close button
2 Not connected
3 P0 (24 VDC)
4 DT-S input
ICS ICSFB/G: position indicator
(Signals for bits 0-6)
KLC 1 Not connected
KLC: light sensor input
2 Not connected
3 P0 (24 VDC)
4 L_sens input
LL-X 1 P0 (24 VDC)
LL-X: overload output
2 LL-X (overload)
3 Not connected
4 Not connected
LNC 1 P02 (emergency supply) LNC: emergency light output
2 LNC output
LONTC
(2 )
8-pin pre-wired LONTC: LON connections to car
interface box (for first COP) and to
PCBs of other COPs (connected in
series), if applicable
-
(2 )
10-pin pre-wired SPI connections to NW PCBs
Connector Pin Layout Function
Switch Description Pos Remarks
Blink enable Activation of blinking car call
acknowledge lamps
(for COPs without position
indicator)
ON/OFF None

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5.2.2 NWIOC3 PCB
Overview NWIOC3 is a NeuroWire interface PCB with 3 configurable I/Os for COP elements using 3-
wire connections (mode A) or 4-wire connections (mode B).
DC Offset Determines starting floor for
sequence of floors served by this
LONCPI PCB
(currently only used in Miconic
TX-GC2)
0-C 0: starts at floor 1
1: starts at floor 11
2: starts at floor 21
...
A: starts at floor 101
...
C: starts at floor 121
DT-O DT-O with normally open or
normally closed contacts
NO/NC None
DT-S DT-S with normally open or
normally closed contacts
NO/NC None
Gray/binary Gray Code or binary code for
position indicator
G/B None
Gray
inversion
Inverse function for Gray or binary
code
ON/OFF None
Hoist. Entr. Access side for PCB SZ1/2 None
Switch Description Pos Remarks
Element Description Pos Remarks
VOLUME Potentiometer for setting of gong
volume
- None
Item Description
1 Pin 1 of respective connector
A/B Jumper blocks for mode setting
(one jumper block per I/O with settings A and B)
BMK Switches for configuring element function
(2 rotary switches per I/O for LOW and HIGH byte)
IN LEDs for indicating, if corresponding input is active
Inversion Switches for inversion of input signals
(one switch per I/O line with settings OFF and ON)
IO1-3 Connectors for COP elements
Mode Switch for mode setting
(settings A and B)
OUT LEDs for indicating, if corresponding output is active
Power Connectors for PCB power (in and out)
SPI IN/OUT Connectors for NeuroWire bus

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PCB Description
Connectors
Switches
Note
See 'Electrical Dispo' for details on configuration.
Feature Description
PCB Name NWIOC3 = NeuroWire Input and Output Configurable for 3 Elements
Location In CIM box on car or integrated in COP
SPI Bus Designed for usage in a NeuroWire chain connected to a LONCPI PCB
Base Functions The PCB can be used for elements using 3-wire connections (mode A)
or 4-wire connections (mode B).
All elements must be same mode.
Connector Pin Layout Function
I/O1-3
Button Mode A
Configurable I/Os
Button Mode B
Switch Mode A
Switch Mode B
* Pins internally connected
*
*
Switch Position Description Remarks
BMK
1
I/O1-3
0-F BMK function according to the
label on the PCB or to the
installation wiring diagram
(2 rotary switches High/Low per
I/O)
The setting is always a
hexadecimal number.
For example for
reservation JRVC (hex.
3B):
3 = High
B = Low
Inversion
I/O1-3
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Jumpers
5.2.3 NWIO36/NWIO236 and NWIOD6 PCBs
Overview The NWIO36/NWIO236, NWIOD6 PCBs contain I/Os for call buttons including
acknowledge (NWIO36/NWIO236 for buttons mode A and NWIOD6 for buttons mode B).
NWIO36 PCB
NWIO236
Mode A/B Wiring mode
(A: 3 wires, B: 4 wires)
All settings for mode
switch and mode jumper
blocks must be the
same.
1) Use BMK settings according to installation specific schematic diagram. See also note below
for BMK values
Switch Position Description Remarks
Note BMK Values
See 'Rotary Code Settings' for a list of relevant BMKs.
Jumper Position Description Remarks
I/O1-3 A/B All of the three jumper blocks
either have to be plugged in
same position "A" or "B"
(different voltage supply for the
three I/Os), corresponding to
setting of switch "Mode"
All settings for mode
switch and mode jumper
blocks must be the same.

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NWIOD6 PCB
Connectors
Item Description
1 Pin 1 of respective connector
IN LEDs for indicating, if corresponding input is active
IO1-6 Connectors for COP elements
OUT LEDs for indicating, if corresponding output is active
Power Connectors for PCB power (in and out)
SPI-IN/-OUT Connectors for NeuroWire bus
Note
See 'Electrical Dispo' for details on configuration.
Connector Pin Layout Function
I/O1-6
Button Mode A
(NWIO36/NWIO236 only)
I/Os 1-6 for call buttons
Button Mode B (NWIOD6 only)
* Pins internally connected
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5.3 PCBs for BIB
5.3.1 LONCUB PCB
Overview The LONCUB PCB connects the BIB to the LON bus and has a NeuroWire interface for
connection to the NWRIO41 PCBs.
PCB Description
Item Description
1 Pin 1 of respective connector
24V LED for indicating availability of +24VDC power supply
ACCESS SIDE Switch for setting access side
(settings SZ1 and SZ2)
APPL LED for indicating status of LON application and communication
DISPLAY Not used
Floor Number Switches for setting floor number
(2 rotary switches for LOW and HIGH digit)
LON Connector for LON bus
OUT SPI connector for NeuroWire PCBs
SERV LED for LON communication test
SERVICE Push button service pin
Feature Description
PCB Name LONCUB = LON Controller Unit Big
Location In BIB box in hoistway
LON Interface The signals from the NeuroWire bus are converted into signals for the
LON bus.
SPI Bus Designed for connection of a chain of NeuroWire PCBs (NWRIO41)

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Connectors
Switches
5.3.2 NWRIO41 and NWRIO4 PCBs
Overview The NWRIO41 PCB serves as interfaces between external signals and the LONCUB LON
node in the BIB.
Connector Function
LON Connector for LON bus (standard wiring)
OUT Connector for chain of 1-4 NWRIO41 PCBs
Switch Description Pos Remarks
ACCESS
SIDE
Hoistway access side for PCB SZ1/2 None
FLOOR
NUMBER
Floor number for PCB
(2 rotary switches High/Low)
0-C The setting is always a
decimal number and starts at
the lowest floor with 01.
Example for floor 25:
High = 2
Low = 5
Note: NWRIO4 phased out, do not use with VSB
The NWRIO41 is the fully compatible redesign of the NWRIO4. Except that the NWRIO4
must not be used in connection with a VSB PCB for parallel wiring of critical I/Os. Thus:
Always use NWRIO41 for wiring of critical I/Os to a VSB PCB.
Replacement of NWRIO4 with NWRIO41 is only required for wiring of critical I/Os to a
VSB PCB.
The physical layout, connectors and switches are identical between the two PCBs
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PCB Description
Connectors
Switches
Item Description
- SPI connectors for NeuroWire bus (in and out)
(connectors on top and bottom left of PCB)
1 Pin 1 of respective connector
BMK Switches for BMK code
(2 rotary switches for LOW and HIGH)
IN1-4 Connector for input 1-4
OUT1-4 Connector for output 1-4
Feature Description
PCB Name NWRIO41 = Neuro Wire Relay Inputs/Outputs 4 channels, revised
version 1
Location In BIB box in hoistway
I/O The signals from parallel building I/Os are converted into serial signals
for the NeuroWire bus.
SPI Bus Designed for connection in a chain of NeuroWire PCBs
Connector Function
IN1-4 Connector for maximum 4 external input signals to NWRIO41
OUT1-4 Connector for maximum 4 external output signals from NWRIO41
SPI Connector to LONCUB (for first NWRIO41) and to the other NWRIO41
PCBs in BIB
Switch Description Pos Remarks
HIGH/
LOW
BMK Setting for I/O
(2 rotary switches)
0-F -
Note BMK Values
See 'Rotary Code Settings' for a list of relevant BMKs.

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5.4 LONDIM PCB for DIB
Overview The LONDIM PCB is the main component of the DIB with interfaces to LON and to the
doors.

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Connectors to Car Interface Box
Connectors to Doors
Connectors
Item Description
400 V (Male) Power supply input for 400 VAC doors (option for 400 VAC
operated doors)
POWT Power supply input for 230 VAC doors
LONT LON connection to door
SKT Door safety circuit
Item Description
400 V (2 x female) Power supply output for 400 VAC doors
230 V (2x) Power supply output for 230 VAC doors
DRET Signals DVRT, DRET-O/S, RET
JHC1 Safety JHC1
JHCT Safety + signal JHCT, Power 230V
JRET Signal JHCT
KSPT Signal KSPT
KT Signals KET-O/S, KSKB
KTC Safety KTC
KTHMT Signal KTHMT
R4 Output RMGH
R5 Output RV
R6 Output RSPT-A
R8 Spare
REP Signals REP
RPHT Signals RPHT
RT Signals RT-O, RT-S, RVRT
Connector Type Pin Number Line Name
POWT Male 1 L1
2 PE
3 L2 or N
JHCT Female 1 JHC1
2 JHCT-out
3 +24V
4 +24V-JHCT
5 L1
6 L1-out
7 L2 or N
8 L2 or N-out
230 V
(2 pieces)
Female 1 L1-out
2 PE
3 L2 or N-out
400 V Male 1 L1-T
2 L2-T
3 L3-T
4 PE
400 V
(2 pieces)
Female 1 L1-T
2 L2-T
3 L3-T
4 PE

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Power Supply Connectors (WAGO 7.5 mm pitch)
Safety Circuit Connectors (WAGO 5.0 mm pitch)
Connector Type Pin Number Line Name
SKT Male 1 KTC-in
2 KTC-out
3 PE
4 JHTC-in
5 JHTC-out
KTC Female 1 KTC-in
2 PE
3 KTC-out
JHC1 Female 1 JHTC-in
2 JHC1
Connector Type Pin Number Line Name
LONT Male 1 DataA
2 DataB
3 +24 V
4 0 V
JRET Male 1 +24V-JHCT
2 +24V-T(N_JHCT)
KT Male 1 +24V
2 N_KET-O
3 +24V
4 N_KET-S
5 +24V
6 N_KSKB
KTHMH Male 1 +24V
2 N_KTHMT
RT Male 1 +24V
2 +24V-T
3 0V
4 COMMON-R1/2/3
5 COMMON-R1/2/3
6 R1 NO
7 R2 NO
8 R3 NO
R4 Male 1 +24V-T
2 0V
3 R4 C
4 R4 NO
R5 Male 1 +24V-T
2 0V
3 R5 C
4 R5 NO
R6 Male 1 +24V-T
2 0V
3 R6 C
4 R6 NO

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Logic Circuit Connectors (WAGO 3.5 mm pitch)
Switches
The table below shows the generic settings for the door type switches.
R8 Male 1 +24V-T
2 0V
3 R8 C
4 R8 NO
RPHT Male 1 +24V
2 0V
3 +24V
4 RPTH
REP Male 1 +24V
2 0V
3 +24V
4 REP
DRET Male 1 +24V
2 0V
3 R7 C
4 R7 NO
5 DRET-O
6 DVRT
7 DRET-S
8 SPARE-IN1
9 SPARE-IN2
10 SPARE-IN3
Connector Type Pin Number Line Name
Switch Description Pos Remarks
Door Type Door type according to the
installation specific schematic
diagram
(2 rotary switches High/Low, see
table below for description of door
types and corresponding settings)
0-F The setting is always a
hexadecimal number.
Example: Type 41 for QKS 8
4 = High
1 = Low
Access Side Hoistway access side for PCB SZ1/2 None
Setting
Software Model Door Types
High Low
0 1 1 (automatic) QKS9-1/10-1
QKS9VF/10VF
0 2 2 (automatic) Reserved
0 3 3 (automatic) LUST QKS6
0 4 4 (automatic) Varidor 20/30/50 (parallel)
0 5 5 (automatic) LUST QKS6 (with VRVRT)
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4 1 10 (automatic / semi
automatic)
Automatic:
QKS8
QKS11
Varidor10E
LUST QKS8
LUST QKS11
Wittur Mosquito
Semi automatic:
QK11
Wittur Mosquito HT
4 2 11 (automatic / semi
automatic)
Automatic:
Wittur AC
Slycma AC
Slycma VF
TAT2/TAF2 (Schlieren)
Semi automatic:
Wittur AC HT
4 3 12 (automatic / semi
automatic)
Automatic:
Varidor10F
LUST QKS9
QKS8 with Holding Brake
QKS11 with Holding Brake
LUST QKS8 with Holding Brake
LUST QKS11 with Holding Brake
Semi automatic:
QK11 with holding brake
4 4 13 (automatic / semi
automatic)
Automatic:
Fermator VVVF-3
Wittur RCF1
Wittur Flash
Sematic Encoder System
Siemens AT 25
Semi automatic:
Fermator VVVF-3 HT
4 5 14 (automatic / semi
automatic)
Automatic:
Wittur TVLD
Sematic F28/F29
Wittur DC (RCRE24/RC48)
Semi automatic:
Wittur DC (RCRE24/RC48) HT
8 1 20 (semi automatic) QK8
QK8F
QK11
8 2 21 (semi automatic) Kiekert TMS-2
Slycma PLYCAB2
Varidor 20 HT
8 3 22 (semi automatic) Fermator folding door
Peignen folding door
B 1 40 (special) A30/45 with Progard S
B 2 41 (special) A30/45 with Car Door
Setting
Software Model Door Types
High Low
Note
To see which of these doors are currently supported for use with a specific elevator control,
see section 'Peripherals and Interfaces' of the TABA/Dispo document for the respective
elevator control.

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5.5 PCBs for VIB
5.5.1 LONVE PCB
Overview The LONVE PCB connects the VIB to the LON bus and has a connector for piggyback
connection to the VCA PCB.
PCB Description
Item Description
1 Pin 1 of respective connector
24V LED for indicating availability of +24VDC power supply
APPL LED for indicating status of LON application and communication
DEBUG LED for debug monitoring
LON Connector for LON bus
RESET Push button for manual reset
SERV LED for LON communication test
SERVICE Push button service pin
UART UART master connector for piggyback connection to VCA PCB
WDOG LED watchdog
Feature Description
PCB Name LONVE = LON Voice Engine interface
Location In VIB box in car or in COP
LON Interface Voice commands from the control, sent via LON bus, are converted into
UART character command strings
UART UART master for serial connection to the VCA PCB

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5.5.2 VCA PCB
Overview The VCA PCB is a voice speech engine PCB containing the voice synthesizer for usage in
the VIB.
Top
Bottom
DWNLD
B
C
D
U
D
_
+
RESET
3V3
A
(MMC)
(UART)
8

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PCB Description
Item Description
8 JST connector
Maximum 1 W @ 8 , maximum 4 V
p
(inscription on PCB bottom)
3.5 mm jack connector for active speaker
Maximum 1.75 V
p
@ 4.7 k and maximum 100 pF impedance
(inscription on PCB bottom)
(MMC) Multi Media Card with language information
(no inscription on PCB)
(UART) UART slave connector for piggyback connection to LONVE PCB or
COP
(no inscription on PCB)
3V3 LED for power supply 3.3 V (logics supply)
A LED for volume set acknowledge
B LED for balance set acknowledge
C LED for treble set acknowledge
D LED for bass set acknowledge
DWNLD Connector for download of latest firmware
(for maintenance purposes only)
RESET Push button for manual reset
SET/U/D/+/- Joystick (four directions tactile switch) with the following functions:
Push: set function (indicated by LEDs A/B/C/D)
U: selection up
D: selection down
+: increment regulation parameter
-: decrement regulation parameter
Feature Description
PCB Name VCA = Voice Announcer
Location In VIB box or in COP
Audio Decoder The PCB contains an MP3 audio decoder
Multimedia Card A multimedia card interface guarantees usage of standard MMCs
UART UART slave for serial connection to the LONVE PCB
Speaker Support The following types of speakers are supported:
8 speaker, max 1 Watt average power
Active speaker
System
Limitations
Floor range -9 to 30
50 tracks per language
Power Supply 24 VDC, maximum 0.8 A

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5.6 VSB PCB for Critical I/Os
Overview The VSB PCB is required for redundant and galvanic separated connection of critical I/Os
with one contact to two elevators in multiplex systems.
PCB Description
Connector Description
LONBOARD1 Connector to LON board on first elevator
LONBOARD2 Connector to LON board on second elevator
LONBUS1 Connector to LON bus on first elevator
LONBUS2 Connector to LON bus on second elevator
Caution: Mode A for Critical I/Os
The LONIOC3/5 PCBs must always be used in Mode A (3-wire connections) for critical I/Os
connected via VSB PCBs.
Feature Description
PCB Name Voltage Switching Board
Location In plastic box in hoistway
Switch
Functionality
Ensures that
The nodes are always connected to a powered bus system with relay
controlled, automatic switch-over to the other one, if the first one
loses power.
The network connection is permanent to both landing bus systems.
There is a galvanic insulation between the bus systems and the I/O
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5.7 LONUESK 1 PCB
Overview The LON interface PCB LONUESK 1 PCB supports additional functions and functionalities
with an unique BMK set and critical I/Os.
LONUESK 1
Description The LED "24V" indicates whether the board supply voltage 24 V (P0) is present or not.
"The LED "APPL" (Application), when flashing, indicates that the system is operating
properly (watchdog LED).
The LED "Service" is lit either when the Service push-button is pressed or during loading
of new software on the Neuron chip 3120.
Push Buttons
Function Silkscreen HW Relevant Type Color
24 V Supply 24V Active when 24V is available Straight Green
Application Appl. Flashing of this LED indicates that the
system is operating properly.
Straight Green
Service Service Is lit either when the service push-button is
pressed or during loading of new software.
Straight Green
Function Silkscreen HW Relevant Type
Service Pin Service Push button service pin for LON
communication test
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Electrical Data
Input Voltage
Voltage Generated on Board
Mechanical Data
Connectors
24VDC Power Supply / LON Connector
Safety Circuit Connector
Input Voltage [V] Voltage [V] Tolerance Maximum Current [mA]
P0 24 20% 150
Safety circuit 24 ... 60 Regulated 300
Voltage Generated on
Board [V]
Voltage [V] Tolerance Maximum Current [mA]
Vcc 5 5% 50
Vref 0.6 6% 2.5
PCB Dimensions [mm] Mounted in
Length Width Height
LONUESK 1 200 60 18 LIM (Landing Interface Module;
ID. No. 55500406 / 07)
Pin No. Signal Name Voltage [V] Tolerances Current [mA]
Safety
Relevant
1 Data B - - - No
2 Data A - - - No
3 +24V 24 20% 150 No
4 M0 0 - 150 No
Pin No. Voltage [V] Tolerances Current [mA] Safety Relevant
1 24 ... 60 regulated 100 Yes
2 24 ... 60 regulated 100 Yes
3 24 ... 60 regulated 100 Yes

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6 Rotary Code Settings
6.1 BMK Single Codes for Zone EUAP
Summary This section gives an overview of the relevant BMK single codes for EUAP, which are used
for configuring landing or car options. There are two representations available:
A table with the BMKs sorted by hexadecimal code
A table with the BMKs sorted by function designation.
Critical I/Os are indicated in both tables.
BMKs by Code
Code BMK Function Critical Code BMK Function Critical
00 Not used - 80 RESIG13 N
01 DC N 81 ASIO7 N
02 JDC N 82 BUZZER1 N
03 DGSC N 83 LAB N
04 DFDC N 84 JBFLH1 Y
05 DCH N 85 LA N
06 DDF N 86 LAB-E N
07 DCW-U N 87 LB N
08 DCW-D N 88 LBFC N
09 JDFDC N 89 LBFC1 N
0A JDNF N 8A LBFSG N
0B KL-V N 8B LC N
0C KL-X Safety 8C LCH N
0D KL-M N 8D LCW-U N
0E RESIL1 N 8E LCW-D N
0F RESIL2 N 8F LDF N
10 RESIL3 N 90 LDFC N
11 DE-U N 91 LEF N
12 DE-D N 92 LGEB N
13 JDE-U N 93 LGS N
14 JDE-D N 94 LJNO-REL N
15 JDNFG N 95 LKLB N
16 JTTC N 96 LLIC N
17 JBFFG Y 97 LLI-U N
18 JBFFGH1 Y 98 LLI-D N
19 JBFFGH2 Y 99 LNF N
1A JBFH1 Y 9A LNFC N
1B JBFH2 Y 9B LNFF N
1C RESIG1 N 9C LNOC N
1D RESIG2 N 9D LRC-U N
1E RESIG3 N 9E LRC-D N
1F RESIG4 N 9F JBFLH2 Y
20 RESIG5 N A0 LSPZSC N
21 JBFL Y A1 LTP-O N
22 KL-H N A2 LVFC N
23 GAC N A3 LW-U N
24 Not used - A4 LW-D N
25 Not used - A5 LWC-U N
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27 DDFLI N A7 LL-X N
28 DLI N A8 LZH N
29 DLI-U N A9 MGTC N
2A DLI-D N AA RBF N
2B JPF N AB RBFF N
2C DSPCP N AC RE-A N
2D DT-O N AD REFE1 N
2E DT-S N AE REFEH1 N
2F DZHT-S N AF REFEH2 N
30 KTHS N B0 REFEH3 N
31 JAB N B1 RIB N
32 JBFF Y B2 RKTHMH N
33 JBFF-A N B3 JSPCG N
34 JKLBL N B4 KBFM Y
35 JLC N B5 RNFF N
36 JLI N B6 RRE-A N
37 JNFE N B7 RSM N
38 JNFF Y B8 Not used -
39 JNFF-S Y B9 Not used -
3A JNO N BA SUMC N
3B JRV N BB SUMM N
3C JRVM10 N BC SUMS N
3D JRVP N BD SUMSG N
3E JRVPM10 N BE GA N
3F JSDCL N BF LBFF N
40 DDFG N C0 ASIO11 N
41 JSPZSC N C1 ASIO12 N
42 JVEC N C2 ASIO13 N
43 JVSPCL N C3 ASIO14 N
44 KBFF Y C4 VRA-A N
45 KGEB Y C5 Not used -
46 KKL N C6 Not used -
47 KLC N C7 KKLC N
48 KTDC N C8 RESOL1 N
49 KTDCM10 N C9 RESOL2 N
4A KTHMF Y CA RESOL3 N
4B KWSG N CB RESOL4 N
4C KWSG-A N CC RESOL5 N
4D RFEF N CD LBF N
4E RFNO N CE LBFM N
4F KBFEH Y CF LEB N
50 DAC N D0 LSPC N
51 KBFEL Y D1 LSPC-E N
52 ASIO1 N D2 LSPS N
53 ASIO2 N D3 LSPS-E N
54 ASIO8 N D4 REFEG N
55 ASIO9 N D5 RFBE N
56 ASIO10 N D6 SUMP N
57 JHC1 Y D7 ASIO15 N
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BMKs by
Function
58 KKSA Y D8 ASIO16 N
59 JNFFH1 Y D9 LBFH1 N
5A JNFFH2 Y DA LBFH2 N
5B DH N DB RPHTS Y
5C RESIL11 N DC RESOG11 N
5D RESIL12 N DD RESOG12 N
5E RESIL13 N DE RESOG13 N
5F RESIL14 N DF RESOG14 N
60 RESIL15 N E0 RESOG15 N
61 DEB-A N E1 LL-V N
62 DEVP N E2 Not used -
63 JBF Y E3 Not used -
64 JBF-A N E4 Not used -
65 JDEV N E5 Not used -
66 JKLB N E6 Not used -
67 JSBP N E7 Not used -
68 ASIO3 N E8 JBFFH1 Y
69 JSPE N E9 JBFFH2 Y
6A JSDC N EA LTAB N
6B ASIO4 N EB KASG N
6C JSPZS N EC LAS N
6D JUG N ED LBA1 N
6E JVSPC N EE LBA2 N
6F JZH N EF LGS1 N
70 KBF Y F0 JNFFP N
71 KBFH1 Y F1 Not used -
72 KBFH2 Y F2 Not used -
73 KBFH3 Y F3 Not used -
74 KEB Y F4 Not used -
75 KTHM N F5 Not used -
76 RFEFG N F6 KGS-A N
77 RFNOG N F7 LGS2 N
78 RNO Y F8 KUSSA N
79 RSPE N F9 KBA N
7A KCL N FA KKBA N
7B JSST N FB GA-D N
7C ASIO6 N FC GA-U N
7D JSDE N FD KGS1 Y
7E RESIG11 N FE KGS2 Y
7F RESIG12 N FF Not used -
Code BMK Function Critical Code BMK Function Critical
BMK Function Code Critical BMK Function Code Critical
ASIO1 52 N KL-V 0B N
ASIO10 56 N KL-X 0C Safety
ASIO11 C0 N KLC 47 N
ASIO12 C1 N KTDC 48 N
ASIO13 C2 N KTDCM10 49 N
ASIO14 C3 N KTHM 75 N
ASIO15 D7 N KTHMF 4A Y

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ASIO16 D8 N KTHS 30 N
ASIO2 53 N KUSSA F8 N
ASIO3 68 N KWSG 4B N
ASIO4 6B N KWSG-A 4C N
ASIO6 7C N LA 85 N
ASIO7 81 N LAB 83 N
ASIO8 54 N LAB-E 86 N
ASIO9 55 N LAS EC N
BUZZER1 82 N LB LB N
DAC 50 N LBA1 ED N
DC 01 N LBA2 EE N
DCH 05 N LBF CD N
DCW-D 08 N LBFC 88 N
DCW-U 07 N LBFC1 89 N
DDF 06 N LBFF BF N
DDFG 40 N LBFM CE N
DDFLI 27 N LBFSG 8A N
DEB-A 61 N LCH 8C N
DE-D 12 N LC 8B N
DE-U 11 N LCW-D 8E N
DEVP 62 N LCW-U 8D N
DFDC 04 N LDF 8F N
DGSC 03 N LDFC 90 N
DH 5B N LEB CF N
DLI 28 N LEF 91 N
DLI-D 2A N LBFH1 D9 N
DLI-U 29 N LBFH2 DA N
DSPCP 2C N LGEB 92 N
DT-O 2D N LGS 93 N
DT-S 2E N LGS1 EF N
DZHT-S 2F N LGS2 F7 N
GA BE N LJNO_REL 94 N
GA-D FB N LKLB 95 N
GA-U FC N LL-V E1 N
GAC 23 N LLI-D 98 N
JAB 31 N LLI-U 97 N
JBF 63 Y LLIC 96 N
JBF-A 64 N LNF 99 N
JBFF 32 Y LNFC 9A N
JBFF-A 33 N LNFF 9B N
JBFFG 17 Y LNOC 9C N
JBFFGH1 18 Y LRC-D 9E N
JBFFGH2 19 Y LRC-U 9D N
JBFFH1 E8 Y LSPC D0 N
JBFFH2 E9 Y LSPC-E D1 N
JBFH1 1A Y LSPS D2 N
JBFH2 1B Y LSPS-E D3 N
JBFL 21 Y LTAB EA N
JBFLH1 84 Y LTP-O A1 N
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JBFLH2 9F Y LVFC A2 N
JDC 02 N LW-D A4 N
JDE-D 14 N LW-U A3 N
JDE-U 13 N LWC-D A6 N
JDEV 65 N LWC-U A5 N
JDFDC 09 N LL-X A7 N
JDNF 0A N LZH A8 N
JDNFG 15 N MGTC A9 N
JHC1 57 Y RBF AA N
JKLB 66 N RBFF AB N
JKLBL 34 N RE-A AC N
JLC 35 N REFE1 AD N
JLI 36 N REFEG D4 N
JNFE 37 N REFEH1 AE N
JNFF 38 Y REFEH2 AF N
JNFFH1 59 Y REFEH3 B0 N
JNFFH2 5A Y RESIG1 1C N
JNFFP F0 N RESIG11 7E N
JNFF-S 39 Y RESIG12 7F N
JNO 3A N RESIG13 80 N
JPF 2B N RESIG2 1D N
JRV 3B N RESIG3 1E N
JRVM10 3C N RESIG4 1F N
JRVP 3D N RESIG5 20 N
JRVPM10 3E N RESIL1 0E N
JSBP 67 N RESIL11 5C N
JSDC JSDC N RESIL12 5D N
JSDCL 3F N RESIL13 5E N
JSDE 7D N RESIL14 5F N
JSPCG B3 N RESIL15 60 N
JSPE 69 N RESIL2 0F N
JSPZS 6C N RESIL3 10 N
JSPZSC 41 N RESOG11 DC N
JSST 7B N RESOG12 DD N
JTTC 16 N RESOG13 DE N
JUG 6D N RESOG14 DF N
JVEC 42 N RESOG15 E0 N
JVSPC 6E N RESOL1 C8 N
JVSPCL 43 N RESOL2 C9 N
JZH 6F N RESOL3 CA N
KASG EB N RESOL4 CB N
KBA F9 N RESOL5 CC N
KBF 70 Y RFBE D5 N
KBFEH 4F Y RFEF 4D N
KBFEL 51 Y RFEFG 76 N
KBFF 44 Y RFNO 4E N
KBFH1 71 Y RFNOG 77 N
KBFH2 72 Y RIB B1 N
KBFH3 73 Y RKTHMH B2 N
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6.2 BMK Single Codes for Zone NA
Summary This section gives an overview of the relevant BMK single codes for NA, which are used for
configuring landing or car options. There are two representations available:
A table with the BMKs sorted by hexadecimal code
A table with the BMKs sorted by function designation.
Critical I/Os are indicated in both tables.
BMKs by Code
KBFM B4 Y RNFF B5 N
KCL 7A N RNO 78 Y
KEB 74 Y RPHTS DB Y
KGEB 45 Y RRE-A B6 N
KGS1 FD Y RSM B7 N
KGS2 FE Y RSPE 79 N
KGS-A F6 N SUMC BA N
KKBA FA N SUMM BB N
KKLC C7 N SUMS BC N
KKL 46 N SUMSG BD N
KKSA 58 Y SUMP D6 N
KL-H 22 N VLSPZSC A0 N
KL-M 0D N VRA-A C4 N
BMK Function Code Critical BMK Function Code Critical
Code BMK Function Critical Code BMK Function Critical
00 Not used - 80 RESIG13 N
01 DC N 81 ASIO7 N
02 JDC N 82 BUZZER1 N
03 JLDOB N 83 LAB N
04 Not used N 84 JBFLH1 Y
05 JBFF-A N 85 LA N
06 DDF N 86 LAB-E N
07 DCW-U N 87 LB N
08 DCW-D N 88 LBFC N
09 KCL N 89 LBFC1 N
0A JDNF N 8A Not used -
0B KL-V N 8B LC N
0C KL-X Safety 8C VLBFSW N
0D KL-M N 8D LCW-U N
0E RESIL1 N 8E LCW-D N
0F RESIL2 N 8F LDF N
10 RESIL3 N 90 LDFC N
11 DE-U N 91 LEF N
12 DE-D N 92 LGEB N
13 JDE-U N 93 LEMT N
14 JDE-D N 94 LFFS N
15 JDNFG N 95 LKLB N
16 JLDOBA N 96 LLIC N
17 JBFFG Y 97 LLI-U N
18 JBFFGH1 Y 98 LLI-D N
19 JBFFGH2 Y 99 LNF N

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1A JBFH1 Y 9A LNFC N
1B JBFH2 Y 9B VLNF2 N
1C RESIG1 N 9C LNOC N
1D RESIG2 N 9D LRC-U N
1E RESIG3 N 9E LRC-D N
1F RESIG4 N 9F JBFLH2 Y
20 RESIG5 N A0 LSPZSC N
21 DHB N A1 LTP-O N
22 KSKHW Y A2 Not used -
23 DNFFCNCL N A3 LW-U N
24 DRECC-D N A4 LW-D N
25 DRECC-U N A5 LWC-U N
26 KSKHWA Y A6 LWC-D N
27 DDFLI N A7 LL-X N
28 DLI N A8 Not used -
29 DLI-U N A9 MGTC N
2A DLI-D N AA SHUNT N
2B JPF N AB Not used -
2C Not used - AC RE-A N
2D DT-O N AD LRNO1 N
2E DT-S N AE LRNO2 N
2F JACCEN N AF RNODNCE N
30 JACCENCK N B0 RNODNCE2 N
31 JAB N B1 RIB N
32 Not used - B2 RKTHMH N
33 Not used - B3 Not used -
34 JKLBL N B4 KBFM Y
35 JLC N B5 RNODNCEX N
36 JLI N B6 RRE-A N
37 JBAC N B7 RSM N
38 JNFF Y B8 RNODNCEX2 N
39 JBACPROG N B9 RNODNCR N
3A Not used - BA Not used -
3B JRV N BB Not used -
3C JRVM10 N BC Not used -
3D JRVP N BD Not used -
3E JRVPM10 N BE GA N
3F JSDCL N BF RNODNCR2 N
40 JBFL Y C0 ASIO11 N
41 JSPZSC N C1 ASIO12 N
42 JVEC N C2 RNODNCRX N
43 JVSPC N C3 RNODNCRX2 N
44 JEMT N C4 Not used -
45 KGEB Y C5 Not used -
46 KKL N C6 JEMTC N
47 KLC N C7 KKLC N
48 KTDC N C8 RESOL1 N
49 KTDCM10 N C9 RESOL2 N
4A KTHBRM N CA RESOL3 N
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4B Not used - CB RESOL4 N
4C JNFFHOLD N CC RESOL5 N
4D JNFFOFF N CD LBF N
4E JRECC N CE LBYP N
4F KBFEH Y CF LEB N
50 DAC N D0 LSPC N
51 KBFEL Y D1 LSPC-E N
52 ASIO1 N D2 LSPS N
53 ASIO2 N D3 LSPS-E N
54 ASIO8 N D4 Not used -
55 ASIO9 N D5 RFBE N
56 ASIO10 N D6 Not used -
57 JHC1 Y D7 Not used -
58 KKSA Y D8 Not used -
59 JNFFH1 Y D9 LBFH1 N
5A JNFFH2 Y DA LBFH2 N
5B DH N DB RPHTS Y
5C RESIL11 N DC RESOG11 N
5D RESIL12 N DD RESOG12 N
5E RESIL13 N DE RESOG13 N
5F RESIL14 N DF RESOG14 N
60 RESIL15 N E0 RESOG15 N
61 EQRESET N E1 LL-V N
62 JRECCCHECK N E2 REFE1 N
63 JBF Y E3 Not used -
64 JBF-A N E4 Not used -
65 JSKBYP N E5 Not used -
66 JKLB N E6 Not used -
67 Not used - E7 Not used -
68 ASIO3 N E8 JBFFH1 Y
69 JSPE N E9 JBFFH2 Y
6A JSDC N EA LTAB N
6B KSKBLDG Y EB KASG N
6C KSKLBY Y EC LAS N
6D JUG N ED LBA1 N
6E KSKMR Y EE LBA2 N
6F KSKMRA Y EF LGS1 N
70 RJBF Y F0 JVSPCL N
71 RJBFOFF N F1 RNOKNCRX N
72 RNO2 Y F2 RNOKNCRX2 N
73 RNOKNCE N F3 RNOPRW Y
74 KEB Y F4 RNOPRW2 Y
75 KTHM N F5 Not used -
76 RNOKNCE2 N F6 KGS-A N
77 RNOKNCEX N F7 LGS2 N
78 RNO Y F8 KUSSA N
79 RNOKNCEX2 N F9 KBA N
7A RNOKNCR N FA KKBA N
7B JSST N FB Not used -
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BMKs by
Function
7C ASIO6 N FC JSDE N
7D RNOKNCR2 N FD KGS1 Y
7E RESIG11 N FE KGS2 Y
7F RESIG12 N FF Not used -
Code BMK Function Critical Code BMK Function Critical
BMK Function Code Critical BMK Function Code Critical
ASIO1 52 N KTHM 75 N
ASIO10 56 N KTHBRM 4A N
ASIO11 C0 N KUSSA F8 N
ASIO12 C1 N LA 85 N
ASIO2 53 N LAB 83 N
ASIO3 68 N LAB-E 86 N
ASIO6 7C N LAS EC N
ASIO7 81 N LB 87 N
ASIO8 54 N LBA1 ED N
ASIO9 55 N LBA2 EE N
BUZZER1 82 N LBF CD N
DAC 50 N LBFC 88 N
DC 01 N LBFC1 89 N
DCW-D 08 N LBFH1 D9 N
DCW-U 07 N LBFH2 DA N
DDF 06 N LBYP CE N
DDFLI 27 N LC 8B N
DE-D 12 N LCW-D 8E N
DE-U 11 N LCW-U 8D N
DH 5B N LDF 8F N
DHB 21 N LDFC 90 N
DLI 28 N LEB CF N
DLI-D 2A N LEF 91 N
DLI-U 29 N LEMT 93 N
DNFFCNCL 23 N LFFS 94 N
DRECC-D 24 N LGEB 92 N
DRECC-U 25 N LGS1 EF N
DT-O 2D N LGS2 F7 N
DT-S 2E N LKLB 95 N
EQRESET 61 N LL-X A7 N
GA BE N LL-V E1 N
JAB 31 N LLIC 96 N
JACCEN 2F N LLI-D 98 N
JACCENCK 30 N LLI-U 97 N
JBAC 37 N LNF 99 N
JBACPROG 39 N LNFC 9A N
JBF 63 Y LNOC 9C N
JBF-A 64 N LRC-D 9E N
JBFF-A 05 N LRC-U 9D N
JBFFG 17 Y LRNO1 AD N
JBFFGH1 18 Y LRNO2 AE N
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JBFFH2 E9 Y LSPS-E D3 N
JBFH1 1A Y LSPZSC A0 N
JBFH2 1B Y LTAB EA N
JBFL 40 Y LTP-O A1 N
JBFLH1 84 Y LW-D A4 N
JBFLH2 9F Y LW-U A3 N
JDC 02 N LWC-D A6 N
JDE-D 14 N LWC-U A5 N
JDE-U 13 N MGTC A9 N
JDNF 0A N RE-A AC N
JDNFG 15 N REFE1 E2 N
JEMT 44 N RESIG1 1C N
JEMTC C6 N RESIG11 7E N
JHC1 57 Y RESIG12 7F N
JKLB 66 N RESIG13 80 N
JKLBL 34 N RESIG2 1D N
JLC 35 N RESIG3 1E N
JLDOBA 16 N RESIG4 1F N
JLI 36 N RESIG5 20 N
JNFF 38 Y RESIL1 0E N
JNFFH1 59 Y RESIL11 5C N
JNFFH2 5A Y RESIL12 5D N
JNFFHOLD 4C N RESIL13 5E N
JNFFOFF 4D N RESIL14 5F N
JPF 2B N RESIL15 60 N
JRECC 4E N RESIL2 0F N
JRECCCHECK 62 N RESIL3 10 N
JRV 3B N RESOG11 DC N
JRVM10 3C N RESOG12 DD N
JRVP 3D N RESOG13 DE N
JRVPM10 3E N RESOG14 DF N
JSDC 6A N RESOG15 E0 N
JSDCL 3F N RESOL1 C8 N
JSDE FC N RESOL2 C9 N
JSKBYP 65 N RESOL3 CA N
JSPE 69 N RESOL4 CB N
JSPZSC 41 N RESOL5 CC N
JSST 7B N RFBE D5 N
JUG 6D N RIB B1 N
JVEC 42 N RJBF 70 Y
JVSPC 43 N RJBFOFF 71 N
JVSPCL F0 N RKTHMH B2 N
KASG EB N RNO 78 Y
KBA F9 N RNO2 72 Y
KBFEH 4F Y RNODNCE AF N
KBFEL 51 Y RNODNCE2 B0 N
KBFM B4 Y RNODNCEX B5 N
KCL 09 N RNODNCEX2 B8 N
KEB 74 Y RNODNCR B9 N
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6.3 BMK Set Codes for NWRIO41 PCBs
Summary This section gives an overview of the relevant BMK set codes, which are used for
configuring building options on the NWRIO41 PCBs. There are three set code ranges, listed
in three different tables:
A table with the NA set code BMKs sorted by hexadecimal code (code range 01-6F)
A table with the general set code BMKs sorted by hexadecimal code (code range 70-9F)
A table with the EUAP set code BMKs sorted by hexadecimal code (code range A0-FE)
An additional table shows the BMK set codes sorted by set name.
BMKs by Code
(NA)
KGEB 45 Y RNODNCR2 BF N
KGS1 FD Y RNODNCRX C2 N
KGS2 FE Y RNODNCRX C3 N
KGS-A F6 N RNOKNCE 73 N
KKBA FA N RNOKNCE2 76 N
KKLC C7 N RNOKNCEX 77 N
KKL 46 N RNOKNCEX2 79 N
KKSA 58 Y RNOKNCR 7A N
KLC 47 N RNOKNCR2 7D N
KL-M 0D N RNOKNCRX F1 N
KL-V 0B N RNOKNCRX2 F2 N
KL-X 0C N RNOPRW F3 Y
KSKBLDG 6B Y RNOPRW2 F4 Y
KSKHW 22 Y RPHTS DB Y
KSKHWA 26 Y RRE-A B6 N
KSKLBY 6C Y RSM B7 N
KSKMR 6E Y SHUNT AA N
KSKMRA 6F Y VLBFSW 8C N
KTDC 48 N VLNF2 9B N
KTDCM10 49 N VLSPC D0 N
BMK Function Code Critical BMK Function Code Critical
Code Set Name BMK Function Pin
00 Not used
01 NS-SF1 RNO IN1
RNOPWR IN2
02 NS-SF2 RNO2 IN1
RNOPWR2 IN2
03 NS-SF1_Interlock RNOKNCE IN1
RNOKNCEX IN2
RNOKNCR IN3
RNOKNCRX IN4
RNODNCE OUT1
RNODNCEX OUT2
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BMKs by Code
(General)
04 NS-SF2_Interlock RNOKNCE2 IN1
RNOKNCEX2 IN2
RNOKNCR2 IN3
RNOKNCRX2 IN4
RNODNCE2 OUT1
RNODNCEX2 OUT2
RNODNCR2 OUT3
RNODNCRX2 OUT4
05 BR_Smoke_01 KSKMR IN1
KSKLBY IN2
KSKBLDG IN3
KSKMRA IN4
06 BR_JNFF_NA JNFF IN1
JNFFHOLD IN2
JNFFOFF IN3
DNFFCNCL IN4
07 INS_Car JRECC IN1
JRECCCHECK IN2
DRECC-D IN3
DRECC-U IN4
08 HAS_Car JACCEN IN1
JACCENCK IN2
09 EB_NA KEB IN1
KGEB IN2
EQRESET IN3
0A EB_NA_LI KGEB IN1
EQRESET IN2
0B BR_Smoke_02 KSKHW IN1
KSKHWA IN2
0C-6F Not used
Code Set Name BMK Function Pin
Code Set Name BMK Pin
70 Selec_Gray1 ICSSG-0 OUT1
ICSSG-1 OUT2
ICSSG-2 OUT3
ICSSG-3 OUT4
71 Selec_Gray2 ICSSG-4 OUT1
ICSSG-5 OUT2
ICSSG-6 OUT3
ICSSG-7 OUT4
72 Selec_Bin1 ICSSB-0 OUT1
ICSSB-1 OUT2
ICSSB-2 OUT3
ICSSB-3 OUT4
73 Selec_Bin2 ICSSB-4 OUT1
ICSSB-5 OUT2
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74 Floor_Gray1 ICSFG-0 OUT1
ICSFG-1 OUT2
ICSFG-2 OUT3
ICSFG-3 OUT4
75 Floor_Gray2 ICSFG-4 OUT1
ICSFG-5 OUT2
ICSFG-6 OUT3
ICSFG-7 OUT4
76 Floor_Bin1 ICSFB-0 OUT1
ICSFB-1 OUT2
ICSFB-2 OUT3
ICSFB-3 OUT4
77 Floor_Bin2 ICSFB-4 OUT1
ICSFB-5 OUT2
ICSFB-6 OUT3
ICSFB-7 OUT4
78 ResIOL_Set1 RESIL1 IN1
RESIL2 IN2
RESIL3 IN3
RESIL4 IN4
RESOL1 OUT1
RESOL2 OUT2
RESOL3 OUT3
RESOL4 OUT4
79 ResIOL_Set2 RESIL5 IN1
RESIL6 IN2
RESIL7 IN3
RESIL8 IN4
RESOL5 OUT1
RESOL6 OUT2
RESOL7 OUT3
RESOL8 OUT4
7A ResIOL_Set3 RESIL9 IN1
RESIL10 IN2
RESIL11 IN3
RESIL12 IN4
RESOL9 OUT1
RESOL10 OUT2
RESOL11 OUT3
RESOL12 OUT4
7B ResIOL_Set4 RESIL13 IN1
RESIL14 IN2
RESIL15 IN3
RESIL16 IN4
RESOL13 OUT1
RESOL14 OUT2
RESOL15 OUT3
RESOL16 OUT4
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7C ResIOL_Set5 RESIL17 IN1
RESIL18 IN2
RESIL19 IN3
RESIL20 IN4
RESOL17 OUT1
RESOL18 OUT2
RESOL19 OUT3
RESOL20 OUT4
7D ResIOG_Set1 RESIG1 IN1
RESIG2 IN2
RESIG3 IN3
RESIG4 IN4
RESOG1 OUT1
RESOG2 OUT2
RESOG3 OUT3
RESOG4 OUT4
7E ResIOG_Set2 RESIG5 IN1
RESIG6 IN2
RESIG7 IN3
RESIG8 IN4
RESOG5 OUT1
RESOG6 OUT2
RESOG7 OUT3
RESOG8 OUT4
7F ResIOG_Set3 RESIG9 IN1
RESIG10 IN2
RESIG11 IN3
RESIG12 IN4
RESOG9 OUT1
RESOG10 OUT2
RESOG11 OUT3
RESOG12 OUT4
80 ResIOG_Set4 RESIG13 IN1
RESIG14 IN2
RESIG15 IN3
RESIG16 IN4
RESOG13 OUT1
RESOG14 OUT2
RESOG15 OUT3
RESOG16 OUT4
81 ResIOG_Set5 RESIG17 IN1
RESIG18 IN2
RESIG19 IN3
RESIG20 IN4
RESOG17 OUT1
RESOG18 OUT2
RESOG19 OUT3
RESOG20 OUT4
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82 Voice_Gray1 VVCSG-0 OUT1
VVCSG-1 OUT2
VVCSG-2 OUT3
VVCSG-3 OUT4
83 Voice_Gray2 VVCSG-4 OUT1
VVCSG-5 OUT2
VVCSG-6 OUT3
VVCT OUT4
84-85 Not used
86 Door_STATUS LET-O OUT1
LET-S OUT2
LET-O2 OUT3
LET-S2 OUT4
87 ASIO_Set1 ASIO1 IN/OUT-1
ASIO2 IN/OUT-2
ASIO3 IN/OUT-3
ASIO4 IN/OUT-4
88 ASIO_Set2 ASIO5 IN/OUT-5
ASIO6 IN/OUT-6
ASIO7 IN/OUT-7
ASIO8 IN/OUT-8
89 ASIO_Set3 ASIO9 IN/OUT-9
ASIO10 IN/OUT-10
ASIO11 IN/OUT-11
ASIO12 IN/OUT-12
8A ASIO_Set4 ASIO13 IN/OUT-13
ASIO14 IN/OUT-14
ASIO15 IN/OUT-15
ASIO16 IN/OUT-16
8B ASIO_Set5 ASIO17 IN/OUT-17
ASIO18 IN/OUT-18
ASIO19 IN/OUT-19
ASIO20 IN/OUT-20
8C ASIO_Set6 ASIO21 IN/OUT-21
ASIO22 IN/OUT-22
ASIO23 IN/OUT-23
ASIO24 IN/OUT-24
8D ASIO_Set7 ASIO25 IN/OUT-25
ASIO26 IN/OUT-26
ASIO27 IN/OUT-27
ASIO28 IN/OUT-28
8E ASIO_Set8 ASIO29 IN/OUT-29
ASIO30 IN/OUT-30
ASIO31 IN/OUT-31
8F-9F Not used
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BMKs by Code
(EUAP)
Code Set Name BMK Pin
A0-C6 Not used
C7 BR_BE_L KBFEL -
C8 BR_BE_H KBFEH -
C9 BR_EN KBFF -
RBFF -
LBFM -
CA SO_SZ_1 JSO -
JSOP -
LSO -
CB SO_TC_2 LSO -
RSOC -
RSOD -
CC SO_AS_3 KSO -
LSO -
RSOF -
CD ALT_JBF_L JBFLH1 IN1
JBFLH2 IN2
CE EB_G_LI_2 KGEB IN1
KEB IN2
LEB OUT1
LGEB OUT2
CF GSU_G_1 KGS1 IN1
KGS2 IN2
LGS1 OUT1
LGS2 OUT2
D0 ZH_G_LI DZHT-S IN1
JZH IN2
LZH OUT1
SUMP OUT2
D1 ZH_LI DZHT-S IN1
LZH OUT1
D2 GSU_G_2 KGS1 IN1
KGS2 IN2
KGS-A IN3
LGS1 OUT1
LGS2 OUT2
D3 KBF_RNO_GUE RAB IN1
KBF IN2
RNO IN3
RBF OUT1
RE-A OUT2
RIB OUT3
RSM OUT4
D4 DF1_LI DDF IN1-n
LDF OUT1-n
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D6 EB_G_LI_1 DEB-A IN1
KEB IN2
KGEB IN3
LEB OUT1
LGEB OUT2
D7 JBFF_G JBFFG IN1
D8 NS_FF_OUT RBFF OUT1
REFE1 OUT2
RNFF OUT3
LAB OUT4
D9 NS_FF_LI RFEF IN1
RFNO IN2
RBFF OUT1
REFE1 OUT2
RNFF OUT3
DA TMX_L KTHMF IN1
DB TMX_G KTHM IN1
DC ZBZS_ZBC2_L JSPZSC IN1
JKLBL IN2
LSPS-E OUT1
DD ZBZS_DF_ZBC3_G JSPZS IN1
DDFG-k IN2
JKLB IN3
LSPS-E OUT1
DE JNFF_ALT2 JNFFH1 IN1
JNFFH2 IN2
LNFF OUT1
RNFF OUT2
DF KK_M10 KKLC IN1-n
E1 BR_LI REFEH1 OUT1
REFEH2 OUT2
REFEH3 OUT3
REFEG OUT4
E2 GUE RAB IN1
RBF OUT1
RE-A OUT2
RIB OUT3
RSM OUT4
E3 VS VVCSB-0 OUT1
VVCSB-1 OUT2
VVCSB-2 OUT3
VVCSB-3 OUT4
E4 VS1 VVCSB-4 OUT1
VVCSB-5 OUT2
VVCSB-6 OUT3
VVCT OUT4
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E5 JBFF_SET JBFF IN1
JBFF-A IN2
LBFF OUT1
RBFF OUT2
E6 JNFF_SET JNFF IN1
JNFF-A IN2
LNFF OUT1
RNFF OUT2
E7 JBF_L JBFL IN1
E8 DF1_JAB_NS DDF IN1
JAB IN2
JNO IN3
JNFE IN4
LAB OUT1
LAB-E OUT2
LDF OUT3
E9 NS_FF RFEF IN1
RFNO IN2
RNO IN3
RBFF OUT1
REFE1 OUT2
RNFF OUT3
REFEG OUT4
EA GAST DFDC IN1
LFDC OUT1
LGS OUT2
SUMS OUT3
EB BR_GB_ALT LBFM OUT1
LBFSG OUT2
SUMM OUT3
SUMSG OUT4
EC HT KTDCM10 IN1
MGTC OUT1
ED EB_LI KGEB IN1
LGEB OUT1
EE Not used
EF KK_LI KKL IN1-n
F0 JVSPCL_LI JVSPCL IN1-n
F1 ISK1 LSKT1 OUT1
LSKT2 OUT2
LSKT3A OUT3
LSKT3B OUT4
F2 ISK2 LSKT1 OUT1
LSKT2A OUT2
LSKT2B OUT3
LSKT3 OUT4
F3 ISK3 LSKT4 OUT1
LSKT5 OUT2
Code Set Name BMK Pin

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BMKs by Set
Name
F4 BR_G KBF IN1
KBF-H1 IN2
KBF-H2 IN3
KBF-H3 IN4
F5 JBF_SET JBF IN1
JBF-A IN2
LBF OUT1
F6 NS_G RFEFG IN1
RFNOG IN2
RNO IN3
REFEG OUT1
F7 FLC_FOF RSPE IN1-n
RFBE OUT1-n
F8 NF2 JDNFG IN1
JDNFG OUT1
F9 EB_G DEB-A IN1
KEB IN2
LEB OUT1
FA JSDC_G JSDC IN-n
FB JVSPC_G JVSPC IN-n
FC JSDE_G JSDE IN-n
FD JSST_G JSST IN-n
FE BR_ALT JBFH1 IN1
JBFH2 IN2
JBFFGH1 IN3
JBFFGH2 IN4
LBFH1 OUT1
LBFH2 OUT2
FF Not used
Code Set Name BMK Pin
Set Name Code Region Set Name Code Region
ALT_JBF_L CD EUAP JBFF_SET E5 EUAP
ASIO_Set1 87 All JNFF_SET E6 EUAP
ASIO_Set2 88 All JNFF_ALT2 DE EUAP
ASIO_Set3 89 All JSDC_G FA EUAP
ASIO_Set4 8A All JSDE_G FC EUAP
ASIO_Set5 8B All JSST_G FD EUAP
ASIO_Set6 8C All JVSPC_G FB EUAP
ASIO_Set7 8D All JVSPCL_LI F0 EUAP
ASIO_Set8 8E All KBF_RNO_GUE D3 EUAP
BR_ALT FE EUAP KK_LI EF EUAP
BRBE_L C7 EUAP KK_M10 DF EUAP
BRBE_L C8 EUAP NF2 F8 EUAP
BR_EN C9 EUAP NS_FF E9 EUAP
BR_G F4 EUAP NS_FF_LI D9 EUAP
BR_GB_ALT EB EUAP NS_FF_OUT D8 EUAP
BR_JNFF_NA 06 NA NS_G F6 EUAP
BR_LI E1 EUAP NS-SF1 01 NA
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BR_Smoke_02 0B NA NS-SF2 02 NA
DF1_JAB_NS E8 EUAP NS-SF2_Interlock 04 NA
DF1_LI D4 EUAP ResIOG_Set1 7D All
DF2_G D5 EUAP ResIOG_Set2 7E All
Door_STATUS 86 All ResIOG_Set3 7F All
EB_G F9 EUAP ResIOG_Set4 80 All
EB_G_LI_1 D6 EUAP ResIOG_Set5 81 All
EB_G_LI_2 CE EUAP ResIOL_Set1 78 All
EB_LI ED EUAP ResIOL_Set2 79 All
EB_NA 09 NA ResIOL_Set3 7A All
EB_NA_LI 0A NA ResIOL_Set4 7B All
FLC_FOF F7 EUAP ResIOL_Set5 7C All
Floor_Bin1 76 All Selec_Bin1 72 All
Floor_Bin2 77 All Selec_Bin2 73 All
Floor_Gray1 74 All Selec_Gray1 70 All
Floor_Gray2 75 All Selec_Gray2 71 All
GAST EA EUAP SO_SZ_1 CA EUAP
GSU_G_1 CF EUAP SO_TC_2 CB EUAP
GSU_G_2 D2 EUAP SO_AS_3 CC EUAP
GUE E2 EUAP TMX_G DB EUAP
HAS_Car 08 NA TMX_L DA EUAP
HT EC EUAP Voice_Gray1 82 All
INS_Car 07 NA Voice_Gray2 83 All
ISK1 F1 EUAP VS E3 EUAP
ISK2 F2 EUAP VS1 E4 EUAP
ISK3 F3 EUAP ZBZS_DF_ZBC3_G DD EUAP
JBF_L E7 EUAP ZBZS_ZBC2_L DC EUAP
JBF_SET F5 EUAP ZH_G_LI D0 EUAP
JBFF_G D7 EUAP ZH_LI D1 EUAP
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6.4 Changing Switches on LON PCBs
Summary Changes of the rotary codes or switches on the LON PCBs become only effective after
power-up.
Procedure Changed rotary codes and switch settings on a LON Interface PCBs will first become
effective after a power cycle of this PCB. Therefore proceed as follows to change the rotary
switch settings:
1) Remove PCB from power by unplugging LON connector.
2) Change rotary codes and switches on PCB.
3) Reconnect PCB to power by plugging in LON connector.
4) To become effective in the system, you must wait up to 1 minute.
5) This time can be reduced by pressing the service pin on the PCB.
6) Node status is now updated on SMLCD and CADI.
Exception For changes on the LONCPI or one of the connected NeuronWire PCB (NWIOD6,
NWIO36/NWIO236, NWIOC3) a power up is not sufficient. Changes of rotary codes and
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A.1 Technical Data
Mechanical Data
Electrical Data
Environmental
Data
Device Dimensions (HWD) [mm]
LIM Box,
Box for VSB
300 x 80 x 60
CIM Box Small 380 x 204 x 78
431.5 x 204 x 78 (with mounting brackets for horizontal mounting)
CIM Box Large 640 x 204 x 78
691.5 x 204 x 78 (with mounting brackets for horizontal mounting)
Building Interface Box
BIB
580 x 204 x 78
631.5 x 204 x 78 (with mounting brackets)
Door Interface Box
DIB
252 x 450 x 97
272 x 490 x 78 (with mounting brackets)
Voice Interface Box
VIB
150 x 123 x 61.5
150 x 162 x 61.5 (with mounting brackets)
Feature Description
PCB Output
Power
(per Output)
LONIO2/LONIO32 Maximum 0.3 A
(short-circuit protected: 1.7 A)
LONIOC3/LONIOC5 Typically 0.5 A, maximum 0.8 A
(short-circuit protected: 1.7 A)
LONPGIO/LONDGIO Buzzer: 0.05 A nominally to 0.2 A peak
DAG: 1 A nom. to 12 A peak
DE-U/-D: 0.25 A nominally to 1.7 A peak
Gong: maximum 0.5 W @ 8 , maximum 12 V
p
ICS: 0.05 A nominally to 0.5 A peak
PCB Audio
Output
VCA1/11 Loudspeaker: maximum 1 W @ 8 , maximum 4 V
p
Active speaker: maximum 1.75 V
p
@ 4.7 k and
maximum 100 pF impedance
Feature Description
Operation Ambient Operating Temperature 0 to +50 C for hoistway
Relative humidity < 95% non-condensing
Pollution Degree III (IEC 60644-1)
Altitude Maximum 2000 m
Standards IEC 68-2-1/2/3/38
Transport/
Storage
Temperature -25 to +55 C
+70 C not more than 24h
Relative humidity < 95% non-condensing
Vibration 100-500 Hz/1.04 g-rms/duration 1 hour
Standards MIL Std 810 E, Method 514.3
Category 1 - Basic Transportation
Common Carrier Environment
Enclosures COP Interface Module CIM IP21
Landing Interface Module LIM IP22
Building Interface Box BIB IP21
Door Interface Box DIB IP21
EMC Emission EN 12015:1998
Immunity EN 12016:1998
Safety - EN 81-1:1998