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MPU 2

APPLICATION GUIDE

2
REV.

29-02-2012
DATE Verification and Approval R.T.

INDEX

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INTRODUCTION .............................................................................. Page SYSTEM DESCRIPTION .................................................................. Page GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................... Page TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF THE CARDS WHICH MAKE UP THE MPU-2 SYSTEM....................................................................... Page 4.1 MICROPROCESSOR CARD (QCPU) ...................................................... Page 4.2 BASE INTERFACE CARD (QINB) ................................................... Page 4.3 CAR POSITION INTERFACE CARD (QPOS).................................... Page 4.4 EXPANSION CARD (QEXP) ........................................................... Page

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INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNAL ................................................................. Page 10 FUNCTION OF THE INPUTS/OUTPUTS R0R15 WITH COLLECTIVE OPERATION .................................................... Page 15 OPERATION .................................................................................... Page 7.1 ELECTRONIC SELECTOR ..................................................................... Page 7.2 NORMAL SERVICE ..................................................................... Page 7.3 INSPECTION OPERATION .......................................................... Page 7.4 ADJUSTMENT SERVICE ............................................................. Page 7.5 EMERGENCY OPERATION ......................................................... Page 7.6 V.I.P. CALL................................................................................. Page 17 17 18 19 19 20 20

7.7 FIREFIGHTER OPERATION ACCORDING TO EN81-72 ED EN81-73 ......................................... Page 20

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MPU-2 CONFIGURATION THROUGH MPU CONSOLE ................... Page 22 ALARM CODES ............................................................................... Page 29 EXAMPLES OF DIAGRAMS ............................................................. Page 32
10.1 EXAMPLE OF DIAGRAM FOR A.P.B. OPERATION CONTROLLER 2 SPEEDS.................................................................................. Page 10.3 EXAMPLE OF DIAGRAM FOR A.P.B. OPERATION CONTROLLER HYDRAULIC............................................................................................. Page 10.1 EXAMPLE OF DIAGRAM FOR A.P.B. OPERATION CONTROLLER HYDRAULIC WITH HYDROVERT .......................................................... Page 10.2 EXAMPLE OF DIAGRAM FOR SIMPLEX OPER. CONTROLLER WITH TAKEDO-3VF NXP........................................................................ Page

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DIMENSIONS AND FIXING .............................................................. Page 49 DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY .................................................. Page 51

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1 INTRODUCTION
MPU 2 is a microprocessor system designed and built by SMS for the operation of lifts. Compact and versatile, for the type of functions integrated in the card, it allows to reduce to the minimum the external components on the controller. It is suitable both for hydraulic and rope systems, with different types of driving and doors (see Chapter 3 GENERAL SPECIFICS). In the basic configuration, it is suitable for the following types of operation: AUTOMATIC PUSH BUTTON (A.P.B.) OPERATION up to SIMPLEX DOWN OPERATION SIMPLEX FULL OPERATION up to up to 16 9 6 28 stops stops stops stops.

With the addition of one or more expansion cards, use may be extended to: SIMPLEX OPERATION (down or full), DUPLEX, TRIPLEX up to

2 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
In the BASE configuration, the MPU-2 system is made up of 2 cards: one small card (QCPU see Chapter 4.1)), which contains the microprocessor and relative accessories, mounted through connectors on a basic card (QINB - see Chapter 4.2), which provides the interface with the power, shaft and car circuits. To signal the car position, it is necessary to connect one or more additional cards (QPOS see Chapter 4.3) As described in the previous paragraph, the type of application may require the addition of one or more expansion cards (QEXP - see Chapter 4.4).

3 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Installation of the cards which make up the MPU-2 system must be carried out inside controllers for lifts. The operating temperature must be between 0 and +50 C. The MPU-2 system manages the following functions: DRIVES - ROPE LIFT

HYDRAULIC LIFT

- AC 1 speed - AC 2 speed - VVVF (OPEN/CLOSED loop) - Direct Start up - Soft Starter start-up - HYDROVERT NOTE: for hydraulic drive, the MPU-2 card does not manage the re-leveling operation directly, it must be carried out with external circuits (see example of diagram at Chapter 10.2).

DOOR TYPES MANUAL SEMI-AUTOMATIC AUTOMATIC PARKING OPEN OR CLOSED SINGLE OR DOUBLE ENTRANCE SIMULTANEOUS OR SELECTIVE OPENING (the latter is only managed for A.P.B. operation)

OPERATIONS INSPECTION OPERATION (see Chapter 7.3) EMERGENCY OPERATION (see Chapter 7.5) FIREFIGHTER OPERATION according to EN81-72 EN81-73 (see Chapter 7.7) V.I.P. CALL (see Chapter 7.6) AUTOMATIC RESET TO THE TOP OR BOTTOM FLOOR UPON SYSTEM START-UP (see Chapter 7.1) AUTOMATIC RETURN TO A SELECTED FLOOR

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CAR POSITION CONTROL SYSTEM MONOSTABLE OR BISTABLE MAGNETIC SWITCHES

CONTROLS AND PROTECTIONS MOTOR THERMAL PROTECTION THROUGH THERMISTORS PHASE FAILURE / INVERSION MAXIMUM TRAVEL TIME (separated by HIGH/LOW speed) CAR LIGHT SHUT DOWN / TIMED FAN LAW 13 D.M. 236 (controls and signals)

STANDARDS AND DIRECTIVES LIFT DIRECTIVE EUROPEAN STANDARDS EMC DIRECTIVE EUROPEAN STANDARDS 95/16/EC EN 81-1 EN 81-2

2004/108/EC EN 12015 EN 12016

(See DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY Page 51)

4 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF THE CARDS WHICH MAKE UP THE MPU-2 SYSTEM


4.1 MICROPROCESSOR CARD (QCPU)
The QCPU card includes the following key components: 16 bit Microprocessor, with incorporated program memory E2PROM Memory, containing the programmable functions of the system (ex. number of stops, types of doors, etc.) and eventual alarm codes. The data contained in E2 PROM are stored also in case of power voltage failure. The modification to the functions and/or reading of alarm codes is possible through the MPU CONSOLE terminal. The QCPU card is powered by the QINB card and does not require any other connection. The jumpers on the J4 connector must never be removed or moved to other connectors, otherwise the good operation would be affected.

4.2 BASE INTERFACE CARD (QINB)


POWER SUPPLY
The QINB card must be powered to the 18-18 terminals (M9) with 18Vac +/- 10%. 24VDC voltage for the interface circuits and 5 VDC for the microprocessor are generated inside the card itself. IMPORTANT Do not power the card with different voltage from the one prescribed, also the 24VDC voltage negative (terminals 0 on M1-M5-M9-M12) MUST NOT be connected to the GROUND. To enable the Phase Failure/Inversion Control of the three-phase power voltage, 2 phases of this voltage must necessarily be connected to the S-T terminals of terminal board M9. In particular, R - S - T being the three phases, connect phases S and T to the corresponding terminals, while the 18Vac voltage must be derived from a transformer whose primary must be connected to the R and S phases.

INPUTS
No. 5 Optoisolated inputs to check status of safety circuits series Terminal boards M7 M8. Allowed voltage: 24 110V ac/dc. These inputs are made in conformity to the EN81 EUROPEAN STANDARDS. The status of each of these inputs is shown by the corresponding Green Rectangular LED. No. 44 24Vdc inputs for the signals coming from car and landing call push buttons, slowing and stop switches, maintenance push button board, door limit switches, photocells, etc. (see detailed list in Chapter 5). The status of each input is monitored by the corresponding Red LED. All the input circuits are protected against noises and overvoltage.

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No. 1 Thermistors Input, for motor thermal protection. Motor thermistors must be connected directly to the card, to the THM1 - THM2 terminals of Terminal board M3. When the protection is not active, the corresponding Red LED is ON.

OUTPUTS
No. 11 Relay output for the following controls (see detailed list on Chapter 5): - motor contactors (4 relays) - door motor contactors ( 1 or 2 car entrances) (2+2 relays) - retiring cam contactor - "OCCUPIED signal - power supply enable (FAULT relay) In the terminal board, voltage free contacts of these relays are available, whose features are: Nominal voltage: 250Vac Nominal load AC15: 400VA Breaking capacity DC1: 110V 0.3A Since the controls of the motor contactors may be connected downstream of safety circuits, the insulation distance is compliant to what is required by Appendix H of EN81 EUROPEAN STANDARD. No. 16 Transistor Outputs for signals COMING or REGISTERED M5 M6 Terminals. Maximum current supplied by each output = 250mA. The output transistors are protected by short circuit through PTC. The COMING or REGISTERED signal must be connected to the same terminals provided for the call push buttons, as illustrated in Figure 1 (only one wire for the push button/lamp connection to the board):
(PUSH BUTTONS COMMON) 24 Push button floor no.N Rn Signal floor no.N 0 (SIGNALS COMMON)

Fig. 1 No. 5 BINARY code outputs for the car position signal (Terminals B0, B1, B2, B3, B4 - Terminal board M1) These outputs cannot power lamps or displays directly, it is necessary to connect them to one or more QPOS interface cards (see Chapter 4.3). No. 8 Transistor Outputs for optional controls such as Gong, Overload, Next Car Leaving Direction, etc (Terminal board M12), Emergency, Law 13 (EMO, FLA M1 Terminal board) - See detailed list in Chapter 5. The outputs connected to M12 and M1 terminal board are open collector type and are NOT protected against short circuit. For this reason external relays with 24VDC coil, maximum current 50mA must be necessarily provided. The coils of the external relays must be connected between the relative terminal and 24, as indicated in the example in Fig.2 for the GONG signal. Always connect one fly-wheel diode parallel to the coil, as indicated in Fig.2. 24 Relay coil 24VDC 50mA

GONG Fig. 2 WARNING: A faulty connection may damage the circuits on the QINB card, and also the microprocessor on the QCPU card.

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SWITCHES - PUSH BUTTONS - DISPLAY


No.1 Switch (BEX) and 2 Push buttons (UP, DOWN) to control the movement of the car from the control board. This control excludes calls and allows to move the car between two or more floors as choice of the operator (see Chapter 5). No.1 2 digit display to view the car position. No.1 Switch (DGN) for the commutation of the function of the Display from Car Position to Alarm Codes. At any time (preferably with the car still at the floor), by turning the DGN switch to ON then using the UP or DOWN push button, the previously occurred alarms are displayed, in sequence (starting from the one with the lowest code, NOT in the sequence in which they occurred in time). In case of an alarm which causes the lift to be OUT OF SERVICE, the display automatically switches to the alarm code view, which flashes until normal operation is restored.

CONNECTORS
No.1 9 POLE connector (CN4), for the connection of the MPU CONSOLE terminal, to use for programming and diagnostics functions. WARNING Read Chapter 8.1 MPU CONSOLE CONNECTION carefully for the relative instructions. No.1 6 POLE TELEPHONE CONNECTOR (CN6), for serial connection with an eventual QEXP expansion card (if a second expansion card exists, it must be connected to the appropriate connector provided on the first one). No.1 6 POLE TELEPHONE connector (CN7), for serial connection with other MPU 2 systems, combined for DUPLEX or TRIPLEX operation.

SETTINGS
A JUMPER and some SOLDER POINTS allow to simply and directly vary certain operational features. JP1 SP2 SP1 SP3 SP4 SP5 SP6 SP7 = = = = = = Always in position 1 Always in position 2 AU-AD relay coil connection see Fig. 10 and Fig. 11 of Chapter 7.1 NUS-NDS Output types see Fig. 7 and Fig. 8 of Chapter 5 M12 Terminal board Always open Always in position 1

4.3 CAR POSITION INTERFACE CARD (QPOS)


The QPOS card is used to decode (from the binary to the decimal one) the signals on the B0B4 outputs of the QINB card, to control 16 car position signals. This means that up to 16 stops, only one card is needed, for a greater number of stops 2 cards are needed. Maximum current supplied by each output = 250mA. The output transistors are protected by short circuit through PTC. CONNECTIONS M1 Terminal board: Terminals 0-24 Terminals B0B4 M2 Terminal board: CS terminal Terminals S0S7 24VDC Power supply, connect to 0-VD+ of M1 of the QINB5 card. Connect to the corresponding M1 terminals of QINB5 card. Signals Common (+24V). Connect to the position lamps or to the display: for floors 07, with jumper J1 in position 015, for floors 1623, with jumper J1 in position 1631, M3 Terminal board: CS terminal Signals Common (+24V). Terminals S8S15 Connect to the position lamps or to the display: for floors 815, with jumper J1 in position 015, for floors 2427, with jumper J1 in position 1631 IMPORTANT For connection to the QPOS card, it is necessary to provide a DISPLAY with 24VDC power supply voltage and POSITIVE COMMON.

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4.4 EXPANSION CARD (QEXP)


TABLE 1 illustrates when it is necessary to provide the QEXP expansion cards and how many, depending on the type of operation and the number of stops.

OPERATION AUTOMATIC PUSH BUTTON (A.P.B.) SIMPLEX DOWN SIMPLEX DOWN SIMPLEX DOWN SIMPLEX FULL SIMPLEX FULL SIMPLEX FULL DUPLEX DUPLEX TRIPLEX TRIPLEX

STOPS Up to 16 Up to 9 From 10 to 16 From 17 to 28 Up to 6 From 7 to 16 From 17 to 28 From 2 to 16 From 17 to 28 From 2 to 16 From 17 to 28 Table 1

No. QEXP CARDS ----1 2 --1 2 1 3 (*) 1 4 (*)


(*) 1 expansion card + 1 expansion card for each car of the unit

POWER SUPPLY
The QEXP card must be powered on terminals 24V-0V (M1 terminal board) with 24Vdc from the appropriately provided output on card QINB5, meaning terminals 24EXP and 0EXP of Terminal board M13.

INPUTS
No. 36 24Vdc Inputs for the signals coming from car and landing call push buttons Terminal boards M2 M02 M3 M03 M4 (see detailed list in Chapter 6). The state of each of these inputs is monitored by the corresponding red LED. All the input circuits are protected against disturbances and overvoltage.

OUTPUTS
No. 36 Transistor outputs for signals REGISTERED Terminal boards M2 M02 M3 M03 M4 (see detailed list in Chapter 6). Maximum current supplied by each output = 250mA. The output transistors are protected against short circuit through PTC. The REGISTERED signal must be connected to the same terminals provided for the call push buttons, as illustrated in Figure 3 (only one wire for the push button/light connection to the board):
(PUSH BUTTONS COMMON) 24V Registered push button floor no.N Registered signal floor no.N 0V (SIGNALS COMMON)

Fig. 3

CONNECTORS
No.1 6 POLE TELEPHONE Connector (M5), for serial connection with the QINB basic card. No.1 6 POLE TELEPHONE connector (M6), for serial connection with the eventual second expansion card QEXP.

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SETTINGS
The QEXP card is set to assume different configurations, depending on the setting of the S1 Dip-Switch. The Dip-Switch S1 is made up of 8 switches, the three most significant (6-7-8) are not used, therefore the following will only be an indication of the configuration of switches 1-2-3-4-5. SW 1 A 0 SW 2 0 SW 3 0 SW 4 0 SW 5 0 MEANING Expansion for simplex number of stops 16: collects the up and down calls; the car calls are connected to the QINB card. Expansion for simplex number of stops > 16: collects the up and down calls from floors 015, SW4=1 indicates that there is an additional expansion for the upper floors. Expansion for simplex number of stops > 16: collects the up and down calls and the car calls from for floors beyond 15. Expansion for duplex number of stops 16: collects the up and down calls; the car calls are connected to the QINB card. Expansion for triplex number of stops 16: collects the up and down calls; the car calls are connected to the QINB card. Expansion for quadruplex number of stops 16: collects the up and down calls; the car calls are connected to the QINB card. Exapansion for duplex number of stops > 16 : collects the up and down calls from floors 015, SW4=1 indicates that there is an additional expansion for the upper floors. Exapansion for triplex number of stops > 16 : collects the up and down calls from floors 015, SW4=1 indicates that there is an additional expansion for the upper floors. Exapansion for quadruplex number of stops > 16 : collects the up and down calls from floors 015, SW4=1 indicates that there is an additional expansion for the upper floors. Expansion for multiplex with number of stops > 16 : collects the car calls from floors beyond 15, for car 1. Expansion for multiplex with number of stops > 16 : collects the car calls from floors beyond 15, for car 2. Expansion for multiplex with number of stops > 16 : collects the car calls from floors beyond 15, for car 3. Expansion for multiplex with number of stops > 16 : collects the car calls from floors beyond 15, for car 4. Table 2

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONNECTION OF THE EXPANSION CARDS FOR SIMPLEX, DUPLEX, TRIPLEX OPERATION
In case of SIMPLEX, DUPLEX, TRIPLEX operation.. up to 16 stops, the landing calls must be connected to the single EXPANSION card (terminals U0 C5), according to the 1st Table on page 16 (QEXP No.1), while the car calls must be connected to the relative MPU-2 card (terminals R0 R15). The QEXP cards which the landing calls are connected to, must be powered when even only one MPU-2 system is powered, therefore the 0V-24V terminals of these QEXP cards must be connected to the 0EXP24EXP terminals of all existing MPU-2 cards. The QEXP cards which only car calls are connected to, must be powered by the MPU-2 system which manages the relative car, therefore the 0V-24V terminals of these QEXP cards must be connected to the 0EXP-24EXP terminals of the corresponding MPU-2 card. EXAMPLE OF CONNECTION FOR 16 STOP SIMPLEX:
LANDING CALLS (015)
24V 0V

EXAMPLE OF CONNECTION FOR 16 STOP DUPLEX:


LANDING CALLS (015) CAR 1 CALLS (015)
24EXP 0EXP

CAR CALLS (015)


24EXP 0EXP

CAR 2 CALLS (015)


24EXP 0EXP CN6 CN7

M13

24V 0V

M13

M13

MPU-2

QEXP

M5 M6

CN6 CN7

Dip-Switch S1 10000

QEXP

M5 M6

CN6 CN7

Fig. 4

MPU-2 CAR 1

Fig. 5

In case of SIMPLEX, DUPLEX, TRIPLEX operation.. from 17 to 28 stops, the landing calls from floors beyond 15 must be connected to a second QEXP expansion card (terminals U0 D11), according to the 2nd Table on page 16. This same QEXP card will have connected the car calls beyond floor 15 of the simplex car or of the 1st car of the group. The car calls beyond floor 15 of each other car of the group must be connected to an other QEXP card (one for each car), to terminals C0 C11, according to the 2nd Table on page 16. EXAMPLE OF CONNECTION FOR 28 STOP TRIPLEX

LANDING CALLS (1627)


24V 0V

LANDING CALLS (015)


24V 0V

CAR 1 CALLS (015)


24EP 0EXP 24V 0V

CAR 2 CALLS (015)


24EP 0EXP 24V 0V

CAR 3 CALLS (015)


24EP 0EXP

MPU-2 CAR 2

QEXP 2

QEXP 1

MPU-2 CAR 1

QEXP 3

M5 M6

M5 M6

CN6 CN7

M5 M6

CN6 CN7

QEXP 4

M5 M6

CN6 CN7

CAR 1 CALLS (1627)

CAR 2 CALLS (1627)

CAR 3 CALLS (1627)

Fig. 6 QEXP 1 CARD QEXP 2 CARD Dip-Switch S1 01010 Dip-Switch S1 00001 QEXP 3 CARD QEXP 4 CARD Dip-Switch S1 10001 Dip-Switch S1 01001 9

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MPU-2 CAR 3

MPU-2 CAR 2

5 INPUT / OUTPUT SIGNALS (QINB CARD TERMINAL BOARDS)


TERMINAL BOARD M6
TERMINAL CODE 24 R0 R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 TERMINAL NUMBER M6 - 1 M6 - 2 M6 - 3 M6 - 4 M6 - 5 M6 - 6 M6 - 7 M6 - 8 M6 - 9

(INPUTS / OUTPUTS)
DESCRIPTION POWER SUPPLY 24VDC (+): inputs common CALL / SIGNAL FLOOR 0 CALL / SIGNAL FLOOR 1 CALL / SIGNAL FLOOR 2 CALL / SIGNAL FLOOR 3 CALL / SIGNAL FLOOR 4 CALL / SIGNAL FLOOR 5 CALL / SIGNAL FLOOR 6 CALL / SIGNAL FLOOR 7

NOTE: The R0R7 terminals have the configuration described above in case of A.P.B. OPERATION; for any type of COLLECTIVE OPERATION see Chapter 6.

TERMINAL BOARD M5
TERMINAL CODE 0 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12 R13 R14 R15 TERMINAL NUMBER M5 - 1 M5 - 2 M5 - 3 M5 - 4 M5 - 5 M5 - 6 M5 - 7 M5 - 8 M5 - 9

(INPUTS / OUTPUTS)
DESCRIPTION POWER SUPPLY 24VDC (): signals common CALL / SIGNAL FLOOR 8 CALL / SIGNAL FLOOR 9 CALL / SIGNAL FLOOR 10 CALL / SIGNAL FLOOR 11 CALL / SIGNAL FLOOR 12 CALL / SIGNAL FLOOR 13 CALL / SIGNAL FLOOR 14 CALL / SIGNAL FLOOR 15

NOTES: The R8R15 terminals have the configuration described above in case of A.P.B. OPERATION; for any type of COLLECTIVE OPERATION see Chapter 6. If the card is configured for A.P.B. OPERATION for a number of stops 8 and no double entrance is provided with selective opening, a CAR POSITION signal in decimal code will be present on the outputs corresponding to terminals R8 R15, one output per floor, (R8 corresponds to the signal of floor 0 and so on, until R15, which corresponds to the signal of floor 7). Therefore in this condition the QPOS card is not necessary: the position signals are powered with 24VDC (Max load = 250mA, with protection from short circuit) and in case of a display, it MUST be the NEGATIVE COMMON type (common cathode).

TERMINAL BOARD M4
TERMINAL CODE 24 DOL1 DCL1 URI DRI ULS DLS USS DSS TERMINAL NUMBER M4 - 1 M4 - 2 M4 - 3 M4 - 4 M4 - 5 M4 - 6 M4 - 7 M4 - 8 M4 - 9

(INPUTS)
DESCRIPTION POWER SUPPLY 24VDC (+): inputs common DOOR OPENING LIMIT SWITCH SIDE 1 DOOR CLOSING LIMIT SWITCH SIDE 1 INSPECTION UP PUSH-BUTTON INSPECTION DOWN PUSH-BUTTON TOP FLOOR LIMIT SWITCH BOTTOM FLOOR LIMIT SWITCH UP STOP SWITCH (DOWN SLOW DOWN) DOWN STOP SWITCH (UP SLOW DOWN)

NOTE: For the detailed operation of inputs ULS, DLS, USS, DSS see Chapter 7.1 - ELECTRONIC SELECTOR.

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TERMINAL BOARD M3
TERMINAL CODE ODI EC PE1 ODB CDB TDC EHC THM1 THM2 TERMINAL NUMBER M3 - 1 M3 - 2 M3 - 3 M3 - 4 M3 - 5 M3 - 6 M3 - 7 M3 - 8 M3 - 9

(INPUTS)
DESCRIPTION DOOR OPENING PUSH-BUTTON IN INSPECTION (N.O.) CAR OCCUPIED (load 1 person) PHOTOCELL SIDE 1 DOOR OPENING PUSH-BUTTON (N.C. - connect to 24V if not used) QUICK DOOR CLOSING PUSH-BUTTON CONTACTOR DROP DELAY See NOTES below See NOTES below THERMISTORS

NOTES: TDC: Input active only for VVVF drive; connect, if existing, to the VVVF output dedicated to the contactor control. If not connected, the contactor drop will be commanded after the stop command, with the delay set in parameter F17. EHC: Input used for management of FIREFIGHTING OPERATION according to EN81-72/73 (with UNI R00 software and following) - See operation description in Chapter 7.7. Connect to 0V if not used.

TERMINAL BOARD M2
TERMINAL CODE DOL2 DCL2 FC OCI ROP VIC ALL RES ID1 PE2 EA1 EA2 TERMINAL NUMBER M2 - 1 M2 - 2 M2 - 3 M2 - 4 M2 - 5 M2 - 6 M2 -7 M2 - 8 M2 - 9 M2 - 10 M2 - 11 M2 - 12

(INPUTS)
DESCRIPTION DOOR OPENING LIMIT SWITCH SIDE 2 DOOR CLOSING LIMIT SWITCH SIDE 2 COMPLETE CAR (load > 80% capacity) OVERLOADED CAR (load > 110% capacity) EMERGENCY V.I.P. CALL ALARM PUSH-BUTTON N.O. CONTACT ALARM RESET PHOTOCELL SIDE 2 EXTERNAL ALARM 1 EXTERNAL ALARM 2

See NOTES below See NOTES below See NOTES below See NOTES below See NOTES below See NOTES below

NOTES: VIC: V.I.P. CALL - See operation description at Chapter 7.6. ALL: Input which activates the alarm flashing signal at floors (FLA - Terminal board M1) requested by Law 13 (this Italian Law has now been overruled by European Standard EN81-28) RES: Input which causes the shut down of the flashing alarm at floors (FLA output) (Law 13). ID1: Input used for management of FIREFIGHTING OPERATION according to EN81-72/73 (with UNI R00 software and following) - See operation description of this operation in Chapter 7.7. EA1: The opening of this input causes the OUT OF SERVICE status with immediate car stop. For example it can be connected to the VVVF alarm contact. When the input is restored closed, the lift returns to normal service, with a start-up operation. Connect to 24V if not used. EA2: The opening of this input does not cause the system to go out of service, but only stops the car at the end of the ongoing run. For example it can be connected to the oil thermostat contact. Connect to 24V if not used.

TERMINAL BOARD M1
TERMINAL CODE VD+ 0 B0 B1 B2 B3 B4 EMO FLA ECL CRE BC TERMINAL NUMBER M1 - 1 M1 - 2 M1 - 3 M1 - 4 M1 - 5 M1 - 6 M1 - 7 M1 - 8 M1 - 9 M1 - 10 M1 - 11 M1 - 12

(OUTPUTS)
DESCRIPTION 24VDC POWER SUPPLY FOR CAR POSITION DECODING CARD (QPOS) BIT0 CAR POSITION DECODING BIT1 CAR POSITION DECODING BIT2 CAR POSITION DECODING BIT3 CAR POSITION DECODING BIT4 CAR POSITION DECODING EMERGENCY SIGNAL See NOTES FLASHING ALARM SIGNAL AT FLOORS See NOTES OCCUPIED SIGNAL (0V common) See NOTES COMMON FOR LANDING PUSH-BUTTONS See NOTES Not used
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The output activates in response to the activation of the ROP input (M2 - emergency operation activation) and remains active until the end of the operation itself. It can also be used to control an external signal. FLA: The output activates in response to the ALL input activation (M2 - alarm push button activation), in flashing mode. It can be used to control the signal of flashing alarm at floors, as requested by Law 13. ECL, CRE: terminals connected to a switching contact of the EC - OCCUPIED relay (NO contact on ECL and NC on CRE). See detailed diagram example at Chapter 10.1.

NOTES: EMO:

TERMINALS M7 AND M8 (INPUTS)


TERMINAL CODE SC1 SC1C SEX SEXC SC2 SC2C SC3 SC3C SC4 SC4C TERMINAL NUMBER M7 - 1 M7 - 2 M7 - 3 M7 - 4 M7 - 5 M8 - 1 M8 - 2 M8 - 3 M8 - 4 M8 - 5 DESCRIPTION OPTOISOLATED INPUT AT SAFETY CHAIN BEGINNING (downstream of the AUTOMATIC SWITCH) CONTROLLER GROUND OPTOISOLATED INPUT 1ST SAFETY CHAIN TRACT (downstream of the OVERTRAVEL SWITCH, which must be the 1st in the safety chain) CONTROLLER GROUND OPTOISOLATED INPUT 2ND SAFETY CHAIN TRACT (downstream of the PIT STOP, SPEED GOVERNOR, SAFETY GEAR, ETC., and of the NORMAL / INSPECTION SWITCH) See NOTES below CONTROLLER GROUND OPTOISOLATED INPUT 3RD SAFETY CHAIN TRACT (downstream of the CAR STOP (eventual, for existings systems), MANUAL CAR DOOR CONTACT, LANDING DOOR CLOSE CONTACTS) CONTROLLER GROUND OPTOISOLATED INPUT 4TH SAFETY CHAIN TRACT (downstream of the AUTOMATIC CAR DOOR CONTACT and of the LANDING DOOR LOCKED CONTACTS) CONTROLLER GROUND

NOTE: The SC2 input must always remain open during the INSPECTION OPERATION.

TERMINAL BOARD M9
TERMINAL CODE 18 18 24 0 RC S T TERMINAL NUMBER M9 - 1 M9 - 2 M9 - 3 M9 - 4 M9 - 5 M9 - 6 M9 - 7 M9 - 8 M9 - 9

(INPUTS)
DESCRIPTION 18VAC POWER SUPPLY FROM TRANSFORMER (primary connected to R S phases) 24VDC POWER SUPPLY FOR INPUTS/OUTPUTS or EMERGENCY POWER SUPPLY FROM BATTERIES MOTOR CONTACTOR CHECK S PHASE (220 or 380V for phase inversion/failure check) T PHASE

NOTES: RC: Input which controls the correct activation and deactivation of the motor contactors. It must be connected to the auxiliary contacts of the contactors which control the motor, the "glueing" of which could cause a dangerous operation. It is possible to set if the input must be active HIGH (N.A. contacts in parallel) or active LOW (N.C. contacts in series)

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TERMINAL BOARD M10 (OUTPUTS)


TERMINAL CODE CS HS HSNC LS AUP ADP HSU HSD TERMINAL NUMBER M10 - 1 M10 - 2 M10 - 3 M10 - 4 M10 - 5 M10 - 6 M10 - 7 M10 - 8 M10 - 9 DESCRIPTION HIGH/LOW SPEED CONTROL COMMON HIGH SPEED CONTROL (N.O. contact) HIGH SPEED CONTROL (N.C. contact) LOW SPEED CONTROL UP/DOWN RELAY ACTIVATION PERMIT (AU, AD) FROM TOP/BOTTOM FLOOR LIMIT SWITCHES HIGH SPEED RELAYS ACTIVATION PERMIT (HS) FROM TOP/BOTTOM FLOOR LIMIT SWITCHES

NOTES: AUP, ADP: To connect only for 1 SPEED systems see diagram example on Page 19 Fig.10 and 11. HSU, HSD: Do NOT connect for 1 SPEED systems see diagram example on Page 19 Fig.10 and 11.

TERMINAL BOARD M11 (OUTPUTS)


TERMINAL CODE CA AD AU CD DO1 DC1 DO2 DC2 CAM OS2 OS1 TERMINAL NUMBER M11 - 1 M11 - 2 M11 - 3 M11 - 4 M11 - 5 M11 - 6 M11 - 7 M11 - 8 M11 - 9 M11 - 10 M11 - 11 M11 - 12 DESCRIPTION UP/DOWN CONTROL COMMON DOWN CONTROL UP CONTROL DOOR AND RETIRING CAM CONTROL COMMON DOOR OPENING CONTROL SIDE 1 DOOR CLOSING CONTROL SIDE 1 DOOR OPENING CONTROL SIDE 2 DOOR CLOSING CONTROL SIDE 2 SIDE 2 RETIRING CAM CONTROL ALARM RELAY (OS) N.O. VOLTAGE FREE CONTACT (to connect upstream of the safety chain)

TERMINAL BOARD M12 (OUTPUTS)


TERMINAL CODE 24 0 GONG MS OCO NUS NDS LC TERMINAL NUMBER M12 - 1 M12 - 2 M12 - 3 M12 - 4 M12 - 5 M12 - 6 M12 - 7 M12 - 8 M12 - 9 DESCRIPTION 24VDC POWER SUPPLY FOR OPTIONAL EXTERNAL RELAYS GONG SIGNAL CONTROL MEDIUM SPEED CONTROL OVERLOADED CAR WARNING SIGNAL CONTROL NEXT CAR LEAVING DIRECTION UP SIGNAL CONTROL NEXT CAR LEAVING DIRECTION DOWN SIGNAL CONTROL CAR LIGHT / FAN CONTROL

NOTES: NUS, NDS: The NUS and NDS outputs, in case of A.P.B. operation, can be used to control the eventual car run direction signal.
EXAMPLES OF POSSIBLE CONNECTIONS SP4 and SP5 IN POSITION 1
24V 24V

With solder points SP4 and SP5 in position1, a max load of 250mA can be connected directly on each output with protection against short circuit. The common of the lamps or leds must be connected to 0 (NEGATIVE COMMON)

NUS

NDS

ULN NDS

NUS

Fig.7
0

Fig.8

SP4 and SP5 IN POSITION 2

With solder points SP4 SP5 in position 2, it is possible to connect the open collector type outputs with POSITIVE COMMON (identical to that of MPU-1 system). But in this case there is no protection against the short circuit, so it is necessary to connect an external relay as indicated in Figure 8.

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TERMINAL BOARD M13


TERMINAL CODE 24EXP 0EXP TERMINAL NUMBER M13 - 1 M13 - 2 DESCRIPTION 24VDC POWER SUPPLY FOR EXPANSION CARD

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6 FUNCTION OF R0 R15 INPUTS/OUTPUTS (TERMINAL BOARDS M5 /M6) FOR COLLECTIVE OPERATION


6.1- SIMPLEX DOWN OPERATION WITHOUT EXPANSION --- MAX NUMBER OF STOPS = 9
TERMINAL CODE R0 R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12 R13 R14 R15 DESCRIPTION Car call input (car call registered output) BOTTOM floor Landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 1 Landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 2 Landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 3 Landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 4 Landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 5 Landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 6 Landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 7 Car call input (car call registered output) floor 1 Car call input (car call registered output) floor 2 Car call input (car call registered output) floor 3 Car call input (car call registered output) floor 4 Car call input (car call registered output) floor 5 Car call input (car call registered output) floor 6 Car call input (car call registered output) floor 7 Car call input (car call registered output) TOP floor

To select the SIMPLEX DOWN OPERATION UP TO 9 STOPS, set F03 = "SIMPLEX DOWN" If the stops are less than 9, the push buttons and signals relative to the top/bottom floors must still be connected to terminals R0 and R15, respectively. 6.2- SIMPLEX FULL OPERATION WITHOUT EXPANSION --- MAX NUMBER OF STOPS = 6
TERMINAL CODE R0 R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12 R13 R14 R15 DESCRIPTION UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 0 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 1 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 2 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 3 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 4 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 1 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 2 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 3 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 4 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 5 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 0 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 1 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 2 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 3 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 4 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 5

6.3- SIMPLEX FULL OR DOWN OPERATION, WITH 1 OR 2 EXPANSIONS --- MAX NUMBER OF STOPS = 28
TERMINAL CODE R0 R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12 R13 R14 R15 DESCRIPTION CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 0 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 1 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 2 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 3 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 4 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 5 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 6 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 7 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 8 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 9 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 10 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 11 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 12 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 13 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 14 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 15

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TERMINAL CODE QEXP CARD No.1 U0 U1 U2 U3 U4 U5 U6 U7 U8 U9 U10 U11 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 C0 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 TERMINAL CODE QEXP CARD No. 2 U0 U1 U2 U3 U4 U5 U6 U7 U8 U9 U10 U11 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 C0 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11

DESCRIPTION UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 0 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 1 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 2 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 3 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 4 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 4 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 6 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 7 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 8 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 9 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 10 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 11 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 12 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 13 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 14 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 1 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 2 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 3 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 4 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 5 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 6 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 7 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 8 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 9 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 10 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 11 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 12 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 13 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 14 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 15 DESCRIPTION UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 15 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 16 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 17 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 18 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 19 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 20 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 21 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 22 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 23 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 24 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 25 UP landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 26 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 16 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 17 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 18 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 19 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 20 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 21 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 22 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 23 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 24 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 25 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 26 DOWN landing call input (landing call registered output) floor 27 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 16 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 17 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 18 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 19 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 20 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 21 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 22 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 23 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 24 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 25 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 26 CAR call input (car call registered output) floor 27
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7 OPERATION
The MPU-2 system manages the electronic selector (7.1) and the OPERATION of the lift in the following different conditions: - normal operation (7.2) - inspection operation (7.3) - adjustment service (7.4) - emergency operation (7.5) - V.I.P. call (7.6) - firefighter operation according to EN81-72 and EN81-73 (7.7)

7.1- ELECTRONIC SELECTOR


The card uses the signal of two switches placed on the car as references for the position of the car itself, connected to the USS and DSS inputs. The following Figure 9 shows the sequence of commutations of USS, DSS, ULS and DLS. USS N DSS ULS DLS

= magnet

~2 cm

Z2

2
X2 Z1

X1

Y1

Y2

~2 cm

Fig. 9

X1 = UP slowing-down Y1 = DOWN slowing-down Z1 Z2 = door zone

X2 = UP stop Y2 = DOWN stop

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The triggering of the selector, and consequently the eventual slowing-down, is controlled in UP direction by DSS and in DOWN direction by USS. If necessary, for example because of the speed of the system or the distance between floors, the magnets which control the slowing down may "cross" each other, meaning the magnet which controls the slowing down for the next floor can be placed soon after the magnets of the floor zone, at a distance of a few centimeters to allow the correct input reading (the distance depends on the nominal system speed). For most cases, 5 cm are enough, therefore the minimum distance between floors which the MPU-2 system can manage is equal to the slowing down space + the Z1/Z2 space + 5 cm. The stop at the floor, if the car has slowed-down, is controlled in UP direction by USS and in DOWN direction by DSS (the stop occurs when both switches are engaged). The selector is updated each time the car reaches an extreme floor: two switches are provided, a top limit switch (ULS) and a bottom limit switch (DLS), which directly control the slowing down and set the selector to the respective extreme floor. The ULS and DLS limit switches must be of N.C. type, while for slowing down and stopping (USS and DSS) it is possible to set the N.O. type (normally open, which closes when activated by the magnet) through the MPU CONSOLE, or N.C., as long as it is the same for both. SMS supplies cards previously set for the N.C. type. The selector carries out its start-up bringing the car to an extreme floor each time there is a power supply failure, or returning to normal operation after certain types of alarms have occurred, like for example a maximum travel time intervention or a motor thermal protection intervention, faulty phase sequence, etc. During start-up, the car position is not definite for the card, therefore the display shows the symbol - - : it will be appropriately updated when the car will stop at the extreme floor and open the doors. The start-up is carried out differently in function of the position of the car and the type of drive provided: Car outside of the slowing zone of the bottom floor: starts in down direction in high speed and stops when the DLS switch opens (1 speed system), or slows down when DLS opens and stops at the opening of USS and DSS (in all other types of drive). Car in the slowing zone of the bottom floor but not at the floor's level: 1 or 2 speed system: starts in up direction in high speed and stops when the ULS switch opens (1 speed system), or slows down when ULS opens and stops with the opening of USS and DSS (2 speed system). Hydraulic system or with VVVF drive: starts in down direction in low speed and stops at the bottom floor when the USS and DSS switches are opened.

7.2- NORMAL OPERATION


It provides full control of the lift's operating logic, which may be of A.P.B., simplex down, simplex full, duplex or triplex type. The starting is prepared activating the CAM output when the doors are closed, thern, 200 milliseconds after the closing of the SC4 input (landing door locked), the actual starting is activated and, except for particular cases, it always occurs in high speed, with the activation of the AU output (up) or AD (down) and simultaneously HS (high speed). Slowing down is carried out by opening HS and activating the LS output (low speed). The stop at the floor occurs by opening LS. The opening of AU / AD can be simultaneous to LS (for 2 speed or hydraulic systems without VVVF), or it can be appropriately delayed for systems with VVVF drive. The delay can be programmed through an appropriate internal timer (see Chapter 8.5 - Function F 17), or, if the contactor control contact, which is eventually in the VVVF drive, can be used: connect this contact (which must close during the run and open with delay at stop at floor) to the TDC input: this way the AU / AD relay opening (and consequently the opening of the motor contactors) will be controlled by the VVVF at the appropriate time. To still guarantee stop at the extreme floors, even in case of microprocessor fault, the switches of the extreme floors (ULS and DLS) act as input signals for the microprocessor, but also directly on the HS output relay (high speed) for the 2 speed systems, with VVVF or hydraulic, or directly on the AU (up) or AD (down) output relays for the 1 speed systems. The AUP, ADP, HSU, HSD terminals are provided for this purpose on the QINB card, along with the SP1 and SP3 solder points. The following Figure 10 and 11 show the connections which must be wired in the above two cases.

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ULS

DLS

SP1 and SP3 IN POSITION 2

ULS

DLS

AUP

ADP

24

HSU

HSD

AU QINB CARD

AD

HS

Fig.10: AUP, ADP terminal connection, HSU, HSD and SP1-SP3 solder points for 1 speed systems

ULS

DLS

SP1 and SP3 IN POSITION 1

D HSU

U HSD

ULS

DLS

AUP

ADP

24

QINB CARD

AU

AD

HS

Fig.11: AUP, ADP terminal connection, HSU, HSD and SP1-SP3 solder points for 2 speed, hydraulic or VVVF systems.

7.3- INSPECTION OPERATION


During INSPECTION operation, the maintenance technician operates the elevator on the car roof (dead man). The microprocessor monitors the inspection board control state via the SC2 input (SC2 = 0 inspection in progress) and controls the car movement when inputs URI (UP) or DRI (DOWN) are activated via an auxiliary contact of the maintenance control buttons. There is also the ODI input for opening the automatic doors (dead man). The run in inspection can be carried out in high or low speed (programmable via the MPU CONSOLE). If high speed mode is required, the low speed control is actuated for 3 seconds anyway, after which the system switches to high speed: this is to allow the operator to approach a specific point with low speed precision if necessary. During the run in inspection, the car position is "cancelled", therefore the "- -" symbol will appear on the display. At the return in normal service, the start-up is carried out with subsequent update of the car position.

7.4- ADJUSTMENT SERVICE


In adjustment service, the maintenance operator may control the car movement via the controller, while normal calls to the elevator are excluded. For this purpose a (BEX) switch and two push buttons (UP, DOWN) are provided on the QINB card. By switching the BEX switch to ON, the ADJUSTMENT service is activated and normal service is excluded. If the BEX switch is closed during run, the adjustment service is enabled only after the car has stopped at floor and the doors have opened. The UP and DOWN push buttons control car movement; the car moves in high speed while the button is held down. When the button is released, high speed continues until the car encounters a slowing-down zone, at which point it slows down and stops at the next floor.
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If the button opposite to the running direction in progress is pressed (e.g. DOWN while the lift is going UP), the system stops immediately.

7.5- EMERGENCY OPERATION


The emergency operation, to bring the car to the floor when the mains power has failed, is enabled by closing the ROP input. When ROP is ON, phase control is immediately disabled, then the operating mode is different for hydraulic lifts and rope lifts. a) Hydraulic lifts After 5 seconds from ROP activation, the car carries out a run in down direction to the bottom floor. Once reaching the floor, the eventual automatic doors open. At the end of the opening, any other function is disabled until the ROP input returns to OFF, after which the system returns to normal service carrying out a start-up. b) Electric lifts After 5 seconds from ROP activation, the card commands the car to start in down direction: you cannot know which direction the car will take, because it depends on the load, but the speed will certainly be decreased because controlled by an emergency inverter (PWM). The lift stops (without slowing down) at the first stopping zone it encounters, i.e. when USS and DSS are both engaged), the eventual automatic doors open. At the end of the opening, any other function is disabled until the ROP input returns to OFF, after which the system will return to service carrying out a start-up.

7.6- V.I.P. CALL


At the floor of the V.I.P. call, there is a key switch (VIC input). When the key is put on (VIC=ON), the existing calls are cancelled, and it is no longer possible to register other calls. The car reaches the floor of the V.I.P. call (set in F 15 through the MPU CONSOLE - see Chapter 8.5) as quickly as possible, meaning: a) if the car is still, it immediately leaves towards the floor of the V.I.P. call. b) if the car is running in the direction compliant to that requested by the V.I.P. call, it continues the run until it reaches the floor of the V.I.P. call. c) if the car is running in a direction that is not compliant to that requested by the V.I.P. call, it slows down and stops at the first floor it encounters, it does not open the doors, and after 2 seconds it leaves again in the opposite direction to serve the V.I.P. call. At the arrival of the car at the desired floor, the VIC key is removed and the system returns to the normal operation conditions. In case of AUTOMATIC PUSH BUTTON operation (A.P.B.) the "V.I.P." user still has priority for a few seconds, to carry out its call. In case of COLLECTIVE operation, it is appropriate to provide a second switch key in the car to simulate the "full car status (FC input): this way the "V.I.P." user can reach the desired floor without the car stopping to serve other eventual external calls.

7.7- FIREFIGHTER OPERATION ACCORDING TO EN81-72 AND EN81-73


The firefighter operation is possible in 2 modes: 1) Behavior in case of fire (EN81-73) 2) Fire prevention lift operation by firefighters (EN81-72) Both operations provide a first phase, indicated in the Standards as PHASE1, in which the activation of the operation brings the car to a programmable floor, with subsequent opening of the doors. In particular: a) if the car is still, it immediately leaves towards the firefighter floor. b) if the car is running in the direction compliant to that requested by the firefighter operation, it continues the run until it reaches the firefighter floor. c) if the car is running in a direction that is not compliant to that requested by the firefighter operation, it slows down and stops at the first floor it encounters, it does not open the doors, and it leaves again in the opposite direction towards the firefighter floor. If the lift is built-up in compliance to EN81-72 Standards, there is a second phase, called PHASE2, in which the firefighters may move the car under their own exclusive control. For more detailed information, reading the referential Standards is advised. For FIREFIGHTER OPERATION management you must use the existing inputs in the QINB card which are no longer used for other functions (EHC, ID1), the ALL and RES inputs as well as VIC and ODB.

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Also, there are 4 programmable functions via the MPU CONSOLE device, as indicated in Chapter 8.5: they are F 44, F 45, F 46, F 47, reported here for clarity and explained as follows:

F FUNCTION
F 44

ALLOWED VALUES DEFAULT


NONE

FIREFIGHTER OPERATION - NONE - EN81 72 - EN81 73 FIREFIGHTER FLOOR 1 FIREFIGHTER FLOOR 2 DOOR CLOSING PHASE 1 0 Fmax 0 Fmax - NO - YES

F 45 F 46 F 47

0 0
NO

Fmax = TOP FLOOR

The F 44 Function determines the functionality of the FIREFIGHTER OPERATION. If the function is set as "NONE", the EHC and ID1 inputs are not considered and the ALL and RES inputs are normally used for the "Law 13" function. If the function is programmed as EN81-73 or EN81-72, the lift must be built in order to satisfy the referential Standards, moreover, according to EN81-72, the ALL and RES inputs are no longer available by Law 13. EHC Input KEY SWITCH AT FLOOR, used as request for FIREFIGHTER OPERATION, with arrival of the car at the floor defined by Function F 45 FIREFIGHTERS FLOOR 1. The status of the input must be ON with firefighter operation. NOT ACTIVE (N.C. contact). KEY SWITCH AT FLOOR, used as request for FIREFIGHTER OPERATION, with arrival of the car at the floor defined by Function F 46 FIREFIGHTERS FLOOR 2. The status of the input must be ON with firefighter operation. NOT ACTIVE (N.C. contact). KEY SWITCH EXTERNAL TO THE CAR, for activation of PHASE2 of firefighter operation type EN81-72, to allow firefighters to move the car towards a desired floor. As defined in point 5.8.8 g) of the Standards, if the key is removed when the car is at a different floor than the designated one, it closes the doors and goes to the designated floor. The status of the input must be OFF with PHASE 2 not active (N.O. contact). KEY SWITCH IN THE CAR, for activation of PHASE2 of firefighter operation type EN81-72, to allow firefighters to move the car towards a desired floor. As defined in points 5.8.8 g) and h) of the Standards, it has priority compared to the external switch, and if the key is removed when the car is at a different floor than the designated one, it closes the doors and remains still. The status of the input must be OFF with PHASE 2 not active (N.O. contact).

ID1 Input

ALL Input

RES Input

Also: VIC Input ADDITIONAL EXTERNAL CONTROL used to bring the lift to the designated floor (1 or 2 according to the EHC or ID1 activation input) by the firefighters, with lift compliant to EN8172, after the designated floor has first been reached, then left for a operation controlled by a firefighter in the car. This option is described at point 5.8.2 of the Standards. The status of the input must be OFF with non active operation (N.O. contact). The DOOR OPENING PUSH BUTTON operates in PHASE1 and in PHASE 2 of the EN8172 operation for opening of the car doors, as indicated in points 5.8.7 b) and 5.8.8 e) of the Standards. Also it can be activated at the end of PHASE1 of the EN81-73 operation as door opening push button, in the countries where car parking with doors open is not permitted, as indicated in point 5.3.5 of the Standards. In fact, by programming Function F 47 DOOR CLOSING PHASE 1 to 'YES', after 20 seconds from arrival of the car to the designated floor, the doors close automatically and may be re-opened by pressing the ODB push button. If the operation is type EN81-72 or if the F 47 value is set to 'NO', this function is not active and at the end of PHASE 1 the doors remain open. The status of the input must be ON in case of non activated push button, as for the normal operation (N.C. contact).

ODB Input

In case of return of the activation inputs to normal conditions, the system can return to normal operation only if it has been brought back to the firefighter floor from which the operation started (Point 5.8.8 m ) of the Standards).

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NOTE relative to Functions 45 and F 46 Function F 45 is the designated firefighters floor no.1, activated by the EHC input, prior compared to ID1, which is instead relative to the F 46 function, designated firefighters floor no.2. The programmable value in F 45 and F 46 goes from 0 to the top floor, but 0 defines the "not leaving" of the car during PHASE1, meaning the opening of the doors directly at the floor in which the lift is stopped. This means that if you want to bring the lift to floor 0, actually you need to set for example F 45 = 1. More generally, when the lift needs to be brought to a specific floor, the value of F45 and F46 must be set at the floor number plus 1.

8 MPU-2 CONFIGURATION THROUGH MPU CONSOLE


The configuration of the MPU-2 system, setting the system characteristics and the customization of data like timers or other operating options, is carried out through the MPU-CONSOLE device, which also allows access to the diagnostics of alarms occurred during use, stored on the control board (see Chapter 9). MPU CONSOLE is equipped with a customizable access code, without which it is impossible to access any function of the programmer.
F04

REA

Drive Type

2 Speed
read run fault

8.1- MPU CONSOLE CONNECTION


-

Ensure that the lift is still at floor with the empty car and that it is not accessible by any user; disconnect the power supply from the MPU-2 system and open the operation valve. Check that Solder Point SP2 on the QINB card is in position 1, then insert the cable (supplied with the male DB9 connector) in the CN4 connector on the QINB card. Power the MPU-2 system and proceed to programming as illustrated in Chapter 8.4. Once programming is finished, disconnect the power supply, disconnect MPU CONSOLE and power the card and the operation again: the system will carry out a start-up, then will be ready for normal operation.

8.2- DESCRIPTION OF KEYBOARD AND DISPLAY


MPU CONSOLE is made up of a liquid crystals display screen with 9 keys and 3 leds. The description of keys and leds is reported in the following Tables 1 and 2. KEY
ARROW UP ARROW DOWN LEFT ARROW RIGHT ARROW ENTER RESET SELECT START STOP

FUNCTION
Skips to next function or increase the value of the selected function Skips to the previous function or decrease the value of the selected function. Cancels a modification done before pressing ENTER , moves the cursor to the left on the desired digit for a modification. Starts a function modification, moves the cursor on the desired digit for a modification. Confirms the value of the function just modified. Allows to reset alarms and counters. Allows passage between types of parameters (functions, alarms, counters, access) Pressed along with ARROW UP, increases the number of the function to work on by 10. Pressed along with ARROW DOWN, decreases the number of the function to work on by 10. NOT USED

Table 3 LED
READY RUN FAULT

FUNCTION
ON when the correct access code has been entered NOT USED ON during alarm display, if any.

Table 4

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8.3- DEVICE OPERATION


The data accessible with MPU CONSOLE are divided in 4 menus , which can be selected with key SELECT and identified by the first letter at top left of the display. This letter means : A : Access menu Allows to modify the access code and language of the display. F : Functions menu Allows the modification of configuration of the MPU-2 card (lift data). E : Alarms menu Allows the display and reset of the alarms (see Chapter 9). C : Counters menu Allows the display of statistical data about lift system operation (see Chapter 8.6). 8.3.1 ACCESS WITH CODE When starting up, the text A 01 appears on the top left of the display, in the centre row the Access code 1 description and in the lower row the flashing 8 digit code is shown: 00000000. The modification of the card configuration is only allowed by entering the correct numerical access code, made up of 8 decimal digits, each of which may assume a numeric value from 0 to 9. SMS supplies the MPU-2 cards programmed with Access code = 00000000, and it is up to the user to change it as desired after first access. To enter the code, use the arrow keys as described in Table 1. If the code is not correct, after having confirmed with ENTER, the display continues to flash with the written value until the correct code is entered. If the code is correct, F01 will appear on the display, it will then be possible to modify the card configuration and lift operation is forbidden until MPU CONSOLE is disconnected. 8.3.2 CHOOSING THE LANGUAGE MPU CONSOLE provides the choice between the Italian and English language, which may be set in A02.

8.4- CHANGE AND DISPLAY OF SYSTEM CONFIGURATION


The characteristic features of the lift system and the various operating options are indicated on the display with the letter F (FUNCTION) followed by two digits that go from 01 to 50 and are illustrated in Chapter 8.5. You can select the functions by pressing the ARROW UP (increasing the function number) or ARROW DOWN (decreasing the number) keys. It is also possible to increase the number of the function 10 by 10 with the START + ARROW UP key or decrease it 10 by 10 with the START + ARROW DOWN key. The modification of the selected function occurs as follows: - From the Fxx display, by pressing RIGHT ARROW the current value of the function flashes on the lower row of the display. - With the ARROW DOWN and ARROW UP keys, you decrease or increase the value of the function. - With the LEFT ARROW and RIGHT ARROW keys you select the following or previous digit of the function, if it is a numeric type function. - When the function is set to the desired value, it is stored by pressing ENTER, while by pressing LEFT ARROW you exit without memorizing the change.

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8.5- FUNCTION LIST FOR SYSTEM CONFIGURATION


F FUNCTION
F 01 TOP FLOOR

ALLOWED VALUES AND MEANING


1 Fmax
Fmax = 15 = 8 = 5 = 27 for A.P.B. OPERATION for SIMPLEX DOWN OPERATION without QEXP for SIMPLEX FULL OPERATION without QEXP for SIMPLEX or MULTIPLEX OPERATION with QEXP

DEFAULT 5

F 02

MAIN FLOOR

0 Fmax
It is used to correctly manage the calls from the floors in case of SIMPLEX DOWN operation up to 9 Stops, without QEXP EXPANSION card, if the main floor does not coincide with the bottom floor.

F 03

LIFT OPERATION

A.P.B. SIMPLEX FULL MULTIPLEX SIMPLEX DOWN (up to 9 Stops, without QEXP EXPANSION card) 1 SPEED 2 SPEEDS ACVV for SMS VVVF HYDRAULIC

A.P.B.

F 04

DRIVE TYPE

2 SPEEDS MONOTAKEDO and ECOTAKEDO devices, now obsolete

F 05

DOOR TYPE

- MANUAL - SEMIAUTOMATIC - AUTOMATIC - OPEN DOORS - CLOSED DOORS -1 -2 SIDE 1 SIDE 2 SIMULTANEOUS SELECTIVE

both in the car and at floors this means automatic in the car and manual at floors both in the car and at floors

AUTOMAT.

F 06 F 07
F 08.00 F 08.01 F 08.01 . . . . . F 08.xx

DOOR AT FLOOR CAR ENTRANCES


DOOR OPENING F0 DOOR OPENING F1 DOOR OPENING F2 . . . . . DOOR OPENING Fmax

CLOSED DOORS

1
only opens side 1 door only opens side 2 door both doors side 1 and 2 open simultaneously see Function F 08 SELECTIVE OPENING at the bottom of this Table to use in case of entrance with manual doors SIDE

- NONE

The Functions F 08.00F 08.xx only activate when F 07 = 2, and are shown for the number of floors set in F 01.

F 09 F 10 F 11

INSPECTION SPEED FORCED DOOR CLOSING LANDING CALL ERASE

- LOW - HIGH - NO - YES


the DOOR CLOSING control remains active during run when approaching a floor, only cancels the call compliant to the run direction of the car when approaching a floor, always cancels both calls (up and down)

LOW

NO

- SELECTIVE - SIMULTANEOUS

SELECTIVE

Only valid for SIMPLEX FULL / MULTIPLEX operation

F 12

THERMISTOR ALARM RESET

- MANUAL - AUTOMATIC

operation is prevented until manual reset through the BEX switch operation resets automatically 10 minutes after thermistors return to normal status

MANUAL

F 13

AUTOMATIC RETURN

- NO - YES
Only valid for rope systems, since for hydraulic systems return to the bottom floor is always enabled.

NO

F 14 F 15

AUTOMATIC RETURN FLOOR V.I.P. CALL FLOOR

0 Fmax
Only valid if the previous F 13 = YES

0 1

0 Fmax
Floor the car must reach in response to activation of the VIC input (see Chapter 7.6)

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F 16 STOP DELAY TIME

ALLOWED VALUES AND MEANING


0.0 2.0 sec.
It is the delay time between the stop switch opening switch and actual car stop. By taking advantage of this delay, it is possible to always have the same stop distance, whichever is the type and speed of the system.

DEFAULT 0

F 17 F 18 F 19

CONTACTOR OPENING DELAY EMERGENCY STOP DELAY RETIRING CAM FALL DELAY

0.0 2.0 sec.


Only valid for VVVF drive, when TDC input is not used

2,0 2,0 0,3

0.0 2.0 sec.


It is the equivalent of F 16 for the emergency operation

0.0 2.0 sec.


It is the delay time between opening of the contactors and opening of the relay which controls the retiring cam (CAM). For example it can be useful in one speed systems, to control retiring cam drop when the car has already stopped (at the end of braking).

F 20

DOOR OPENING DELAY

0.0 2.0 sec.


It is the delay time between opening of the contactors and door opening control. It can be useful for example in systems with automatic doors and retiring cam, to ensure that the doors begin to open when the retiring cam has already fallen.

0,5

F 21

EMERGENCY MAXIMUM TIME

1 15 minutes
If the emergency operation is not completed within this time, it is interrupted; to resume the normal operation it is necessary to deactivate the ROP input.

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F 22

DOOR OPENING TIME 1 60 sec.


Protection of the door motor in opening; set a time which is a few seconds more than the normally necessary time to open the doors completely.

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F 23

DOOR CLOSING TIME 1 60 sec.


Protection of the door motor in closing; set a time which is a few seconds more than the normally necessary time to close the doors completely.

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F 24

HIGH SPEED TIME

1 45 sec.
It does not depend on the total travel of the lift system, because it starts again from 0 at every passage from a floor

45

F 25 F 26

LOW SPEED TIME START DELAY TIME

1 45 sec. 1 60 sec.
Only valid for SIMPLEX / MULTIPLEX operation: it is the car stop time at floor with open doors before the next leaving for an existing call.

45 2

F 27

OCCUPIED TIME

1 60 sec.
In the A.P.B. operation it is the classic delay which controls the "OCCUPIED" signals and disables the landing push-buttons. In the SIMPLEX / MULTIPLEX operation it is the car stop time at floor with open doors before reversing the run direction to serve calls in the opposite direction. It must be greater than the time set in F 26.

F 28

AUTOM. RETURN ACTIVATION DELAY GONG ACTIVE TIME

1 15 minutes
Valid both for rope and hydraulic systems.

15

F 29

0.1 3.0 sec.


It is the time the command for the acoustic signal at the floor is active, from the beginning of the door opening, or from the stop in case of manual doors.

0,5

F 30

CAR LIGHT TIME

1 255 sec.
Controls the LC output and determines how long this output must remain active after occupied shut-off.

10

F 31

SELECTOR TYPE

0
NOT USED

F 32

IMPULSOR TYPE

- NORMALLY OPEN - NORMALLY CLOSED

N.O. contact N.C. contact

NORMALLY CLOSED

Refers to the count and stop magnetic switches USS and DSS, the limit switches ULS and DLS must always be NORMALLY CLOSED (N.C.)

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F FUNCTION
F 33 THERMISTOR STOP

ALLOWED VALUES AND MEANING


- END RUN - STOP AT ONCE
Defines the car stop mode after a THERMISTOR Alarm, or at the end of the run in process, or stop at once.

DEFAULT
STOP AT ONCE

F 34

PHASE DETECTOR

- NO - YES - OFF during RUN - ON during RUN


Only valid for SIMPLEX / MULTIPLEX operation, in the first case the signal remains active from the stop at the floor until the next car leaving, in the second case it remains on also during the run, showing the run direction.

YES

F 35

NEXT CAR LEAVING DIRECTION SIGNAL

OFF IN RUN

F 36 F 37

EMERGENCY FLOOR CONTACTOR INPUT (RC) TYPE

0 Fmax. - ACTIVE HIGH - ACTIVE LOW


connect to RC the contactor N.O. contacts, in parallel connect to RC the contactor N.C. contacts, in series

0
ACTIVE HIGH

Choose the control logic of the contactor control input referring to the availability of the auxiliary contacts.

F 38

CONTACTOR INPUT (RC) MODE

- UP & DOWN - ONLY UP

check is always carried out, both in UP and DOWN direction check is only carried out in UP direction

UP & DOWN

The ONLY UP option is necessary for the hydraulic systems without down relay/contactor, when the down valve is controlled downstream the safety chain

F 39

TOTAL LIFTS

1 LIFT 2 LIFTS 3 LIFTS 4 LIFTS

1 LIFT

Only valid for SIMPLEX / MULTIPLEX operation, set in function of the total number of the combined cars.

F 40

LIFT NUMBER

- 03
Valid only for MULTIPLEX operation. Identifies the car inside a group 0 = Car 1, 1 = Car 2, 2 = Car 3, 3 = Car 4

F 41

ZONE TIME-OUT

1 5 minutes
Valid only for MULTIPLEX operation. Indicates the maximum time one ZONE (one or more calls) may remain in waiting to be assigned to a car; once this time has elapsed, the zone becomes a priority.

F 42

EARLY DOOR OPENING

- NOT ACTIVE - ON SLOWING

- AT FLOOR

early opening is not enabled the opening control is given at the beginning of slowing down; an external safety circuit must provide the bypass of the door safety contacts in the consented floor zone, and activate the opening control at the proper time. the opening control is given when the car reaches the door unlocking zone (USS or DSS involved); an external safety circuit must provide the bypass of the door safety contacts in the consented floor zone.

NOT ACTIVE

F 43

MISSING FLOOR

NONE LOWEST FLOOR HIGHEST FLOOR OTHER CAR LOW OTHER CAR HIGH

NONE

Valid in case of "LAME" DUPLEX operation, meaning in the particular case in which one or both cars can't reach an extreme floor, which is instead served by the other. See explanation to Function F 43- LAME DUPLEX at the bottom of this Table.

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F FUNCTION
F 44

ALLOWED VALUES AND MEANING


These functions, from F 44 to F 47, all refer to the FIREFIGHTER OPERATION. For a detailed explanation of the OPERATION and the FUNCTION, see Chapter 7.7- FIREFIGHTER OPERATION ACCORDING TO EN81-72 AND EN81-73

DEFAULT
NONE

FIREMEN OPERATION - NONE - EN81 72 - EN81 73 FIREMEN FLOOR 1 FIREMEN FLOOR 2 DOOR CLOSE PHASE 1 CAR LIGHT TIME 0 Fmax. 0 Fmax. - NO - YES - SECONDS - MINUTES

F 45 F 46 F 47 F 48

0 0
NO

SECONDS

Allows to change the measure unit of the time set in F 30 (1255 sec.), in order to slow the turning on and off of any neon lights in the car.

F 49

STANDBY TIME UNIT

1 255 minutes
Allows to manage the system standby. If the time is different from 0, when it expires in absence of calls, with the car still at floor and not in particular situations such as INSPECTION, EMERGENCY, FIREFIGHTERS OPERATION...the FLA output is deactivated. This output may be used to control a contactor which deactivates three-phase power supply for the entire control board and opens the SC1 input at the beginning of the safety chain, so that the position of the car is not lost. If any landing or car call push button is pressed, the FLA output is immediately reactivated, and returns the card to normal operating conditions.

F 50

RE-LEVELING TIME

0 255 sec.

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F 08 SELECTIVE OPENING
Selective opening is only available for the AUTOMATIC PUSH BUTTON OPERATION (A.P.B.) When selective opening is programmed for a floor, it means that it is possible to register two different call for that floor, one to open the side 1 doors and the other one to open the side 2 doors. Selective opening may be programmed for a single floor or for more floors, up to a maximum of 8. The push buttons calls corresponding to the side 1 opening have to be connected normally from R0 forward, just as the push-button calls of floors for which selective opening is not provided, while only the push buttons calls corresponding to the side 2 opening have to be connected from R15 backwards, connecting to R15 the lowest floor. EXAMPLE: Lift system with 6 stops, 2 car entrances, and SELECTIVE OPENING at floors 2 and 4. The call push buttons connected as follows: 0 1 2 side1 3 4 side1 5 R0 R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 must be

SIDE 1

5 4 3 2 1 0

SIDE 2

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F 43 "LAME" DUPLEX
LAME DUPLEX is a duplex with a car with a missing stop: the missing floor can only be the bottom floor or the top one. Function F 43 must be set for both cars, even for the one that has no missing floor, according to the following examples: 1) CASE of missing TOP FLOOR : a) The F 01 - TOP FLOOR function must be set with the value of the highest existing floor for the car in subject. b) If the car is the one with the missing floor, the F 43 function must be set as "HIGHEST FLOOR" c) If the car is NOT the one with the missing floor, the F 43 function must be set as "OTHER CAR HIGH" Assignment of the calls for the two cars occurs normally for the floors served by both cars, while the down call from the highest floor and the up call from the penultimate floor assignment is forced to the only car able to serve them. 2) CASE of missing BOTTOM FLOOR : a) The F 02 - MAIN FLOOR function must be set to 1 (cannot be 0) If not set to 1, the software internally forces it to 1. b) If the car IS the one with the missing floor, the F 43 function must be set as "LOWEST FLOOR" c) If the car is NOT the one with the missing floor, the F 43 function must be set as "OTHER CAR LOW" d) For the car with missing bottom floor, floor 1 is considered as bottom floor. Assignment of the calls for the two cars occurs normally for the floors served by both cars, while the up call from floor 0 and the down call from floor 1 assignment is forced to the only car able to serve them.

8.6 INFORMATION ON LIFT SYSTEM OPERATION


There are 4 counters which give indications regarding lift system operation. To display the counters press SELECT until the C text appears, followed by a digit on the top left of the display. The viewable counters are: C C C C 01 02 03 04 Number Number Number Number of of of of up runs down runs door openings door closings

Table 5 For example, selecting C02, the number of down runs performed by the lift can be displayed. The number is updated every 100 runs, so the minimum value displayed different from zero is 100. To reset the counter press RESET.

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9 ALARM CODES
The lift system alarms are displayed on the MPU CONSOLE with the letter E (Errors) followed by two digits (from 01 to nn). They can only be displayed and reset. To display the alarms press SELECT until the E text appears, followed by two digit on the top left of the display. The first page of the alarms shows "E00" followed by the text Total Alarms and by the total number of the alarms. To see which kind of alarms are there, press the RIGHT ARROW key. If there are no alarms, the text "Total Alarms" appears, followed by "0". If there is an alarm, the letter E appears followed by a number showing the alarm numeric code. The various alarm codes are listed in the following TABLE. When the alarm numeric code is 4 digits, the first two after the "E" show the type of alarm, while the following ones indicate the floor where the alarm occurred. Example: E0207 Car doors not closed or landing doors not locked, at floor 07 E06 Start-up aborted In the row at the bottom of the display, the number of times that the alarm has occurred appears. Pressing ARROW UP again, you move to the following alarm. If there is no following alarm, you return to the first alarm. To cancel all the alarms, press RESET. The alarm codes may also be displayed in a simpler and more direct mode (without MPU CONSOLE) by using the DGN switch on the QINB card, which switches the Display function from Car Position to Alarm Codes. At any time (preferably with the car still at the floor), by turning the DGN switch to ON then using the UP or DOWN push button, the previously occurred alarms are displayed, in sequence (starting from the one with the lowest code, NOT in the sequence in which they occurred in time). If ZERO appears, it means <<NO ALARM>> In case of an alarm which causes the lift to be OUT OF SERVICE, the display automatically switches to the alarm code view, which flashes until normal operation is restored.

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ALARM CODE
E 01 INCORRECT PHASE SEQUENCE OR PHASE LACKING

DESCRIPTION
Can only be emitted if F 34 (PHASE DETECTOR) = YES The power supply phase sequence is not correct, or a phase is lacking.

AFTERMATH
Since it is generally emitted upon power supply arrival, the car remains blocked and the start-up does not occur. The OS1-OS2 contact opens. Normal operation can start when correct power supply is restored. A.P.B. OPERATION The call is cancelled, the doors reopen and the car is waiting for a new call. SIMPLEX OPERATION The car and landing calls are not cancelled and a total of 5 attempts to close are made: only if the problem persists, all the car and landing calls are cancelled and the car is waiting for new calls. MULTIPLEX OPERATION The landing calls are not cancelled but are transferred to the other cars.

E 02

CAR DOORS NOT CLOSED OR LANDING DOORS NOT LOCKED

At car leaving, with doors completely closed (active SC3 input and non active DCL1 and DCL2 inputs), the SC4 input does not activate within 2 seconds. The E 02 code is completed with the number of the floor where the alarm occurred. Example: E0207 Car doors not closed or landing doors not locked at floor 7.

E 03

MOTOR CONTACTORS DO NOT ENERGIZE

At car leaving, with doors locked (SC4 input active), the RC input is not activated within 2 seconds. The E 03 code is completed with the number of the floor where the alarm occurred. Example: E0306 Motor contactors do not energize at floor 6

A.P.B. OPERATION The call is cancelled, the doors reopen and the car is waiting for a new call. SIMPLEX OPERATION The car and landing calls are not cancelled and a total of 5 attempts are made: only if the problem persists, all the car and landing calls are cancelled and the car is waiting for new calls. MULTIPLEX OPERATION The landing calls are not cancelled but are transferred to the other cars.

E 04

NO TDC INPUT ACTIVATION

Can only be emitted for ACVV DRIVE (F 04). At car leaving, the TDC input is not activated (there is no confirm that the ACVV regulator has received the starting command within 2 seconds from contactor activation.

A.P.B. OPERATION The call is cancelled, the doors reopen and the car is waiting for a new call. SIMPLEX OPERATION The car and landing calls are not cancelled and a total of 5 attempts are made: only if the problem persists, all the car and landing calls are cancelled and the car is waiting for new calls. MULTIPLEX OPERATION The landing calls are not cancelled but are transferred to the other cars.

E 05

CAR FAILED TO LEAVE

At car leaving, after the contactor energization, the car does not leave the floor zone within a few seconds (5 for rope systems, 8 for hydraulic). The E 05 code is completed with the number of the floor where the alarm occurred. Example: E0508 Car failed to leave at floor 8

A.P.B. OPERATION The call is cancelled, the doors reopen and the car is waiting for a new call. SIMPLEX OPERATION The car and landing calls are not cancelled and a total of 5 leaving attempts are made: only if the problem persists, all the car and landing calls are cancelled and the car is waiting for new calls. MULTIPLEX OPERATION The landing calls are not cancelled but are transferred to the other cars.

E 06

START-UP ABORTED

The car cannot complete the start-up operation. (arrival at the bottom floor and eventual opening of doors).

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ALARM CODE
E 07 CAR DOORS FAIL TO CLOSE

DESCRIPTION
The doors do not complete closing within the time set in F 23.

AFTERMATH
A.P.B. OPERATION The call is cancelled, the doors reopen and the car is waiting for a new call. SIMPLEX OPERATION The car and landing calls are not cancelled and a total of 5 attempts to close are made: only if the problem persists, all the car and landing calls are cancelled and the car is waiting for new calls. MULTIPLEX OPERATION The landing calls are not cancelled but are transferred to the other cars. If the closing failure occurs during PARKING at floor or START-UP, 5 closing attempts are carried out, after which the car remains still with open doors.

E 08

CAR DOORS FAIL TO OPEN MAXIMUM TRAVEL TIME IN HIGH SPEED

The doors do not complete opening within the time set in F 22.

The control for the door motor is deactivated and the lift remains normally in service. The lift is placed OUT OF SERVICE. The normal operation can only be restored by a manual RESET, by means of the BEX switch: closing then re-opening BEX, a new start-up is carried out. The lift is placed OUT OF SERVICE. The normal operation can only be restored by a manual RESET, by means of the BEX switch: closing then re-opening BEX, a new start-up is carried out. The lift is placed OUT OF SERVICE. The OS1-OS2 contact opens. The normal operation can only be restored by a manual RESET, by means of the BEX switch: closing then re-opening BEX, a new start-up is carried out. A next car leaving is prevented for the whole time that RC is active.

E 09

The car, in high speed run, has not reached the following floor within the time set in F 24.

E 10

MAXIMUM TRAVEL TIME IN HIGH SPEED

The car, in low speed run, has not reached the floor within the time set in F 25.

E 11

MAXIMUM TRAVEL TIME IN RE-LEVELING

Can only be emitted for HYDRAULIC DRIVE (F 04). The car, in re-leveling, has not reached the floor within the time set in F 50.

E 12

CONTACTOR DEENERGIZATION FAILURE LIMIT SWITCH OR SELECTOR SWITCH OPERATION NOT CORRECT OVERTRAVEL

The RC input (run contactors) does not deactivate within 2 seconds from the contactor OFF command. (OFF of outputs AU / AD). The car position indicator shows an extreme floor, but no limit switch is involved.

E 13

A call is carried out for the opposite extreme floor, so that the floor selector is correctly updated.

E 14

Opening of the overtravel switch (SEX input - 1st tract of the safety chain)

The lift is placed OUT OF SERVICE. The normal operation can only be restored by a manual RESET, by means of the BEX switch: closing then re-opening BEX, a new start-up is carried out. The car stops with the mode defined by F 33, then the elevator is placed OUT OF SERVICE. The OS1-OS2 contact opens. The normal operation can be restored AUTOMATICALLY or MANUALLY (in function of how F 12 is set), after a new start-up is carried out.

E 15

THERMISTOR MOTOR PROTECTION

The motor thermistors (connected to input TH1 - TH2) have detected an increase in motor temperature up to the protection threshold.

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ALARM CODE
E 16 EXTERNAL ALARM 1

DESCRIPTION
The contact connected to the EA1 input is open (for example the VVVF alarm contact).

AFTERMATH
The lift is placed OUT OF SERVICE. The OS1-OS2 contact opens. The normal operation is automatically restored when the contact closes again, after a new start-up is carried out. The lift stops at the end of the run and a next car leaving is prevented. The normal operation is automatically restored when the contact closes again. The lift stops and a next car leaving is prevented. The normal operation is automatically restored when the operation voltage is restored.

E 17

EXTERNAL ALARM 2

The contact connected to the EA2 input is open (for example the oil thermostat contact).

E 18

OPERATION VOLTAGE FAILURE

No voltage in the SC1 input (upstream of the safety chain)

E 20

PHOTOCELL DARKENED FOR MORE THAN 20 SEC.

The contact connected to the PE1 input (or PE2 in case of double entrance) is open for over 20 sec.

A next car leaving is obviously prevented until the condition persists. The normal operation is automatically restored when the contact closes again.

IMPORTANT! For HYDRAULIC lifts in alarm situations, even those that place the system out of service, the AUTOMATIC RETURN TO BOTTOM FLOOR within 15 minutes still always remains active.

10 EXAMPLES OF DIAGRAMS
This chapter reports some diagrams as an example: 10.1 - A.P.B. OPERATION CONTROLLER 2 SPEEDS 10.2 - A.P.B. OPERATION CONTROLLER HYDRAULIC 10.3 - A.P.B. OPERATION CONTROLLER HYDRAULIC WITH HYDROVERT 10.4 - SIMPLEX OPERATION CONTROLLER WITH TAKEDO-3VF NXP INVERTER We have chosen to show a 3-phase type 125Vac 50Hz door motor, along with a 48Vdc operation voltage, but of course other solutions are also possible, as long as compatible with the SPECIFICS illustrated in Chapter 4 of this Manual. Generally, it is recommended to ALWAYS connect, parallel to the relay coils, contactors, electromagnets, external to the card, a protection device against transitory overvoltage phenomena, meaning DIODES in presence of continuous or rectified voltage, or VARISTORS or RC FILTERS when drop speed is important or in the presence of alternate voltage.

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With regard to this example of controller for hydraulic lift system, note that relays RL1, RL2 and RL3, which perform the safety circuit for re-leveling operation, must be "forced guided" or "linked contact" safety relays, or minicontactors. RL4, on the other hand, is only a control relay and can be a mini-relay on socket: it must always be excited, except when the safety circuit which allows the re-leveling operation is out of service. In this case, the MPU card detects the potential danger through opening of the RL4 contact connected to the EA2 input.

10.3.1 SWITCHES FOR HYDRAULIC LIFT SYSTEM


Compared to the rope lift systems (see Fig.9), an extra switch is provided to control the re-leveling zone with safety circuit (RZS). The contact of this switch must be N.O. (closed at the floor).

USS N

DSS

ULS

DLS

RZS

= magnet

~2 cm

Z2

W1

2
X2 Z1

W2
X1

Y1

Y2

~2 cm

X1 = UP slowing-down Y1 = DOWN slowing-down Z1 Z2 = door zone W1 W2 = re-leveling zone Fig. 12

X2 = UP stop Y2 = DOWN stop

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11 DIMENSIONS AND FIXING

For further information contact: SMS SISTEMI e MICROSISTEMI s.r.l. (Gruppo SASSI HOLDING) Cap. Soc. 260.000 i.v. Via Guido Rossa, 46/48/50 40056 Crespellano (BO) Italy R.E.A 272354 CF - Reg. Imprese Bo 03190050371 P.IVA IT 00601981202 Tel. : +39 051 969037 Fax : +39 051 969303 Technical Service: +39 051 6720710 Website : www.sms.bo.it E-mail : sms@sms.bo.it

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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

Manufacturer: Address: Product: Model/Type:

SMS SISTEMI E MICROSISTEMI s.r.l. Via Guido Rossa, 46/48/50 40056 Crespellano (BO)

MICROPROCESSOR BOARD FOR LIFT MPU - 2

The above mentioned products are in conformity to the requirements of the following European Directives: 95/16/CE 2004/108/CE LIFTS ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY

when installed following the instructions from the user guide.

To evaluate the conformity, the following STANDARDS have been taken into consideration: UNI EN 81.1: 2010 UNI EN 81.2: 2010 UNI EN 12015: 2005 UNI EN 12016: 2008

DATE: 29-02-2012

SMS SISTEMI E MICROSISTEMI s.r.l.


____________________________

Dr. Eng. VITTORIO MAZZONI


MANAGING DIRECTOR

SMS SISTEMI e MICROSISTEMI s.r.l. (Gruppo SASSI HOLDING) Cap. Soc. 260.000 i.v. Via Guido Rossa, 46/48/50 40056 Crespellano (BO) Italy R.E.A 272354 CF - Reg. Imprese Bo 03190050371 P.IVA IT 00601981202 Tel. : +39 051 969037 Fax : +39 051 969303 Technical Service : +39 051 6720710 Website : www.sms.bo.it E-mail : sms@sms.bo.it
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