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Miconic TX-GC and

Miconic 10-GC

Schindler Aufzuge AG
Training Centre, CH-6031 Ebikon

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K604009 Section 1-0: Introduction

Miconic TX-GC 1 Miconic 10-GC

Section 1-0 Introduction


Learning At the end of this chapter, the user should
Objective
. be aware of work safety requirements
know how to use this manual
be able to work with the lntranet product documentation

Contents
I l . Section
Work Safety

1 How to Use this Manual

1
1-
3 The lntranet Product Documentation

1 - Exercise lntranet Documentation

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K604009 Section 1-1: Introduction - Work Safety

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Section 1-1 Work Safety

Job site On a new job site

1. Contact the person in charge of the site


2. Work out how to go about the job
3. Assess the working conditions
4. Check access to the machine room.

Start of work Before starting to work

1. secure the work site


2. make sure you are in a fit state of health to work
3. discuss the job with the other people concerned
4. plan the job in advance.

Tools and When choosing the necessary tools and equipment


Equipment
1. make sure they are in proper working order
2. select the appropriate special tool
3. mind instructions for test devices
4. use all aids in the correct manner.

Protective Please take care of the following protective measures:


Measures
1. wear or carry the necessary protective clothing and facilities:
helmet, safety shoes, gloves, safety harness, ear protectors, first-
aid kit

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2. watch the weather


3. assess risks: take care.

Local Please follow the local work safety regulations for your country!
Regulations
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K604009 Section 1-2: Introduction - How to Use this Manual

Learning An information block 'Learning Objective' is stated at the beginning of


Objectives each chapter l module before the table of sections in this module. It
summarizes the main points dealt with in the module that follows. So you
know at the start what to concentrate on when working through the
contents of the module. You will find it easier to learn the contents of a
module if you keep these objectives in mind as you work through it.

Sections The sections continue the modular structure on the next level. At the
beginning of each section, there is an information block, in most cases
'Introduction' or 'Summary', to give a short overview of the sections
contents. This block can be used to find out whether the information in
the section is of interest to the reader l user.

Information Within the sections, the information is divided into handy information
Blocks blocks. Each information block has a block title in the left margin,
indicating what the information block is about and corresponding more or
less to what you would want to highlight with a marker as key-word for
the information block.

Read the block titles again after working through a module for the first
time. Then remember their advantages for a quick revision!

The Field What you want is to learn as much as you can about a product that is
Manual new to you as quickly and easily as possible. The field manual helps you
to use new field knowledge with confidence. It covers the areas
installation, commissioning, diagnostics and maintenance.

So get used to the checklists, presentations and notes in the field


manual from the start.

Using the Field At the end of your training - with or without a course - you should be able
Manual to find everything you need in the field manual.

The course, and the course manual, give you all the basic background
information you need to do a better job than before. But first you have to
learn how to use the field manual.

So it's up to you to get the most out of the field manual by

Personal notes - to make the manual complete in every respect


Asking questions - asking questions in the course to improve and
verify your own knowledge of the field manual.

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Section I 2 HOWto Use this Manual

Introduction Faced with a new product, you want Q

1. to get to the heart of the new subject-matter quickly


2. an easy-to-use reference manual to speed up your work

TA Ebikon has produced a course manual and a field manual to meet


these needs. The course manual is used in the course and as an aid to
self-study. The field manual is designed as a direct working tool for
installation, commissioning, diagnostics and maintenance.

Moreover, the complete product documentation is available on the


Schindler lntranet to obtain comprehensive know-how about the product.

The Course The course manual helps make learning easy. It is designed as an
Manual integral part of the course but can also be used for self-study if
necessary.

To make the most of the manual layout, observe

the modular structure


learning objectives
sections within a module
information blocks within sections

Modules The course manual is divided into 'modules'. These often represent
useful learning packages.

The modules follow a flexible pattern according to the complexity of the


contents. In shorter modules, the emphasis is directly on the information
to be conveyed. Longer modules feature the following pattern:

1. Awareness - description of the problem or situation


2. Remembering - references to what you have learned earlier or
what you already know
3. New subject-matter - presentation of the new subject-matter
4. Applications - exercises to fix the new material in your mind, with
references to practical exercises
5. Personal progress check - self-check possibilities

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K604009 Section 1-2: Introduction - How to Use this Manual

To obtain a copy of the field manual, please contact the Training Center
at Ebikon.

Learning is up to you. Our course material is designed to help you as much as possible.
We are sure you will find the necessary personal initiative to succeed, and hope you
enjoy studying these manuals.

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Miconic TX-GC and Miconic 10-GC
Course Manual (TC Ebikon, for Trainers only)
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1 Introduction J 155412~-1

2 System Overview J 155413 ~ - I

3 Components and Power Supply J 155414~-1

4 Communication and Schematics J I55415 ~ - I

5 Installation J 155416~-1

6 SMLCD J 155417~-1

7 Commissioning J 155418~-1

8 Diagnostics J 155419 ~ - I

9 Maintenance

10 Product Documentation J I55421E-I

ll Various: Brake, LMS, Options

12 Software Architecture

13 Appendix Z - Table of Contents J 155422~-1

TABAIDispo K 604023
15 Z-LineFixtures Commissioning Landing Elements K 604027
Commissioning Car Elements K 604032

16 Personal Notes
K604009 Section 2-0: System Overview - Overview

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System
Section 2-0
Overview

Learning This chapter contains basic information about the control. It gives an
Objective overview of the system architecture and of its application.

Contents
Section

12-11Product Description
12-21Hardware Architecture
1
2-3 Physical Locations

1
2-4 Overview Control Cabinet

1
2-5 Overview Car interface Box

F] - Exercise System Overview

1
2-
7 Solution - System Overview

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K604009 Section 2-1-1: System Overview - Product Description - Scope of Application

Restrictions The following restrictions apply to the application of the control:

the control cannot be used in the same group with other control
types, not even with Miconic TX Release 4 (different group bus
concept)
Miconic 10-GC cannot be mixed with Miconic 10 Overlay in the
same group (different group bus concept)
SI-V device with one KSE contact cannot be used with Miconic
TX-GC / Miconic 10-GC (KSE-U and KSE-D are required)
old Miconic 10 Terminals used for the Miconic 10 Overlay cannot
be used with Miconic 10-GC.

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K604009 Section 2-1-4: System Overview - Product Description - Technical Data

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Technical Data
Section 2-1 -4

Introduction The technical specifications for the control include mechanical, 0


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electrical and environmental data.
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Mechanical The table below shows the mechanical data for the control:
Data
Control cabinet AS 1810

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1 180 cm X l 0 0 cm X 40 cm (HWD)
AS, control only 180 kg
AS + VF30BR 210 kg
Weight
AS + VF50BR 280 kg
AS +-Vr80BR \-l C 2 Z_ L ( c 280 kg

lSurfaceIGrey, powder coated


Also serves as drive cablnet for drlves up to Var~odynVF85 BR, for drives Variodyn
VF120 PF1 or higher, a separate drive cabinet IS requlred

Car interface box OKR

=X'
1- 39 cm X 35 cm X 26 cm (HWD)
OKR alone I 1 kg
Weight

lSurfaceIOKR REC hot


packaging
Steel +sheet, + cabling
galvanized
+

For lnstallat~onswlth 2 entrance s~des(independently controlled) or more than 2


control panels, two OKRs are required which are placed s~deby slde

Mechanical Data

Side by side, two Miconic TX-GC 1 Miconic 10-GC OKRs occupy the
same space as one OKR of Miconic TX Release 4!

Electrical Data The following table gives an overview of the electrical specifications for
the control:

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380 VAC (- 10%) to 41 5 VAC (+ 10%),


50160 Hz, 4 or 5 wire mains
Mains voltage
For voltages outside this range, an adapter
transformer may be required
Typical power consumption WA]
The following typical values are valid for the control only, i.e. for the
electrical path following JTHS.:

IX NGL
Control
IX NGC
IX NGSK

15 entrances,
D type fixtures,
1 X Varidor 30

Sum
Minus door*
Total JTHS rating
I X NGL

3 X NGAE
I X NGSK
Worst case

M type fixtures,
Position
indicators on

Sum
Minus Door*
Total JTHS rating
* Brake and door rating can be compensated, as

the brake coil is inactive when the car is stopped


the door is inactive during travel
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the door is inactive during travel

As a result, the device with the smaller consumption can be ignored.

Electrical Data

Environmental The table below shows the environmental data for the control:
Data
11-1 IP 21 (AS. OKR)
-25 "C to +70 "C
95% rel. humidity (non-

Vibration 1.04 g-rms


Duration 1 hour
Transport
Lift AS on lifting eye only (for
AS2, check appropriate

Standards
Transportation, Common Carrier

+5 "C to +40 "C in the machine

95% rel. humidity (non-


Operation

71 -
68-2-112/3/38 IE
2000 m

Environmental Data

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K604009 Section 2-1-2: System Overview - Product Description - Control Types and Traffic MO

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Control Types and Traffic Modes


Section 2-1 -2

Introduction Selection of the right control type and traffic mode results in a Q
configuration which gives maximum travel comfort to the passengers, i!
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especially for elevator groups.
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A control type is a basic elevator function. It reflects the desired behavior


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Control Types
of an elevator in standard operation mode to meet the elementary
requirements of specific vertical transportation situations. It is
characterized by the way the control registers and serves hall calls.

The following table gives an overview of possible control types, indicating


which ones are applicable to Miconic TX-GC / Miconic 10-GC (for details
on individual control types, see document K 625301):

F
1 Specification I Description
/qFI
Non collective, push-button
mm
v
1 Pick-Up
Non-selective collective
101101
mm
Downward collective
mm
Collective-selective
mm
Car dispatch, call and send operation
mm
(M101 Destination control
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Control Types

Traffic Modes In a building, there may be predefined patterns of traffic flow between
certain floors (traffic patterns) at certain times of day, such as to andlor
from the main stop. Depending on the control type, the group control is
able to adapt to the different traffic situations. This results in maximum
transport capacity and optimum waiting times for every traffic situation.

For special traffic situations, there are specific traffic modes available as
control type extensions

to optimize the control type characteristics


and to adapt the control behavior to the actual traffic.

The table below indicates which traffic modes are supported by each of
the control types:

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Frequency The following types of frequency converters are supported:


Converters
1

Type Additional Information


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Variodyn BR:

VF30 BR
One cabinet solution
VF50 BR
VF85 BR
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Supported Frequency Converters

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Hoisting The following types of hoisting machines are supported:


Machines
Type Additional Information
Worm gear Motor VMx with gear W140N, W 163, W250
Planetary gear Motor FMPx with gear PG420, PG450
Motors:

FM280x
Gearless FM355x
FM500
FM620

Supported Hoisting Machines

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Cars The following types of cars are supported:

Type Additional Information


P9Kx Passenger car mid-range
PlOKx Passenger car high-range
Supported Cars

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Doors The following types of door systems are supported:

Type Additional Information


QKS-9110-1 Schindler
QKS-11 Schindler
Varidor 30 Schindler
Wittur AC Third-party
Wittur DC Third-party
Fermator AC Third-party
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Supported Door Systems

On commission only, hand operated swing doors may be configured.


For restrictions on fire services and door sensors, see the respective
door documentation!

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The following types of door sensors are supportedi

Type
Light barrier
Progard L Light curtain

lProgard R
Radar
Not applicable for Miconic 10
Supported Door Sensors

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Fixtures The following operating elements and indicators are supported:

Type Additional Information

D type l
M type 1l
Destination call, for Miconic 10-GC only (for
Z-Line further restrictions, see the respective
documentation: K 604023)
Supported Fixtures

On commission only, S type fixtures may be configured.

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Load The following types of load measurement systems are supported:


Measurement
Type Additional Information
KL-V, KL-X Load contacts in car
DMS load measurement system in car with LON
LONLMDMS
bus interface
Suppotted Load Measurement Systems

On commission only, KL-M contacts may be configured.

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Shaft The following shaft information components are required:


lnformation
Type Additional information
S I-V KSE-U and KSE-D required
IGS200 Position tacho mounted in shaft
IGBV200 . Position tacho mounted on GB32
Supported Shaft lnformation Components

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Monitoring The following monitoring devices are supported:


Devices
Type Additional Information
Lobbyvision Supervision of the installation from the Lobby
Servitel 10 (TAM) Telealarm device

Telealarrn and telemonitoring device

Supported Monitoring Devices

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Intercom The following intercom interface is provided:


Systems
Type Additional Information
The following wires and interfaces for
communication between MR and car are
provided:
Third-party
r 4 parallel wires in the travelling cable
Interface to S l V G (Schindler power supply
unit for telecommunication devices)

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Intercom Interface

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Field Tools The following field tools are supported:

Type Additional Information

7
1 Standard (integrated on ASILOG PC9 in control
cabinet)
Computer Aided Diagnosis Tool (version 2.7 or
higher is required)
Supported Field Tools

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K604009 Section 2-1-5: System Overview - Product Description - Functional Description

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Functional Description
Section 2-1 -5

Introduction This is a description of the general functionality of an elevator c.L


o)
control, together with an overview of its interfaces to peripheral
devices. 1
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Schematic The control interacts with many other components and elevator
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Overview subsystems. A schematic overview of the general functional blocks in
the control of an elevator system can be seen in the figure below:

Schematic Overview

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Traffic Control Traffic control handles the user interface for

input (landing and car calls)


output (signalization).

It includes the traffic algorithm for call dispatch both for individual
elevators and for elevator groups. In a group, the elevator traffic is
optimized by allocating individual elevators to calls using a control
specific optimization algorithm (traffic mode).

Travel Control Travel control gives the reference values for the travel and controls
whether the actual values correspond to the reference values. It is
responsible for control of

the car position


the car movement, i.e. of
o acceleration
o constant speed
o slowdown
the brake.

Releveling in the door zone and door zone bridging are monitored via the
shaft information device SI-V.

Furthermore it is monitoring the safety circuit. Only if the safety circuit


is ok, the travel may start. During movement, any safety relevant event
must immediately result in a controlled stop of the car.
In former versions of the control, the separate IVXVF PCB was
responsible for car speed, acceleration and slowdown. In Miconic
TX-GC / Miconic 10-GC, these functions have been integrated into the
elevator control system.
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Door Control Door control monitors and controls all door relevant activities, and is
responsible for immediate response to actuation of the door reversing
devices.

Peripherals Major peripheral components which are interfaced by the elevator


control are:

landing l10
car 110
door I10 and reversing
optional load measurement
brake, motor and related devices
safety circuit
shaft information
motor control (frequency converter) which autonomously controls
the drive unit.

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Miconic TX-GC The difference between Miconic TX-GC and Miconic 10-GC are the
and Miconic different control types. Whereas Miconic TX-GC is based on
10-GC conventional traffic modes and control algorithm, Miconic 10-GC is the
implementation of the destination call traffic mode. This new traffic mode
also requires different operating elements, the Z-Line Fixtures (see
document K 604023). For a description of control types and traffic
modes, see section 'Control Types and Traffic Modes'. For a detailed
description of destination call, see 'Appendix A - Miconic 10 Destination
Call' in document K 604003.
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K604009 Section 2-1-6: System Overview - Product Description - Basic Design Philosophy I
Miconic TX-GC IMiconic 10-GC

Basic Design Philosophy


Section 2-1-6

Introduction This section contains information on the product philosophy and c.


special features of the control. B
S

Product Miconic TX-GC and 10-GC are based on a modular and configurable
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Philosophy control system, designed for mid-range and high range applications.
Each module or sub-system covers a clearly defined control
function. The modules communicate via direct PCB connections or
via serial bus systems (lift bus, group bus).

The control is designed for cost effective application in the new


installation market. This is achieved by using the Global Control (GC)
Platform as design guideline, which will be the base for future
standardization and modularization of control systems in all application
ranges. LON (Local Operating Network) is used as generic physical
bus system for most elevator networks, functions and components,
resulting in standardization, simplification and cost reduction. The
Global Control concept includes:

A view of the elevator as a distributed network, connected by


logical/physical bus systems:
o LON lift and group bus for transmission of lift and group
specific I 10 to and from the landing, the car, the hoistway
and the machine room
o RS-485 group bus for group control communication and
for the interface to the building bus gateway (Lobbyvision), to
the AITP Traffic Processor and to the Miconic 10 Overlay
Reduction of wiring in the control cabinet by implementing the
specific elevator control functions on a set of plug and play PCB
modules:
o Application Specific Interface Board (ASIB) with base
functionality and as backplane for other GC boards for
extended functionality
o Extension Boards (EB) implementing additional
functionality (e.g. safety circuit, brake module)
o Generic boards (e.g. processor and I10 boards)
o Further reduction of cabling costs by 'Wiring on PCB' and
usage of prefabricated cables (also reduces possible
cabling errors).
Usage of new, high quality electric and electronic components,
e.g. switching power supplies.

Especially for Miconic 10-GC, the rnodularity of the system results in


an enormous reduction of components, as the algorithm is running on
the Miconic TX-GC hardware instead on a separate PC as for the

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K604009 Section 2-1-6: System Overview - Product Description - Basic Design Philosophy
Miconic 10 OVERLAY. This integrated control system with a Miconic TX-
GC base control and Miconic 10 algorithm is called Miconic 10-GC.

Special The control offers the following special features:


Features
Additional support of Schindlers new door family Varidor and
of third party doors (Wittur ACIDC and Fermator) as standard
Power supply with broader voltage range, supporting 4 and 5
wire mains
Modular safety circuit with TUV certificate, also designed for
large travel heights (up to 500 m)
Universal brake module optimizes brake control
Universal and user friendly OKR with wiring on ICE PCB
Ground fault protection for additional safety
Two KSE contacts (KSE-U and KSE-D) instead of one
Ordering via electronic ordering tool COS.
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K604009 Section 2-2-0: System Overview - Hardware Architecture 1
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Hardware Architecture
Section 2-2-0

Summary In this section, the hardware architecture of the control is described by


means of block diagrams giving:

. an architectural overview of Miconic TX-GC


an architectural overview of Miconic 10-GC.

There is no difference in the hardware used for Miconic TX-GC and


Miconic 10-GC, except the 2-Line Fixtures used for Miconic 10-GC. All
differences stated in the following descriptions are only differences in
configuration.

Contents
pC-1 Section
Miconic TX-GC Sirnplex Elevator

1 1 1 iconic TX-GC Multiplex Elevator

1 Miconic TX-GC Multiplex Configuration


m - ~ i c o n iTX-GC
c Car

12-2-51Miconic 10-GC Sirnplex Elevator


12-2-61 Miconic 10-GC Multiplex Elevator
1 Miconic 10-GC Multiplex Configuration

12-2-81 Miconic 10-GC Car

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Miconic TX-GC Simplex Elevator


Section 2-2-1

Overview This figure illustrates the principles of the hardware architecture for a
Picture Miconic TX-GC simplex elevator. Lift backplanes BPL 5 and 7, which are
not shown in the figure, are connected corresponding to BPL 3. For
details on the OKR, see Miconic TX Car.

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Description Remarks
r ( - ~ o l ilines
d Power lines

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Multiple solid lines I10 lines

I /
Dashed lines (long dashes) Lift bus LON

The backplane PCBs used in


Backplane PCB(s) simplex are BPLI, then BPL3, BP15

CPU PCB
. I- F I10 PCB for direction arrows, gong
I . and position indicators
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Standard I10 PCBs for lift specific
LON l10 PCB
110 on BPLl and BPL3

OKR2 only required for 2 door drives


Car control box andlor more than 2 car operating

Safety circuit PCB


- .
Service Module LCD Integrated on ASILOG PCB
Miconic TX-GC Simplex Elevator
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Miconic TX-GC Multiplex Elevator


Section 2-2-2

Overview This figure illustrates the principles of the hardware architecture for a
Picture Miconic TX-GC elevator in a group with group related functions. For
details on the multiplex configuration of several elevators, see Miconic
TX-GC Multiplex Configuration, and for details on the OKR, see Miconic
TX-GC Car.

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v/
v(
F
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1
Multiple solid lines

Arrow on line

LON communication PCB


CPU PCB

LON l10 PCB

o N 110 PCB

Brake control PCB

/NGG1Power supply unit group


/NGLI Power supply unit lift

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Safety circuit PCB


Service Module LCD
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Description

Dashed lines (long dashes)

Dashed lines (long-dot-dot dashes)

Application specific interface and


logic PCB

/BAFG#I Bus terminator for group bus


Bus terminator for lift bus

Backplane PCB(s)

VCOM (RS-485) communication


PCB ! J C - $ - 4

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f
f

c
Power lines
110 lines
Lift bus LON
Group bus LON
Remarks

Group bus VCOM (RS-485)


To next elevator in group

# corresponds to BPL no.


# corresponds to BPL no.
The backpiane PCBs used for lift are
BPLl, then BPL3. The backplane
PCBs used for group are BPL2, then

For group bus

For lift bus and group bus

110 PCB for direction arrows, gong


and position indicators
Standard I/O PCBs for lift specific
I10 on BPLl and BPL3

i
iOKR2 only required for 2 door drives
andlor more than 2 car operating

Integrated on ASILOG PCB

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Miconic TX-GC Multiplex Configuration


Section 2-2-3

Overview This figure illustrates the principles of the hardware configuration with
Picture TX-GC bus termination for a Miconic TX-GC group (L8 in the figure has no
group related functions!). For details on an individual elevator in a group,
see Miconic TX-GC Multiplex Elevator, and for details on the OKR, see
Miconic TX-GC Car
dC e M 5
-- - - -- - -- - - - -- - -- - -- - -- - -- - - - -- - -- - --
v
<>cj
-------V---.
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Description Remarks
I [ - s o l i dlines Power lines

1( Multiple solid lines I10 lines


-Dashed lines (long dashes) Lift bus LON
--------
([-Dashed lines (short dashes) Group bus LON

-. .--. Dashed lines (long-dot-dot dashes)

Bus terminator (BAFL) for lift bus


BPLl and on ICE in last OKR

Bus terminator (BAFG) for group On BPL2 of first and last elevator in
bus LON group
Bus terminator (BAG) for group bus Internal on EBCOM of first and last
elevator in group
Application specific interface and

7' Backplane PCB(s)

CPU PCB
are BPLl, then BPL3.

Option, required for connection to


Gateway PCB

//'Monitoring device in Lobby Option


Power supply unit group

Car control box drives andlor more than 2 car


operating panels

Miconic W-GC Multiplex Configuration


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Miconic TX-GC Car


Section 2-2-4

Overview This figure illustrates the principles of the hardware architecture for the
OKRs of Miconic TX-GC.
3 v -
I

OKR

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Description Remarks

7 1 Multiple
solid lines
solid
Power lines

[/ lines I10 lines

/] - - - W - -

Dashed lines (long dashes) Lift bus LON

VI' Bus terminator for lift bus On last OKR only


F

7 1Power switch for NGC


( ~ ainterface
r PCB
c
c
1- LON commun~cationPCB /
- 1-

1- LON load measurement


EzIzZII
Used in case of long distances
LON repeater PCB
between OKR(s) and AS

7) Power supply unit car


X
jOKR(
Car control box
-P
7 1 Door
l
Interface PCB to car operating
A

panel tJ

Miconic TX-GC Car

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Miconic 10-GC Simplex Elevator


Section 2-2-5

Overview This figure illustrates the principles of the hardware architecture for a 0 /
Picture Miconic 10-GC simplex elevator. Lift backplanes BPL 5 and 7 , which are
not shown in the figure, are connected corresponding to BPL 3. For
details on the OKR, see Miconic 10 Car.

OKR ----
3
OKR2

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Description Remarks
Solid lines Power lines
/(
I/O lines
Lift bus LON

Z-Line terminal risers are separate


LON bus segments, and must
Bus terminator for lift bus LON
therefore be terminated with a bus
terminator BAF.

IBAFL#I(Bus terminator for lift bus # corresponds to BPL no. 1


The backplane PCBs used in
Backplane PCB(s) simplex are BPLl, then BPL3, BPL5

(EBLONI LON communication PCB For lift bus

110 PCB for direction arrows, gong


and position indicators

BPLl and BPL3


Z-Line terminal risers are separate
LON bus segments. The segments
LON repeater PCB
are separated by LREP PCBs with

OKR2 only required for 2 door drives


Car control box and/or more than 2 car operating

v] Safety circuit PCB


Service Module LCD Integrated on ASILOG PCB
' Two or more cable looms (subrisers) may be required for a Z-Line Terminal riser due to high 110 power
consumption (depending on the number of Z-Line Option Boxes per cable loom). In this case, the subrisers
are each individual LON bus segments, separated by LREP PCBs with integrated bus termination.
-
Miconic l 0-GC Simplex Elevator

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Miconic 10-GC Multiplex Elevator


Section 2-2-6

Overview This figure illustrates the principles of the hardware architecture for a
Picture Miconic 10-GC elevator in a group with group related functions. For
details on the multiplex configuration of several elevators, see Miconic
10-GC Multiplex Configuration, and for details on the OKR, see Miconic
10-GC Car.

OKR --- OKR2


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Description Remarks
/l-Solid lines Power lines
Multiple solid lines I/O lines
/]
/I ------ Dashed lines (long dashes) Lift bus LON

1
7 -------- Dashed lines (short dashes) Group bus LON

1( - . . W . .--. Dashed lines (long-dot-dot dashes) Group bus VCOM (RS-485)


Arrow on line To next elevator in group
Application specific interface and

(BAFG#]Bus terminator for group bus # corresponds to BPL no.

IBAFL#IBus terminator for lift bus # corresponds to BPL no.


The backplane PCBs used for lift are
BPLI, then BPL3.
The backplane PCBs used for group
are BPL2, then BPL4 (sequence of
Backplane PCB(s)
I10 PCBs on group backplanes: first
optional group I/O, then terminal
riser(s) for the first access side, then
for the second access side).
VCOM (RS-485) communication .
For group bus

LON communication PCB For lift bus and group bus


CPU PCB > '

110 PCBs for elevator specific I10 on


LONIOS LON I10 PCB
BPL1 and BPL3, as well as for group
specific 110 on BPL2 and BPL4
Z-Line terminal risers are separate
LON bus segments. The segments
LON repeater PCB
are separated by LREP PCBs with

m- rakecontrol PCB
Power supply unit group

FPower
/supply unit lift
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OKR2 only required for 2 door drives
Car control box andlor more than 2 car operating

/SKE]Safety circuit PCB


v/ Service Module LCD Integrated on ASILOG PCB
' Two or more cable looms (subrisers) may be required for a Z-Line Terminal riser due to high I10 power
consumption (depending on the number of Z-Line Option Boxes per cable loom). In this case, the subrisers
are each individual LON bus segments, separated by LREP PCBs with integrated bus termination.

Miconic 10-GC Multiplex Elevator


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K604009 Section 2-2-7: System Overview - Hardware Architecture

Miconic TX-GC I Miconic 10-GC


- Miconic 10 Multiplex Confi

INVENT10 AG
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Miconic 10-GC Multiplex Configuration


Section 2-2-7

Overview This figure illustrates the principles of the hardware configuration with 0
Picture 10-GC bus termination for a Miconic 10-GC group (L8 in the figure has no group g
m
related functions!). For details on an individual elevator in a group, see E
Miconic 10-GC Multiplex Elevator, and for details on the OKR, see E0
Miconic 10-GC Car V)

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Description Remarks
7 1 Solid lines Power lines
I I l l ~ u G l solid
e lines I/IIO lines

1(
I Dashed lines (long dashes)
Dashed lines (short dashes)
Lift bus LON
Group bus LON
I
Group bus VCOM and building bus
--. Dashed lines (long-dot-dot dashes)

Bus terminator (BAF) Z-Line On LREP (integrated on PCB) and


terminal riser (group bus LON) at end of LON terminal riser
Bus terminator (BAFL) for lift bus
On BPLl and on ICE in last OKR
I
Bus terminator (BAFG) for group
bus LON
Bus terminator (BAG) for group bus
IOn BPL2 of first and last elevator in
group
Internal on EBCOM of first and last
A /lvcoM elevator in group

ASILOG 1 Application specific interface and


logic PCB
In multiplex installations, LON
terminal risers are separate LON
Bus terminator for group bus LON in
BAF bus segments, and must therefore
Z-Line terminal riser
be terminated with a bus terminator
BAF.
The backplane PCBs used for lift
are BPLI, then BPL3. The
BPL Backplane PCB(s)
backplane PCBs used for group are
BPL2, then BPL4.
GC10 IICPU PCB
Option, required for connection to
Gateway PCB
IGW Lobbyvision

/ L o b b y V i s i o n i Option
In multiplex installations, 2-Line
terminal risers are separate LON
bus segments. The segments are
separated by LREP PCBs with
integrated bus termination.

I
OKR2 only required for 2 door
Car control box drives andlor more than 2 car
operating panels
' Two or more cable looms (subrisers) may be required for a Z-Line Terminal riser due to high I10 power
consumptron (depending on the number of Z-Line Option Boxes per cable loom).
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K604009 Section 2-2-8: System Overview - Hardware Architecture - Miconic l 0 Car

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Section 2-2-8
Miconic 10-GC Car

Overview This figure illustrates the principles of the hardware architecture for the G
OKRs of Miconic 10-GC. b
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Description Remarks

FSolid
( lines Power lines

7
1Multiple solid lines I/O lines

/l Dashed lines (long dashes) Lift bus LON


/ A Z R C r z - ~ i n edestination indicator
I
v
1 Bus terminator for lift bus On last OKR only
Interface PCB to Z-Line Firefighting
c

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[ICE1Car interface PCB


N
:

Power switch for NGC


~ I - L Ocommunication PCB
:

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/LREP LON repeater PCB

Power supply unit car


X
Used in case of long distances
between OKR(s) and AS

/ O K R I c a r control bow
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lntetface PCB to car operating
g
panel
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K604009 Section 2-3: System Overview - Physical Locations

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Section 2-3 Physical Locations

Introduction The drawings below show the physical locations of all components and
related components of Miconic TX-GC / Miconic 10-GC.

One Cabinet For Variodyn drives up to VF85 BR, the drive unit is located in the same
Solution AS as the control Miconic TX-GC / Miconic 10-GC.

One Cabinet Solution (Variodyn up to VF85 BR)

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Two Cabinet For Variodyn VF120 PFI and higher, the drive unit and control Miconic
Solution TX-GC 1 Miconic 10-GC are each located in a separate AS.

Two Cabinet Solution (Variodyn VF 120 PF 1 and Higher)


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K604009Section 2-4: System Overview - Overview Control Cabinet

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Section 2-4 Overview Control Cabinet

Q
Overview This is an overview of the control cabinet AS for the control together with $
Picture the associated parts list. 5
c
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1 2 3 4 4

OvenlieW Picture

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Component The following table identifies the individual components shown in the
List overview picture:

Component

Control cabinet AS 1810

PCB LONIOS16.Q (LON interface to I10


for hoistway wiring)
PCB LONDAGI .Q (LON interface to I10

indicators)

Pos. 2)

(41IBatteryI NSG Battery


PCB GW2.M (gateway to building bus, see
K 603204)
Area for Variodyn drive up to VF85 (one
cabinet solution)

Adapter transformer brake


ITAMVE/1Ibadaptertransformer motor ventilator

1
101 Switching power supply unit for indicators [-IF1
/ I F ] Switching power supply unit group

1
11
/1 Switching power supply unit lift

F l
w l
1 1 1 1 1
Terminal block AS.X3 including filter
module
Mains filter FENS - \ F -

1151)
Mains filter light pGizil)14172531
Mains filter group (460V\((417253(
Power supply unit safety circuit
(transformer)
l JTHSK I Thermal switch safety circuit l 2 3 0 0.2A
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Overview Car
Section 2-5 Interface BOX

Overview This is an overview of the car interface box OKR for the control together
Picture with the associated parts list.

Overview Picture

Component The following table identifies the individual components shown in the
List overview picture:

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F-] F '
(pK-]

1
1
1(
1
Component
OKR with individual parts:

l a : cover
lb: pull-out extension
Ic: base part
I d : installation socket

~nspectioncontrol panel
(TechnXZKiZlFl

1 1 F I
mF/ Switching Power Supply Car

Adapter transformer

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1
7
1
4
18
8
1
5
1 Fermator,
Wittur DC

FlVI Switch for NGC'''f'


C.."-
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[6 Iv) Terminal block 0KR.XI I I I I
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7 7
1 ' PCB ICE1.Q (car interface PCB) ~ ~ p G i z - 1
8
11- PCB LONBIO16.Q l-([
[l)l ION bus termination (pGG1
il
T
IqI(1
1 Z-Line
PC6 HTlC

~oad
Firefighting
(MiconicUnit)
10-GC only: interface to

measurement system
TIB
1 y p G q
PCB LREPI .Q (optional LON repeater on
ICE PCB)

/)F ] to car operating panel) 1 1 5 9 0 8 6 8 1


PCB TIC (interface
Component List
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K604009 Section 2-6: System Overview - Exercise

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Section 2-6 -
Exercise System Overview

Test Yourself The following exercise gives you a number of statements about
Miconic TX-GC / Miconlc 10-GC Please indicate the validity of every
statement in the table.
,

Test Table

none

The control is based on components of


Miconic TX Release 4
A two cabinet solution is required for P F I
frequency converters
380 VAC power supply is no longer
supported (only 400 VAC)

The control supports Z-Line destination call


terminals
The control requires new peripherals for
load measurement

F l I ~ h control
e supports only Schindler doors ~ l ~ l I ( 6 /

The control has a traffic mode for up- and


down-peak operation
The EBCOM68 PCB is requ~redfor multiplex
installations

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Section 2-7 -
Solution System Overview

Test Yourself The table below shows the correct answers for every statement.

F~FF~ ;
Answers

GC GC
none

Every installation is a commission solution ~ l ~


El The control is based on components of
Miconic TX Release 4 mmm
El A two cabinet solution is required for PF1
frequency converters mmm
380 VAC power supply is no longer
supported (only 400 VAC)

F]AlTP Overlay is supported


mmm
mm101
H. The control supports Z-Line destination call
terminals mmm
El The control requires new peripherals for
load measurement
The control requires new monitoring devices I
mmm
~ /
The control supports only Schindler doors ~ I I
OEllThe control functions for traffic control, travel
10 control and door control are distributed on
several PCBS
The control has a traffic mode for up- and
down-peak operation
.Bmm
mmm
The EBCOM68 PC6 is required for multiplex
installations

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Section 3-1 PCB Overview

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Introduction The table in this chapter gives a short overview of the PCBs used in the g
control.
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PCB Table 7 I F l Description o
V)

Application Specific
Interface U i c and
backplane for extension
boards, includes

Bus termmator for LON

for multiplex elevator)

described in separate
document (K 603204)

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Car interface PCB

LON communication

and position indicators

Interface to car

PC6 Overview
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Section 3-2-0
PCBs

Summary This section contains an overview of all PCBs used in the control. 0

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3-2-1 Bus Termination BAFUBAFGIBAF

C 3-2-2 PCB ASILOG3

I I
o 3-2-3 PCB BPL

n
F ~ p $
n-3-2-6 PCB GC10360

c m m
3-2-7

3-2-8
PCB HTlC (Miconic 10-GC only)

PCB ICE

F ~ p
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Section 3-2-1
Bus Termination BAFUBAFGIBAF

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Introduction This is an overview of the BAFUBAFGIBAF, which is used as LON bus L
Q
terminator for the lift bus (as BAFL), the group bus (as BAFG), and for
Miconic 10 Z-Line Terminal risers (as BAF): 7E
4

pF-1 Description

p] The only element of the BAFUBAFGIBAF is a 105 R resistor


Details on BAFUBAFG/BAF
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Section 3-2-2
PCB ASILOG3

Introduction This is an overview of the ASILOG3 PCB, which combines back~lane

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As backplane PCB, the ASILOG3 PC6

handles distribution of lift and group power


Handling, creation supply to the connected PCBs
and distribution of creates all necessary logics voltages for
power supply them
manages power supply for alarm and
emergency (NSG Battery).

The SMLCD (2 X 16 character display and four


push buttons) as user interface for elevator
User interface control and diagnostics is fully integrated into the
ASILOG3 PCB. It also includes the interface to
CAD1 and Servitel.
The ASILOG3 PCB is the interface to the SKE
PCB which monitors the safety circuit.
ASILOG3 Features

Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the ASILOG3


PCB:

Item Description
Green LED to check the presence of lift supply:
ON Power OK
OFF No power

Green LED to check the presence of group

Green LED to check the presence of the 5 VDC


supply for ASILOG3 and EBs:
ON Power OK
OFF No power

Green door-zone LEDs (only if NGL on,


otherwise see BUZZER):
PHS PHNRD Car Position in Hoistway
More than 18.5 cm distance
OFF OFF
from floor level
PHS / PHNRD
Above floor level (between
ON OFF
1.5 cm and 18.5 cm)

OFF ON Below floor level (between


1.5 cm and 18.5 cm)
ON ON Within i 1.5 cm on floor level
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PCB BPL
Section 3-2-3

Introduction This is an overview of the BPL PCB, which is a backplane PCB for lift
and group 110: 5
c

Item Description
X2-1-1 Power supply from NGL or NGG
X2-1-2 Power supply for ASILOG3 (on BPLl or BPL2 only)
X4-1-1 ... X4-1-4 LON bus and power supply connectors
X5-1-1 ... X5-1-4 4 slots for LONIOS and LONDAG PCBs
+

Details on BPL PCB

PCB The BPL PCB as backplane PCB distributes LON bus for lift bus and
Description group bus, as well as the respective 24 VDC signals, offering the
following functionalities:

Feature I1 Description 11
110s from lift or group LON nodes are collected /
distributed according to the BPL PCB number.
LON bus Odd numbers (BPL1, BPL3, ..) are lift
backplanes. Even numbers (BPL2, BPL4) are
group backplanes.
Together with the LON signals, the respective
power supply (from NGL on lift backplanes and
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power supply (from NGL on lift backplanes and
from NGG on group backplanes) are distributed
Power supply
to the next corresponding BPL PCB in the row,
plus to ASILOG3 from the first lift or group
backplane.
BPL Features

Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the BPL PCB:

Item Description
There is one multi-fuse for each connected I10
PCB. They are activated (get high impedance) if
the current through the multi-fuse exceeds
Multi-fuses about 2 A DC. To get low impedance again, it is
required to remove the reason for too high
current, and to disconnect them from power
supply for about 10 minutes.
Diagnostic Features on BPL PCB
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K604009 Section 3-2-4: Components and Power Supply - PCBs - PCB EBCOM68

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Section 3-2-4 PCB EBCOM68

Introduction This is an overview of the EBCOM68 PCB, which serves as interface to


the VCOM group bus, which is based on RS-485:

VCOM group bus connections


Description
I
Integrated bus termination BAG, activation depends on settings of switches A
and B (see table below for settings)

I T ]For factory test only, do not use


Details on EBCOM68 PCB

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Diagnostic Features on EBCOM68 PCB
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Section 3-2-5
PCB EBLON2

Introduction This is an overview of the EBLON2 PCB, which is the LON


communication interface for the GC10360: -
L ;-- - 3 ,d r.

7
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-
I Description
Input connector for LON lift bus
Input connector for LON group bus
Details on EBLON2 PC6

PCB The EBLON2 PCB is an Extension Board with LON interface for 2
Description connections, offering the following functionalities:

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Feature Description

-1-
Signal conversion
For each of the 2 LON bus interfaces (lift and
group), there is one logic circuit with an Echelon
transceiver for conversion from / to the data bus.
EBLON2 Features

LON The following diagnostic features for LON are implemented on this PCB:
Diagnostics
1

Item Description
Yellow LED to indicate communication on the
APPL LED
LON bus
SERV LED Red LED: indicates when service pin is pressed
SERVICE pin for initiating a LON communication
test (no effect here, as this is the master node
SERVICE pin
and SERVICE usually tests communication with

L 0 N Diagnostics
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Section 3-2-6
PCB GC10360 . . -- ---
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PCB for the elevator control: .
is the central processing
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Description

2 MB Flash EPROM in four PLCC packages (exchangeable)

' P I - ~ u t t ofor
n resetting the elevator control
connector for software download
Details on GC10360 PC6

PCB In the philosophy of the Global Control Platform, the GC10360 is a


Description Generic CPU and Input Output Board, running with a Motorola MC68360
CPU. It serves as the CPU card for the elevator control, offering the
following functionalities:

Feature Description

I
The Motorola 68360 CPU running at 25 MHz
Central Processing with 4 MB RAM is running software tasks which
Unit
were previously performed on multiple PCBs.
2 MB of Flash EPROM are holding

the application software for the GC10360


Application
PCB
software and
the masters of the LON application
service tables
software for all types of LON nodes
the service tables PCT and SCT.

One of the GC10360 applications is to serve as


the LON bus master, i.e. to administrate LON
nodes and to coordinate LON 110. This includes
LON bus master distribution of the correct LON application
software from the Flash EPROM to LON nodes
with invalid software status (e.g. after PCB
exchange or software upgrade).
Via download over the special RS-232 interface
on this PCB, the application software in the
Flash EPROM both for the GC10360 PC6 itself
and the masters for the various types of LON
nodes can be upgraded.
The GC10360 CPU provides the necessary 110
Communication channels for communication via EBLON and
EBCOM.
GC10360 Features

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Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the GC10360


PCB:

Item Description
Green status LED for boot sequence (see
below), normally off
Green LED for CPU availability, flickering rapidly
as long as CPU is available (controlled by lowest
priority task)
V l ~ r e e LEDncontrolled by VX watch, flickering at
1 Hz
Red error LED, active

during boot sequence (see below)


ERROR if PCT is missing
if SCT is missing
if Lift ID is wrong

Diagnostic Features on GC10360 PCB

Boot Sequence The following sequence of LED combinations is displayed during system
startup:

System Status
Status after startup / reset
pFq-ZqpFFlF]
Only during download of the target
software from PC '~1~;l~~
Mirror software from Flash to RAM
(VRTX init)
VCOM starting, tasks launched
FFImFl
~~IloFFI(MF'I~
CPU time becomes available ~ I ~
Normal, boot sequence finished ~~~~1
MF: machine gun flashing, very rapid flickering
** RF: rapid flickering
*" 1 Hz: blinking 1 time per second

Boot Sequence

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K604009 Section 3-2-7: Components and Power Supply - PCBs - PCB HTIC

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Section 3-2-7
PCB HTlC (Miconic 10-GC only) ..
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Introduction This is an overview of the HTIC PCB, which is used as interface for the
firefighting unit of Miconic 10-GC to the TIC PCB:

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Front Side P b - .-- Back Side
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Description

p] I O N connectors

/l Connectors for I10 blocks (per connector one block with 16 floors)
Connectors for LONBIO

p] Hexadecimal address switches for setting the LON bus address of the PCB

Details on HTlC PC6

PCB The HTlC PCB as interface PCB from the firefighting unit for Miconic 10
Description to the TIC PCB offers the following functionalities:

Feature Description
Depending on the number of 110 blocks on the
firefighting unit (1 to 4 blocks with 16 buttons
110 conversion each), one or two HTlC PCBs are required to
collect and convert the input signals and forward
them to a TIC PCB via LONBIOIG PCBs.
HTlC Features

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K604009 Section 3-2-7: Components and Power Supply - PCBs - PCB HTlC

Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the HTIC PCB:

Item Description
Green LED to check the presence of power
I from the Firefi htin Unit
ON PowerOK
OFF No power

Diagnostic Features on HTlC PC6 (Back Side)

PCB LON The following diagnostic features for LON are implemented on this PCB:
Diagnostics
Item Description
Green LED to indicate the status depending on
LON application and LON communication:
Static ON, shortly LON application OK
flashing in case of
LON communication
incoming LON
OK
telegram
APPL LED
Static OFF, 4 X shortly LON application OK
flashing for negative LON communication
communication action error
LON application error
Static off, not flashing
LON communication
at all
error

SERV LED Red LED: indicates when service pin is pressed

1 SERVICE pin
SERVICE pin for initiating a LON communication
test
L 0N Diagnostics
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K604009 Section 3-2-8: Components and Power Supply - PCBs - PCB ICE

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PCB ICE '

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Introduction This is an overview of the ICE PCB, which serves as car interface PCB
- for distribution 1 collection of car signals from 1 to the control:

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Item Description
X1, X2 Connectors for LONBIO
X5-1-1 Car light and car fan (Attention: 230 VAC)
Area DOOR for connection of Schindler and predefined third-
party doors as well as for other door 110,e.g. door reversing
devices
X5-3-1 ... X5-3-13 Area DA for connection of alarm circuitry
X5-4-1 ... X5-4-12 Area C-LOGIC for connection of car logics
X5-5-1 ... X5-5-11 Area SK for connection of safety circuit contacts

1
v]
X5-6-1 ... X5-6-7
Area LON for direct LON 110, e.g. from / t o car operating panels
via the TIC / HTlC PCBs, from / to Miconic 10-GC equipment and
from LONLMDMS
Hexadecimal address switches for setting the LON bus address
of the PCB
Details on ICE PCB

PC6 The ICE PCB is the interface PCB to the car in Europe and in all other
Description regions, except NA, and is offering the following functionalities:

Feature Description
On the ICE PCB, all car related signals are
LON bus data collected and transmitted to the control cabinet
collection 1 via LON on the travelling cable, or LON signals
distribution from the control cabinet are distributed here,
respectively.
Partially, the power lines to consumers on 1 in
Power supply the car are routed and controlled via the ICE

ICE Features

Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the ICE PCB:

Item Description
Green LED to check the presence of power

ON Power OK
OFF I No power
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I/ Green LED to check the presence of 5 VDC


supply:
ON PowerOK
OFF No power
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Diagnostic Features on ICE PC6

PCB LON The following diagnostic features for LON are implemented on this PCB:
Diagnostics
Item Description
Green LED to indicate the status depending on
LON application and LON communication:
Static ON, sho'ly
LON application OK
flashing in case of
LON communication
incoming LON
OK
telegram
APPL LED
Static OFF, 4 X shortly LON application OK
flashing for negative LON communication
communication action error
LON application error
Static off, not flashing
LON communication
at all
error

SERV LED Red LED: indicates when service pin is pressed

rl
SERVICE pin
E W C E p n for initiating a LON communication

LON Diagnostics
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K604009 Section 3-2-9: Components and Power Supply - PCBs - PCB LONBIO16

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Section 3-2-9
PCB LONBIOIG

Introduction This is an overview of the LONBIO16 PCB, which is a LON


communication PCB for several 110 PCBs:

/ Description
F X 1 / 2 I / ~ o n n e c t o rfor
s piggyback installation on respective I10 PCB (TIC, HTIC, ICE)
Details on LONBIO16 PCB

PCB The LONBIOIG PCB interfaces 16110s to the LON bus, and is offering
Description the following functionalities:

Feature Description
I10 conversion Uses an Echelon LON transceiver

LON address
Must be provided by board to which LONBIO16
is connected
LONBIO16 Features
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LON The following diagnostic features are implemented on this PCB:


Diagnostics
Item Description
LON diagnostics LON diagnostic LEDs are located on base PCB

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K604009 Section 3-2-10: Components and Power Supply - PCBs - PCB LONDAG

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Section 3-2-10
PCB LONDAG L=\.+U c -. rqt.
*A

Introduction This is an overview of the LONDAG PCB, which is a LON interface PCB
for direction arrows, gong and position indicators:

F] Description
I10 connections for Gray code and gong

I10 connections for direction arrows and gong

Connection to BPL PCB

1 Hexadecimal address switches tor setting the LON bus address of the PCB

Defails on LONDAG PCB

PCB The LONDAG PCB is the LON bus I10 interface for landing indicators
Description and gongs, offering the following functionalities:

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Feature Description
110 interface for up and down arrows plus 7-bit
Grey code output (possibility for more than 63
floors)
Special output interface with max. current 1 A,
Gong interface selectable gong frequencies and software
controllable volume
LONDAG Features

Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the LONDAG


PCB:

Item Description
Green LED to check the presence of power
supply:
ON PowerOK
OFF No power

Diagnostic Features on LONDAG PCB

PCB LON The following diagnostic features for LON are implemented on this PCB:
Diagnostics
Item Description
Green LED to indicate the status depending on
LON application and LON communication:
Static ON, shortly
LON application OK
flashing in case of
LON communication
incoming LON
OK
telegram
APPL LED
Static OFF, 4 X shortly LON application OK
flashing for negative LON communication
communication action error
LON application error
Static off, not flashing LON communication
at all
error

r!
SERV LED

SERVICE pin
Red LED: indicates when service pin is pressed
=?VICE pin for initiating a LON communication

LON Diagnostics
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K604009 Section 3-2-1 1: Components and Power Supply - PCBs - PCB LONIOS16

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Section 3-2-1 1
PCB LONIOSIG F ? .

Introduction This is an overview of the LONlOS16 PCB, which is the generic lift and
group I10 PCB:

=IV Description

X1
1IIO connections
a/i Connection to BPL PCB I
a L H e x a d e c i r n a laddress switches for setting the LON bus address of the PCB
I 1
I
Details on LONIOSI 6 PCB

PCB The LONIOSIG PCB is the LON bus I10 interface for 16 hoistway IlOs.
Description offering the following functionalities:

Feature Description
16 110s with maximum load equivalent to two
I t 0 interface
5W incandescent lamps
LONIOS?6 Features

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K604009 Section 3-2-1 1: Components and Power Supply - PCBs - PCB LONIOSIG

Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the LONIOS16


PCB:

Item Description
Green LED to check the presence of power
supply:
ON Power OK
OFF No power

Diagnostic Features on LONIOS76 PCB

PCB LON The following diagnostic features for LON are implemented on this PCB:
Diagnostics
Item Description
Green LED to indicate the status depending on
LON application and LON communication:
Static ON, shortly
LON application OK
flashing in case of
LON communication
incoming LON
OK
telegram
APPL LED
Static OFF, 4 X shortly LON application OK
flashing for negative LON communication
communication action error
LON application error
Static off, not flashing
LON communication
at all
error

1
r SERV LED

SERVICE pin
Red LED: indicates when service pin is pressed
E ? V I C E pin for initiating a LON communication

LON Diagnostics
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K604009 Section 3-2-12: Components and Power Supply - PCBs - PCB LREP

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Section 3-2-12
PCB LREP

Introduction

Description

1XI-1-1
Standard connector for LON connection (internal bus termination of 105 R,
same as BAFUBAFGIBAF)
Connector fitting into standard LON connection
Details on LREP PCB
- -

PCB The LREP PCB is a LON Repeater PCB which is used in cases where
Description the LON specifications make an extension of the LON bus necessary,
and offers the following functionalities:

Feature Description
Required for segments with too many nodes or
which are too long, and for node-to-node
distances which are too long
As the LON repeater is physically separating two
Integrated bus
LON bus segments, the LREP PCB has a built-
termination
in bus termination (105 Ohm)
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LREP Features
-

Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the LREP PCB:

Item Description
Green LED to check the presence of power
supply:
ON Power OK
OFF No power
4

Diagnostic Features on LREP PCB

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K604009 Section 3-2-13: Components and Power Supply - PCBs - PCB MBB

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Section 3-2-13
PCB MBB

Introduction This is an overview of the MBB PCB, which is a generic module for
control of various brake types:

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F[ Description

)Relays

Brake contactors (KB, KBI), PT100 or therrnistor

p\ Trip counter

p]' Brake connector


230 VAC power supply
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1 X1-1-5 11 230 VAC power supply I]
Details on MBB PCB

PCB The MBB PCB is the implementation of a generic brake module on a


Description single PCB, offering the following functionalities:

Feature Description
Configuration of brake type by software
Modularity
parameterization
Separation of load dependent and load
independent power lines
MBB Features

Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the MBB PCB:

Description
Green LED for presence of the respective power

ON Power OK
OFF No power

Green LED for communication status with


GC10360:

OFF No communication

Green LED for brake status:


ON MBB switched brake voltage ON
OFF MBB switched brake voltage OFF

Green LED for the status of the safe circuit:


ON Safety circuit is closed
\ r. OFF Safety circuit is open
S- *

Yellow LED for the status of MBB:


ON MBB is not ready to operate the brake
OFF MBB is ready to operate the brake

Red LED for status of MBB hardware and of

ERROR

Diagnostic Features on MBB PCB


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K604009 Section 3-2-14: Components and Power Supply - PCBs - PCB SKE

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PCB SKE
Section 3-2-1 4

Introduction This is an overview of the SKE PCB, which is a generic, drive


independent safety circuit PCB:

Description
SKD relays integrated on PCB for information from the safety circuit

)Safety relays
Connectors to safety contacts
(X5-4-1 and X5-8-3 may not be mounted, o p t ~ o n )

Details on SKE PC6

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PCB The SKE PCB is the implementation of a generic safety circuit module
Description on a single PCB, offering the following functionalities:

Feature Description
Integration Integration of SKD and relays on one PCB
Conforming to EN-81, EMC tested, has
certification from German TiJV
SKE Features

Overview The following picture shows a block diagram of the safety circuit with an
Picture overview of the contacts in the elevator system which are relevant for the
safety circuit:
380 ..,415 VAC

NGSKI I

JTHSK
:

ESE

u u u ~ u - u
RKPH KHA JHSG ,... JHC ,... KBV,... KTS ,... KV KTC ,...

Block Diagram of Safety Circuit

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Safety Circuit The following table shows the assignment of contacts and switches to
LEDs the individual LEDs:

LED 11 Location 11 Contacts and Switches II

JHSG, KBA, KNT, KUSSA, KSSBV,


Hoistway 1 Pit
T2 KSSBVG, KTSG, KWS
/MR 1KHA. KSSM
T3
1 c a r roof 1 DREC-UID, ETSL, JHC, JHCT, JREC,
KF,KNA, KNE, KSSC
1-( KBV, KBVG, KNE-UID, KP, KPG
I Landing Doors I KTS K T5 I

Safety Circuit LEDs

Diagnostics The following additional cliagnostic features are implemented on the SKE
PCB:

Description
Green LED* for Relay Safety Circuit On
LRSK-E
(SW switches on RF, R F I , RSK, RSKI)
--

Green LED* for Relay Door Shaft Car


LRTSC
(SW switches shaft and car door contacts)
Green LED* for Relay Trigger Door
LRTRT (SW switches door overbridging if car speed is
slow enough)
Green LED* for Relay Travel lnitiation On
LRFE-E
(SW switches RFE)
p- - - - -

Green LED* for Relay Travel lnitiation


LRFE (Starts Trip in coordination with RSK, RSKI, RF,
RFI)
LRSKl
(contact set 2) Green LED* for Relay Safety Circuit
(switches on SH and brake supply and checks
LRSK drop off of RFE)
(contact set 1)
LRFI
(contact set 2) Green LED* for Relay Travel
LRF (switches on SH and brake supply)
(contact set 1)
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(contact set 1)
ULSK Green LED* for Status Power Safety Circuit
The LEDs indicate the status of the respective relay:
r
ON Relay energized
OFF Relay not energized

Diagnostic Features on SKE PCB


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K604009 Section 3-2-15: Components and Power Supply - PCBs - PC6 TIC

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K604009 Section 3-2-15: Components and Power Supply - PCBs - PCB TIC

ltern Description
X I , X2 Connectors for LONBIO
X1-1-1 ... X1-1-12 I10 connectors for 12 110s
X1-1-13 I10 connectors for gray code (P-VICSSG-0 .. 3)
XI-2-1 ... XI-2-12 I10 connectors for 12 110s
X2-1-1 ... X2-1-2 110 connectors for P-VLRC-UID, shared 110s with X2-1-3
I10 connectors for Gray code (P-VICSSG-4 .. 5) and P-VLRC-
X2-1-3
UID (can be configured as P-VICSSG-6 ..7, see above)
X2-1-4, X4-1-1 LON connectors
Hexadecimal address switches for setting the LON bus address

Details on TIC PC8

PCB The TIC PC6 is the interface PCB to operation and indicator elements in
Description the car, and is offering the following functionalities:

Feature Description
Depending on the number of 110s in the car, one
or more TIC PCBs are required collect and
convert the input signals and forward them to an
110 conversion
ICE PC8 via a LONBIOIG PCB, or to receive
and convert the output signals this way,
respectively.
TIC Features

Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the TIC PCB:

l Item Description
Green LED to check the presence of power
supply:
ON Power OK
OFF No power
1

Diagnostic Features on TIC PCB

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PCB LON The following diagnostic features for LON are implemented on this PCB:
Diagnostics
Item Description
Green LED to indicate the status depending on
LON application and LON communication:
Static ON, shortly
LON application OK
flashing in case of
LON communication
incoming LON
OK
telegram
APPL LED Static OFF, 4 X shortly LON application OK
flashing for negative LON communication
communication action error
LON application error
Static off, not flashing LON communication
at all
error

SERV LED Red LED: indicates when service pin is pressed


SERVICE pin for initiating a LON communication
SERVICE pin

LON Diagnostics
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K604009 Section 3-3-0: Components and Power Supply - Power Supply Concept

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Power Supply Concept


Section 3-3-0

Summary This section contains information on the power supply concept for the
control which is identical for Miconic TX-GC and for Miconic 10-GC. The
information is grouped in several sections, each describing a detail of the
power supply concept.

Contents
pGFl7 Section

1
3-3
-1 Power Lift and Safety Circuit - 4 Wire

p] Power Lift and Safety Circuit - 5 Wire


l
/l Power Group
/l' power Light
1Gl
' Emergency and Alarm
Power

1 Power Supply Units

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Power Lift and Safety Circuit - 4 Wire


Section 3-3-1

Overview The following figure contains an overview of the lift power supply (4
Picture wire mains) for a simplex elevator or an individual elevator in a multiplex
configuration:

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Description Remarks

r -A-----

I Dashed line (dash-dot-dash...)


I
Indicates optional components
Application Specific Interface and
Logic PCB
Emergency power supply

Backplane PCB(s) for lift specific 110s is BPLI, then


BPL3, BPLS, and BPL7

/FENSI Mains filter control


Gateway PCB VCOM (RS-485) to Lobbyvision
Car interface PCB
/JNGCI Switch for NGC
c
c
1JFls~ 1 Ground fault circuit breaker for
safety circuit
Required for CE only

Ground fault circuit breaker for


control I I

?\'Main power switch


I
T I - ~ h e r m aswitch
l brake
- -
JTHSI-Thermal switch control _
JTHSKI Thermal switch safety circuit .
Encapsulated together with
Thermal switch 4 wire circuit respective adapter transformer, thus
no differentiation JTH4L112

1-
I MG(V)B I Magnetic (valve) brake
Motor pump brake
e
I For hydraulic brake
(l I/ Motor ventilator
Additional power supply unit

NGC I/ Power supply unit car 11


NGL I Power supply unit lift fi
NGSK/Power supply unit safety circuit .~

RKPH 11 Phase control relav 11 Option


SKE ( 1 Safety circuit PCB 11
T 11 Door
1I 11 Option: not required for mains
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Option: not required for mains
voltages

between (380 V - 15O/0) and


(415 V + 6%) for VF30 BR
between (380 V - 15%) and
Adapter transformer drive
(415 V + 10%) for VF50 BR
and VF85 BR
between (380 V - 15%) and
(460 V + 10%) for VF120 to
VF280 P F l

I
7 ~ 4 ~ 1Adapter transformer 230 VAC c
F l ~ ~ d a p ttransformer
e r 230 VAC
I
r ( ~ d a p t e transformer
r brake
s
Option. not required for mains
Adapter transformer control voltages between (380 V - 10%) and

Option: required depending on door


Adapter transformer door

I VF I/ variodyn drive 1 1
Power Liff and Safety Circuit - 4 Wire Mains

For details on adapter transformers, see section 'Adapter Transformers'


in chapter 'Components and Power Supply'.
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Power Lift and Safety Circuit - 5 Wire


Section 3-3-2

0
Overview The following figure contains an overview of the lift power supply (5
Picture wire mains) for a simplex elevator or an individual elevator in a multiplex
f
5
configuration: i .F X * E
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,! L " . . -, . D . 1
E 0
MR /* ,tl, c V)

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--- f

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, :..
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Description Remarks

/l' -
.-F
---
Dashed line (dash-dot-dash...)
l
Indicates optional components
Application Specific Interface and
Logic PCB I
Emergency power supply

Backplane PCB(s)

r)
Mains filter control

GWlGateway PCB
--car interface PCB
JNGC 1 1 switch for NGC !c
JFlSK
Ground fault circuit breaker for
safety circuit / Required for CE only

1
JFIS

JH]
Ground fault circuit breaker for
control
Main power switch -
J T H B - T h e r m a a l switch brake I
(JTHS-( Thegalswitch control U
(JTHSK/[Therrnal switch safety circuit
MBE3 ( Brake PCB
1- Magnetic (valve) brake

r]
Motor pump brake For hydraulic brake
r/
Motor ventilator 0
1'v
"11 Additional power supply unit

Power supply unit car


i.
1 Option for high number of position
indicators and / or travel direction
indicators

/NGLI Power supply unit lift I


v]
/RKPHI
Power supply unit safety circuit
Phase control relay
a
Safety circuit PCB c
c
Option: not required for mains

between (380 V - 15%) and


(415 V + 6%) for VF30 BR
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(415 V + 6%) for VF30 BR
Adapter transformer drive between (380 V - 15%) and
(415 V + 10%) for VF50 BR
and VF85 BR
between (380 V - 15%) and
(460 V + 10%) for VF120 to
VF280 PF1

Adapter transformer motor ventilator Option: required if voltage > 410 V


0
Adapter transformer control

drive and voltage (see

Power Liff and Safety Circuit - 5 Wire Mains

For details on adapter transformers, see section 'Adapter Transformers'


in chapter 'Components and Power Supply'.
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Power Group
Section 3-3-3

Overview The following figure contains an overview of the group power supply for
C.
8
Picture an elevator with group functions in a multiplex configuration:
v

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Description Remarks
Dashed line (dash-dot-dash...) Indicates optional components
Arrow on line To next elevator in group
Elevator (lift ID #) with group
functions
Application Specific Interface and

Emergency power supply


The sequence of backplane PCBs
for group specific 110s is BPL2, the

Filter group

/GW)Gateway PCB VCOM (RS-485) to Lobbyvision

v/
/NGG
Main switch group
Power supply unit group I
Option: required for mains voltages
Adapter transformer group other than 88 V ... 132 V and 170

Power Group
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Section 3-3-4
Power Light

CI
Overview The following figure contains an overview of the light power supply for
Picture an elevator:
PE
MR 0
V)

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Description Remarks

/l - - - - W - -

Dashed line (dash-dot-dash ...) Indicates optional components

F! Alarm option France

Alarm option Italy


operation
Option: intercom device fire

Option: alarm device


Filter light .X
V I r c a r interface PCB 9
/JHLl'~ain switch light I
round fault circuit breaker for light Required for CE only
supply

FCar ( lighting
:r
/MVEC(Ventilator car Option
Socket outlet in AS

(PC]Socket outlet on car -


Power Light
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I!1:
Section 3-3-5
Power Emergency and Alarm

Overview The following figure contains an overview of the power supply for
Picture emergency and alarm of an elevator:

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Description Remarks
Application Specific Interface and
Logic PCB
BATTERY NSG Battery 12 V DC Emergency power supply
The sequence of backplane PCBs for
lift specific 110s BPLI , then BPL3,
BPLS, and BPL7
Backplane PCB(s)
The sequence of backplane PCBs for
group specific 110s is BPL2, then
BPL4
Button alarm 1
VCOM (RS485) to other groups and
(GW/
v I ' ~
Gateway PCB

a i switch
n emergency supply
to Lobbyvision

Thermal switch for LAB Option: required, if LAB installed

_
/JTHTLABI Thermal switch for TLAB Option: required, if TLAB installed
Out-of-service indicator Option
Emergency light car
Door overbridging lamp (elevator in
Option
door zone)
Power supply unit group

'v]
1-
Power supply unit lift
Car interface PCB
c
Option: Following JHNS lTANS only
for voltages other than 230 VAC
2 10% (otherwise direct connection
to building light mains)
~larm
horn

for voltages other than 230 VAC


Intercom system
(otherwise direct connection to

Adapter transformer emergency Option: required for mains voltages


supply *
other than 230 V 10%

Adapter transformer for out-of-


service indicators

Power Emergency and Alarm

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Power Supply Units


Section 3-3-6

introduction This section contains information on the power supply units in AS and
OKR used for the control.

NGL, NGG, For supply of lift and group functions (NGL and NGG), for car supply
NGC, NGAE (NGC), as well as for supply of additional landing indicators (NGAE), the
same power supply unit is used:

-
Switching power supply, short circuit protected

Executron

v) AS (NGL, NGG, NGAE), OKR (NGC) P

88 VAC to 132 VAC or 170 VAC to 264 VAC


*- c- s---c.

7
1* voltage
24 "DC 1.25%
--"===-
1-1
*
150 W

NGL, NGG, NGC, NGAE

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NGSK The supply of the safety circuit requires a special supply voltage, and
thus a special power supply unit:

pLi-1- Component
Power supply unit safety circu~t(transformer), short
circuit protected

Execution

(JTHSKI Thermal switch safety circuit


Ground fault circuit breaker for safety circu~t
(110 VDC 1 30mA pulsed version)
AS

380 VAC to 415 VAC f 10%

Nominal 88 VDCRMSpulsed (64 VDC to 120 VDC)


- -----. f*" it-1 P 7 .,

-lrating 16 VA
Power Supply Unit Safety Circuit

For the components of the safety circuit supply, use only original parts
* \ ,-
,.y and no locally sourced replacements! The Id. numbers can be found in
chapter 'Spare Parts' of K 604013!

NSG The NSG function is realized with an external battery, combined with the
ASILOG battery charger circuit.
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Components and
Section 3-0
Power Supply

Learning
This chapter contains detail information on specific components of the
Objective
control. For each section it is indicated whether its is valid for Miconic
TX-GC or Miconic 10-GC or both (NIA means 'not applicable').

With the information in this chapter the user should know all the PCBs
of the control and the power supply concept.

Contents
Section

1 PCB Overview

1 PCBs

1 3
-3 Power Supply Concept

1 110 Characteristics

1 3
-5 Door Interface

1 3
-6
1 COP Interface

1( Hoistway Peripherals Interface

1 3
-8
1 Safety Circuit

1( - Exercise Components and Power Supply

1 1 Solution - Components and Power Supply


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Section 3-4 110 Characteristics

Introduction The I10 characteristics described in this section are valid for devices
connected to the ASILOG / LONIOS 1 LONDAG PCBs in the AS and to
the ICE PCB in the OKR.

110 Types The following basic I10 types exist:

Description
l Standard Circuit

LU
Input, output or inputloutput

Input: pull-up resistor +

E-'
- active-low
- N.C. contact* => SIGNAL
- N.O. contact* => N SIGNAL
.,
4.

Output: current sink


T
- active-low
- SIGNAL low
+
L
P-
Output: current source
- active-high I r *,
- SIGNAL => high
T0

1 Input: pull-down resistor


- active-high
- N.C. contact* => SIGNAL
- N.O. contact* => N-SIGNAL

Input: pull-up resistor


- active-low
- N.C. contact* => SIGNAL
d.

- N.O. contact* => N-SIGNAL


T
N.C.: normally closed, N.O.: normally open

Basic I/O Types

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Physical 110s The following table shows the assignment of the individual physical 110s
to the basic I/O types:

FEsirl Voltage Range


1-
' E l
F N F 1; 5 0 0 1
Low WDC] Current

~ ~ j
max.**

F.,.,..,..,,,,,pqLJ
yl~l~~
Indicators

FlGong*naogsaundsigna/Wl
~ ~ l n p u f ~
~~1.p.___l~~qyo,,~9,,,.
ICE, ASILOG

IqFI ~
' PO output voltage of corresponding power supply unit (typrcally 24 VDC)
I ~ I
max.*****
~
" Thls value gives the maxlmum current per pin The maximum overall current for a PCB IS given by the
multi-fuse protection

LONIOS16 2 A per 16 110s (multr-fuse on BPL PCB)


TIC. 2 A per 16 I/Os (multr-fuse on TIC PCB)
LONDAG 2 A per LONDAG (multi-fuse on BPL PCB)

*** Min rmpedance for third-party gong typ~cally14 to 18 Q l G if - L - \L - - C..


'*** Min load depending on sw~tchcontacts, 20 mA for door inputs (KSKB, KET-S, KET-0)

***** This value gives the maximum current per pin The maxrmum overall current for the 110s on the ICE
PCB IS limited by the power supply unlt NGC (6 A)

Physical //OS

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All outputs are short-circuit protected!

Logical Signal I10 conversion of the physical input and output to or from the software is
Names done by a mapping via signal names. For inverting the polarity of
SIGNAL, it can be inverted logically in the PCT to N-SIGNAL using the
prefix 'N-'.

Signal Prefixes For inputs, the default status (active-high) does not require a prefix for
the signal name. The designation for inputs which are active-low is 0
preceded by an IN-'. ti
S
Examples: 5 F- *
A .- 2
c
KUET: input, active high
N-KSKB: input, active low

For outputs, the default status (active-low) does not require a prefix for
the signal name. The designation for outputs which are active-high is
preceded by an 'P-'.

Examples:
VST-0: output, active low
P-VICSSG-0: output, active high

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qX5-2-6 (8-pole)

B r m r
Tl,,,,~.,,,l,!j~l~

+ q g - l ~
- i l ~ l ~ 1 1 0 (spare1IIO ) ~
' ~ 1 ~ ~

** The following signals are valid for peripherals:


- A: N.C. contact to 24V
- B: active-low
Logics Signals QKS9/10-1, QKSl l or Varidor 30
(QKS9110-I and Varidor

(QKS9110-1 and QKSl l

(QKS9110-1 and Var~dor

(QKS9110-1 only)

~ (
Switch stop car door

* For a definition of I10 Types, see Section 'I10 Characteristics' in this chapter'

The table below gives the specifications of the door power supply:

VAC1
~

3 )

lQKS9/10-1m-my1
~ Q K S l ~ ~ ( 1
~ ~ 2 X 400 V* / ~ ~ +
* for 4 wire mains, there is always a Varidor 30 with 400 V supply required

Power Supply QKS9/1O-1, QKS11 and Varidor 30

For power connectors and pin assignments of the individual power


supply variants, see the table at the end of the section.

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Power Supply Wittur and Fermator

For power connectors and pin assignments of the individual power


supply variants, see the table below.

Door Power The following table lists the connectors and the pin assignments of the
Connectors individual door power supply variants:
(0KR.XI)

3x400V

0KR.Xl-4-1

If required, an adapter transformer TAT IS connected in-between the connector on


X1 and the door

** Pins 1 to 4 only for 2 X 400 V

Door Power Supply

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l
Door Reversing The following table lists the pin assignments for the signals of the door
Devices reversing devices on the ICE PCB:
(ICE)
~ (Type*) pherals** ~ ~
X-5-2-7 (4-pole) for light barrier and Progard L
p - 1 ~ N O t ~ l ~0
E l l 2 4 V I I ~ E z I I I Z 5bl
miO.IIt3' =E
m-

rIFaA(L3_1- X' '

OFFFF~
X5-2-8 (4-pole) for Progard R

door connectors)

m I 2 4 V j l m r
m l o v i i ~ '
[ ~ I ~ ~ I ~ 1 ( 3 ) 1 / 1
Relay person detection
For a definition of I10 Types, see Section 'I10 Characteristics' in this chapter'
'* The following signals are valid for peripherals:
- A: N.C. contact to 24V
. - B: active-low
Logics Signals QKS9/1O-1, QKS1 1 or Varidor 30
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I

Section 3-6 COP Interface


P-

Introduction This section gives the technical data for I10 to lfrom the car operating 0
panel. &
5
E
E
Car Calls The COP peripheral devices as call buttons, door openlclose buttons, o
V)
Car Indicators travel direction indicators, and position indicators are controlled via the
Miconic TX-GC TIC PCB.
(TIC)
~ l
(TYpe*) ~ l
Generic 110, X1 -1-1.. .X1-1-12, X1 -2-1. ..XI -2-12 (3-pole)
p l a 2 4 V j / r I IPO

r n i o v l i l
Position indicator, XI-1 -13 (6-pole)
MO

pl124VI//I PO

pl~P_VICSSG-O(Ipzq
[ ~ ~ ~ 1 Default configuration
~ (
~ l ~ l ( I l ( 1 ) ] Gray code**

p l p E z Z l 1 ~ ~
'
Position indicator (extension), X2-1-3 (4-pole) l

Direction arrow up, X2-1-1 (3-pole)

p--r/I//1 PO

(P-VICSSG-6)
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Direction arrow down, X2-1-2 (3-pole) . .

Tly24V(I/I PO

m.rl,..i..-nigh
3 I o v l i l MO
For a definition of 110 Types, see Section '110 Characteristics' in this chapter'
** Other coding on commission

"* Shared signal, standard configuration for direction arrow up, but can also be
configured for extending range of position indicator (more than 63 floors)
"" Shared signal, standard configuration for direction arrow down, but can also be
configured for extending range of position indicator (more than 63 floors)

Car Calls For Miconic 10-GC, the following 110 devices are connected:
Car lndicators
Miconic 10-GC Z-Line Destination Indicators (one per door jamb): LON connection
to'lCE PCB

. optional I10 on TIC (e.g. DT-0, DT-S): see 110 description above
optional Z-Line Terminal in hidden box: LON connection to
TC1 .TIC1 (alternatively: Z-Line Firefighting Unit)
optional Z-Line Firefighting Unit in hidden box: LON connection to
TC1 .TIC1 via HTIC PCB (alternatively: Z-Line Terminal)

For more information on the Z-Line fixtures, see K 604023.


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Section 3-7 Hoistway Peripherals Interface

Introduction This section gives the technical data for I10 to / from hoistway
peripherals.

Generic I10 Hall call buttons with and without acknowledge lamp, switches and
(LONIOSIG) lamps, selectors for indicators and gongs, as well as contacts and
switches in AS are controlled via the generic LONIOS16 PCB. The
following table gives the pin layout of a generic LONIOS16 PCB:

SignalpqmperlpheralsDersription (Type*)
X - l - l - l , X-1 -2-1 (10 pole)

p - r l I ( r I PO

r n I O v i i l i ~ 0
1 - q y p F q
msSlgnal1
FImSlgnall
I ~ ~ 'pecific
Appl. I
allocation ~
For signal, see pin
in schematic
1 7 7 1 diagram
FIYSignalFl
FImml
p/ySignalpq
For a definition of I10 Types, see Section 1
' 10 Characteristics' in this chapter'

Direction A special gong and indicator PCB, the LONDAG PCB, provides the
Arrows, specific signals for these peripheral devices (Selector signals for gong
Gong, and direction arrows (LW) must be provided via a generic LONIOS16
Position PCB). The following table gives the pin layout of a LONDAG PCB:
Indicator
(LONDAG)

Position indicator, (gong), X-l -1- l ( l 0 pole)

T I r n - - l / l PO

" 0 (2) l' Active-high


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( 3 11 P-VICSSG-0 ]/ 0 (2) 11 Active-high 1
~ I ~ P _ V I C S S G - 1 ~ 1 ~ 1
~~/P_VICSSG-2I/~pz$-~
Default configuration

~ ~ P _ V I C S S G - 6 ~ ~ ~

11 Direction arrows, gong, XI-2-1, XI-2-2 (3 pole)***

* For a definition of I10 Types, see section 'I10 Characteristics' in this chapter'

'* Other coding on commission

'** All pins of connectors X1-2-1 and XI-2-2 are wired parallel on PCB

Miconic 10-GC The Z-Line Destination Call Terminal is connected via LON bus. Optional
Destination switches, key-switches and signal lamps can be implemented via the 2-
Call Terminal Line Option Box which is connected to the Z-Line terminal. For detailed
information, see Z-Line documentation K 604023. Special switches and
indicators, which can not be provided via the Z-Line Option Box, can be
connected by parallel wiring from a LONIOSI 6 PCB as described above.
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Section 3-8 Safety Circuit

Introduction The following detail information on the safety circuit reflects the data for
the power supply unit NGSK and the SKE PCB, both located in the
control cabinet.
These specifications apply to the safety circuit only! For the control,
there may be restrictions in individual points due to the overall control
specifications or to the specifications of other elements, respectively.

Overview The following picture shows a block diagram of the safety circuit with an
Picture overview of the contacts in the elevator system which are relevant for the
safety circuit: <- , - '
- -' Co.c
+- c c , . C 'L .- z.. CL

-
380 415 V'AC
C .* . "
- . . 7
- > m r :

NGSK / 1

JTHSK

RKPH KHA JHSG ,... JHC ,... KBV ,... KTS ,... KV KTC ,...

Block Diagram of Safety Circuit

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Safety Circuit The following table shows the assignment of contacts and switches to
LEDs the individual LEDs:

Contacts and Switches

JHSG, KBA, KNT, KUSSA, KSSBV,


KSSBVG, KTSG, KWS

DREC-U/D, ETSL, JHC, JHCT, JREC,


KF,KNA, KNE, KSSC

JRH, JHM

Landing Doors
Safety Circuit LEDs
p-- -

Specifications
r [ l t e m ) Description
~ ~ ~
Protection

rlF/pl F O F ~ O OVAC primary

Worst case for 41 5 VAC at

,
Cabling: +30 m supplement
for hoistway headroom, pit
F F ~ ~ I F O ~ H Q = ~ I

entrances For HQ = 300 m

p G E ? l o f I ) F l lFor HQ = 3 m
entrances
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entrances

cross-section HQ 80 m: 0.75 mm
C

Scope of Application

Regulations The following regulations are fulfilled by the safety circuit of the control:

Elevator EN 81-1: 1998


Electrical Environment EN 60204 Art. 6
Schindler EMC instruction CE 95 127
(EN 50081-1 ; EN 50082-2)
Standards and Regulations

Expert Report For the monitoring circuit according to EN 81-1, 12.7.3, and the safety
circuit with the SKE PCB, an expert report was created by a qualified
expert. Document: TUV-Rheinland RB-98A127. -qb
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1
,
!

Exercise - Components and


O 1211998 INVENT10 AG

Section 3-9 Power Supply


0
ti
Test Yourself The following exercise is intended to give you an orientation about the
component locations. Please locate the individual components and
EE
0
indicate their locations as well as their value / status (where V1
applicable).

Test Table Task


Locate power supply unit NGL and measure
secondary voltage
Locate power supply unit NGSK and measure
secondary voltage
Locate power supply switch JNGC OKCc

switch JFlL IvFI


Locate phase control relay RKPH and check
1; C,
. - LEf*

Locate NSG battery and measure voltage ] F ,,-,I - . .., h

I1J~ o c a t eLONDAG PCB -F 1 -


r l ~ o c a t ICE
e PCB
-
m)/
Locate bus termination BAFL ii
-
,

.- _ T
IIFl
Locate and check LED 'PO NGL' <

.
m Locate JMOF switch
c
,,
- L- c
Drl
i -.-

PILocate fuse for SKE-MBB power supply - - - I


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3 1211998 INVENT10 AG

Section 3-i0 Power Supply


0
f
Test Yourself S
The table below shows the correct answers for every task.
I. s
.I

Answers
F] Task
'pzq-iq
El Locate power supply unit NGL and measure
secondary voltage

El Locate power supply unit NGSK and


measure secondary voltage
Locate power supply switch JNGC
F l
p l
IOKRIF]
F]Locate switch JFIL [ASlFI
Locate phase control relay RKPH and check
LED
~ o c a t eNSG battery and measure voltage
Fl
F l
v/p]
~ o c a t eLONDAG PCB FIT[
~ o c a t eICE PCB p G l T 1
Locate bus termination BAFL
Locate and check LED 'PO NGL'
mm1
7 Locate JMOF switch F I F l
W Locate fuse for SKE-MBB power supply

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Section 8-0 Diagnostics


Learning
This chapter includes the following information from the diagnostics
Objective documentation K604007 (Diagnostics Miconic TX-GC / Miconic 10-
GC): basic diagnostic methods and checks, diagnostic LEDs,
diagnostics using SMLCD.

Contents
Section
Diagnostics for Training

1
1' Exercise - Diagnostics

18-31Solution - Diagnostics
1 Documentation Reference
4

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Section 8-1 Diagnostics for Training

Summary This document refers directly to the appropriate sections in chapter


'Diagnostics Procedure' of the diagnostics documentation K 604007. The
other chapters of K 604007 have not been included, as their content has
already been covered elsewhere in the training.

The diagram below gives a graphical overview of the diagnostics


procedure:

I Initial Information

I Operational Check I
Power Supply

SMLCD ErrorLog

I Travel Control LEDs I


O
I Motor Control LEDs*
0
LEDs on Control PCBs ' 3-6
0
I LEDs on Car PCBs
0
3-7

Grounding 3-8
j

0
I Bus Termination
0
3-9

SMLCD LON Diagnostics


0
I Wrong Parameter** I

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Description

Reference to a section in this chapter

Hint to other possible error causes outside this document

See frequency converter diagnostics


Not part of this document. Malfunction may also be caused by
wrong control and drive parameter settings. Check with
SMLCD or CADI.
Procedure Ovenliew

Contents
pc-1 Diagnostics Section (in K 604007)

1 Initial Information

1
3-
2 Operational Check

1
3-
3 Power supply

1
3-4 SMLCD ErrorLog

/l Travel Control LEDs

1 3
6
-
LEDs On Control PCBs

1
3-
7 LEDs on Car PCBs

1
3-
8 Grounding

1
3-
9 Bus Termination

1
3-
10 SMLCD LON Diagnostics

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Section 3-1 Initial Information

Introduction This section shows where initial information can be collected.

Servitel If the call was received via Servitel, field personnel gets a hint for
locating the error by means of the indicated error type. More details can
be found in section 3-4, 'SMLCD ErrorLog'.

Questions to On site, the following questions to the customer may help to clarify the
the Customer error situation:

What does not work?


Does the customer have an idea about the reason of the problem?
Can the problem be reproduced?
How often does the problem occur?
Which measures have been taken by the customer?

Service The following information can be obtained from the service booklet:
Booklet
Similar errors in the past
Last repair Imaintenance.

LobbyVision If LobbyVision is installed on site, the following additional information can


be obtained:

Status of traffic modes (peak programs)


Status of control options, especially locked floors, etc.
Availability of installation (from statistics).

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Section 3-2-0 Operational Check

Introduction The following checks will help you with a fast identification of defective 0
L ,
areas. Q,
%
ar Please consider, that any activity during the operational check may
c
.-S
change the SMLCD ErrorLog!
4l
Car and Door Important information on the car status is if the car is on the floor,
1
Status between floors, at the shaft end, on the buffer or in the safety gear, and
if the car is accessible (door status).

LED Quick Check the following LEDs:


Check
LEDs on power supply units
safety circuit LEDs
phase control relay (option)
frequency converter LEDs (see appropriate instruction).

Contents
Section

1
3-2
-1 Car not on Floor

1 Car on Floor

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K604007 Section 3-2-1: Diagnostics Procedure - Operational Check - Car not on Floor

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Car not on Floor


Section 3-2-1

Introduction This section shows activities and checks for the case that there is an
error and the car is not on a floor.
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Special cases In addition to the test procedure below, the following checks can be
made for two special cases:

The car is at the shaft end or on the buffer. In this case use the
SMLCD to check:
o load value and load measurement system
o position lost
o position tacho fault
o KB and drive feedback.
The car is in the safety gear. In this case check:
o safety gear mechanics (with / without load) or safety gear for
parts which are not fixed
o if overspeed governor is engaged
o for wrong nominal speed (using SMLCD).

Test Procedure In order to find the reason for the error, you may proceed according to
the following table:

Activity Reaction and Checks


Travel starts

Check safety circuit (LED T3)


possible reasons: car in safety gear, at shaft
Use recall end contact, on buffer, ETSL
control
Travel does not start

Try to start with JMOF (see below)

Travel starts
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Check LON communication to car
I Check car power
Check door contacts (KET-S, KET-0, etc.)

Use recall
control with Travel does not start
JMOF
Check safety circuit
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Check KB
Check motor temperature
Check SMLCD ErrorLog
Check frequency converter

Trip Profile for Car between Floors


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K604007 Section 3-2-2: Diagnostics Procedure - Operational Check - Car on Floor

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Car on Floor
Section 3-2-2

Introduction This section contains information on activities and checks for moving the
car from an initial position on the floor.

Door Status In order to find the reason for the error, you may proceed according to
the following table:
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Reaction and Checks


Door closes, ok
Door does not close

Door is open, Check door power


close door using Check mechan~cs
DT-S Check door if door reversing devices are
active
Check for full load Ioverload
Check for special services

Door opens, ok
Door does not open
Door is closed,
enter floor call Check door power
Check mechanics
Check SMLCD error log

Car on Floor

Start Travel Use the car call buttons from outside the car to start the travel and
proceed according to the following table:

Possible Reason and Action

Call is not acknowledged

Check drive
Check LON communication to GC10360
Door does not
close
Call is acknowledged

Check door overbridging

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Travel starts, ok
Travel does not start
Door closes Check safety circuit (KTS, KTC)
Check door contacts (KET-S, KET-0, etc.)
Check drive / brake
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Trip Profile for Car on Floor

a Do not enter car calls while anybody is in the car!


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K604007 Section 3-3: Diagnostics Procedure - Power Supply

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Section 3-3 Power Supply

Summary Possible checks of power supply include checks of: 0


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Main switches C
Ground fault circuit breakers (JFIS, JFISK, etc.) E
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Circuit breakers V)
LEDs of power supply units (in cabinet and on car)
Phase control relay (option)
Fuses

The Appendices A to E describe each a specific detail of the power


supply concept to assist you in finding a power fault. The power supply
concept for the control is identical for Miconic TX-GC and for Miconic 10-
GC.

Fuses on The following fuses can be found on the ASILOG3 PCB:


ASILOG3 P C 6

rxF-l I Description 1 Activity

[GW2]Fuse for the gateway PCB (1 A, slow)


7
1 Fuse for emergency supply (2 A, slow)

/SI-VI Fuse for shaft information (2 A, slow)


7 1 Fuse for safety and brake PCBs (2 A, slow)
r I Fuse for alarm system (1 A, slow)
Diagnostic Features on ASILOG3 PC0

Multifuses for On the BPL PCBs, there is one multi-fuse for each connected 110 PCB.
LONlOS and They are activated (get high impedance) if the current through the multi-
LONDAG (on fuse exceeds about 2 A DC. To get low impedance again, it is required
BPL PCBs) to remove the reason for too high current, and to disconnect them from
power supply for about 10 minutes.
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K604007 Section 3-4: Diagnostics Procedure - SMLCD ErrorLog

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Section 3-4 SMLCD ErrorLog

Introduction This section contains information on diagnostics using the SMLCD 0


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To access this function, the user must be successfully logged in the E


SMLCD. Ji
ErrorLog - The Show function in the ErrorLog menu is used to display the 20 most
Show recent errors:

l SMLCD Display /)[/I Description


Select and confirm
ErrorLog menu in top
level menu
Select and confirm
Show function in
ErrorLog menu

NEW: E r r o r D r i v e Most recent error


09 KB F a u l t continuously updated)

If no errors

1230 PmipNoOutQ

1230 PmipNoOutQ

Get details for this


990122 1 3 : 3 8 : 50 error

ErrorLog - Show

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Check the error date and time to exclude that the error was produced
during the operational check!

Error The following error categories can be differentiated according to the


Categories range of the error numbers:

Number Range Subsystem


0 - 199 Travel Control
200 - 399 Car Control

I 400 - 599 Traffic Control


600 - 799 Motor Control
1000 -1199 CPU
1200 - 1399
Error Categories

Error List From the complete list of errors, the following list shows some errors
which give diagnostic information on major problems. 'Descriptions of all
other errors can be found in CAD1 help.

Error Reason 1 Action


SMLCD: 04 InvldMovement
CADI: InvldMovement Defective brake
Invalid movement. A movement of the car was Check the mechanical brake. Produces an
detected when Travel Control is in standstill phase.lf emergency stop from full speed with empty
the brake is opened by hand, and the Travel Control is car upwards and check that the car comes
running, the car drifts and Travel Control logs this to rest within the specified distance.

n.
event.

SMLCD: 06 SB on STDSTL
06 CADI: SB-on-STDSTL a) Incorrect feed back connection
The contactor SB is energized during standstill phase

a) Open safety circuit


Check the safety circuit.

SMLCD: 07 SH Fault

SHAFT-PARA.MAX-DOOR-ZONE.

C) Also check the auxiliary contact wiring


of SH, SH1 (RSK, RSKI).

SMLCD: 08 SB Fault
Open safety circuit
Check the safety circuit. Also check the
The SB auxiliary contact opened when the car was auxiliary contact wiringof SB.

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SMLCD: 09 KBFault
CADI: KB-Fault
The brake contacts KB or K61 do not switch properly. a) Defective brake contacts
Travel Control expects both KB and KBI information. Check the adjustment of the contacts.
In case of only one KB contact, check that there is a
short on the connector of the PCB.
With gearless drives, check that the brake contacts
work properly, and that the brake power supply is ok;
when the brake opens, SB is operated first ( full power
supply to the brake) and just afterwards SGRB is
operated thus reducing the voltage to the brake. The
operation of SGRB is independent of the KB and KB1
status. b) Mechanical brake problem
The brake has a certain time within which it must Check the brake.Observe the brake when it
open; after this time the contacts are checked. opens. Both sides of the brake should open
The KB is probably the most problematic component symmetrically.
in the whole system. Be sure that the contacts are well
fixed and clean. Experience shows, that probably the
best adjustment is to allow a gap of 1 mm between the
contact and actuating element when the brake is
closed.

SMLCD: 10 FC Fault
CADI: FC-Fault
The frequency converter requested an emergency
stop.
The MCR monitors the SH contactor. If the safety 1 See diagnostics of Motor Control
c~rcuitopens, MCR can detect this event before Travel
Control does. Therefore this event can also be caused
by a safety circuit problem.See also the measures and
comments for SH-FAULT.
Drive performed emergency stop before brake point.

a) Mechanical problem in the shaft


information
Check the position of the fins. Repeat the
learn trip.Check the horizontal distance
between fins and photocells. Make sure
that the play of the car is not too much so
that photocells goes out of the fin when the
car is at level.
SMLCD: 20 PositionLost
CADI: PositionLost b) The distance tacho IGS-200 or
When the car passes a fin, and the present position IGBV-200 is not working properly
and the position stored during the learn trip differ by Check for slip in the tacho. Check that the
more than 15 cm. tacho runs smoothly. Check the tacho rope
When the position of the car indicates that the car is at and its tension, as well as the two pulleys
floor level but both photocells PHS and PHNR-D are for this rope. The groove of the pulleys has
out of a fin. to be clean (specially if IGS-200).

c) The photocells PHS and


PHNR-D are electrically disturbed
Check the supply of this photocells
Check the earth connection on top of the
car as well as the earth connection for the
machine room to the car.

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Check wiring of temperature measurement


SMLCD: 28 OverTernpMotor device.
CADI: OverTempMotor b) lncorrect current to the motor
Motor exceeds the maximum temperature of 150 Check the main supply connection to the
the PT100 resistor used for motor temperature motor and the earth connection. Check the
measurement is in short circuit or open. motor windinqs for short circuit with the
motor terminal box.Check the
commissioning of MCR print.Check the
motor ventilator.

1 11' contactors
a) Check the safety circuit since these
are at the end of it.
SMLCD: 34 SH Timeout
CAD!: SH-Timeout b) Check the auxiliary contact wiring to
While preparing a trip the auxiliary contacts circuit of PCB.
the contractors SH, SH1 (and RSK, RSKl if fitted) is
awaited. If this does not come after about a minute, c) Adjust the time that Travel Control waits
the preparation of the trip IS aborted. for MCR by the parameter
start-up-para.sh-delay.

SMLCD: 40 No PHS Learn lncorrect shaft information


CADI: NoPHS-Learn Check the KSE signal (distance, polarity of
At the beginning of the learn-trip (after the preparation magnet, wiring).
trip) the car should be within the fin of PHS Photocell Check PHS wiring.
(IN-FIN). If this is not the case the preparation for the Check that the PHS photocell is properly
learn trip is aborted. connected to earth.

SMLCD: 42 LowKSELow a) PHS not connected


CADI: LowKSE-Low Check the PHS signal.
SMLCD: 43 LowKSEHigh
CADI: LowKSE-High
When the car passes the lowest KSE magnet during
the learn trip, its position is checked. If the measured
value is less than the value given with the parameter. magnet, wiring).
shaft-para.kse-distance the trip is aborted. Check that the PHS photocell is properly
The tolerance for position of the magnet is k 5 cm. and mechanically in the right position.
-?

SMLCD: 44 UpperKSE a) lncorrect KSE


Check position and polarity of KSE
CADI: UpperKSE magnets.
Travel Control measures the distance between the -

beginning of KSE gap (magnet north polarity) and the b) Distances and parameters not
upper most floor. If the measured valued is more than equal
the value given with the parameter Check distance between the two upper
shaft-para.kse-distance the trip is aborted. KSE magnets; it has to coincide with the
The tolerance is k 5 cm. parameter shaftgara.gap-length

1 SMLCD: 46 ErrFloorTop
CADI: ErrFloorTop
a) lncorrect parameters
Check parameters shaft-para.max-floor
The number of floors found during the learn trip should and shaft-para.lowest-floor.
11 be equal to:
max-floor - lowest-floor + 1
If this is not the case, the learn procedure is aborted.
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b) Use CAD1 examine the shaft-image. It
Some floor fins have a small hole, to attach a cord will indicate if too many or too less floors
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from fin to fin (safety norms). The PHS photocell is so are f ~ ~ n d .
l - that it can "look through" the hole if this is not
perfectly closed. In that case more floors are detected
(see in the shaft-image for floors that are only 10 cm
C) not properly in place
apart). B e s u r e the hole is sealed off, and not only with Check the horizontal distance between
a peace of tape.
PHS photocell and the fin

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SMLCD: 55 No MCR Corn


CADI: NoMCR-Corn b) Check healthiness of MCR.
Communication with MCR broken.
C) Try to access the MCR with CADI. This
will check the hardware connection.

SMLCD: 56 Car No Stop Initiate an emergency stop at full speed


upwards with the car empty. The car should
CADI: CarNoStop
The procedure which completes all trips and waits a
limited time for the car to come to standstill. This event
will appear if the set time is exceeded and the car is
still moving.

a) Check the PHS IPHNR-D connection


SMLCD: 64 PHS Fault from the photocell to the PCB.
CADI: PHS-Fault
b) Check for undistrurbed function of the
SMLCD: 65 PHNR-D Fault photocell: dirt, holes in the fins (for
CADI: PHNR-D-Fault attaching a rope) not sealed so that the
The lowest photocell (PHS) 1 highest photocell photocell detects it, the rope between fins,
(PHNR-D) is not working properly. horizontal distance between fin and
This error does not produced an emergency stop. An photocell.
error detected during the trip is logged only when the
car comes to rest. Therefore the trip-phase appears
always as STANDSTILL. the car as well as the earth connection from

a) Check the PHUET connection to Car


CADI: KUET-Fault Control (or PA ) print.
The signals received from the RUET and RUET1 relay
inside the PHUET indicate that they are not working b) Check PHUET for dirt.

c) Check the earth connection on the car


RUET and RUETI are switching outside the fin and the power supply to PHUET.

b) Check S-Tacho itself.

Check the door contacts and their

SMLCD: 202 DoorOperErr


a) Extra lnfos* 1,2,3
CADI: DoorOperErr Check the door contacts KET-0, KET-S
Door operator error. The Car Control detected an error
on the door drive.The door can not reach its end
position. After several attempts the door will be
blocked.

Extra Info* 01 = KET-0 and KET-S are active at


the same time illegal status Exchange the car print
Extra Info* 02 = KET-S does not switch

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Extra Info* 03 = KET-0 does not switch


Extra Info' 04 = The output VST-S is faulty or c) Extra Info* 6
short circuited Check the door drive print and connections
(fuse and power supply).
Extra Info* 05 = The output VST-0 is faulty or Check the physical door parts (V-belt)
short circuited.
Extra Info' 06 = The door drive does not move
the door, even though VST-0 1 VST-S is active. d) Extra Info* 7
Extra Info* 07 = For hand-operated or semi- For hand- or semi-automatic doors check if
automatic doors the RTS-message (shaft door the shaft door is closed.
closed) does not arrive after a close command Check the shaft door contacts and wiring.
has been given. Either the shaft door is open or
the shaft door contact ( RTS) is faulty.
Extra Info* 08 = Door motor moves in wrong e) Extra Info* 8
direction Check if electrical phase are mixed up.
, Check if VST-ONST-S are mixed up
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SMLCD: 204 DoorRevDevEr


CADI: DoorRevDevErr
a) Door reversing device error. The same reversing a) Damaged reversing device
device was during 5 complete opening and closing Check the reversing devices
cycles at least twice permanently active.
b) A reversing device is permanently active so that
even after the final timer has run the door can not
close.

Extra Info* 01 = DT-0 is permanently active.


Extra Info* 02 = RPHT is permanently active.
Extra Info* 03 = Radar is permanently active b) Bad connection or faulty I10 print
(REP). on car
Extra Info* 04 = Reserve Reserving Device is Check the connection of the car print to the
reversing device.
permanently active.
Extra Info* 05 = Closing force limiter KSKB is
permanently active.

SMLCD: 207 CloseSeqErr


CADI: CloseSeqErr
a) Door close sequence error. When a reversing a) Damaged reversing device
device is activated during X attempts to close Check the reversing devices
repeatedly on the same floor, and it occurs twice within
five trips, then an error message is generated.
b) when in the closing phase the same reversing
device becomes active too often (8 times = warning,
12 times = error)

Extra Info* 01 = DT-0 is repeatedly triggered.


Extra Info* 02 = RPHT is repeatedly triggered. b) Bad connection or faulty I10 print
Extra Info* 03 = Radar is repeatedly triggered. on car
Extra Info* 04 = Reserve reserving device is Check the connection of the car print to the
reversing device.
permanently active.
Extra Info* 05 Closing force limiter KSKB is
repeatedly triggered.

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SMLCD: 208 DoorDevErr


CADI: DoorDevErr
Door controller device error One of the car devices
produces an error.
Check 110-bus cable
208 Extra Info* 01 = light curtain (Progard L)
Extra Info' 02 = 110-Bus error
Extra Info* 03 = JHCT pressed. Check JHCT
Extra Info* 04 = Door motor power failed.
d) Extra Info* 4
Check the fuse on the door driver print

SMLCD: 209 DoorContact Examine the device and if necessary


exchange it.
CADI: DoorContact Check output VST-S

controller. b) Outer door has been left open


None (close the door)

SMLCD: 210 Liftattendnt


CADI: LiftAttendErr
The lift attendant function notices a defectiveness of
the car light or the DT-0 button a) Car light installation is defective
Check the lamp, light network, wiring,
Extra info' 1 = the car light is off or flickers relays and Car control outputs.
- the car light flickers during 3 trips a Warning
210 message is sent
- the car light is continuously off during 3 trips
an error message is sent
Extra Info* 2 = defective DT-0
- if during 200 consecutive door openings no
DT-0 was activated a warning message is sent b) DT-0 signal is broken
- if during 400 consecutive door openings no Check the button and the wiring.
DT-0 was activated an error message is sent

SMLCD: 405 PermActvCall


CADI: PermActivCall
Permanent active call. After serving a call, it is not
possible to clear the call. The call will be ignored for a
period of time (3 min).
Defective call button or someone
405 Extra Info' = floor number keeps the button pressed.
Check the call button.
Source ID" = Call type Check the wiring of the call button.
01 = Car-call side 1
02 = Car-call side 20
03 = Floor-call side 1
04 = Floor-call side 20

* Extra Info: Parameter displayed by SMLCD

** Source ID: Second parameter displayed by SMLCD

Error List

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K604007 Section 3-5-0: Diagnostics Procedure - Travel Control LEDs

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Section 3-5-0 Travel Control LEDs

Summary This section contains information on the characteristics of drive related


PCBs in the control cabinet and on their diagnostic features.

Contents

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Section 3-5-1
Safety Circuit LEDs (SKE)

Introduction This is an overview of the SKE PCB, which is a generic, drive


independent safety circuit PCB:

Description

1- SKD relays integrated on PCB for information from the safety circuit
safety relays
Connectors to safety contacts
(X54-1 and X5-8-3 may not be mounted. option)

Details on SKE PCB

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K604007 Section 3-5-1 : Diagnostics Procedure - Travel Control LEDs - Safety Circuit LEDs (SK

PCB The SKE PCB is the implementation of a generic safety circuit module
Description on a single PCB, offering the following functionalities:

Feature Description
Integration Integration of SKD and relays on one PCB
Conforming to EN-81, EMC tested, has
certification from German TlJV
SKE Features

Overview The following picture shows a block diagram of the safety circuit with an
Picture overview of the contacts in the elevator system which are relevant for the
safety circuit:
380 .. ,415 VAC

NGSK I 1

ESE

RKPH KHA JHSG ,... JHC ,... KBV,... KTS ,... KV KTC ,...

Block Diagram of Safety Circuit

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Section 3-5-1: Diagnostics Procedure - Travel Control LEDs - Safety Circuit LEDs

Safety Circuit The following table shows the assignment of contacts and switches to
LEDs the individual LEDs:

Contacts and Switches

/F//
AS RKPH
JHSG, KBA, KNT, KUSSA, KSSBV,
KSSBVG, KTSG, KWS
KHA, KSSM

HE#
DREC-UID, ETSL, JHC, JHCT, JREC,
KF,KNA, KNE, KSSC
Hoistway / Pit
KBV, KBVG, KNE-UID, KP, KPG
ng
di;; Doors KTS
JRH, JHM
~ ~ [ K T C

1
1- KV
Safety Circuit L EDs

Diagnostics The following additional diagnostic features are implemented on the SKE
PCB:

Item Description
Green LED* for Relay Safety Circuit On
LRSK-E
(SW switches on RF, RFI, RSK, RSKI)
Green LED" for Relay Door Shaft Car
LRTSC
(SW switches shaft and car door contacts)
Green LED* for Relay Trigger Door
LRTRT (SW switches door overbridging if car speed is
slow enough)
Green LED* for Relay Travel lnitiation On
LRFE-E
(SW switches RFE)
Green LED* for Relay Travel lnitiation
(Starts Trip in coordination with RSK, RSKI, RF,
RFI)

Green LED* for Relay Safety Circuit


(switches on SH and brake supply and checks
drop off of RFE)

Green LED* for Relay Travel


(switches on SH and brake supply)
(contact set 1)
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(contact set 1)
ULSK Green LED* for Status Power Safety Circuit
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'The LEDs indicate the status of the respective relay:
ON Relay energized
OFF Relay not energized

Diagnostic Features on SKE PCB

Actions Please check the appropriate drive documentation.


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K604007 Section 3-5-2: Diagnostics Procedure - Travel Control LEDs - Brake LEDs (MBB)

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Section 3-5-2
Brake LEDs (MBB)

Introduction This is an overview of the MBB PCB, which is a generic module for
control of various brake types:

W Description

1 ' Relays
Brake contactors (KB, KBI), PT100 or thermistor
Trip counter

1( Brake connector
m230 VAC power supply
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K604007 Section 3-5-2: Diagnostics Procedure - Travel Control LEDs - Brake LEDs (MBB)

-1 X1-1-5 1 230 VAC power supply 1


Details on MBB PCB

PCB The MBB PCB is the implementation of a generic brake module on a


Description single PCB, offering the following functionalities:

Feature Description
Configuration of brake type by software
Modularity
parameterization

1.
Load separation
Separation of load dependent and load
independent power lines
MBB Features

Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the MBB PCB:

I Item Description
Green LED for presence of the respective power
+ l 5 v, supply:
-15 V, ON PowerOK
OFF No power

Green LED for communication status with


GC10360:
ON Communication OK
OFF No communication

Green LED for brake status:


ON MBB switched brake voltage ON
OFF MBB switched brake voltage OFF

Green LED for the status of the safe circuit:

Yellow LED for the status of MBB:


ON MBB is not ready to operate the brake
OFF MBB is ready to operate the brake

Red LED for status of MBB hardware and of

ERROR

Diagnostic Features on MBB PCB

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Actions Please check the appropriate drive documentation.


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K604007 Section 3-6-0: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Control PCBs

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Section 3-6-0 LEDs on Control PCBS

Summary This sect~oncontains ~nformatronon the characteristics of PCBs in the


control cabinet and on their diagnost~cfeatures. For the drive related
PCBs MBB and SKE, see sect~on3-5, 'Travel Control LEDs'.

Contents

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K604007 Section 3-6-0: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Control PCBs

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K604007 Section 3-6-1: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Control PCBs - Bus Termination BAF

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Section 3-6-1
Bus Termination BAFUBAFGIBAF

Introduction This is an overview of the BAFUBAFGIBAF, which is used as LON bus CI


terminator for the lift bus (as BAFL), the group bus (as BAFG), and for k
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Miconic 10 Z-Line Terminal risers (as BAF): S
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Description

F] The only element of the BAFUBAFGIBAF is a 105 R resistor


Details on BAFUBAFG/BAF
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K604007 Section 3-6-2: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Control PCBs - PCB ASILOG3

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PCB ASILOG3
Section 3-6-2

Introduction This is an overview of the ASILOG3 PCB, which combines backplane


functionality with several interface functions:

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K604007 Section 3-6-2: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Control PCBs - PCB ASILOG3

Description

1- IS-232 connection for CAD1 or Servitel

1- Motor, tacho and drive connections

/l Power supply
Alarm interface, connection to gateway
Slots for extension boards (starting at X5-2-1: spare slot, single size cards
X5 ...
EBLON and EBCOM, double size cards GC10360, SKE and MBB)
JMOF switch with positions NORMAL and IMOF (installation travel)

1- Hexadecimal (Cbit) rotary switch to set the lift ID


Jumpers for selecting the type of motor temperature sensor
Only one jumper must be inserted

v/
1-
SMLCD display and push buttons
Not used

F-
Not used
Not used, for NA version only (no SKE PCB in system)
For connection to SK-NA PCB

Not used, for NA version only (no MBB PCB in system)


MBB PCB
Wired parallel to temperature sensor on

Not used, for NA version only (different tacho)


Connector for 1 2 DC
~ tacho

Details on ASILOG3 PCB

PCB ASILOG3 contains the Application Specific Interface and Logic


Description components. In the philosophy of the Global Control Platform, it is an
ASlB (Application Specific lnterface Board), offering the following
functionalities:

Description

Backplane (Extension Boards: EBLON, EBCOM, GC10360,


functionality SKE and MBB) with the effect of reduced

Communication EBLON and EBCOM, the ASILOG3 PCB


interface provides the interface to peripheral devices and

E.
With the X2 ... connectors and the slot for MBB,
ASILOG3 provides the interface to the travel
lnterface to travel
control
control (corresponding to former IVXVF in old
type controls), i.e. to drive, brake, fan and and
tacho.

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As backplane PCB, the ASILOG3 PCB

handles distribution of lift and group power


Handling, creation
and distribution of
power supply
. supply to the connected PCBs
creates all necessary logics voltages for
them
manages power supply for alarm and
emergency (NSG Battery).

The SMLCD (2 X 16 character display and four


push buttons) as user interface for elevator
User interface control and diagnostics is fully integrated into the
ASILOG3 PCB. It also includes the interface to
CAD1 and Servitel.
The ASILOG3 PCB is the interface to the SKE
PCB which monitors the safety circuit.

ASILOG3 Features

Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the ASILOG3


PCB:

l Item Description
Green LED to check the presence of lift supply:
ON Power OK
OFF No power

Green LED to check the presence of group

Green LED to check the presence of the 5 VDC


supply for ASILOG3 and EBs: i

ON Power OK
OFF No power

Green door-zone LEDs (only if NGL on,


otherwise see BUZZER):
PHS PHNRD Car Position in Hoistway
More than 18.5 cm distance
OFF OFF
from floor level
PHS / PHNRD
OFF
Above floor level (between
ON
1.5 cm and 18.5 cm)
Below floor level (between
OFF ON
1.5 cm and 18.5 cm)
ON ON Within i 1.5 cm on floor level
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r I

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Audible signal for door zone if JH and 1 or JTHS


off, and NSG on (only information from position
tacho): .
I
L

Out of door zone (more than


*
10 cm)
BUZZER OFF In door zone (k 10 cm)

An external LUET lamp provides visually the


BUZZER
same information as the buzzer (only
information from position tacho):

ON In door zone (k 10 cm)


OFF Out of door zone (more than k 10 cm)

Caution: In case of an emergency stop, the


tacho may slip!
GW2 Fuse for the gateway PC6 (1 A, slow)
NSG Fuse for emergency supply (2 A, slow)
SI-V Fuse for shaft information (2 A, slow)
SKE-MBB Fuse for safety and brake PCBs (2 A, slow)
SO-A Fuse for alarm system (1 A, slow)
Diagnostic Features on ASILOG3 PCB

Actions The following diagnostic actions are recommended in case the LEDs indicate
errors:

Possible Cause Remedy

Check wiring

NGL defective

ASILOG3 PCB defective Replace ASILOG3 PCB

Check wiring

NGG defective

ASILOG3 PCB defective

r/r/ NO lift power supply


Check PO NGL

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Replace ASILOG3 PCB


ASILOG3 defective
Diagnostic Actions for ASILOG3 PCB
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K604007 Section 3-6-3: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Control PCBs - PCB BPL

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PCB BPL
Section 3-6-3

Introduction This is an overview of the BPL PCB, which is a backplane PCB for lift
and group 110:

Item Description
X2-1-1 Power supply from NGL or NGG
X2-1-2 Power supply for ASILOG3 (on BPLI or BPL2 only)
X4-1-1 ... X4-1-4 LON bus and power supply connectors
X5-1-1 ... X5-1-4 4 slots for LONIOS and LONDAG PCBs
Details on BPL PC5

PCB The BPL PCB as backpiane PCB distributes LON bus for lift bus and
Description group bus, as well as the respective 24 VDC signals, offering the
following functionalities:

Feature Description
110s from lift or group LON nodes are collected l
distributed according to the BPL PCB number.
LON bus Odd numbers (BPL1, BPL3, ..) are lift
backplanes. Even numbers (BPLZ, BPL4) are
group backplanes.

Together with the LON signals, the respective


power supply (from NGL on lift backpianes and

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from NGG on group backplanes) are distributed
Power supply
to the next corresponding BPL PCB in the row,
plus to ASILOG3 from the first lift or group
backplane.
BPL Features

Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the BPL PCB:

Item Description
There is one multi-fuse for each connected I10
PCB. They are activated (get high impedance) if
the current through the multi-fuse exceeds
Multi-fuses about 2 A DC. To get low impedance again, it is
required to remove the reason for too high
current, and to disconnect them from power
supply for about 10 minutes.
-
Diagnostic Features on BPL PCB
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K604007 Section 3-6-4: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Control PCBs - PCB EBCOM68

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Section 3-6-4
PCB EBCOM68

Introduction This is an overview of the EBCOM68 PCB, which serves as interface to


the VCOM group bus, which is based on RS-485:

Description
VCOM group bus connections
Integrated bus termination BAG, activation depends on settings of switches A
and B (see table below for settings)
F l - ~ ofactory
r test only, do not use
Details on EBCOM68 PCB

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K604007 Section 3-6-4: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Control PCBs - PCB EBCOM68

PCB The EBCOM68 PCB is an Extension Board based on the COM68


Description communication controller ASIC, offering the following functionalities:

Feature Description
The EBCOM68 PCB offers an optocoupled RS-
485 transceiver for connection to the VCOM
group bus.
The COM68 communication controller converts
bus signals fromlto RS-485 VCOM 110.
EBCOM68 Features

Bus Thesettings for the integrated bus termination (switches A and B) are as
Termination follows:

Bus Termination
First elevator in group* TI
y l
-
Elevator in middle of group
(BAGSoff) pqpq
~ 1
Last elevator in group
Undefined
(forbidden status)
l..,,.
+ Also valid for simplex with gateway attached to XI-1-1

VCOM Bus Termination on EBCOM68 PCB

Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the EBCOM68


PCB:
L

Item Description
Red error LED with status:
lndicates 'No Token' (not
ON
connected at all)
ERROR Indicates 'Reconfiguration' (bad
FLICKERING physical connection or bus
termination)
OFF Communication OK

Yellow status LED, directly controlled from the

COMM

Diagnostic Features on EBCOM68 PCB


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Diagnostic Features on EBCOM68 PCB

Actions The following diagnostic actions are recommended in case the LEDs indicate
errors:

/m) Possible Cause Remedy

No power supply PO NGG on ASILOG3

VCOM software on Check status of GC10360


GC10360 not running

Wrong Lift ID setting

ON Wrong bus termination Check VCOM termination

not active (elevator


ERROR group members /
seems not to be
members on building bus

Connect shielding to

I-/ same as ERROR ON Same as ERROR ON


Diagnostic Actions for EBCOM68 PCB
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K604007 Section 3-6-5: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Control PCBs - PCB EBLON2

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PCB EBLON2
Section 3-6-5

Introduction This is an overview of the EBLON2 PCB, which is the LON


communication interface for the GC10360:

Description

-1 Input connector for LON lift bus


input connector for LON group bus
Details on EBLON2 PCB

PCB The EBLON2 PCB is an Extension Board with LON interface for 2
Description connections, offering the following functionalities:

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Feature Description
For each of the 2 LON bus interfaces (lift and
group), there is one logic circuit with an Echelon
transceiver for conversion from / to the data bus.
EBLON2 Features
- - - -

LON The following diagnostic features for LON are implemented on this PCB:
Diagnostics
Description
Yellow LED to indicate communication on the
APPL LED
LON bus
Red LED: indicates when service pin is pressed
SERVICE pin for initiating a LON communication
test (no effect here, as this is the master node
SERVICE pin
and SERVICE usually tests communication with

LON Diagnostics

Actions The following diagnostic actions are recommended in case the LEDs indicate
errors:

- -
Remedy
Check PO NGL and
No power supply PO NGG on ASILOG3
EBLON2 not correctly

All LEDs Always OFF

LON software on Check status of GC10360

1-1- ~irmware(MIP) missing 1 Replace EBLON2 PCB -


Diagnostic Actions for EBLON2 PCB
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K604007 Section 3-6-6: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Control PCBs - PCB GC10360

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Section 3-6-6
PCB GC10360

Introduction This is an overview of the GC10360 PCB, which is the central processing
PCB for the elevator control:

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Description

2 MB Flash EPROM in four PLCC packages (exchangeable)


24,25

/ Button for resetting the elevator control


Connector for software download
Details on GC10360 PCB

PC6 In the philosophy of the Global Control Platform, the GC10360 is a


Description Generic CPU and Input Output Board, running with a Motorola MC68360
CPU. It serves as the CPU card for the elevator control, offering the
following functionalities:

Feature Description
The Motorola 68360 CPU running at 25 MHz
with 4 MB RAM is running software tasks which
Unit
were previously performed on multiple PCBs.
2 MB of Flash EPROM are holding

the application software for the GC10360


Application
PCB
software and
the masters of the LON application
service tables
software for all types of LON nodes
the service tables PCT and SCT.

One of the GC10360 applications is to serve as


the LON bus master, i.e. to administrate LON
nodes and to coordinate LON 110. This includes
LON bus master distribution of the correct LON application
software from the Flash EPROM to LON nodes
with invalid software status (e.g. after PCB
exchange or software upgrade).
Via download over the special RS-232interface
on this PCB, the application software in the
Flash EPROM both for the GC10360 PCB itself
and the masters for the various types of LON
nodes can be upgraded.
The GC10360 CPU provides the necessary I10
Communication channels for communication via EBLON and
EBCOM.
GC10360 Features

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Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the GC10360


PCB:

Item Description
Green status LED for boot sequence (see
[_-1 STATUS

cpui
below), normally off
Green LED for CPU availability, flickering rapidly
as long as CPU is available (controlled by lowest
priority task)

/ Green LED controlled by VX watch, flickering at


1 Hz
Red error LED, active

during boot sequence (see below)


ERROR if PCT is missing
if SCT is missing
if Lift ID is wrong

Diagnostic Features on GC10360 PCB

Boot Sequence The following sequence of LED combinations is displayed during system
startup:

System Status Fl//lmm\


Status after startup / reset pF~/(OFFI(lpq
Only during download of the target
software from PC ~ 1 ~
Mirror software from Flash to RAM
(VRTX init)
-VCOM starting, tasks launched
FlFlFF]
jlI/OFF/I=Fl
C P U time becomes available [ ~ I
~ o r m a lboot
, sequence finished wIp/FHz""lJ
MF: machine gun flashing, very rapid flickering
** RF: rapid flickering
*'* 1 Hz: blinking 1 time per second

Boot Sequence

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K604007 Section 3-6-6: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Control PCBs - PCB GC10360

Actions The following diagnostic actions are recommended in case the LEDs indicate
errors:

Remedy

No power supply PO NGG on ASILOG3

Check connection to
Hardware error

Download new application


CPU not available
Always OFF
Hardware error Replace GC10360 PCB
Download new application
Software error

Hardware error Replace GC10360 PCB


PCT or SCT missing Download PCT I SCT
Set correct Lift ID on
Wrong Lift ID

Diagnostic Actions for GC10360 PCB


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K604007 Section 3-6-7: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Control PCBs - PCB LONDAG I
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PCB LONDAG
Section 3-6-7

Introduction This is an overview of the LONDAG PCB, which is a LON interface PCB
for direction arrows, gong and position indicators:

Description
I10 connections for Gray code and gong

I10 connections for direction arrows and gong

Connection to BPL PCB

Hexadecimal address switches for setting the LON bus address of the PCB

Details on LONDAG PCB

PCB The LONDAG PCB is the LON bus I10 interface for landing indicators
Description and gongs, offering the following functionalities:

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K604007 Section 3-6-7: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Control PCBs - PCB LONDAG

Feature Description
I10 interface for up and down arrows plus 7-bit
Grey code output (possibility for more than 63
floors)
Special output interface with max. current 1 A,
Gong interface selectable gong frequencies and software
controllable volume
LONDAG Features

Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the LONDAG


PCB:

Item Description
Green LED to check the presence of power

Diagnostic Features on LONDAG PC5

PCB LON The following diagnostic features for LON are implemented on this PCB:
Diagnostics
1

Item Description
Green LED to indicate the status depending on
LON application and LON communication:
Static ON, shortly
LON application OK
flashing in case of
LON communication
incoming LON
OK
telegram
APPL LED
Static OFF, 4 X shortly LON application OK
flashing for negative LON communication
communication action error
LON application error
Static off, not flashing
LON communication
at all
error

SERV LED Red LED: indicates when service pin is pressed

'
SERVICE pin E YICE pin for initiating a LON communication'

LON Diagnostics

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K604007 Section 3-6-7: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Control PCBs - PCB LONDAG

Actions The following diagnostic actions are recommended in case the Power
I
Supply LED indicates errors:

Remedy

No power supply
and connection to BPL

Short circuit in 110s wait for recovery of


(multifuse activated) multifuse on BPL (about

Diagnostic Actions for Power Supply

The following diagnostic actions are recommended in case the LON


LEDs indicate errors:

IF//
Possible Cause Remedy 1
LON software active

not running

Replace PCB

Download of LON
on SMLCD and wait
software active until finished

Diagnostic Actions for LON Functions


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K604007 Section 3-6-8: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Control PCBs - PCB LONIOS16

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PCB LONIOSIG
Section 3-6-8

Introduction This is an overview of the LONIOSIG PCB, which is the generic lift and
group 110 PCB:

Description
IIO connections

[X2-1-1]Connection to BPL PCB


1 Hexadecimal address switches far setting the LON bus address of the PCB

Details on LONIOSIG PCB

PCB The LONIOSl6 PC6 is the LON bus I10 interface for 16 hoistway IIOs,
Description offering the following functionalities:

Feature Description

110 interface
16 110s with maximum load equivalent to two
5W incandescent lamps
LONIOSIG Features

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K604007 Section 3-6-8: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Control PCBs - PCB LONIOS16

Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the LONIOSIG


PCB:

Item Description
Green LED to check the presence of power

Diagnostic Features on LONIOS?6 PCB


p-- P

PCB LON The following diagnostic features for LON are implemented on this PCB:
Diagnostics
,-

Item Description
1
Green LED to indicate the status depending on
LON application and LON communication:
Static ON, shortly
LON application OK
flashing in case of
LON communication
incoming LON
OK
telegram
APPL LED
Static OFF, 4 X shortly LON application OK
flashing for negative LON communication
communication action error
LON application error
Static off, not flashing LON communication
at all error

SERV LED Red LED: indicates when service pin is pressed


pin for initiating a LON cornmunication~
l SERVICE
/ z
pin P V l ~ ~
?

L ON Diagnostics

Actions The following diagnostic actions are recommended in case the Power
Supply LED indicates errors:

Remedy

No power supply

Short circuit in 110s wait for recovery of


(rnultifuse activated) multifuse on BPL (about

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Diagnostic Actions for Power Supply

The following diagnostic actions are recommended in case the LON


LEDs indicate errors:
b

not running
successful replace PCB

flashing

Replace PCB

Download of LON
on SMLCD and wait
software active
until finished
Diagnostic Actions for LON Functions
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K604007 Section 3-6-9: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Control PCBs - PCB LREP

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Section 3-6-9
PCB LREP

Introduction This is an overview of the LREP PCB, which is a backplane PCB for lift
and group 110:

i-iA-1 Description

a.
XI-1-1 Standard connector for LON connection (internal bus termination of 105 R,

p]
same as BAFUBAFGIBAF)
Connector fitting into standard L O N connection
Details on LREP PC5

PCB The LREP PCB is a LON Repeater PCB which is used in cases where
Description the LON specifications make an extension of the LON bus necessary,
and offers the following functionalities:

Feature Description
Required for segments with too many nodes or
which are too long, and for node-to-node
distances which are too long

As the LON repeater is physically separating two


Integrated bus
LON bus segments, the LREP PCB has a built-
termination
in bus termination (105 Ohm)

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LREP Features

Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the LREP PCB:

Description
Green LED to check the presence of power
supply:
ON Power OK
OFF No power

Diagnostic Features on LREP PCB

Actions The following diagnostic actions are recommended in case the Power
Supply LED indicates errors:

plFI(Possible Cause Remedy l


No power supply

LREP PCB defective Replace LREP PCB

Diagnostic Actions for Power Supply


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K604007 Section 3-7-0: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Car PCBs

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Section 3-7-0 LEDs on Car PCBS


l
1
Summary This section contains information on the characteristics of PCBs in the 0
car and the car interface box and on their diagnostic features. &
S
c
For details on the bus termination (BAFGIBAFL) and the LREP PCB, E
see section 3-6, 'LEDs on Control PCBs'.

Contents

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K604007 Section 3-7-1: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Car PCBs - PCB HTlC

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PCB HTlC
Section 3-7-1

Introduction This is an overview of the HTlC PCB, which is used as interface for the
firefighting unit of Miconic 10-GC to the TIC PCB:

Front Side Back Side

Description

p
X1
,
LON connectors
Connectors for I10 blocks (per connector one block with 16 floors)
Connectors for LONBIO

Hexadecimal address switches for setting the LON bus address of the PCB

Details on HTlC PC8

PC6 The HTlC PCB as interface PCB from the firefighting unit for Miconic 10
Description to the TIC PCB offers the following functionalities:

Feature Description
Depending on the number of 110 blocks on the
firefighting unit (1 to 4 blocks with 16 buttons
I10 conversion each), one or two HTlC PCBs are required to
collect and convert the input signals and forward
them to a TIC PCB via LONBIO16 PCBs.
H TIC Features

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- - -

Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the HTlC PCB:

Item Description
Green LED to check the presence of power
supply from the Firefighting Unit
ON Power OK
OFF No power

Diagnostic Features on HTlC PCB (Back Side)

PCB LON The following diagnostic features for LON are implemented on this PCB:
Diagnostics
Item Description
Green LED to indicate the status depending on
LON application and LON communication:
Static ON, shortly
LON application OK
flashing in case of
LON communication
incoming LON
OK
telegram
APPL LED
Static OFF, 4 X shortly LON application OK
flashing for negative LON communication
communication action error
LON application error
Static off, not flashing LON communication
at all error

SERV LED Red LED: indicates when service pin is pressed

1( SERVICE pin
E 3 V I C E pin for initiating a LON communication

LON Diagnostics

Actions The following diagnostic actions are recommended in case the Power
Supply LED indicates errors:

pl/Il/ Possible Cause Remedy


Check wiring to TIC and
I
No power supply

HTlC PCB defective Replace HTlC PCB


Diagnostic Actions for Power Supply

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K604007 Section 3-7-1: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Car PCBs - PCB HTlC

The following diagnostic actions are recommended in case the LON


LEDs indicate errors:

Iq-1 Possible Cause

not running

periodically
4 X shortly
flashing

on SMLCD and wait


until finished
Diagnostic Actions for LON Functions

A LON communication error can also be caused by a defective


LONBIO16 PCB! Consider this before replacing the base PCB.
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K604007 Section 3-7-2: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Car PCBs - PCB ICE

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Section 3-7-2
PCB ICE

Introduction This is an overview of the ICE PCB, which serves as car interface PCB
for distribution l collection of car signals from I to the control:

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K604007 Section 3-7-2: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Car PCBs - PCB ICE

Item Description
X I , X2 Connectors for LONBIO
X5-1-1 Car light and car fan (Attention: 230 VAC)

E. X5-2-1 ... X5-2-7

X5-3-1 ... X5-3-13


Area DOOR for connection of Schindler and predefined third-
party doors as well as for other door 110,e.g. door reversing
devices
Area DA for connection of alarm circuitry
X5-4-1 ... X5-4-12 Area C-LOGIC for connection of car logics
X5-5-1 ... X5-5-11 Area SK for connection of safety circuit contacts
Area LON for direct LON 110, e.g. from / t o car operating panels
via the TIC IHTlC PCBs, from I to Miconic 10-GC equipment and
from LONLMDMS
Hexadecimal address switches for setting the LON bus address
of the PCB
Details on ICE PCB

PCB The ICE PCB is the interface PCB to the car in Europe and in all other
Description regions, except NA, and is offering the following functionalities:

Feature Description
On the ICE PCB, all car related signals are
LON bus data collected and transmitted to the control cabinet
collection 1 via LON on the travelling.cable, or LON signals
distribution from the control cabinet are distributed here,
respectively.
Partially, the power lines to consumers on I in
Power supply the car are routed and controlled via the ICE

ICE Features

Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the ICE PCB:

Item Description 1
Green LED to check the presence of power
supply from NGC:
ON Power OK
OFF No power -
~ ~ ~ F
to check the presence of 5 VDC L1 E
VCC

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Diagnostic Features on ICE PCB

PCB LON The following diagnostic features for LON are implemented on this PCB:
Diagnostics
Item Description
Green LED to indicate the status depending on
LON application and LON communication:
Static ON, shortly
LON application OK
flashing in case of
LON communication
incoming LON
OK
telegram
APPL LED
Static OFF, 4 X shortly LON application OK
flashing for negative LON communication
communication action error
LON application error
Static off, not flashing
LON communication
at all
error

SERV LED Red LED: indicates when service pin is pressed


SERVICE pin for initiating a LON communication
SERVICE pin

L0N Diagnostics

Actions The following diagnostic actions are recommended in case the Power
Supply LEDs indicate errors:

Remedy

No power supply

ICE PCB defective Replace ICE PCB


No power supply Check LED PO

Diagnostic Actions for Power Supply

The following diagnostic actions are recommended in case the LON


LEDs indicate errors:

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K604007 Section 3-7-2: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Car PCBs PCB ICE -
IF][
Possible Cause Remedy

iPCB LON application


missing or download of
LON software active

not running
Check SERV LED

4 X shortly
flashing

Replace PCB

Download of LON
on SMLCD and wait
software active
until finished

Diagnostic Actions for LON Functions

A LON communication error can also be caused by a defective


LONBIO16 PCB! Consider this before replacing the base PCB.
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K604007 Section 3-7-3: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Car PCBs - PCB LONBIO16

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Section 3-7-3
PCB LONBIOIG

Introduction This is an overview of the LONBIOIG PCB, which is a LON


communication PCB for several I10 PCBs:

Description
Connectors for piggyback installation on respective I10 PCB (TIC, HTIC, ICE)
Details on LONBIO16 PC5

PCB The LONBIO16 PCB interfaces 16110s to the LON bus, and is offering
Description the following functionalities:

Feature Description
I10 conversion Uses an Echelon LON transceiver
Must be provided by board to which LONBIO16
LON address
is connected
LONBIO16 Features

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K604007 Section 3-7-3: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Car PCBs - PCB LONBIO16

LON The following diagnostic features are implemented on this PCB:


Diagnostics
Item Description
LON diagnostics LON diagnostic LEDs are located on base PCB
LON Diagnostics

Actions As there are no diagnostic LEDs on this PCB, check the corresponding base
PCB.
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K604007 Section 3-7-4: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Car PCBs - PCB TIC

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PCB TIC
Section 3-7-4

Introduction This is an overview of the TIC PCB, which is the interface to the I10 in
the car:

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- - --

Item Description
X I , X2 Connectors for LONBIO
XI-1-1 ... XI-1-12 110connectorsfor12llOs
X1-1-13 110 connectors for gray code (P-VICSSG-0 . . 3)
XI-2-1 ... XI-2-12 IIOconnectors for12IIOs
X2-1-1 ... X2-1-2 I10 connectors for P-VLRC-UID, shared 110s with X2-1-3

L- X2-1-3

X2-1-4, X4-1-1
110 connectors for Gray code (P-VICSSG-4 .. 5) and P-VLRC-
UID (can be configured as P-VICSSG-6 ..7, see above)
LON connectors

1 Hexadecimal address switches for setting the LON bus address


of the PCB
Details on TIC PCB

PCB The TIC PCB is the interface PCB to operation and indicator elements in
Description the car, and is offering the following functionalities: S

Feature Description
Depending on the number of 110s in the car, one
or more TIC PCBs are required collect and
convert the input signals and forward them to an
110 conversion
ICE PCB via a LONBIO16 PCB, or to receive
and convert the output signals this way,
respectively.
T/C Features

Diagnostics The following diagnostic features are implemented on the TIC PCB:

Item Description
Green LED to check the presence of power
supply:
ON Power OK
OFF No power

Diagnostic Features on TIC PCB

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K604007 Section 3-7-4: Diagnostics Procedure - LEDs on Car PCBs - PCB TIC

PCB LON The following diagnostic features for LON are implemented on this PCB:
Diagnostics
Item Description
Green LED to indicate the status depending on
LON application and LON communication:
Static ON, shortly
LON application OK
flashing in case of
LON communication
incoming LON
OK
telegram
APPL LED
Static OFF, 4 X shortly LON application OK
flashing for negative LON communication
communication action error
LON application error
Static off, not flashing
LON communication
at all
error

SERV LED Red LED: indicates when service pin is pressed


SERVICE pin for initiating a LON communication
i
j SERVICE pin
test
L ON Diagnostics

Actions The following diagnostic actions are recommended in case the Power
Supply LED indicates errors:

Iq/I]/Possible Cause Remedy


1
Check wiring to ICE and
No power supply

TIC PCB defective Replace TIC PCB


Diagnostic Actions for Power Supply

The following diagnostic actions are recommended in case the LON


LEDs indicate errors:

LED Status Possible Cause 1 Remedy


PCB LON application
missing or download of Check SERV LED
LON software active
OFF
Press SERVICE pin to
'Oftware On
start a download, if not
not running
successful replace PCB
APPL

OFF,
No connection to LON
bus 1 Check wiring to other
LON bus members
periodically
4 X shortly
flashing
l
Wrong bus termination termination
Check LoN bus
Short-circuit on LON I1
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I ::it-circuit on LON
Check LON bus

Download of LON
on SMLCD and wait
software active until finished
Diagnostic Actions for LON Functions

A LON communication error can also be caused by a defective


LONBIOIG PCB! Consider this before replacing the base PCB.
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K604007 Section 3-8: Diagnostics Procedure - Grounding

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Section 3-8 Grounding

Introduction An improper grounding will mainly result in bus communication


problems, yet may also be the cause for power failures. As a hint, the
following table gives an overview of the cables which have been
grounded during installation together with the ID numbers of the
grounding connectors.

Grounding The following cables entering the cabinet from the machine room must
Table be grounded:

From [l-] To /-v]

AS.SKE.X5-3-1

motor

* Additional grounding at cabinet entrance using part with Id.No. 207200

Grounding Table
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K604007 Section 3-9: Diagnostics Procedure - Bus Termination

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Section 3-9 BUSTermination

Introduction If any bus termination is not properly made, communication problems


may occur. Check the termination of each segment for correspondence
with the drawings below.

Overview This figure illustrates the principles of the hardware configuration with
Picture TX-GC bus termination for a Miconic TX-GC group (L8 in the figure has no
group related functions!). For details on an individual elevator in a group,
see Miconic TX-GC Multiplex Elevator, and for details on the OKR, see
Miconic TX-GC Car

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K604007 Section 3-9: Diagnostics Procedure - Bus Termination

Description Remarks

I ] Solid lines Power lines

/I ~ u l t i ~solid
l e lines I10 lines
/I~ashed lines (long dashes) Lift bus LON
- - - - - --- Dashed lines (short dashes) Group bus LON

- .. - . .-.. Dashed lines (long-dot-dot dashes) Group bus VCOM and building bus
(RS485)
Bus terminator (BAFL) for lift bus
On BPL, and on ICE in last OKR
LON
Bus terminator (BAFG) for group On BPL2 of first and last elevator in
bus LON group
Bus terminator (BAG) for group bus Internal on EBCOM of first and last
elevator in group

Backplane PCB(s)
The backplane PCBs used for group

1- CPU PCB
Option, required for connection to
(GW! Gateway PCB
Lobbyvision

v] Monitoring device in Lobby


Power supply unit group P
Option

l
OKR2 only required for 2 door
Car control box drives andlor more than 2 car
operating panels
Miconic TX-GC Multiplex Configuration

Overview This figure illustrates the principles of the hardware configuration with
Picture 10-GC bus termination for a Miconic 10-GC group (L8 in the figure has no group
related functions!). For details on an individual elevator in a group, see
Miconic 10-GC Multiplex Elevator, and for details on the OKR, see
Miconic 10-GC Car

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j]Description Remarks

/I Solid lines Power lines

7 1 Multiple solid lines I10 lines

j / Dashed lines (long dashes) Lift bus LON

7 1 - - - - - --- Dashed lines (short dashes) Group bus LON

1 Dashed lines (long-dot-dot dashes)


Group bus VCOM and building bus
(RS485)

r- Bus terminator (BAF) Z-Line


terminal riser (group bus LON)
On LREP (integrated on PCB) and
at end of LON terminal riser

r-1 Bus terminator (BAFL) for lift bus


LoN
On BPL, and on ICE in last OKR

m-
F
Bus terminator (BAFG) for group
bus LON
Bus terminator (BAG) for group bus
VCOM
On BPL2 of first and last elevator in
Q rouP
Internal on EBCOM of first and last
elevator in group
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elevator in group
Application specific interface and
I
/I 1 In multiplex installations, LON
terminal risers are separate LON
Bus terminator for group bus in
BAF bus segments, and must therefore
Z-Line terminal riser
be terminated with a bus terminator

The backplane PCBs used for lift


are BPLl, then BPL3. The
backplane PCBs used for group are
BPL2, then BPL4.
I

1-
r G a t e w a y PCB
CPU PCB
c
I

Option,
Lobbyvision
required for connection to

,
LobbyVision Monitoring device in Lobby Option
In multiplex installations, Z-Line
terminal risers are separate LON
LREP* LON repeater PCB bus segments. The segments are
separated by LREP PCBs with
integrated bus termination.
NGG Power supply unit group
I
OKR2 only required for 2 door
Car control box drives andlor more than 2 car
operating panels
* Two or more cable looms (subr~sers)may be required for a Z-Line Termlnal riser due to high I10 power
consumption (depending on the number of Z-Line Opt~onBoxes per cable loom)

Miconic 70-GC Multiplex Configuration

LON Bus Due to the free topology of the LON bus, a correct termination of the bus
at both e n d s of each segment is very important. The LON bus
termination rules are:

Termination for the LON lift bus (using BAFL#) is required on the
last lift backplane of each elevator, i.e. on BPL1, and on the ICE
PC6 in the last OKR on each car.
Termination for the LON group bus (using BAFG) is required on
the the first group backplane, i.e. on BPL2, of the first and last
elevator in the group.
Termination of the LON bus (lift bus for simplex 1group bus for
multiplex) is required for all terminal (sub)risers with Miconic 10 Z-
Line Terminals. Each (sub)riser is an individual LON bus segment
and terminated by the internal BAF on the LREP PCB on one side,
and by a BAF bus termination on the other side.
The vendor recommends a 105 l2 bus termination at both ends.

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VCOM Bus VCOM termination is done according to the following rules:

Termination is done using the internal BAG on the EBCOM68


PCB for the first and last elevator in the group.
A GW PCB (gateway) is always attached to the VCOM group bus

. of the first elevator. It is required for connection to Lobbyvision.


A simplex elevator with a GW PCB requires one separate BAG
as external bus terminator, mounted in the option area of the
control cabinet AS. C3
VCOM requires a 120 Q bus termination at both ends. 8
B
.

S
I

Bus Termination
i
First elevator in group*
Elevator in middle of group
(BAGS off)
Last elevator in group
pql--]
" O N " / v ]
Undefined
(forbidden status)
ViF
Also valid for simplex with gateway attached to XI-1-1

VCOM Bus Termination on EBCOM68 PCB


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K604007 Section 3-10: Diagnostics Procedure - SMLCD LON Diagnostics
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Section 3-10 SMLCD LON Diagnostics

Introduction The SMLCD can be used to 0


B
test LON nodes, i.e. 5
E
o the functionality of a node by checking if it is recognized E
0
when pressing the service pin V)

o the status of a specific node in the network by selecting it


directly
browse through the status of nodes and the network

To access these functions, the user must be successfully logged in


the SMLCD.

Tests - LON The LON test submenu in the Tests submenu of the SMLCD Commands
menu offers the functions

Senice Pin to to check the presence of LON nodes after pressing


the service pin on the PCB
LON Board to check if a specific LON board is available as node
on the LON bus:

SMLCD Display
Select and confirm
LON menu in Tests
menu

Press service pin on a

P i n
IrLIOIN1 I I I I I I I I 1 I 1 1 I
i i I I ( S e l e c tLONBoard
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lk"!ervice p i n 1 1 Select LON Board


unction /
/:o@ON a r d 1 1 Confirm LON Board
function

Select and confirm


1
B o a r d A d d r e s s board address
=OX## OK = hexadecimal board
address
I

1 m/ m
1 Select board type
****** = board type

r- LON B o a r d
Ok?
1 1 confirm input

If test was successful


L01 LONIOS

If test failed
T e s t F a i l e d

Tests - LON

Status - The LON function in the SMLCD Status menu is used to check the
LON presence and status of the LON nodes on the network:

SMLCD Display
Select and confirm
LON function in Status

0 l : N o d e L i s t

02:Node L i s t Display next node,

03:Node L i s t Display next node


(example: node Duplicate)

* The "' sign as fourth character of the node designation indicates that the service pin
of the node has been pressed while being in this function

Status - LON

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K604007 Section 3-10: Diagnostics Procedure - SMLCD LON Diagnostics

Node Type and The following table shows the composition of the displayed value for
Status LON node type and status:

Node Status Display in CAD1 I SMLCD

(duplicate)

MIS

CON

vL/
G r
"' not c&$ured) 1-
ERR
HTlCx (with
CO***
#: Lift no. of the respective elevator in the group

** Values are set manually on Z-Line Terminal, see K 604027

*** Address of first HTlC is address of last TIC on respective TC plus 1

Type and Status in LON Node Display

Example: 'L01 LONIOS OK ' indicates:

a lift node 'L'


the node address '01'
a node type of 'LONIOS'
the status 'OK'.

In the LON function of the SMLCD Status menu, the '*' sign as fourth
character indicates that the service pin of the node has been pressed
while being in this function

Unknown nodes or node types are displayed with their unknown


identification codes, e.g.

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K604007 Section 3-10: Diagnostics Procedure - SMLCD LON Diagnostics

Status - The LON SW-Dwnload function in the SMLCD Status menu is used to
LON SW- check if a download of LON application software is in progress. The
Dwnload same designations for node type and status are used as in the LON
status function

SMLCD Display
Select and confirm

Download on group
bus in progress
(blinking % at end of
first line*)
* If a download of LON application software is active, there is always a blinking '%'
sign displayed at this position

Status - LON S W-Dwnload


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K604009 Section 8-2: Diagnostics - Exercise

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Section 8-2 -
Exercise Diagnostics

The following exercise gives you some error descriptions for Miconic
TX-GC / 10-GC. Please describe possible error causes, checks and
activities.

1'
Test Table
-
Error Description Please Fill in Solution
The alarm horn does not sound

T The ERROR LED on the EBCOM68 PCB is lit continuously

U
The ERROR LED on the GC10360 PC6 is lit continuously

I
The APPL LED on the ICE PC9 is statically OFF, flashing
4 X shortly in periodic intervals

1
All LEDs on a LONDAG PCB are OFF

E
l
The SERV LED on a LONIOS16 PCB is continuously lit

A Miconic 10 terminal riser is no longer connected

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Though the SMLCD reports normal operation, the installation


does not work after booting, and on exchanging a PCB, its SERV
LED is on for about one minute

I..
In an elevator group, calls from specific terminal risers are
always answered by the same elevators

With the car on the floor, the door closes upon entering a car
call, yet the travel does not start

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K604009 Section 8-3: Diagnostics - Solution

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Section 8-3 Solution Diagnostics - O 1211998 INVENT10 AG

Test
h he table below shows possible results for every case.
Answers
Solution II
1
W Check the fuse SO-A on the ASlLOG3 PCB and the
connection to the NSG battery

No connection to VCOM bus - check wiring to other VCOM


members
l
W Wrong setting of Lift ID - check setting on ASILOG3 PCB
Wrong bus termination - check VCOM termination
W Other VCOM members not active - check operation of
other bus members

W PCT or SCT missing - check SMLCD, download new PCT 1


SCT
W Wrong setting of Lift ID - check setting on ASILOG3 PCB

W LON communication error - check LON bus connection and


termination

Power supply fault - check power on BPL PCB


W Short-circuit or overload - check if multifuse for the
respective LONDAG PCB has been activated

W The LON firmware of the PCB is missing - replace PCB


W A download of the LON application software is running -
check download status on SMLCD and wait for download
to finish

W LON bus termination of the riser not ok - check LREP PCB


on BPL PC6 in AS and bus termination BAF in hoistway
W Connection fault - check wiring

W A download of the LON application software is running


(SERV LED indicates download on respective PCB) -
check download status on SMLCD and wait for download

II
1l
I1
to finish

II
VCOM communication may not work, affecting assignment
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VCOM communication may not work, affecting assignment
between group members - check wiring and bus
termination on EBCOM68 PCBs

. Safety circuit not closed - check contacts KTS, KTC


Door contacts defective - check KET-S, KET-0, etc
Drive 1 brake not operational - check MBB PCB and drive /
brake

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K604009 Section 8-4: Diagnostics - Documentation Reference

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Section 8-4 Documentation Reference

Summary This section contains an overview of diagnostics instructions available d


for Miconic TX-GC / 10-GC. m 5
2
2
Reference Documentation on diagnostics of the control and related peripherals can
be found in the following documents:
4

Diagnostics Miconic TX-GC I Miconic 10-GC


CAD1 Miconic TX-GC I Miconic 10-GC
Operation SMLCD Miconic TX-GC / Miconic 10-GC
1-
Diagnostics Z-Line Landing Elements
pG6ii!q
Diagnostics Z-Line Car Elements
p?i%ziq
Field Manual Miconic TX-GC l Miconic 10-GC
F]
Documentation Reference
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K604009 Section 9-0: Maintenance

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Section 9-0 Maintenance


Learning
This chapter contains information on the changes of the maintenance
Objective procedure for the control as well as on the most relevant details of
service and repair.

Contents
W- Section

1
9-1Maintenance AS
1
1
9-
11 Maintenance OKR

1
9-
3 Documentation Reference

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K604009 Section 9-1-0: Maintenance - Maintenance AS

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Section 9-1-0
Maintenance AS

Summary This section contains information on maintenance for the control cabinet
AS of the control.

Contents
Section
Spare Parts
p l l ~ e r v i c e

19-1-31Repair - Replacing PCBs


/l Repair - Software Download
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K604009 Section 9-1-1 : Maintenance - Maintenance AS - Spare Parts

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Section 9-1-1

Overview This is an overview of the control cabinet AS for the control together with
Picture the associated parts list.

OvenlieW Picture

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K604009 Section 9-1-1 : Maintenance - Maintenance AS - Spare Parts

Component The following table identifies the individual components shown in the
List overview picture:

Component

PCB LONIOSI 6.Q (LON interface to I10


for hoistway wiring)
PCB LONDAGI .Q (LON interface to I10
LONDAG for direction arrows, gong and position
indicators)

Pos. 2)

1
4
-1 NSG Battery
PCB GW2.M (gateway to building bus, see
1pKiqpq
K 603204)
Area for Variodyn drive up to VF85 (one
cabinet solution)

[7/1 Installation specific documentation


~ d a ~ ttransformer
er 4 wire for supply of

Adapter transformer 4 wire for supply of


NGC ql/a192721
1
-
p 1
Additional switching power supply units for
50 W 24 VDC

1
11
/1 Switching power supply unit for indicators
Switching power supply unit group -
I
F 1
Switching power supply unit lift ~ l m
F
1
1
l
w
1/1
l Terminal block AS.X3 including filter
module
M M ~ filter
S FENS pKGi-l~1
1qrlMains filter light
[7)11Mains filter group

Power supply unit safety circuit


(transformer)
Thermal switch safety circuit I230V 0.2A
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FIKP2 110130
Ground fault circuit breaker for safety circuit
(1 10 VAC pulsed version)

Thermal switch brake

-1-
v!
Ground fault circuit breaker for light supply

Ground fault circuit breaker for control

Thermal motor ventilator


higher for

1- ~ e l motor
a ~ ventilator

) I T ( Area for control options

I 1 S ( F I Recall control
11 1 )] I C B SKEI .M (safety circuit) 7 ) p
F l F I PCB MBB2.M (brake module)

11 1 ) PCB GC10360.Q (CPU)


PCB EBLONI .Q (LON bus I10 from lto
CPU for simplex elevator)
PCB EBLON2.Q (LON bus I10 from Ito
CPU for multiplex elevator)
PCB EBCOM68.Q (VCOM group
connection - RS-485)
PCB ASILOG3.Q (application specific
interface logics and backplane for extension
boards, includes SMLCD)

r\I)l I O N bus termination (1419556


FlVIMain switch control, delivered with AS 711419594
Component List

Loose Parts
Component

m-
/l
Earthing terminal blanc 10-16 mm2
(large Wortz terminal for X3)
Clip earth FGC-5 (requires Pos. 4)
-m
207200

r 1 ' c l i pearth FGC-8 (requires Pos. 4) 'zi?q


screw with flange (for Pos. 2 and 3)
1 1 1 / ~ h
Loose Parts

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K604009 Section 9-1-2: Maintenance - Maintenance AS - Service

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Section 9-1-2
Service

Introduction This chapter contains information on service activities for the control
cabinet AS of the control.

Safety To obey the rules for work safety helps to ensure a correct execution of
Requirements work and is finally for your sake. Execute carefully all steps of the
procedure as described in this documentation.

&l Follow the local work safety regulations for your country!

Take care to connect one wire only to each terminal of any connector
(according to manufacturers specifications). Otherwise electric hazard
may occur!

Special Tools For service on this AS, there are no special tools required.

Service Table The following table shows the regular service activities for the AS,
together with possible references to detail descriptions in chapter
'Repair':

Remarks
Please take care that the cabinet is tightly
closed to prevent dust from entering the

Press test button on all JFlxx (elevator


must not be in normal operation, e.g. by
switching to RECALL via recall control

Tighten all screws in the cabinet (fixation


of PCBs, grounding, ...)
The NSG battery serving as emergency
supply unit must be replaced regularly
(before any work on the power supply,
make sure that JH, JTHS, and JHG are in
OFF position). Please take care of correct

DY: Day. WE: Week, MO: Month. YR: Year

Please send the replaced NSG battery back to the spare parts supplier.

Service Table
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K604009 Section 9-1-3: Maintenance - Maintenance AS - Repair -Replacing PC&

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Section 9-1 -3
Repair - Replacing PCBs

Introduction This section contains information on replacing PCBs in the control Q


cabinet AS of the control. 5
L
Overview The following picture shows the ASILOG PCB with plugged in PCBs and
Picture two BPL PCBs with plugged in PCB:
$

PCBs on ASlLOG PC6 PCB (LONDAG) on BPL PCB

Before any work on the installation wiring or on electric


components, make sure that JH, JTHS, JHL, and JHG are in OFF
position, and unplug NSG battery!
By switching off JHG, the group functions of all elevators in the group are
switched off!
The PCBs may be damaged by static electricity when touched on the
surface - please handle them on the edges only and store them in a
plastic bag for electrostatic sensible devices. Discharge yourself!

Every new LON PCB comes only with a basic communication software.
During the next startup, the LON application software will be downloaded
from the master on the GC10360 PCB, where the base software and the
LON application software are located.

If a GC10360 PCB is exchanged, the old software and parameters (PCT


and SCT) are transferred by using the Flash EPROMs from the old PCB.
Insert each EPROM at the same position as on the old PCB. In case that
the old EPROMs cannot be used, document the status of all counters in
the elevator log as the new software will start from 0.

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K604009 Section 9-1-3: Maintenance - Maintenance AS - Repair -Replacing PCBs

EBCOM, The following table gives an overview of activities for replacing pluggable
EBLONZ, PCBs, plugged into either BPL PCB (i.e. LONIOS, LONDAG, LREP) or
GC10360, into ASILOG PCB (i.e. EBCOM, EBLON, GC10360, MBB, SKE):
LONIOS,

Rr
LONDAG, Action
LREP,
MBB, Unscrew sheet metal cover, if applicable (only PCBs MBB and
SKE SKE on ASILOG PCB)

El Plug out all connectors leading to PCB, marking them with


position number of connector if not yet marked

m. Unscrew holding screw(s) for fixation of PCB to cabinet


mounting panel (rear wall)

0 Pull out PCB, remove holding bracket from PCB for later usage
on replacement PCB, and store defective PCB in an
electrostatic safe place

E
For EBCOM, set the VCOM bus termination switches (switches
A and B) to the same value as on the replaced PCB.
For GC10360 PCB: exchange the four Flash EPROMs which
are keeping the elevator parameters (PCT, SCT). In case the
old EPROMs cannot be used, order new EPROMs and
software, and be sure to download your backup of the
parameters into the new EPROMs.
For LONIOS and LONDAG, set the LON bus address
(hexadecimal rotary switches) to the same value as on the
replaced PCB.
Install holding bracket on new PCB, and plug in replacement
PCB.

0.
1
Tighten holding screw(s) for fixation of PCB to mounting panel
of cabinet (rear wall)
Plug in all connectors leading to PC9 according to markings

El- Tighten sheet metal cover, if applicable (only PCBs MBB and
SKE on ASILOG PCB)
Recommission control observing indicators on exchanged PCB.
In case of LON PCBs, a certain time may be needed for the
upgrade of the LON application software.
Replacing Pluggable PCBs

ASlLOG and The following table gives an overview of activities for replacing the
BPL backplane PCBs ASILOG and BPL:

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Action
Remove all PCBs plugged in backplane PCB according to
procedure for pluggable PCBs

El Plug out all connectors leading to PCB, marking them with


position number of connector if not yet marked

m Unscrew holding screws for fixation of backplane PCB to


cabinet mounting panel (rear wall)

a Remove PC5 and store defective PC6 in an electrostatic safe


place

H. For ASILOG, set the Lift ID (hexadecimal rotary switch) to the


same value and the Thermistor jumper to the same position as
on the replaced PCB.

B lnsert new PCB

a
Tighten holding screws for fixation of backplane PCB to cabinet
mounting panel (rear wall)
Plug in all connectors leading to PCB according to markings
Insert all PCBs plugged in backplane PCB according to
procedure for pluggable PCBs
Recommission control observing indicators on exchanged PCB
and all PCBs plugged into it
Replacing Backplane PCBs

Waste Disposal Please send all replaced PCBs back to the spare parts supplier using a
plastic bag for electrostatic sensible devices.
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Section 9-1 -4
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Repair Software Download

Introduction This section contains information on downloading software for all PCBs 0
in the control, connected via LON bus either direct (plugged into f
backplane PCB) or indirect (connection via bus).
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3.-
Overview The tool for software download is integrated in the CAD1 program group
X
(CAD1 2.7 or higher), and the download is a two step process:

in a first step, the GC10360 is updated with the new target software
version which also contains the new application software for all
other nodes and node types in the LON network.
in the second step, in fact every time the control is restarted, the
LON manager in the target software checks all nodes in the
network and updates them with new versions, if necessary.

The software download does not affect the data area, i.e. PCT and SCT.

Prerequisites The following prerequisites must be fulfilled before downloading of


software can start:

The download software must be available on a notebook PC (file


with the extension ".DLDM).
The notebook must be connected to the appropriate location on
the GC10360 PC6 (not on ASILOG as for CAD1 operation):

Connection for Software Do wnload

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Procedure The following table gives an overview of the software download process,
including recommissioning:

Action
Switch JRH to "RECALL" in order to prevent the system from
being operative during the software download.
Start the software download tool on the notebook.
Select the data file with the new software version for download
on the notebook (file extension .DLD).
Use the Connect command of the download tool to connect to
the target (GC10360). The download tool is now ready to set up
a connection to the GC10360.
Reset the control (Reset button on GC10360). Now the
GC10360 will connect to the download tool.
Use the Download Loader command of the download tool to
boot the GC10360 with this tool instead of the normal
application software.
After the bootstrap loader is downloaded, the control is ready to
receive data. This is done by using the Download Application
command of the download tool. The application will first be
downloaded to RAM.
Now use the Programming command of the download tool to
write the new application code to the flash EPROM. After
completion of this download process, the new software for the
master (GC10360) and for all other nodes and node types is
available on the master (during this process, do not interrupt
program execution or interact with the GC10360 in any way!)

If an error occurs during this process, the application code is


now incomplete and

the whole procedure will have to be repeated starting at


step 4
the 4 Flash EPROMs on the GC10360 with the application
code must be exchanged

Use the Reset command of thkdownload tool to perform a


GC10360 reset. The control will restart with the new software,
and the master will check all LON nodes for the correct
software version. In case new software versions have been
downloaded, the master will redistribute this software to the
respective targets using an internal programming mechanism
via LON bus. Please observe:

the SMLCD menu Status - LON SW-Dwnload indicates


the status 'Software Download'
this process may take up to one hour or more for systems
where many LON nodes must be updated.

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Exit the software download tool on the notebook.
Check on SMLCD if download process has been finished. An
active software download is indicated by a blinking ?
' h' sign on
the SMLCD display (top right). The SMLCD menu Status - LON
SW-Dwnload indicates the software download status in detail.
Here the display shows the node, which is actually downloaded,
or otherwise the statement 'No Download' if the download is
finished.

Now switch JRH back to "NORMAL".


Software Do wnload

Please use the help utility of the software download tool illustrated with
screen captures with the instructions on how to use the program. It
includes a detailed description of the download process.
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Section 9-2-0
Maintenance OKR

Summary This section contains information on maintenance for the OKR of the
control.

Contents
I ] Section

19-2-11Spare Parts
service

1
1' ~e~air

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Section 9-2-1
Spare Parts

Overview This is an overview of the car interface box OKR for the control together 0
Picture with the associated parts list. 7t
P5
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0 vervie W Picture

Component The following table identifies the individual components shown in the
List overview picture:

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Component
OKR with individual parts:

l a : cover

. Ib: pull-out extension


Ic: base part
I d : installation socket

121[ ~nspectioncontrol panel 1yF1

[_lAdapter
FIF Switching Power Supply Car

15iJJNGCI/switch for NGC


transformer
m [qj/419210!
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For QKSI 1,

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QKS9110-1,

Fermator,
Wittur DC

7114199801
419994

171
- Terminal block 0KR.XI
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PCB ICE1.Q (car interface PCB) ~ j - i i z i q
FIE]
PCB LONBI016.Q 1-pI
-I[ LON bus termination 1 1 p1
FIFi- PCB HTlC (Miconic 10-GC only: interface to
Z-Line Firefighting Unit)

I--1 Load measurement system 111419995/


pq PCB LREPI .Q (optional LON repeater on
ICE PCB)
PCB TIC (interface to car operating panel) 71Fl
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Component List

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Service
Section 9-2-2

Summary This chapter contains information on service activities for the OKR of the
control.
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Safety
Requirements
To obey the rules for work safety helps to ensure a correct execution of
work and is finally for your sake. Execute carefully
- all steps of the
$1: 1
procedure as described in this documentation.

A Follow the local work safety regulations for your country!

Take care to connect one wire only to each terminal of any connector
(according to manufacturers specifications). Otherwise electric hazard
may occur!

Special Tools For maintenance on this OKR, there are no special tools required.

Service Table The following table shows the regular service activities for the OKR,
together with possible references to detail descriptions in chapter
'Repair':

Description Remarks
Please take care that the OKR is tightly
closed to prevent dust from entering the

DY: Day,WE: Week, MO: Month, YR: Year


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Service Table
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Section 9-2-3
Repair

Summary This chapter contains information on repair activities for the OKR of the C.
control by replacing PCBs. &
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Safety To obey the rules for work safety helps to ensure a correct execution of $
Requirements work and is finally for your sake. Execute carefully all steps of the
procedure as described in this documentation.

d Follow the local work safety regulations for your country!

Take care to connect one wire only to each terminal of any connector
(according to manufacturers specifications). Otherwise electric hazard
may occur!

Special Tools For repair on this OKR, there are no special tools required.

Overview The following picture shows the ICE PCB with mounted / dismounted
Picture LONBIOI 6 PCB:

LONBIO 16 Mounted LONBIO16 Dismounted

Before any work on the installation wiring or on electric


components, make sure that JH, JTHS, JHL, and JHG are in OFF
position, and unplug NSG battery!
By switching off JHG, the group functions of all elevators in the group are
switched off!
The PCBs may be damaged by static electricity when touched on the
surface - please handle them on the edges only and store them in a
plastic bag for electrostatic sensible devices. Discharge yourself!

Every new PCB comes only with a basic communication software.


During the next startup, the LON application software will be downloaded
from the master on the GC10360 PCB, where the base software and the
LON application software are located.

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LONBlOl6 The following table gives an overview of activities for replacing the
LONBIO16 PCB, plugged into the ICE PCB:

Action
Open OKR by screwing off the cover

2
1 Remove screw for ground connection of LONBIO16 PCB

3
1 Pull out old PCB and store it in an electrostatic safe place

1Plug in new PCB, keeping it on the edges


1
4
Tighten screw for ground connection of PCB
Recommission control observing indicators on ICE PCB. A
certain time may be needed for the upgrade of the LON
application software.
Replacing LONBIO 16 PC5

ICE The following table gives an overview of activities for replacing the ICE
PCB:

Action
Remove PCB LONBIOI6 according to procedure for
LONBIO16 from ICE PCB as well as LREP PCB (if existing)

El Plug out all connectors leading to PCB, marking them with


position number of connector if not yet marked
/[-unscrew screws for fixation of PCB to OKR extension

R1 Remove PCB and store it in an electrostatic safe place


Set the LON bus address (hexadecimal rotary switches) to the
same value as on the replaced PCB.
Insert new PC6

7
1 Tighten screws for fixation of PCB to OKR extension

1 Plug in all connectors leading to PC9 according to markings

a Plug in PCB LONBIO16 on ICE PCB according to procedure for


LONBIO16 as well as LREP PCB (if existing)
Recommission control observing indicators on ICE PCB. A
certain time may be needed for the upgrade of the LON
application software.
-
Replacing ICE PCB

Waste Disposal Please send all replaced PCBs back to the spare parts supplier using a
plastic bag for electrostatic sensible devices.
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Section 9-3 Documentation Reference


pp

Summary This section contains an overview of maintenance instructions available


for Miconic TX-GC l 10-GC.

Reference Documentation on maintenance of the control and related peripherals


can be found in the following documents:

Maintenance AS Miconic TX-GC I AS Miconic 10-GC


1-
Maintenance OKR Miconic TX-GC 1 OKR Miconic 10-
GC
Maintenance Z-Line Landing Elements
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K 604018

pizzq
Maintenance Z-Line Car Elements
1-
Field Manual Miconic TX-GC / Miconic 10-GC
1- -
Documentation Reference
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