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Destination Selecting System


Installation Manual
(Included Troubleshooting)

This manual is the property of Hyundai Elevator Co., Ltd and is loaned subject to
return upon demand. Contents of this publication should not be reproduced in
any form without written permission of Hyundai Elevator Co., Ltd.
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REVISION

NO. ITEM Specification DATE Manager

0 First Edition 2014.08.25

1 Edit the format 2014.09.23


Modify of the contents
2 2014.11.11
( 4. Troubleshooting → 1) → ⓛ )
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Table of Contents

1. Configuration Diagram of Destination Selecting System.......................................... 4

2. Wiring in the Elevator Machine Room .......................................................................... 5

2.1 Optical Cable Connection and Group Control Power Wiring .......................................... 5

2.2 Configuring and Checking Group Control Board............................................................... 6

2.3 Things to Note when Using the Elevator for Construction ........................................... 11

3. Wiring in the Hoistway and Elevator Hall ..................................................................12

3.1 Cable Connection for Destination Selecting System ....................................................... 12

3.2 DIP Switch Settings for Destination Input Device ........................................................... 18

4. Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................24
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1. Configuration Diagram of Destination Selecting System

[Figure 1.1 Configuration Diagram of Destination Selecting System]

Installation and adjustment of destination selecting system is basically divided into wiring in the elevator
machine room and wiring in the hoist way and elevator hall.
Wiring in the elevator machine room includes optical cable connection between cars and group control
power wiring. Wiring in the hoistway and elevator hall includes destination selecting system wiring in
each floor (touchscreen and ten-key) and communication cable connection with the group control board.
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2. Wiring in the Elevator Machine Room


2.1 Optical Cable Connection and Group Control Power Wiring

[Fig. 2.1 Optical Cable Connection and Group Control Power Wiring]

• Optical cable connection (red) on both master and auxiliary group control boards are shown above.
Please note the switch settings for distinguishing master and auxiliary group control boards.
Master group control board SW5 Auxiliary group control board SW5

[Fig. 2.2 Master and Auxiliary Group Control Boards SW5]


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• Optical cables should be connected in the order of group control board, 1st car, 2nd car....Nth car
in principle, but the order may be changed depending on the elevator operational circumstances.

• Rotary switch for the car settings on the SIO board or the GIO board of each control panel
should be configured according to the elevator number marked on the elevator hall.

2.2 Configuring and Checking Group Control Board


① Refer to the table below and set the S mode in group control board according to the elevator
operational circumstances on the building.
Standard
Settings Details Option
value
Sets the number of cars included in the group
S01 # GROUP CARS 1~8 CAR
control.
Specifies the highest floor among all service floors
S02 TOP FLOOR
under group control (actually stopped floor).
Specifies the 1st car that provides services for the
S03 HANDICAP 1st 1~8 CAR
handicapped.
Specifies the 2nd car that provides services for the
S04 HANDICAP 2nd 1~8 CAR
handicapped.
1st - 64th
S05 BASIC FLOOR Sets the main floor.
floors
S06 E/L SPEED Specifies the speed of cars under group control.
Prompt
S07 RE. ASGN Sets prompt prediction. 0
prediction
Sets the number of underground floors based on
S08 BASEMENT FL 0~9
the lobby floor.
S09 #1 MAX PERSN ~ Sets the maximum number of passengers for each
S16 #8 MAX PERSN car.
S17 #1 UNDER FLR ~
Sets the lowest ghost floor for each car.
S24 #8 UNDER FLR
25 #1 MID UBFLR ~
Sets the middle ghost floor for each car.
S32 #8 MID UBFLR
1st - 32nd
S33 TOTAL STOP1 Sets the service floors.
floors
33rd - 64th
S34 TOTAL STOP2 Sets the service floors.
floors
S35 #1 STOP FL1 ~ 1st - 32nd
Sets the service floors for each car.
S42 #8 STOP FL1 floors
S43 #1 STOP FL2 ~ 33rd - 64th
Sets the service floors for each car.
S50 #8 STOP FL2 floors
Sets destination selecting system installed on 1st - 1st - 32nd
S51. DSS FL1
32nd floors. floors
Sets destination selecting system installed on 33rd 33rd - 64th
S52. DSS FL2
- 64th floors. floors
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Standard
Settings Details Option
value
1st - 64th
S53. BASIC FLOOR2 Specifies the 2nd standby floor.
floors
1st - 64th
S54 BASIC FLOOR3 Specifies the 3rd standby floor.
floors
1st - 64th
S55 BASIC FLOOR4. Specifies the 4th standby floor.
floors
1st - 64th
S56 BASIC FLOOR5. Specifies the 5th standby floor.
floors
1st - 64th
S57 BASIC FLOOR6 Specifies the 6th standby floor.
floors
1st - 64th
S58 BASIC FLOOR7 Specifies the 7th standby floor.
floors
1st - 64th
S59 BASIC FLOOR8 Specifies the 8th standby floor.
floors
S61 UP PK S-MIN Specifies the minute for the up peak start time. 0~59

S62 UP PK E-HOUR Specifies the hour for the up peak end time. 0~23

S63 UP PK E-MIN Specifies the minute for the up peak end time. 0~59

S64 DN PK S-HOUR Specifies the hour for the down peak start time. 0~23

S65 DN PK S-MIN Specifies the minute for the down peak start time. 0~59

S66 DN PK E-HOUR Specifies the hour for the down peak end time. 0~23

S67 DN PK E-MIN Specifies the minute for the down peak end time. 0~59
Specifies whether to use energy saving
S68 SAVE DR FG 0~1 0
control.
Specifies the number of cars running during
S69 SAVE DR C NO 0~7 0
energy saving control.
Specifies whether to use automatic parking
S70 AUTO PARK FG 0~1 0
operation.
Specifies the cafeteria floor at which the
S71 CAFETERIA FL 0~64 0
elevator stands by after lunch.
S72 SAVE SPEC Saves the settings. 0~1 1
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1) S06 E/L SPEED : Setting the elevator speed and type.


① Use the UP and DOWN keys on iGC3 board to select the HHT option S06 E/L SPEED and
then press the ENTER key. When the cursor blinks, select the speed using the UP and DOWN
keys and press the ENTER key.
② When the AC0 E/L MODEL option appears, select the elevator type using the UP and DOWN
keys and press the ENTER key.
③ In the AC1 MOTOR TYPE option, select the motor type using the UP and DOWN keys and
press the ENTER key. (1 - induction motor, 2 - synchronous motor)
④ When AC0 and AC1 are properly selected, press the ESC key to return to the S mode and
continue the configuration process.

2) S17 #1 UNDER FLR ~ S24 #8 UNDER FLR


Ex) With the main car and main floor 1 (FL)
UNDER FLR UNDER FLR
#1 Condition (Floor) #2 Condition (Floor)
Settings Settings

Service floors Service floors


B5~10 2 B5~10 4
of the main car of the main car
Service floors Service floors
B3~10 B1~10
of the no. 1 car of the no. 1 car

3) S25 #1 MID UBFLR ~ S32 #8 MID UBFLR


Ex) No.1 car provides services to a total of 15 floors. Among these, the 13th floor is a virtual floor.
→『S25 #1 MID UBFLR = 13』

Ex) 23-story (B5 ~ 18F) building

Car Service floor Non-stop floor UNDER FLR MID UBFLR TOTAL STOP STOP FL

#1 B5~18 0 0 0 007FFFFF

#2 B2~18 0 3 0 007FFFF8

#3 B2~18 2 3 7 007FFFB8
007FFFFF
#4 B2~18 2, 4 3 7, 9 007FFEB8

#5 B5~18 2 0 7 007FFFBF

#6 B5~18 2, 4 0 7, 9 007FFEBF

→ Set the service floor as 『1』 and the non-stop floor as 『0』. When configuring 『S02 TOP
FLOOR』, 『S33 ~ S52』options are automatically set. If there are special reasons such as a
non-stop floor, you need to change the data in 『S33 ~ S52』options.
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4) S53 BASIC FLOOR2 ~ S59 BASIC FLOOR8 : Distributed standby options.


The distributed standby options can be set for as many as the number of cars for maximum group
control.

5) S51 DSS FL1, S52 DSS FL2


• This option appears only when the destination selecting system is applied.
• Select the floor where the destination selecting system is installed.

6) S60 UP PK S-HOUR ~S67 DN PK E-MIN. : UP/DOWN peak options.


<Setting the options>
• M01 YEAR/MON/DAY, M02 HOUR:MIN:SEC : Set the current time. You need to set the first
two digits as 0.
Ex) Year/month/day: 2012/5/5 → 00120505, Hour/minute/second: 1:05:00 pm →00130500
• S60 UP PK S-HOUR : set the hour for the up peak start time.
• S61 UP PK S-MIN. : set the minute for the up peak start time.
• S62 UP PK E-HOUR : set the hour for the up peak end time.
• S63 UP PK E-MIN. : set the minute for the up peak end time.
• S64 DN PK S-HOUR : set the hour for the down peak start time.
• S65 DN PK S-MIN. : set the minute for the down peak start time.
• S66 DN PK E-HOUR : set the hour for the down peak end time.
• S67 DN PK E-MIN. : set the minute for the down peak end time.

• You need to set these options when you want the up/down peak operation and the
supervisory panel (HELMON) is not applied. Set these options to 0 if the
supervisory panel (HELMON) is applied.
• Make sure that you choose a value between 0:01 - 23:59 for the up peak start/end
time and the down peak start/end time.
• You need to reset [M01 YEAR/MON/DAY] and [M02 HOUR:MIN:SEC] once
every month to ensure that the up/down peak operation is carried out at an
accurate time.

7) S68 SAVE DR FG, S69 SAVE DR C NO : Specifies whether to use energy saving control and the
number of cars.
If you set [S68] to [1] and the traffic is less than a level, only the number of cars set in [S69]
operate in a group. If you set this to [1] and the traffic exceeds a certain level, all cars operate in a
group.

8) S70 AUTO PARK FG : Specifies whether to use automatic parking operation.


If you set this to [1] and there is no car operation for one hour, all cars return to the main floor and
stand by.

9) S71 CAFETERIA FL
If the after lunch operation is set, all cars stand by on the designated floor.
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10) S72 SAVE SPEC


If you press [1] for this option, the data stored in [S01~S67] is saved on the memory in the board.
After 10 seconds, the [DATA] LED on the front side of board turns on and the [CPU] LED starts
blinking to indicate that the data has been saved properly.

② Check group control communication status at [D08 GROUP CHECK].


Standard
Settings Details Option
value
Group control has
Communication loss 0
been violated.
D08 GROUP Specifies whether each car Communication
Dedicated/ATT 4
CHECK violated the group control. normal
Communication Group control is
8
normal normal.

• D08 GROUP CHECK : When the value is 『00008084』 * The far right value indicates No. 1
car.

Car Value Status

Group control communication is normal and the dedicated/ATT service is in operation.


#1 4
(It is also normal when the value changes between 0 and 4 repeatedly.)

#2 8 Group control communication is normal and the group control is in operation.

#3 0 Group control communication is lost.

#4 8 Group control communication is normal and the group control is in operation.

If the value is not [8] when the elevator is operating automatically, check the settings
related to group control in the control panel.

* For more details, refer to the configuration manual for each elevator.(DSS group control
settings, hall lantern usage settings, CTS and CLCD settings, settings for returning to the
main floor)
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2.3 Things to Note when Using the Elevator for Construction

Check the following when using the elevator for construction


without mounting the destination input device (HTS, HTK).

① The destination selecting device (HTS, HTK) is generally mounted after the building wall is
completed in order to prevent damage to the system.
② To use the elevator for construction before mounting the destination input device (HTS, HTK), you
need to use the temporary OPB box and elevator hall indicator.
③ A temporary OPB box varies depending on the elevator type. Mount the correct OPB box that
matches the elevator type. Connect the communication cable of the temporary OPB box to the car-
top board on the car.
④ There are 2 ways to mount the elevator hall indicator for calling from the elevator hall.
• Connect only the hall button to the hall lantern GH4 board installed at the hoistway and mount
the button on the elevator hall. This installation and deactivation processes are simple.
• After wiring the hall communication cable for construction, mount the construction HIP to the
elevator hall. The installation and deactivation processes are complicated.
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3. Wiring in the Hoistway and Elevator Hall


3.1 Cable Connection for Destination Selecting System

[Fig. 3.1 Cable Connection for Destination Selecting System]

1) In the case of master car (#1), group control board, CAN repeater, and HTK power are mounted
together as shown above.
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2) Cables connected from elevator machine room through the hoistway to HTS and HTK, which are
the destination input device on the elevator hall, include [DSS COM. CABLE], [HTK POWER
CABLE], and [HTS POWER CABLE].

• [DSS COM. CABLE] connects the communication cable connector from the elevator machine
room to the CAN repeater board CH4 that is connected to the group control board of the master
car. Cable 2P ‘HV22,HINC' related to power is connected to 'P24(B) and N24(B)' on 'HTK
POWER'. GND 1P is connected to the Control Panel ground.

[Figure 3.2 Connecting DSS COM. Cable-1]

[Fig. 3.3 HTK Power]


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• [DSS COM. CABLE] is connected from the elevator hall to DSS1 in the case of HTK and to CAN
module cable in the case of HTS.

[Figure 3.4 Connecting DSS COM. Cable-2]

• When the ground line is mounted on HTK, it is connected to No. 5 [GND] of [DSS COM. CABLE].
• When HTK is applied to the lowest floor, one terminal resistor (33 Ω) should be mounted on each
of the A/B banks. The terminal resistor is mounted on the supplementary power cable of [DSS
COM. CABLE]. Therefore, connect the cable as shown below.

[Fig. 3.5 Connecting DSS COM. Cable-3]


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• When HTS is applied to the lowest floor, you need to jump the HTS CAN module as shown below
in order to create one terminal resistor on each of the A/B banks.

[Fig. 3.6 Jump the HTS CAN Module]

• [HTK POWER CABLE] is installed on each bank to supplement power when more than 1 HTK are
mounted on each of the A/B banks. The starting point of cable, [HV22,HINC] 2P, is connected to
[P24, N24] on [HTK POWER] of the master car in the machine room (Refer to [Fig. 3.3 HTK
Power] for details). After wiring the hoist way, cables on the elevator hall of each floor should be
connected to [DSS2] of HTK.

[Fig. 3.7 HTK Power Cable and DSS COM. Cable]


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• You need to connect [HTS POWER CABLE] to UPS or the building power in the elevator machine
room. Then, you need to connect it to the power cable derived from HTS controller installed in the
hoistway.

[Figure 3.8 HTS Power Cable and HTS Controller Cable]

• If the travel height of hoistway is over 75m, you need to install the [DSS CAN REPEATER BOX] in
the half position of travel.
After that, you need to connect [DSS COM. CABLE] to the [DSS CAN REPEATER BOX] as blow.

[Fig. 3.9 DSS CAN REPEATER BOX]


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[Fig. 3.10 Types of HTK]

[Fig. 3.11 Types of HTS]


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3.2 DIP Switch Settings for Destination Input Device


1) DIP switch settings for HTS
Use the CAN module DIP switch inside the HTS controller to set the switch value to the ID for each
floor.

• When there is one HTS for each of the A/B banks, refer to the table below to set them
identically.
Ex) when there are 40 floors

Each HTS ID
(ON means pulling down the switch.)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Floor

40 ON ON

39 ON ON ON ON

38 ON ON ON

37 ON ON ON

… (inter floors)

4 ON

3 ON ON

2 ON

1 ON
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• When there are 2 HTS for each of the A/B banks, refer to the table below to set the DIP switch.
No. 2 ~ No. 7 pins on left and right HTS's should be the same. However, pull up the No. 1 pin
on the right.
Ex) when there are 40 floors

Left HTS switch settings Right HTS switch settings


Floor
(ON means pulling down the switch.) (ON means pulling down the switch.)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
40 ON ON ON ON ON
39 ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
38 ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
37 ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
…(inter floors)
4 ON ON ON
3 ON ON ON ON ON
2 ON ON ON
1 ON ON ON
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• When either A bank or B bank has a higher lowest floor, you need to set the switch as follows:
Even when the A/B banks are different, HTS's for each floor should have the same settings.
Ex) when the number of floors in the B bank is smaller than that of the A bank by one (when
there are 40 floors).

Left HTS switch settings for the A bank Left HTS switch settings for the B bank
Floor
(ON means pulling down the switch.) (ON means pulling down the switch.)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
40 ON ON ON ON
39 ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
38 ON ON ON ON ON ON
37 ON ON ON ON ON ON

……(inter floors)

4 ON ON
3 ON ON ON ON
2 ON ON
1 ON
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2) DIP switch settings for HTK


Use SW1 and SW2 DIP switches on the back of HTK to set the switch value to the ID of each floor.

• When there is one HTK for each of the A/B banks, refer to the table below to set them
identically.
Ex) when there are 40 floors

Each HTK ID
(ON means pulling up the switch.)
SW1 SW2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2

Floor

40 ON ON

39 ON ON ON ON

38 ON ON ON

37 ON ON ON

……(inter floors)

4 ON

3 ON ON

2 ON

1 ON
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• When there are 2 HTK for each of the A/B banks, refer to the table below to set the SW1 and
SW2 DIP switches.
No. 1 ~ No. 7 pins on left and right HTK's should be the same. However, pull up the No. 1 pin
of SW2 on the right HTK.
Ex) when there are 40 floors

Left HTK switch settings Right HTK switch settings


(ON means pulling up the switch.) (ON means pulling up the switch.)
Floor

SW1 SW2 SW1 SW2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2
40 ON ON ON ON ON
39 ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
38 ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
37 ON ON ON ON ON ON ON

… (inter floors)

4 ON ON ON
3 ON ON ON ON ON
2 ON ON ON
1 ON ON ON
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• When either A bank or B bank has a higher lowest floor, you need to set the switch as follows:
Even when the A/B banks are different, HTK's for each floor should have the same settings.
Ex) when the number of floors in the B bank is smaller than that of the A bank by one (when
there are 40 floors).

Left HTK switch settings for the A bank Left HTK switch settings for the B bank
(ON means pulling up the switch.) (ON means pulling up the switch.)
Floor
SW1 SW2 SW1 SW2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2
40 ON ON ON ON
39 ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
38 ON ON ON ON ON ON
37 ON ON ON ON ON ON
… (inter floors)
4 ON ON
3 ON ON ON ON
2 ON ON
1 ON
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4. Troubleshooting
1) Even after I set the destination floor using HTS or HTK, guide on the car to ride on is not provided.
① Check the group control status on the elevators (refer to p4 - p9).
• Inspect the group control board settings and connection of cables inside the elevator
machine room.
• Check the automatic operation status on the control panel.
• Check the settings related to destination selecting system on control panel.

<STVF7 or HSVF System>


• Setting for Destination Selecting System
3. SETUP > 3.1 Basic > 31b Field > b23 Group Mode -> Ring
3. SETUP > 3.2 Device > 32m DestCallType -> DSS Ring

• Setting for hall lantern


3.SETUP > 3.1 Basic > 31b Field > B14 Lantern Use -> Enable

• Setting for CLCD & CTS(Car LCD & Car Touch Screen)
3.SETUP > 3.2 Device > 32l CTS Type -> #1 only

• Setting for the handicapped


3.SETUP > 3.1Basic > 31b Field > B42 OPB Handicap -> Enable
3.SETUP > 3.2Device > 32h Hall.1 Type -> Handicap

<SUVF System>
• Setting for Destination Selecting System
3. DATA SET-UP > 3. OPTIONAL DATA > 2. GROUP MODE -> 1
3. DATA SET-UP > 3. OPTIONAL DATA > 2. DSS MODE -> 1

• Setting for CLCD(Car LCD)


3. DATA SET-UP > 3. OPTIONAL DATA > 3. COMM MODE > 5. CAR LCD DISPLAY -> 1

• Setting for CTS(Car Touch Screen)


3. DATA SET-UP > 3. OPTIONAL DATA > 3. COMM MODE > 6. CAR TOUCH SCREEN -> 1

• Setting for the handicapped


3. DATA SET-UP > 6. CALL DATA > 4. DISABLED CALL -> 1

• Setting for return to the lobby floor


3. DATA SET-UP > 1. SPECIAL DRIVE > 4. LOBBY RETURN -> 1
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② Check the wiring related to the destination input device of the elevator hall
• Check whether ‘DSS COM. CABLE’ is connected to CH4 of the CAN repeater that is
installed on the front end of the group control board in the machine room. (Refer to P.13).
• Check whether ‘DSS COM. CABLE’ is connected to the destination selecting system.
(Refer to P.13).
• When the guide for the car to ride on is not provided on the destination selecting system
of a certain floor, check the cable numbers in 'DSS COM.CABLE'.

③ Check DSS communication (Refer to P.13~P.14)


• Check the terminal resistor (33 Ω) on the lowest floor.
• Check whether the terminal resistor (R3, R7) is mounted on the group control board.
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* When it is not mounted, replace it with a new board or mount 120 Ω resistor on CAN1 and
CAN2 as shown below.

2) The button LED of HTK is not bright and guide on the car to ride on is not provided occasionally.
① Check the cables related to power.
• Check the 'HTK POWER CABLE' connection (Refer to P.15).
• Check the connection of the lowest floor supplementary power cable for ‘DSS
COM.CABLE' (Refer to P.13).
② Perform the following when all cables are properly connected but the HTK input voltage in a
middle floor is below DC 18 V. (Refer to P.15).
• Install an additional DC power supply (SMPS) for 'HTK POWER' in the elevator machine
room.
(MSF300-24 (DC24 V, 13 A, Orient Electronics))

3) Even after set the destination floor using HTS or HTK, guide on the car to ride on is not provided
occasionally. (Refer to P.15 ~ P.16).
① If the total travel height is above 75 m, check whether the CAN repeater is mounted on a
middle floor.
② Check whether the terminal resistor is mounted on a middle floor instead of the lowest floor
destination input device (HTS, HTK).
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4) I registered the destination floor using HTS or HTK and designated a car, but the elevator does not
arrive at the requested floor.
① Check whether the DIP switch on HTS or HTK is correctly set for the current floor (Refer to 3.2
DIP Switch Settings for Destination Input Device)
② When there is an elevator whose lowest floor is lower than that of other elevators under group
control, check if ‘S17 #1 UNDER FLR ~ S24 #8 UNDER FLR’ are set properly (Refer to 2.2
Configuring and Checking Group Control Board).

5) Registered the destination floor using HTS or HTK and designated an elevator, but a different
elevator arrives at the requested floor.
Check if the rotary switch for the car settings on SIO board or GIO board of each control panel
matches the elevator number on the elevator hall (Refer to 2.1 Optical Cable Connection and
Group Control Power Wiring)

6) Registered the destination floor using HTS or HTK and designated an elevator, but the hall lantern
for the designated elevator does not turn on.
① Check if the GH4 board of the hoist way or HIP/HPI DIP switch of the elevator hall is set
properly for the current floor.
② Check if the hall lantern of the GH4 board in the hoist way is properly connected to the power
and if the power is being supplied properly.
③ In the case of STVF7 and HSVF elevators, check whether the hall lantern usage option is set
in the control panel (Refer to P.24).

7) Registered the destination floor using HTS or HTK and designated an elevator, but the hall lantern
for the designated elevator blinks irregularly or its brightness changes intermittently.
① Check whether there is a voltage drop in hall communication (a minimum of 18 V is required for
all floors).
② Check the hall communication status in the control panel. (Refer to the installation and
adjustment manuals for each elevator type.)

8) Registered the destination floor using HTS or HTK, designated an elevator, and rode on it, but the
destination floor is not indicated on the LCD inside the elevator and the elevator does not move to
the destination floor.
Check whether group control is set as DSS in the control panel. (Refer to P.24)

9) Registered the destination floor using HTS or HTK, designated an elevator, and rode on it. The
elevator moves to the destination floor, but the destination floor is not indicated on the LCD inside
the elevator.
Set CLCD (Car LCD) and CTS (Car Touchscreen) to be available in the control panel. (Refer to
P.24)

10) Registered the destination floor using HTS or HTK, designated an elevator, and rode on it. The
elevator moves to the floor I designated, But the destination floor indicated on the LCD is different
from the one I designated.
There is a problem with the CLCD program. Contact the manufacturer for details.
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11) Registered the destination floor using HTS or HTK, designated an elevator, and rode on it. The
destination floor indicated on the LCD is the floor I designated. But the elevator arrives at a floor
different from the one I designated.
• There is a problem with the HTS and CLCD programs. Contact the manufacturer for details.
• There is a problem with the HTK program. Contact the Headquater of Hyundai Elevator co. Ltd.
for details..

12) Registered the destination floor using HTS or HTK and designated an elevator, but either the 'X'
mark is displayed on the LCD or the "not a service floor" message is broadcast.
① Check whether the DIP switch on HTS or HTK is correctly set for the current floor (Refer to 3.2
DIP Switch Settings for Destination Input Device).
② Check whether the service floor settings for each car in the group control board (S33 TOTAL
STOP1 ~ S50 #8 STOP FL2) is set properly for the site (Refer to 2.2 Configuring and Checking
Group Control Board).
③ Check the non-stop settings on the HELMON.

13) Registered the destination floor using HTS or HTK, but the guide on the car to ride on does not
appear.
① Check whether the group control board operates properly.
• Check whether 24 V power is supplied to the group control board.
• PWR LED should turn red, DATA LED should turn yellow, and CPU LED should turn
green in the group control board.
• If the text on the LCD changes when you press the 'UP, DN, ESC' button in the group
control board, and PWR LED turns red and DATA LED and CPU LED turn off, set the
'SAVE SPEC' settings to '1'.
② HTS or HTK on a certain floor may have been damaged. This could lead to the loss of DSS
CAN communication on all floors.
In this case, remove HTS and HTK for all floors from DSS COM.CABLE and reconnect one by
one to determine a faulty HTS or HTK.
③ The no. 2 or no. 3 cable on DSS COM.CABLE may have short-circuited at the HTS or HTK
connections. In this case, you need to check the parts where a short-circuit may have occurred
one by one.
④ This may be due to a problem in the terminal resistor. Check the terminal resistor on the lowest
floor HTS or HTK and the mount area of the terminal resistor in the group control board of the
machine room (Refer to P.13~P.14, P.29).

14) Pressed an up/down button in the site where the hall button (up/down) for the handicapped is
applied, but a different elevator arrives.
① Check whether 'S03 HANDICAP 1st' of the group control board is set properly.
② Check whether the handicapped settings are configured properly on the handicapped car
(Refer to P.24)

15) Pressed an up/down button in the site where the hall button (up/down) for the handicapped is
applied, but the button does not turn on.
Check whether 'S03 HANDICAP 1st' of the group control board is set properly.
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16) Registered the HTK for the handicapped, but the 'X' mark is displayed and the 'not a service floor'
message is broadcast.
① Check whether 'S03 HANDICAP 1st' of the group control board is set properly. (Set the
handicapped car as a general car in the control panel and set only the door time to more than
10 seconds.)
② Check whether the control panel for the handicapped car is set under group control.

17) When two HTS's or HTKs' are installed on one bank, I registered HTS or HTK on the left or right
side of one bank, but the HTS or HTK on both sides guide the car to ride on.
Check whether the DIP switches of HTS's or HTK's on one bank are set differently from each
other (Refer to 2.2 Configuring and Checking Group Control Board).

18) How do I use the handicapped HTK?