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MANUAL FOR

INSTALLATION AND USE

STK3-GMV10
Control panel and Pre-wiring

For Hydraulic Elevators

SEA SYSTEMS S.R.L


Control Panels, Button Panels and Pre-wired Systems for Elevators MSTK3-GB
Via San Carlo 13 - 20010 Bareggio - Milan - ITALY Rev.04
Tel: +39 02 90 36 34 99 - Fax: +39 02 90 36 35 00 05/02/12
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for choosing the STK3 Control panel for your system.
Please read this booklet carefully in order to learn about all of the features and the potential of this
device.

The control panels with microprocessors in the STK3 family are specifically designed for controlling
hydraulic and traction elevators in Universal or Simplex (grouped ascent and/or descent) operation.
Using the PT01 programmer it is possible to set a secret Access Code, determine the conditions of
elevator operation, monitor what malfunctions or breakdowns occurred and how many times they
occurred, control the operation of the elevator and its doors, and modify the functional
characteristics of the elevator.
Many specific functions for a particular system can be programmed without having to modify the
cabling of the Control panel.
The functional diagnostics for the system is provided by the PT01 programmer and by the
LED signals on the STK3-B board.

WARNING
This As our products are continuously evolving, the SEA SYSTEMS reserves the right to
alter the information contained in this manual without prior notice.
Support documentation will be supplied for the additional or modified functions of
customized products.

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INDEX
A) FUNCTIONAL AND TECHNICAL FEATURES .................................. 4
A1) FUNCTIONAL FEATURES .............................................................................................4
A2) TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ........................................................................................5

B) INSTALLATION .................................................................................. 6
B.1) GENERAL NOTES ......................................................................................................7
B.2) SAFETY MEASURES ..................................................................................................8
B.3) TERMS USED ............................................................................................................8
B.4) PRELIMINARY OPERATIONS ........................................................................................9
B.5) FASTENING CONTROL PANEL ...................................................................................10
B.6) CONNECTIONS FOR PRE-INSTALLATION OPERATIONS .................................................11
B.7) IN SHAFT MOUNTING AND CONNECTIONS ..................................................................14
B.8) CAB ROOF MOUNTINGS AND CONNECTIONS ..............................................................17
B.9) CONNECTIONS TO PANEL AND POWER-ON ................................................................29
B.10) ISOLATION TEST .....................................................................................................30
B.11) TESTS FOR AMENDMENT A3 OF EN81.2...................................................................31

C) PROGRAMMING AND DIAGNOSTICS............................................ 32


C.1) CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PT01 PROGRAMMER .......................................................32
C.2) WAIT CONNECTION AND MODE .................................................................................32
C.3) PROGRAMMER PARAMETERS AND USE .....................................................................33
C.4) IDENTIFICATION AND ACCESS ...................................................................................34
C.5) LEVEL OF ACCESS ..................................................................................................34
C.6) PARAMETERS .........................................................................................................35

D) MAINTENANCE ................................................................................ 67
D.1) BATTERY REPLACEMENT .........................................................................................67
D.2) SHAFT SENSORS ....................................................................................................67
D.3) REPLACEMENT OF THE STK3-B BASIC ELECTRONIC BOARD ......................................68

E) SOLUTIONS TO MOST FREQUENT PROBLEMS .......................... 69


E.1) STK3-B BOARD IN ALARM (ALARM LED ON)...........................................................69
E.2) INCORRECT READINGS BY THE SHAFT SENSORS .......................................................69

F) TABLES ............................................................................................ 70
F.1) MENU TABLE ..........................................................................................................70
F.2) SIGNALS TABLE AND STK3-B BOARD TERMINALS .......................................................72
F.3) AL01 BOARD LIGHT INDICATORS ..............................................................................73
F.4) ALARM CODE TABLE ...............................................................................................74
F.5) CURRENTLY ALLOWED INPUT FUNCTIONS .................................................................80
F.6) CURRENTLY ALLOWED OUTPUT FUNCTIONS..............................................................81

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A) Functional and Technical Features


A1) functional features

TYPE OF ELEVATORS CABLE


- HYDRAULIC DIRECT, STAR-DELTA, SOFT STARTER, SOFT STOP, ELECTRONIC
VALVE

OPERATIONS
- SIMPLEX UNIVERSAL
- SIMPLEX GROUP DESCENT
- SIMPLEX GROUP ASCENT-DESCENT

NUMBER OF STOPS - FOR UNIVERSAL AND GROUP DESCENT:


BASIC 12 STOPS / 12 SERVICED
EXPANSION FOR 12 SERVICED (TOTAL 12 STOPS / 24 SERVICED)

- - FOR GROUP ASCENT-DESCENT:


BASIC 7 STOPS / 7 SERVICED
EXPANSION FOR 12 SERVICED (TOTAL 12 STOPS / 12 SERVICED)

DOOR CONTROL
- AUTOMATIC ON FLOORS AND IN CAB UP TO 2 OPERATORS WITH
ALTERNATING/CONTEMPORARY/SELECTIVE OPENING
- PHOTOCELL, OPEN/CLOSE DOOR BUTTON
- VARYING DOOR OPEN/CLOSED STOP ON DIFFERENT FLOORS

VARIOUS FUNCTIONS
- VIEW AND DELETE BREAKDOWN/MALFUNCTION CODES
- SAFETY CONTROL
- PHASE SEQUENCE AND FAILURE
- TIMER MANAGEMENT (RUN TIME, LOW SPEED TIME)
- INTERMEDIATE CONTROL 15 S (HYDRAULICS)
- MAIN FLOOR STOP
- ADJUSTMENT OF LEVELING SPACE
- EARLY DOOR OPEN
- RESERVED/PREFERENTIAL/FIREMAN/FIRE OPERATION
- CUSTOMER SECRET ACCESS CODE
- PROGRAMMING OF INPUTS AND OUTPUTS FOR SPECIAL FUNCTIONS

IN CAB BUTTON PANEL - POSITION DISPLAY


- NEXT DIRECTION ARROW
- SENT AND RECEIVED ALARM, INTERCOM
- EMERGENCY LIGHT
- OVERLOAD
- GONG
- OUT OF SERVICE
- CALL BUTTON (also for the EN 81-70 version)
FLOOR BUTTON PANEL
- POSITION DISPLAY
- NEXT DIRECTION ARROW
- CALL BUTTONS (also for the EN 81-70 version)

FLOOR INDICATOR - MAGNETIC PICK-UP, ENCODER

EMERGENCY
- EMERGENCY DESCENT AND DOOR OPENING for hydraulic elevators (Data sheet
EM01)

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A2) Technical Specification


Type of electric system logic Distributed with serial connection
Type of control Microprocessor
Input Voltage From 110 to 440 V AC (Single- and three-phase)
Operation Voltage 48 V DC
Sliding-block, Solenoid valve voltage 48 V DC
Operators 30 V DC, Three-phase
Arrow, Out of Service, Occupied signal 24 V DC – 12 W Max. Each
outputs
'Arriving', Reservation signal outputs 24 V DC – 2.4 W Max. Each
Auxiliary inputs 24 V DC – 10 mA
Safety inputs Opto-isolated (EN 81-1 and EN 81-2 Compliant)
Operating Temperature 0 ÷ 40 °C
Data Memory Duration Permanent
Rechargeable Battery 12 V, 2 Ah (standard)
12 V, 7.5 Ah (with emergency descent)

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B) INSTALLATION
Fig. B.1 - General pre-wiring layout with paragraphs for reference during installation

SHAFT:
- Par. B.7

CAB ROOF:
- Par. B.8

CONTROL PANEL:
- Par. B.5;
- Par. B.6
- Par. B.9

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B.1) General Notes


NOTE
Read the warnings contained in this manual very carefully as they provide
important information for safety during installation, use and maintenance.
• Current norms must be respected for installation and maintenance, which are to be
performed according to the manufacturer's instructions by qualified professional
personnel.
• Improper installation or poor maintenance may cause damage to persons, animals
or things, for which the manufacturer is not responsible.
• If the equipment is sold or transferred to another owner, always make certain that
all of the documentation listed in the following point is provided with the equipment
so that the new owner and/or installer can consult it.
• The documentation to use for installation is the following:
- System design diagram (not provided by SEA SYSTEMS)
- Manual for Installation and Use
- Electric circuit diagrams
- Electric installation diagrams
• This documentation must be kept by the system manager for correct and safe
installation and maintenance of the elevator. This documentation is considered an
integral portion of the system and must not be damaged. Pages must not be
removed. During use have care not to dirty the pages in order to preserve its
legibility.
• The terms of warrantee are indicated on the back of the product transport
documents. This warrantee provides the security that SEA SYSTEMS S.r.l. will
support its products should defects manifest within the established period. The
warrantee is null if the product is used incorrectly or is modified to alter its
performance beyond the original factory specifications.
• If it is necessary to con our Technical Service, provide the serial number for the
system.
The serial number can be found:
- On the adhesive label located on the outer side of the housing of the control panel
On the first page of the electronic circuit diagram for the system On the
programming page of the panel On the Compliance Declaration for the panel
• The serial number is essential for tracing the technical features of the system.
The address and the telephone number for our technical service can be found on
the cover of this manual.

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B.2) Safety Measures


• The installation of the equipment must be performed by a qualified technician, who
under his/her own responsibility guarantees following the standards for good
workmanship.
• Before performing any cleaning of maintenance operations, disconnect the
equipment from the electric mains using the general system switch.
• Always wear the necessary IPD (individual protection devices) (Fig. 2.1),
specifically:
- - Helmet
- Gloves
- Coveralls closed at the writs

- Safety shoes
- Safety Belt
- Ear protection

Safety Signs

• Do not wear loose clothing or objects (necklaces, watches, ties...) and tie back long
hair.
• Do not keep sharp objects or objects that can puncture (ex. screwdrivers,
scissors...) in shirt pockets.
• Do not tamper with, spoil, or hide warning signs/labels: If illegible, request their
immediate replacement.
• To lift heavy loads, use suitable equipment in order to limit spinal injury due to
manual operations.

B.3) Terms Used


NOTE
This symbol indicates relevant or important information for the personnel
involved.
WARNING
This symbol indicates information that if not respected may cause personal injury
or damage the system.
CAUTION
This symbol indicates that the operation described may cause physical injury to
the personnel involved if not performed in compliance with the worker safety
norms.

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B.4) Preliminary Operations


Prior to beginning the installation procedure, perform the following controls and
preparatory steps:

A) PREPARATION OF THE PLACE OF INSTALLATION


• Check that there is an efficient lighting system in the room.
• Check that the room and pit are clean.
• Check that the mains electricity has sufficient grounding (if this is not the case, halt
installation until the Customer has rectified the situation).
• Check that the shaft entrances are closed suitably.
• Set up a materials storage area near the shaft that is easily accessible for the
installers and not exposed to the elements.
• Check that all of the conduits and holes for the electric cables are free, available for
inspection, and well finished.

B) MATERIALS UNLOADING AND STORAGE


• Ensure that the characteristics of the Control Panel (Type of panel, meters, start-
ups ...) correspond to what was ordered and what is listed on the order
confirmation.
• Check that all of the material needed for installation is available, according to the list
attached to the documents for the panel. The part numbers for the materials are
located on the bags that contain the parts and are called out in the installation
instructions in this manual.
• Check the status of all components and materials upon receipt on site in order to
identify any possible damages due to transport. Immediately notify SEA SYSTEMS
S.r.l. is there are any missing or damaged parts.
• Store the electric and electronic components in a dry cool place, in their original
packaging.
• If, for any reason, immediate installation of the plant is not possible, periodically
check on the stored components to avoid damages caused by extended storage
under unfavorable conditions.

C) SCAFFOLDING
• Use regulation scaffolding for the installation. The scaffolding must have work levels
at each stop, approximately 0.5 m lower than the floor.
CAUTION
Scaffolding made completely or partially from metal must be grounded and
comply with the current safety standards.

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B.5) Fastening Control panel


a) Mounting the panel in a traditional Machine Room
- Fasten the two supports to the upper and lower parts of the control panel.
- Fix the panel to the wall

b) Mounting the panel in a Machine Room Cabinet


- Fasten the two supports to the upper and lower parts of the control panel.
- Hook the panel on the upper guide at the bottom of the cabinet
- Fasten the panel to the lower guide at the bottom of the cabinet

c) Mounting the panel on MRL systems guides


- Fasten the two supports on the upper and lower parts of the control panel.
- Fasten the support plates to the system guides at a distance equal to the height of
the control panel.
- Hook the panel on the upper support plates fixed on the guide
- Fasten to the lower support plates fixed on the guide

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B.6) Connections for Pre-installation Operations


1. Check that the general mains switch of the Control panel (CP) is in the OFF position
2. Connect the tractor power line (L1, L2, L3), the pump motor (MC) the solenoid valves
(YD, YL, YP, YE), the temperature and pressure sensors (RT, STO, SPO1, SPO2,
SPO4) to the control panel as shown in the schematic diagram Dia. 2.6.1
3. Connect the use and installation button panel (p/n PBU01) to the control panel using
flexible cable No. 1 and the connection contained in kit PBU02 as shown in the
schematic diagram Dia. 2.6.2
4. Connect the connectors with the integrated bridges (p/n PBU02) according to the
schematic diagram Dia. 2.6.2 and based on they type of system:
- MRL System Æ Insert Connector XV6
- TR System (Reduced Head) Æ Insert Connector XV7
- FR System (Reduced Pit) Æ Insert Connector XV8
- Systems with GEV valve Æ Insert Connector XG1 (only during self-
tuning phase)
CAUTION
After the pre-installation operations all inserted connectors must be unplugged.
The connectors have bridges on the safeties.

5. Turn on the control panel using the general switch of the CP


6. Select the type of operation, Installation, using the PT01 keyboard (parameter 4.1)
7. Search by elimination for any eventual problems (see menu 1. Diagnostics)
8. Check the pump motor rotation

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Dia. B.6.1 Connections for Pre-installation Operations Schematic Diagram

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Dia. B.6.2 Connections for Pre-installation Operations Schematic Diagram

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B.7) In Shaft Mounting and Connections


B.7.1 SHAFT LINE (SHAFT UPRIGHT)
1. The shaft line is made up of a taped coil of colored or numbered wires, with insert connectors
and labeled for the panel side.
2. Fasten the shaft line conduit (p/n P-00060) using the provided plugs (p/n P-00075) near the
floor button panel, keeping it at most 1 m from the door.
If two operators, install the same conduit closest to the side with most services
NOTE
Insert the strap (p/n P-00074) in the plug (p/n P-00075) before fastening the
conduit. (Fig. 1).

3. Fasten the coil temporarily at the top of the shaft and lower it into the shaft from the top,
allowing it to descend along the side with the insert connectors, to the control panel. (Fig. 2)

Fig. 1 Fig. 2

4. Connect the connectors of the upright to the operations panel according to the installation
schematic diagrams.
5. Extend the coil starting from the panel side, fastening it with a few straps to the plugs that hold
the conduit until you reach the very top of the shaft.
CAUTION
If the cable is tool long when it reaches the top, cut the wires and isolate them
using electrical tape, or use the same connectors which were just removed.

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B.7.2. SHUNT CONNECTIONS TO THE SHAFT LINE


The shunt connections to the line (see the installation schematic diagram) must be performed
using the red connectors for 0,75 mm2 cables and blue connectors for 2,5 mm2 ground cables (p/n
P-00084, P-00085) following the sequence shown in Figure 3.

Fig. 3 – Sequence of operations for shunt connections to the shaft line

NOTE
In general, the equipment that requires shunt connections are:
- Overrun
- Floor button panels
- Alarm sirens
- Shaft stop...

B.7.3. SERIES CONNECTIONS TO THE SHAFT LINE


The series connections to the line (see the installation schematic diagram) must be performed
using the orange connectors following the sequence shown in Figure 6.
Pay particular attention to connect the last device of the series according to Figure 4, whereas the
first devices in the series should be connected according to Figure 5.

WIRE COLORS:

PINK

ORANGE

YELLOW / GREEN
Fig. 4 Fig. 5
Last Connection in the Series First Connection in the Series

NOTE
In general, the equipment that requires shunt connections are:
- Contacts for floor door open safety blocks

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Press the conductors between the rip-resistant clamps Position the lower and upper parts of the connector…

… and tighten using a wrench


Assembly of a male connector with a female connector

Open 3 pole female connector


sectioning blade
Sectioned L1 (phase) cable positioned in contact without pealing
Ground cable in contact without pealing

Fig. 6 – Sequence of operations for series connections to shaft line

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B.8) Cab Roof Mountings and Connections


B.8.1. MOUNTING THE CONNECTION BOX (BOX) AND MAKING FLEXIBLE CABLE CONNECTIONS
1. Attach the connection box using the screws provided
2. Bring the coils of flexible cables into the pit of the shaft
3. Connect the flexible cables (side where ground has eyelets) to the connectors of the cab box
according to the installation schematic diagrams and fasten them to the box using the ties
provided (p/n P-00074)
4. Fasten the flexible cables to the car using the cable-holder brackets supplied (p/n P-00089)
and the plugs (p/n P-00102) on the roof and bottom of the cab
5. Connect the flexible cables (side where grounds is without eyelets) of the operations panel
according to the installation schematic diagrams.
6. Fasten the wedge support bracket provided (p/n P-00086) in the shaft at approximately the
mid-point of the travel distance using the plugs supplied (p/n P-00102),
7. Fasten the flexible cables to the wedge support bracket in a position so that when the cab is at
the absolute end of run, the winds of the flexible cable do not touch the bottom of the shaft.
NOTE
To eliminate the problem of excess bagginess and winding of the flexible cables
in the shaft, move the wedge support bracket upwards.
Bear in mind that for every meter the wedge support bracket is raised, it
corresponds to approximately ½ meter of lifting of the cables below the cabin.

8. Check that the flexible cables are not knotted in the shaft. If they are, disconnect the
connectors to the operations panel, straighten them, and reconnect them.
9. Fasten a bracket provided (p/n P-00089) to the wall of the pit at the point in which the flexible
cables start to rise vertically along the shaft.

B.8.2. CONNECTIONS TO THE CABIN BUTTON PANEL AND THE DOOR OPERATOR
Connect the cabin button panel and the operator according to the installation schematic diagram.
NOTE
When it is necessary to use the conduit (p/n P-00087) to hold the cables on the
roof of the cab, fasten it to the roof using the screws provided (p/n P-00101).

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B.8.3. SHAFT WITHOUT ENCODER SENSORS MOUNTING AND CONNECTIONS

Description
The shaft houses the following sensors:
• Two timing devices (SRD, SRS) for the end floor speed change, toggle contacts
• A monostable contact (SIS) for stopping and speed changes when rising
• A monostable contact (SID) for stopping and speed changes during decent
• Two monostable contacts (SIZ1, SIZ2) for the safety circuit control

B) Installation
1. Mount the two bracketed shaft impulse generator kits (p/n PIV01 and PIV02) on the roof of
the cab as shown in the schematic diagram 2.8.3.1 shown below.

Dia. B.8.3.1- Sensor Mounting Schematic Diagram For Shaft Without Encoder

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2. Connect the impulse generators as shown in the installation schematic drawings


3. Set the operation mode to normal using menu 4.1.1 Service\Operation\Mode
.1 Mode..
Normal

4. Commutate the shunt of the Inspection button panel on the roof of the cab to the
maintenance mode.
5. Position the pair of magnets for the SRD and SRS timing devices according to the schematic
diagram Dia.2.8.3.2 at the distances from the end floors indicated in table Tab. 2.8.3.1 shown
below.
6. Position the magnetic strips for stopping and speed changes as shown in the schematic
diagram Dia. 2.8.3.2 and table Tab. 2.8.3.1;

Tab. 2.8.3.1 Speed Change Distances Recommended for Traditional Shaft and Valve 3010
Cabin Speed KS:Speed KD:Speed
(m/s) Change Distance Change Distance
When Rising When
(mm) Descending (mm)

0.01 ÷ 0.30 250 350


0.31 ÷ 0.40 350 450
0.41 ÷ 0.50 450 550
0.51 ÷ 0.60 600 700
0.61 ÷ 0.70 800 900
0.71 ÷ 0.80 1000 1100

7. Adjust the stop strips for intermediary floors so that the floor of the cab comes to the same
level of the floor threshold.
8. Should it be desirable to create a zone of non-detection during decent larger than that set by
the hysteresis of the monostable contacts, perform the following procedure:

Lower the IS contact strip to the space equal to that of non-detection desired. Adjust the
timing parameter 3.3.7 so that the cab again stops level with the floor
9. Adjust the stop strips for the other floors so that the cab floor reaches the floor threshold in a
level manner.

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Dia. B.8.3.2 Magnet Set-Up Overview for Shaft without Encoder

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B.8.4. SHAFT WITH ENCODER SENSOR MOUNTING AND CONNECTIONS

A) Description
The shaft houses the following sensors:
• Two timing devices (SRD, SRS) for the end floor speed change, toggle contacts
SRS also identifies the unblock zone of the lower end floor for emergency descents
• A monostable contact (SIM) for the floor zone information and encoder count check
• A monostable contact (SIZ) for the control of the second safety circuit channel; it uses the
same magnet as the SIM sensor
• Incremental encoder installed on the roof of the cab for speed change control, electronic
valve speed measurement, floor stop, and doors open/closed detection
The floor area, understood to be the space above and below the floor where it is possible to
perform detection with the doors open, is defined by a magnetic strip that works with the SIM and
SIZ sensors.

B) Installation
1. Mount the two bracketed shaft impulse generator kits (p/n PIV01 and PIV02) on the roof of
the cab as shown in the schematic diagram Dia. 2.8.4.1 shown below.

Dia. B.8.4.1- Sensor Fastening Schematic Diagram For Shaft With Encoder

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2. Connect the impulse generators as shown in the installation schematic drawings.


3. Set the operation mode to normal using menu 4.1.1 Service\Operation\Mode
.1 Mode..
Normal

4. Commutate the shunt of the Inspection button panel on the roof of the cab to the
maintenance mode.
5. Position the pair of magnets for the SRD and SRS timing devices according to the schematic
diagram Dia. 2.8.4.2 at the distances from the end floors indicated in table Tab. 2.8.4.1
shown below.
6. Position the magnetic strips correctly straddling each floor as shown in the schematic
diagram Dia. 2.8.4.2 (the diagram refers to a shaft with normal story heights, or >= 30 cm)
NOTE
It is necessary that they are positioned correctly, straddling the floor.
Errors of a few cm can be corrected by manual adjustments, however the reduce
the door open detection area in one of the two operation directions.

NOTE:Reduced Storey Height


Of the distance between two adjacent floors is < 30 cm, the storey height is
considered 'reduced'.
In this case, it the magnetic strips between the two floors must be continuous,
and menu 3.3.1 Set-up\Shaft Info\Distance Type must be set to Reduced.

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Dia. B.8.4.2 Magnet Set-Up Overview for Shaft with Encoder

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6. Perform the self-tuning of the car using menu 4.3.1 Service\Calibraion\Shaft\Encoder


.1 Shaft Self- Execute the shaft self-tuning operation.
tuning Press ENT to start the operation.
ENT = Start

7. The elevator will automatically perform the decent and rise maneuvers. The maneuver
diagnostics will be displayed as shown on the sample display below:

STS RD RS IM E The operations will be automatically performed in descent and ascent


• STS
Indicates the status of the maneuver execution:
0 = Test lowest floor
1 = Run up to highest floor
2 = Run down to lowest floor
ERR0 alarms in plant
ERR1 invalid shaft signal status for RS, RD, and IM
(RD=0, RS=0, IM=0 at lowest floor).
ERR2 = encoder count between two minor 50 mm strips
ERR3 = No. programmed stops different from No. magnetic
strips counted (also considering the programmed reduced
floors)
ERR4 = Magnetic strips, count when rising differs from count
when descending
ERR5 = Encoder count during rise different than decent run,
difference greater than 20 mm.
• RD
Indicates the Status of the decent timing device SRD:
0 = open
1 = closed
• RS
Indicates the Status of the rise timing device SRS:
0 = open
1 = closed
• IM
Indicates the Status of the SIM impulse generator
0 = open
1 = closed
• E
a variable number that indicates that the encoder is functioning.

The operation can be interrupted at any time using the ESC key

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8. At the end of the operation, the message 'End' will appear on the display if the shaft reading
has been performed correctly. Otherwise, under STS the type of error/anomaly found will be
indicated.
9. Pres ESC to end the shaft reading and exit the menu.
.1 Shaft Self- Operation finished correctly.
tuning Press ESC to exit.
Complete

NOTE
During this maneuver, all of the quotas relative the magnetic strips of the floors
are recorded. The threshold of the floor is set to half of the distance of the
measurement of the relative magnetic strip. Furthermore, the stopping space for
all of the floors has been measured and set both when rising and descending.

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C) Adjustment of Shaft with Encoder


1. Check that the values of the speed change space set in menu 3.3.5 Set-Up\Shaft
Info.\Speed Change are suitable for the plant speed with reference to table Tab. 2.8.4.1 or
2.8.4.2 shown below.
2. When stopped at each floor, confirm that there are no misalignments between the threshold
of the cab and that of the floor. If necessary, modify the relative quota of the floor using menu
3.3.2 Set-Up\Shaft Info.\Floor Threshold
3. If misalignments persist between decent and rise runs, adjust the value of the rise/decent
stop space on menus 3.3.3 and 3.3.4.
4. At the end of the operation, record the values using Menu 5, Save Data.

NOTE
If for any reason the timing device magnets or magnetic strips are moved, the
Shaft Self-Tuning must be repeated.

Tab. 2.8.4.1 Speed Change Distances Recommended for Shaft with Encoder and Valve 3010
Cabin Speed Parameter Parameter KRS: KRD:
(m/s) 3.3.5.1: 3.3.5.2::
Rise Timing Decent Timing
Speed Change Speed Change Device Magnet Device Magnet
Distance When Distance When Distance (mm) Distance (mm)
Rising (mm) Descending (mm)

0.01 ÷ 0.30 250 350 350 450


0.31 ÷ 0.40 350 450 450 550
0.41 ÷ 0.50 450 550 550 650
0.51 ÷ 0.60 600 700 700 800
0.61 ÷ 0.70 800 900 900 1000
0.71 ÷ 0.80 1000 1100 1100 1200

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Tab. B.8.4.2 Speed Change Space for Shaft with Encoder and GEV Valve
Cabin Speed Minimum Parameter 3.3.5.1 and KRS , KRD
(m/s) storey Parameter
Rise and Decent
height (m) 3.3.5.2:Speed Change
Timing Device
Space for Rise and
Magnet Distance
Decent (mm)
(mm)

0.20 0.58 290 390


0.25 0.66 320 420
0.30 0.73 360 460
0.35 0.80 400 500
0.40 0.88 440 540
0.45 1.20 580 680
0.50 1.30 620 720
0.55 1.40 670 770
0.60 1.73 840 940
0.65 1.85 900 1000
0.70 1.96 960 1060
0.75 2.40 1200 1300
0.80 2.52 1260 1360
0.85 2.65 1320 1420
0.90 2.75 1390 1490
0.95 2.90 1450 1550
1.00 3.00 1500 1600

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D) GEV valve Self-Tuning


When first installed and/or when a valve part is replaced, or if the STK3-EV01 board is replaced,
the valve must be calibrated using the self-tuning maneuver in menu 4.3.2
Service\Calibration\GEV Self-Tuning.
This maneuver can be performed in two plant operation modes:
• 4.1.1 Service\Operation\Mode : Installation
In this case, commutate the shunt on the installation button panel, close the oil shutter,
bridge XG1-XG2, and execute the command in menu 4.3.2 Service\Calibration\GEV
Self-Tuning

• 4.1.1 Service\Operation\Mode : Normal


In this case, make certain that the safeties are closed, close the oil shutter, bridge XG1-
XG2, and execute the command in menu 4.3.2 Service\Calibration\GEV Self-Tuning
In either case, a lifting movement will be controlled for approx. 40 seconds during which the valve
is calibrated.
At the end of the operation, save the parameters (Menu 5 Save Data), remove the XG1-XG2
bridge, and open the shutter.

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B.9) Connections to Panel and Power-on


1. Disconnect the Use-Installation button panel of the control panel.
2. Connect the flexible cables and the shaft lifting cable to the control panel according to
the installation schematic diagrams.
3. Connect the traction power line (L1, L2, L3), the pump motor (MC), the solenoid valves
(YD, YL, YP, YE), and the temperature and pressure sensors (RT, STO, SPO1, SPO2,
SPO4) to the control panel as shown in the installation schematic diagram.
NOTE
The items called out in point 3 should have already been connected during the
pre-installation phase as indicated in Paragraph 2.6 - Connections for Pre-
Installation Operations.

4. Turn on the panel and verify that the following LED turn on:
H1, H2, H2E, H7, H8, H10, H+24E, POWER;
5. Select the NORMAL type of operation using the PT01 keyboard (parameter 4.1).
6. Search and eliminate any eventual problems (see menu 1. Diagnostics).

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B.10) Isolation Test


Prior to performing the Isolation tests shown in the table below, perform the following
steps:
1 Stop the cab off floor
2 Remove power to the QFM motor power and QL light
3 Disconnect and insulate the earth wire from the power supply device AL01
4 Disconnect the pressure transducer
5 Disconnect the telephone line to the dialer.
Engine Safeties Cabin Continuous Indicators
FROM Power, lights door motor
1..10 OC, FS
Motors
L1,L,N OP02, OP03,
TO R,S,T, OP05, OP06,
U,V,W, OP07, OP08
U1,V1,W1
U2,V2,W2

U U U U U
Ground

Engine Power,
Motors
R,S,T, U,V,W,
U1,V1,W1
NO U U U U
U2,V2,W2

U U U
Safeties
1..10 NO NO

U U U
Alarms
+AL, -AL-, AL NO NO

U U NO U U
Cabin lights
L1, L, N

U U U U
Indicators
OC, FS NO
Safety Circuit
ID1, ID2, IS1,
IS2, IZ
U NO U NO U
U = Perform isolation test.

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B.11) Tests for Amendment A3 of EN81.2


B.11.1) INSTRUCTION TO CHECK THE IDENTIFICATION AND INTERRUPTION OF THE
UNINTENDED CAR MOVEMENT

NOTE
The Control panel STK3 identifies and interrupts the uncontrolled movement with
the safety circuit integrated in the STK3b board and put the lift out of order with
the alarm 88. To check this control follow the next instruction

1. Command the car to the second floor with doors closed


2. Open the door safety chain (clamp XV1.10 of the control panel)
3. Command the car downward with the parameter 4.2.6 of the programmer;
4. When the car goes out of the unlocking zone, the lift goes out of order with alarm
88;
5. Close the door safety chain (clamp XV1.10 of the control panel);
6. Command the car to the last floor but one with doors closed;
7. Repeat the operations between 2 and 7 (operation 3 with the parameter 4.2.6 for
upwards)

B.11.2) INSTRUCTION TO CHECK THE SELF-MONITORING OF HYDRAULIC VALVES NORMALLY


OPERATING

NOTE
The Control panel STK3 monitors the two valves once a day after the automatic
dispatch to the lowest floor. The operation checks separately each valve is
closed. If during the check a second re-leveling occurs, the valve is considered
broken and the lift goes out of service with alarm 81.

1. Turn off and turn on the control panel (QFM switch for MR lifts or SFMR for MRL
lifts);
2. Set the time for the automatic dispatch to the lowest floor, to 1’ (parameter 3.8.4 of
the programmer);
3. Command the car to the second floor;
4. When the car goes to the lowest floor, keep active mechanically/electrically the
valve YD (VMD);
5. The car re-leveling twice. At the second re-leveling the lift goes out of service with
alarm 81.
6. Reset the alarm 81 with SW switch on the board or with the parameter 1.4 of
programmer.
7. Repeat the operations between and 6 (at the operation 3 keep active the YD1
(DLV);
8. Set the time for the automatic dispatch to the lowest floor, to 15’ (parameter 3.8.4 of
the programmer)

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C) programming and diagnostics

C.1) Characteristics of the PT01 Programmer


The system is programmed and diagnosed using the PT01 programmer, which has the following
specification:
• 2 row x 16 character, LCD alphanumeric display, backlit
• 4 keys for paging through the menus and sub-menus to change parameter values.
• Standard removable connection cable, RJ45 direct (not crossed), max. length 10 m.
• Direct connection to the base board or to the Remote Button panel without power switch.

X12

STK3-B Board
or
Remote Button Panel

C.2) Wait Connection and mode


When the connection is performed, the background of the display illuminates and the following
message is displayed:

STK3-GMV10
Vxx.x Ryy.y

Where xx.x and yy.y are the numbers relative to the Version and Release of the firmware installed
on then STK3-B board of the operations panel.
At this point the programmer will be in stand-by mode and ready for use.

NOTE
If the message does not appear, disconnect and reconnect the programmer.

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C.3) Programmer Parameters and Use


The information relative to the configuration of the plant and its diagnostics is organized in
parameters which are identified in menus and submenus.
The programmer works in two separate modes:
• Parameter Selection
The keys perform the operations to reach a specific parameter
• Modify Parameter
The keys perform the operations needed to modify the value of the selected parameter
There are two types of parameters:
• List Parameter
Parameters where the value can be selected from a set of possible values
• Numerical Parameters
Parameters represented by a numerical value

Key Functions:
Modify Parameter
Symbol Parameter Selection
List Numerical
ESC Move the cursor one position
Annul the change and return
Return the next higher level menu to the right
Ö to selection
Page upwards through the menu
× Shows the previous menu item
Shows the previous element Increases the numerical value
Page downwards through the
Decreases the numerical
Ø menu
Shows the next menu item
Shows the next element
value
Activates the selected item: End editing.
If it is a menu, the menu is opened Accept the selection made If the value inserted is not
ENT If it is a parameter, it goes to the and return to selection valid, the cursor will be shown
mode for modification again.

NOTE
For some parameters the keys perform special functions which are described in the
explanations for the specific parameters.
The 1. Diagnostics menu parameters are only readable, with the exception of the
alarm reset parameter.
For safety reasons, the 2. Configuration menu parameters can only be modified
with the FA valve disconnected; however they can be read at any time.

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C.4) Identification and Access

STK3-GMV 10 Firmware installed:


Vxx.x Ryy.y Vxx.x : Version Number
Ã Ä Ryy.y : Release Number

STK3-GMV 10 Serial number of the base board GMV 10


S/N:xxxxxxxx

à Ä

STK3-GMV 10 Insert Customer Code


PIN: *****

C.5) Level of Access

Paragraph to be finalized

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C.6) Parameters
1. Diagnostics

1.1 Oper. Status Displays the current operation


Normal status:
• Normal Operation • Inspection
• Installation • Fireman
Ã Ä • Emergency • Reserved
• Out of Service • Preferential

1.2 Position Displays the position of the cab and the door status:
NN zone <|> >|< 1 Indicates the position of the cab, 01…12. If it has not been already
rephased the following is displayed: -- Not Rephased
1 2 3 4
2 indicates if the cabin is in floor zone, above or below the floor
indicated
Ã Ä 3 indicates the status of the door 1, <|> means open, >|< means
closed
4 indicates the status of door 2, <|> means open, >|< means closed

1.3 Alarms Display of the currently active alarms


Press ENT to access the list
Each alarm is identified by a code described in the Alarm code Table
à Ä

1.4 Reset Permanent elimination of the alarms.


Alarms Press ENT, confirmation for elimination will be requested.
If after the elimination of the alarms, other alarms appear in parameter
Ã Ä 1.3, it means that these alarms are still active.

1.5 Alarm History Display the last 16 alarm codes recorded. Press ENT to access the list
The alarms are displayed in the format xxx:yy, where:
xxx = alarm code and yy = number of consecutive times
à Ä

1.6 Voltage 24 V Displays the current value of the voltage feed to the board.
xx.x V DC

à Ä

1.7 Room Temp. Displays the current room temperature measured by the board.
xx °C

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1.8 Diagnostics\Transducers
1.8.1 Oil Temp. Displays the current value of the oil plant temperature
xx °C
à Ä

1.8.2 Oil Pres. Displays the current value of the piston oil pressure
xx.x bar Parameter only active if a pressure transducer is installed.
à Ä

1.8.3 Encoder Real time view of cab position and speed.


xxxxxmm x.xm/s This position is only valid after the timing is reset.

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1.9 Diagnostics\Inputs-Outputs
RD RS ID IS CS M Displays the status of the floor indicators and safety circuit
0 0 0 0 0 0 • RD, RS Ascent and Descent re-phase
• ID, IS Stop/Change speed impulse
When Shaft Encoder is selected, they display that equivalent
state of the stop contacts on the contact shaft.
Ã Ä • CS, status of the door safety circuit
• M, status of the IM impulse, used only with encoder shafts
0= Open Contact, 1= Closed Contact

H10 8 7 5 2E 2 1 Displays the status of the safety chain indicators to the board terminals:
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10,8,7,5,2E,2,1
0= Open Contact, 1= Closed Contact
à Ä

IP.. 987654321 Displays the status of the input signals


000000000 IP9…IP1.
0= Open Contact, 1= Closed Contact
à Ä

HC.. 87654321 Displays the status of the input signals


00000000 8(X9.3), 7(X9.4), 6(HC6), 5(HC5), 4(HC4), 3(HC3), 2(HC2), 1(HC1)
0= Open Contact, 1= Closed Contact
à Ä

FA1 FC1 FA2 FC2 Displays the status of the door limit switch input signals: FA1,
0 0 0 0 FC1, FA2, and FC2.
0= Open Contact, 1= Closed Contact
à Ä

CM1 CM2 FT1 FT2 Displays the status of the input signals relative to the safety device and
0 0 0 0 door photocell:
CM1, CM2, FT1, and FT2.
Ã Ä 0= Open Contact, 1= Closed Contact

MR PA1 PA2 PCP Displays the status of the Cabin Button Panel input signals
0 0 0 0 MR Reserved Operation Key
PA1, Open Door 1 Button
PA2, Open Door 2 Button
Ã Ä PCP; Close Door Button
0= Open Contact, 1= Closed Contact

E.. 210987654321 Displays the status of the floor call input signals E12…E1.
000000000000 0= Open Contact, 1= Closed Contact
à Ä

ES. 432109876543 Displays the status of the floor call input signals E24…E13, Call
000000000000 Expansion
0= Open Contact, 1= Closed Contact
à Ä

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IA. 210987654321 Displays the status of the Cabin 1 Button Panel call input signals
000000000000 I12…I1
0= Open Contact, 1= Closed Contact
à Ä

IB. 210987654321 Displays the status of the Cabin 2 Button Panel call input signals
000000000000 I12…I1
0= Open Contact, 1= Closed Contact
à Ä

OUT 210987654321 Displays the status of the output relay commands on the STK3-B board
000000000000 K12,K11,K10,K9…K1
0= Relay at rest, 1= Relay excited
à Ä

BUTTON PANEL Displays the communication status with the Cabin 1 Button Panel
CAB.1 OK, correct connection
OK XX XX XX XX --, no connection
The numbers XX must be communicated to the Technical Service if
Ã Ä requested.

BUTTON PANEL Displays the communication status with the Cabin 2 Button Panel
CAB.2 OK, correct connection
OK XX XX XX XX --, no connection
The numbers XX must be communicated to the Technical Service if
Ã Ä requested.

EXPANSION CH.1 Display communication status with Call Expansion (EC01)


OK XX XX XX XX OK, correct connection
--, no connection
Ã Ä The numbers XX must be communicated to the Technical Service if
requested.

EXPANSION IN.1 Display communication status with Input Expansion 1


OK XX XX XX XX OK, correct connection
--, no connection
The numbers XX must be communicated to the Technical Service if
requested.

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1.10 Diagnostics\Counters
1.10.1 Start Asc. Displays the number of ascent starts performed
nnnn0 The count is updated every 10 starts.
The count cannot be reset
à Ä

1.10.2 Start Dec. Displays the number of descent starts performed


nnnn0 The count is updated every 10 starts.
The count cannot be reset
à Ä

1.10.3 Read. A. Displays the maximum number of ascent to floor readings performed.
nn The count cannot be reset
à Ä

1.10.4 Read. D. Displays the maximum number of descents to floor readings performed.
nn The count cannot be reset
à Ä

1.10.5 Read. D. Displays the number of emergency descents performed


nn The count cannot be reset

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2. Configuration
This menu allows the definition of the plant characteristics which will be detailed on an operative
level in menu 3. Set-up.
2.1 Hydraulic Plant:
Plant • Hydraulic
• Cable
Ã Ä The selection made will condition the successive displays.
Currently only the hydraulic type is defined

2.2 Direct Start- Start-up


up • Direct • Soft Starter
• Star / Delta • SCC
à Ä

2.3 Valve 3010 Valve: • NGV01


• 3010 • NGV01-DLV-A3
• 3010-2CH • NGV-A3
• • GEV
Ã Ä 3010-DLV-A3
• GEV-DLV-A3
• 3010-A3

2.4 Transducer Sensor of pressure


Pressures • transducer, obligatory for GEV valve
• pressure gauge
à Ä

2.5 Type of MR Machine room:


• MR, with machine room
• MR, without machine room
à Ä

2.6 Shaft Head Headroom:


Standard • Standard
• Reduced, EN 81.21
à Ä

2.7 Shaft Pit Pit:


Standard • Standard
• Reduced, EN 81.21
à Ä

2.8 Operator 1 1° Door Operator (Side A9:


Victory • Victory
• Fermator
Ã Ä • Standard Three-phase

2.9 Operator 2 2° Door Operator (Side B):


Victory • Victory
• Fermator
Ã Ä • Standard Three-phase

2.10 No. Stops Number of Stops:


12 2…12

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à Ä

2.11 Universal Operation:


Operation • Universal, APB
• Simplex Descent
Ã Ä • Simplex Ascent/Descent

2.12 Shaft Type Shaft informer:


Contacts • With contacts
• Encoder

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3. Set-up
The menu 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 change according to the menu 2.3, 2.4 and 2.5.

3.1 Settings \ Valve 3010


This menu is displayed if the parameter 2.3 is set like 3010

.1 Inspect. speed Inspection operation speed:


Low • Low speed
• High speed
à Ä
.2 Soft Stop Delay time to activate and deactivate VMP valve (Soft Stop) (range
x.x s 0.0…3.0s)

3.1 Settings \ Valve 3010-2CH


This menu is displayed if the parameter 2.3 is set like 3010-2CH

.1 Inspect. speed Inspection operation speed:


Low • Low speed
• High speed
à Ä
.2 Soft Stop Delay time to activate and deactivate VMP valve (Soft Stop) (range
x.x s 0.0…3.0s)

3.1 Settings \ Valve 3010-DLV-A3


This menu is displayed if the parameter 2.3 is set like 3010-DLV-A3

.1 Inspect. speed Inspection operation speed:


Low • Low speed
• High speed
à Ä
.2 Soft Stop Delay time to activate and deactivate VMP valve (Soft Stop) (range
x.x s 0.0…3.0s)
à Ä
.3 DLV-VMD Test Activation Time to check the valves DLV and VMD during the monitoring
xx s according to Amendment A3 (range 3…10 s)

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3.1 Settings \ Valve 3010-A3


This menu is displayed if the parameter 2.3 is set like 3010-A3

.1 Inspect. speed Inspection operation speed:


Low • Low speed
• High speed
à Ä
.2 Soft Stop Delay time to activate and deactivate VMP valve (Soft Stop) (range
x.x s 0.0…3.0s)
à Ä
.3 DLV on > VMD on Advance time to activate the door block valve DLV (range 0.2…3.0 s)
xx s

à Ä
.4 VMD off > DLV off Delay time to deactivate the door block valve DLV (range 0.2…3.0 s)
xx s

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3.1 Settings \ Valve NGV


This menu is displayed if the parameter 2.3 is set like NGV01

.1 Soft Stop Delay time to activate and deactivate VMP valve (Soft Stop) (range
x.x s 0.0…3.0s)

3.1 Settings \ Valve NGV-DLV-A3


This menu is displayed if the parameter 2.3 is set like NGV01-DLV-A3

.1 Soft Stop Delay time to activate and deactivate VMP valve (Soft Stop) (range
x.x s 0.0…3.0s)
à Ä
.2 DLV-VMD Test Activation Time to check the valves DLV and VMD during the
xx s monitoring according to Amendment A3 (range 3…10 s)

3.1 Settings \ Valve NGV-A3


This menu is displayed if the parameter 2.3 is set like NGV01-A3

.1 Run <-> Ready Delay time to detect the failure of NGVA3 (range 2…5 s)
xx s

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3.1 Settings \Valve GEV


This menu is displayed if the parameter 2.3 is set like GEV

3.1.1 Settings \ Valve GEV \ Ascent


.1 Ascent Nominal ascent speed (range 0.2…1.00 m/s)
Nom Speed:x.xx
m/s
à Ä
.2 Int. Ascent Correction of the intermediate ascent speed (range +20…+99)
Offset:±xx% STK3 automatically calculates the value of the speed during the runs
between neighboring floors.
This parameter allows the calculated speed to be modified in
percentages.
à Ä
.3 Lev. Speed Ascending leveling speed. (range 0.04…0.20 m/s)
Ascent:0.xx m/s

à Ä
.4 Insp. Speed Ascending inspection speed (range 0.2…0.63 m/s)
Ascent:0.xx m/s

à Ä
.5 Ascent Ascending inspection speed during installation (range 01..99% of the
Offset Vinsp:xx% inspection speed 3.1.1.4)
à Ä
.6 Ascent Ascent Acceleration
Normal Acc. • Slow Acc.
• Normal Acc.
• Fast Acc.
à Ä
.7 Ascent Ascent deceleration
Normal Decel. • Slow Decel.
• Normal Decel.
• Fast Decel.
à Ä
.8 Ascent Soft Stop
Soft Stop Normal • Soft Stop Slow
• Soft Stop Normal
• Soft Stop Fast
à Ä
.9 Ascent Soft Stop time at the end of operation in ascend (range 0.2…3.0 s)
t. Soft S.:x.x s

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3.1.2 Settings \ Valve GEV \ Descent


.1 Descent Nominal descent speed (range 0.2…1.00 m/s)
Nom Speed:x.xx
m/s
à Ä
.2 Int. Descent Correction of the intermediate descent speed (range +20 … +99)
Offset :±xx% STK3 automatically calculates the value of the speed during the runs
between neighboring floors.
This parameter allows the calculated speed to be modified in
percentages.
à Ä
.3 Descent Descending leveling speed. (range 0.04…0.20 m/s)
Lev. Speed:0.xx
m/s
à Ä
.4 Descent Descending inspection speed (range 0.2…0.63 m/s)
Insp. Speed:0.xx
m/s
à Ä
.5 Descent Descending inspection speed during installation (range 01..99% of the
Vinsp Offset:xx% inspection speed 3.1.2.4)
à Ä
.6 Descent Descent acceleration
Normal Acc. • Slow Acc.
• Normal Acc.
• Fast Acc.
à Ä
.7 Descent Descent deceleration
Normal Decel. • Slow Decel.
• Normal Decel.
• Fast Decel.

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3.1.3 Settings \ Valve GEV \ Gains


.1 Gain Gain P (range 0…9, standard set-point= 4)
P: x Adjusts the response speed of the adjustment Increase if the plant is
low, decrease if the plant tends to vibrate
à Ä
.2 Gain Gain I (range 0…9, standard set-point= 0)
I: x Adjusts the response speed of the adjustment Increase if the plant is
elastic, decrease if it is slow
à Ä
.3 Gain Gain S (range 0…9, standard set-point= 4)
S: x Adjusts the departure response speed Increase if slow starting,
decrease if it jerks when starting
à Ä
.4 Ratio Cab/piston run ration and piston length
1:1 short • 1:1 short
• 1:1 long
• 2:1 short
• 2:1 long
à Ä
.5 Reset Gains Reset the GEV adjustment gains to the standard values

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3.1 Settings \Valve GEV-DLV


This menu is displayed if the parameter 2.3 is set like GEV

3.1.1 Settings \ Valve GEV-DLV \ Ascent


.1 Ascent Nominal ascent speed (range 0.2…1.00 m/s)
Nom Speed:x.xx
m/s
à Ä
.2 Int. Ascent Correction of the intermediate ascent speed (range +20…+99)
Offset:±xx% STK3 automatically calculates the value of the speed during the runs
between neighboring floors.
This parameter allows the calculated speed to be modified in
percentages.
à Ä
.3 Lev. Speed Ascending leveling speed. (range 0.04…0.20 m/s)
Ascent:0.xx m/s

à Ä
.4 Insp. Speed Ascending inspection speed (range 0.2…0.63 m/s)
Ascent:0.xx m/s

à Ä
.5 Ascent Ascending inspection speed during installation (range 01..99% of the
Offset Vinsp:xx% inspection speed 3.1.1.4)
à Ä
.6 Ascent Ascent Acceleration
Normal Acc. • Slow Acc.
• Normal Acc.
• Fast Acc.
à Ä
.7 Ascent Ascent deceleration
Normal Decel. • Slow Decel.
• Normal Decel.
• Fast Decel.
à Ä
.8 Ascent Soft Stop
Soft Stop Normal • Soft Stop Slow
• Soft Stop Normal
• Soft Stop Fast
à Ä
.9 Ascent Soft Stop time at the end of operation in ascend (range 0.2…3.0 s)
t. Soft S.:x.x s

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3.1.2 Settings \ Valve GEV-DLV \ Descent


.1 Descent Nominal descent speed (range 0.2…1.00 m/s)
Nom Speed:x.xx
m/s
à Ä
.2 Int. Descent Correction of the intermediate descent speed (range +20 … +99)
Offset :±xx% STK3 automatically calculates the value of the speed during the runs
between neighboring floors.
This parameter allows the calculated speed to be modified in
percentages.
à Ä
.3 Descent Descending leveling speed. (range 0.04…0.20 m/s)
Lev. Speed:0.xx
m/s
à Ä
.4 Descent Descending inspection speed (range 0.2…0.63 m/s)
Insp. Speed:0.xx
m/s
à Ä
.5 Descent Descending inspection speed during installation (range 01..99% of the
Vinsp Offset:xx% inspection speed 3.1.2.4)
à Ä
.6 Descent Descent acceleration
Normal Acc. • Slow Acc.
• Normal Acc.
• Fast Acc.
à Ä
.7 Descent Descent deceleration
Normal Decel. • Slow Decel.
• Normal Decel.
• Fast Decel.

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3.1.3 Settings \ Valve GEV-DLV \ Gains


.1 Gain Gain P (range 0…9, standard set-point= 4)
P: x Adjusts the response speed of the adjustment Increase if the plant is
low, decrease if the plant tends to vibrate
à Ä
.2 Gain Gain I (range 0…9, standard set-point= 0)
I: x Adjusts the response speed of the adjustment Increase if the plant is
elastic, decrease if it is slow
à Ä
.3 Gain Gain S (range 0…9, standard set-point= 4)
S: x Adjusts the departure response speed Increase if slow starting,
decrease if it jerks when starting
à Ä
.4 Ratio Cab/piston run ration and piston length
1:1 short • 1:1 short
• 1:1 long
• 2:1 short
• 2:1 long
à Ä
.5 Reset Gains Reset the GEV adjustment gains to the standard values

3.1.4 Settings \ Valve GEV-DLV \ DLV-VMD Test


.1 DLV-VMD Test Activation Time to check the valves DLV and VMD during the
xx s monitoring according to Amendment A3 (range 3…10 s)

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3.2 Set-up\Pressures (with pressure transducer)


The display of menu 3.2 is conditioned by the method selected for the pressure control, parameter
2.4.
The pressure transducer is obligatory if the GEV valve is used.
.1 Static min. Minimum plant static pressure (range 12.0…45.0 bar)
xx.x bar

à Ä
2 Static max. Maximum static pressure (range 12.0…45.0 bar)
xx.x bar

à Ä
.3 Minimum Minimum plant pressure (range 05.0 … 45.0 bar)
xx.x bar

à Ä
.4 Maximum Maximum plant pressure (range 12.0…65.0 bar)
xx.x bar

à Ä
5 Full Load Full Load Pressure (range 12.0…45.0 bar)
xx.x bar

à Ä
.6 Overload Overload Pressure (range 12.0…45.0 bar)
xx.x bar

3.2 Set-up\Pressures (with pressure gauges)


.1 Minimum Minimum pressure gauge
not called for • Not called for
• NA contact
• NC contact
à Ä
.2 Full Load Full Load pressure gauge
not called for • Not called for
• NA contact
• NC contact
à Ä
3 Overload Overload pressure gauge
not called for • Not called for
• NA contact
• NC contact
à Ä
4 Maximum Maximum pressure gauge
not called for • Not called for
• NA contact
• NC contact

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3.3 Set-Up\Shaft Info (Shaft with Contacts without Encoder)


This menu is displayed if the parameter 2.12 is like contact
Installation of Shaft sensors
Follow the Diagram 2.8.3.2 to install the shaft sensor system without encoder

Application limit to install the shaft sensors without encoder


Should the storey height be less than Kd + 215 mm, the shaft with only contact cannot be
used and it is necessary to use a shaft with encoder.

3.3.1. Set-up\Info. Shaft\Distance Type


Floors 01 <> 02 Inter-floor distance:
Normal • Normal. When the between floor distance is > Ks + Kd
… … • Short (*). When the inter-floor distance is < (Ks + Kd) and > (Kd
Ã Ä + 215 mm)
… … Where:
Floors 11 <> 12 Ks = Speed Change Distance When Rising
Normal Kd = Speed Change Distance When Descending

(*) Short Inter-floor distance


If the inter-floor is 'short', the speed change strips must be positioned in an inverted
sequence compared to the sequence for normal storey heights, and the space between
them must be greater than 100 mm.

3.3.2. Set-up\Info. Shaft\Door Opening


.1 Enabled Enable advance opening of the door when arriving on floor:
NO • NO
• YES
à Ä
.2 Delay Delay time for activating closure of the door. The timer starts when the
x.x s safety circuit closes (range 0 to 3.0 s)

3.3.3. Set-up\Info.Shaft\Leveling
1 Delay Delay time for stopping upwards (range 0.0…3.0).
x.x s The timer starts when SIS closes.
Serves to create a neutral rise zone (zone of non-detection) larger than
that set by the hysteresis of the monostable contacts.

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3.3 Set-Up\Shaft Info (Shaft with Encoder)


Installation of Shaft sensors
Follow the Diagram 2.8.4.2 to install the shaft sensor system with encoder

3.3.1 Set-up\Info. Shaft\Distance Type


Floors 01 <> 02 Inter-floor:
Normal
… … • Normal. When the inter-floor distance is > 30 cm
Ã Ä • Close. When the inter-floor distance is < 30 cm
… …
Floors 11 <> 12
Normal

3.3.2 Set-up\Info. Shaft\Floor threshold


2 Floor Threshold Floor Threshold
Floor 01:xxxxx mm It is automatically calculated during the automatic reading of the shaft.
… … Set-up to be performed after automatic reading of shaft.
à Ä
… …
2 Floor Threshold
Floor 12:xxxxx mm

3.3.3 Set-up\Info. Shaft\Ascent Stop


3 Ascent Stop Ascent stop (range 0…63)
Floor 01: xx mm Set the quota referring to the floor threshold corresponding to the
… … ascent stop command.
It is automatically calculated during the automatic reading of the shaft.
Ã Ä Set-up to be performed after automatic reading of shaft.
… …
3 Ascent Stop
Floor 12: xx mm

3.3.4 Set-up\Info. Shaft\Descent Stop


4 Descent Stop Descent stop (range 0…9)
Floor 01: xx mm Set the quota referring to the floor threshold corresponding to the
… … ascent stop command.
It is automatically calculated during the automatic reading of the shaft.
Ã Ä Set-up to be performed after automatic reading of shaft.
… …
4 Descent Stop
Floor 12: xx mm

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3.3.5 Set-up\Info. Shaft\Speed Changes (with valve GEV and 3010)


.1 Ascent Speed change distance referred to the nominal ascent speed
xxxx mm (range 300…2000 mm).
Ã Ä See the tab. B.8.4.1 and b.8.4.2

.2 Descent Speed change distance referred to the nominal descent speed


xxxx mm (range 300…2000 mm).
See the tab. B.8.4.1 and b.8.4.2

3.3.5 Settings \ Low. Comp.\Speed changes (with valve NGV)


.1 Ascent V0 Speed change distance referred to the nominal ascent speed.
xxxx mm (range 300…2000 mm)
à Ä

.2 Ascent V1 Speed change distance referred to the intermediate ascent speed.


xxxx mm (range 200…2000 mm)
à Ä

.3 Descent V0 Speed change distance referred to the nominal descent speed.


xxxx mm (range 300…2000 mm)
à Ä

.4 Descent V1 Speed change distance referred to the intermediate descent speed.


xxxx mm (range 200…2000 mm)
à Ä

3.3.6 Settings \Info. Shaft\Door Opening


.1 Enabled Enable advance opening of the door when arriving on floor:
NO • NO
Ã Ä • YES
.2 for floor Distance from the stopping floor where the advance door opening starts
xxx mm (range 0…120 mm)

3.3.7 Settings \Info. Shaft\Leveling


.1 Ascent Up re-leveling distance (range 5…100 mm)
xxxx mm
à Ä
.2 Descent Down re-leveling distance (range 5…100 mm)
xxxx mm

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3.4 Settings \Floors


3.4.1 Settings \Floors\Main
.1 Floor Main Floor
xx

3.4.2 Settings \Floors\Firemen


.1 Floor 1 Main Fireman Floor. Stopping and side for opening
xx

à Ä
.2 Floor 2 Second Main Fireman Floor. Stopping and side for opening
xx

3.4.3 Settings \Floors\Parking


.1 Floor Cab park floor. Set the value to 0 to deactivate the return.
xx
à Ä
.2 Delay Delay time to the cab park floor after the busy time (range 30…255 s)
xxx s

3.4.4 Settings \Floors\Priority


.1 Floor Destination floor for the Priority operation.
xx

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3.5 Services
3.5.1 Settings \ Services \ Reset
.1 Reset? ESC: Return to the previous menu
ESC=NO ENT: Resets the menu 3.5.2, 3.5.3, 3.5.4, .5.5, 3.5.6 with default values
ENT=YES

3.5.2 Settings \Service\Cab


.1 Input: I1 Call Inputs in the car
Internal xx y For each input it is necessary to set the floor number and the side
… … where the doors open
Scroll the list up to display the desired input
Ã Ä Press ENT to change the value
… …
12 Input: I12 xx = Floor number (range 1…12)
Internal xx y y = Door opening side (range: A, B)

3.5.3 Settings \Services\ External Base


.1 Input: E1 Call Inputs at the landings
External xx y For each input it is necessary to set the floor number and the side
… … where the doors open
Scroll the list up to display the desired input
Ã Ä Press ENT to change the value
… …
.12 Input: E12 xx = Floor number (range 1…12)
External xx y y = Door opening side (range: A, B)

3.5.4 Settings \ Services \ External Expansion


.1 Input: E13 Call Inputs at the landings
External xx y For each input it is necessary to set the floor number and the side
… … where the doors open
Scroll the list up to display the desired input
Ã Ä Press ENT to change the value
… …
.12 Input: E24 xx = Floor number (range 1…12)
External xx y y = Door opening side (range: A, B)

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3.5.5 Settings \ Services \ Emergency


.1 Service Select the door opening side at the lowest landing in emergency
Side A operation
• Side A
• Side B
• Both

3.5.6 Settings \ Services \ Opening stop


Floor 01 Side A Door state with two accesses at the same landing:
Open • Open
… … • Closed
Ã Ä • Open, Selective open if two on
• Closed, Selective open if two on
… …
• Open, Contemporary open if two accesses
Floor 12 Side B
• Closed, Contemporary open if two accesses
Open

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3.6 Settings \ Indicators


3.6.1 Settings \ Indicators \ Display
.1 Display Signallings on the display in the car and at the landing
Floor 01: 01
… …
à Ä
… …
.1 Display
Floor 12: 2b

3.6.2 Settings \ Indicators\ Gong


.1 Mode. Gong signaling:
Cab, Stop • Off
• Cabin, Stop
• Cabin, Change v.
• Always, stopped
• Always, Change v.

3.6.3 Settings \ Indicators \ FS - OC


.1 Mode.. Output functions FS, OC:
Out. S. - • Out. S. – occupied: (FS= Out of service, OC= Busy)
occupied • Direction arrows: (FS=Up direction, FD=Down direction)

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3.7 Settings \Alarms


.1 Room Max Room Temperature
Temperature: xx ºC If the temperature overcomes the setting, it signals the alarm 306
If the setting is 00, the alarm is disabled
à Ä

.2 On floor Max re-levellings at the landing (range 0…99)


readings max: xx If the count overcomes the setting, it signals the alarm 004
If the setting is 00, the alarm is disabled
à Ä

.3 Timer max. Maximum time of a run between two landings (range20…255 s)


Run: If the time overcomes the setting, it signals the alarm 001
If the setting is 00, the alarm is disabled
à Ä

.4 Low Speed Timer: Maximum time of a journey in slow speed (range20…255 s)


xxx s If the time overcomes the setting, it signals the alarm 002
If the setting is 00, the alarm is disabled
à Ä

.5 Max Occupied Maximum engaged time at landing (range20…255 s)


Timer: xxx s

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3.8 Settings \Timer


3.8.1 Stopping Stopping time at landing after the doors open (engaged time) (range
Timer 3…25s)
: xx s It is reset by a command in the car and by the door closing button with
Ã Ä recorded command

3.8.2 Photocell Stopping time at landing after the activation of door photocell during door
Stop Timer: x.x s closure for a departure. (range 0…25 s)
à Ä
Star—Delta Start-up Soft Starter Start-up SCC Start-up
3.8.3 Star Timer: 3.8.3 S. Starter 3.8.3 SCC Timer: start-up time (range 0.2…9.9 s)
x.x s Timer: x.x s x.x s

à Ä

3.8.4 Return Waiting time before the returning to the lowest landing (1…15s)
Timer
15 min.:xx min.
à Ä

3.8.5 Door 1 Maximum time allowed for the operation of the door prior to the intervention
Timer max:xx s of the Open/Close limit switch of the 1° operator (range 0…25 s)
à Ä

3.8.6 Door 2 Maximum time allowed for the operation of the door prior to the intervention
Timer max:xx s of the Open/Close limit switch of the 2° operator (range 0…25 s)

3.9 Settings \Set


.1 Set? ESC: Return to the previous menu
ESC=NO ENT=YES ENT: the functions are automatically linked to the inputs (menu 4.4.1) and to
the outputs (menu 4.4.2) according to the parameters set in the menu 2 and
3
If it is necessary to link manually the inputs and outputs, link the input
functions of the tab. F5 to the menu 4.4.1 and link the output functions of the
tab. F6 to the menu 4.4.2

To reset the inputs and outputs with the default functions, use the menu
4.4.4 or the menu 4.4.5

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4 Service
4.1 Service\Functioning
.1 Mode. Lift operations:
Normal • Normal
• Installation

4.2 Service\Commands and Test


.1 Calls Calls to the ultimate landings:
None • None
• Lowermost Floor
Ã Ä • Uppermost Floor
During execution of a journey it is displayed the message operating..
. .2 Auto Calls Automatic calls
None • None: Deactivates automatic execution
• Ends: Calls to the ultimate landings are performed continuously
• All: Calls to each landing are performed continuously
à Ä
To perform the calls, the Parking Floor timing is used, menu 3.4.3.2.
.3 Door 1 (A) Commands to close and open the door at side A
ENT = Activate When this function is active, the elevator does not respond to the
floor/cabin calls
ENT: actives the following commands:
ESC = to exit
à Ä
à = to open
Ä = to close
.4 Door 2 (B) Commands to close and open the door at side B
ENT = Activate When this function is active, the elevator does not respond to the
floor/cabin calls
ENT: actives the following commands:
Ã Ä ESC = to exit
à = to open
Ä = to close
.5 Operation Commands to move the car upwards and downwards
ENT = Activate When this function is active, the elevator does not respond to the
floor/cabin calls
ENT: actives the following commands:
ESC = to exit
à Ä
à = to go upwards
Ä = to go downwards
.6 Mov. Test A3 Commands to move the car upwards and downwards to test the
ENT = Activate unintended car movement (A3 Amendment)
When this function is active, the elevator does not respond to the
floor/cabin calls.
Follow the instruction at the paragraph B.11.1
ENT: actives the following commands:
ESC = to exit
à = to go u pwards
Ä = to go downwards

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4.3 Service \ Taring


4.3.1 Service \ Taring \ Shaft Encoder
This function is only enabled if the shaft with encoder type has been selected in parameter 2.12. Otherwise
the following message will be displayed: Not required!
This operation must

.1 Shaft Self- Execute the shaft self-tuning operation.


tuning Press ENT to start the operation.
ENT = Start

STS RD RS IM E The operations will be automatically performed in descent and ascent


STS
Indicates the status of the maneuver execution:
0 = Test lowest floor
1 = Run up to highest floor
2 = Run down to lowest floor
ERR0 alarms in plant (See menus 1.3 and 1.5)
ERR1 invalid shaft signal status for RS, RD, and IM
(RD=0, RS=0, IM=0 at lowest floor).
ERR2 = encoder count between two minor 50 mm strips
ERR3 = No. programmed stops different from No. magnetic
strips counted (also considering the programmed reduced floors)
ERR4 = Magnetic strips, count when rising differs from count when
descending
ERR5 = Encoder count during rise different than decent run, difference
greater than 20 mm.
• RD
Indicates the Status of the decent timing device SRD:
0 = open
1 = closed
• RS
Indicates the Status of the rise timing device SRS:
0 = open
1 = closed
• IM
Indicates the Status of the SIM impulse generator
0 = open
1 = closed
• E
a variable number that indicates that the encoder is functioning.

The operation can be interrupted at any time using the ESC key

.1 Shaft Self- Operation finished correctly.


tuning Press ESC to exit.
Complete

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4.3.2 Service\Taring\GEV Self-tuning


This function is only enabled if the shaft with GEV valve type has been selected in parameter 2.3.
Otherwise the following message will be displayed: Not required!
..2 Self-tuning Execute GEV valve self-tuning operation
ENT = Start Follow the instructions manual for the execution of this manoeuvre
Press ENT to start the operation
The motor-pump will be controlled automatically and readings will be
taken from the valve with the following comment messages:
• 2 GEV Self-tuning
Not valid Temp.
The test cannot be performed
• 2 GEV Self-tuning
XX bar ESC=Stop
test running, xx indicates the instantaneous pressure read
Press ESC to interrupt the test
• 2 GEV Self-tuning
..Complete
Test completed successfully

4.3.3 Service\Taring\VS Valve


..3 VS Test Execute safety valve taring operation
ENT = Start Follow the instructions manual for the execution of this manoeuvre
Press ENT to start the operation
The motor-pump will be controlled and the following message will
appear:

3 VS Valve
XX bar ESC=Stop
test running, if the pressure transducer is installed, xx indicates the
instantaneous pressure read
Press ESC to end the adjustment

4.3.4 Service\Taring\Safety Valve


..4 SV Test Execute safety taring operation of the safety valve
ENT = Start Follow the instructions manual for the execution of this manoeuvre
Press ENT to start the operation
The following commands will be performed upon request:
• .1 SV Test
ENT = Ascent
Send the cab to the uppermost floor
• .1 SV Test
ENT = Descent
A call to the lowermost floor is performed
• .1 SV Test
ESC = Stop
Stop the operation

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4.4 Service\Programming
4.4.1 Service\Programming\Inputs
This menu allows the operations to be performed by each individual programmable input to be set
up.
Each function can be used with activation by either Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC)
contacts.
The functions available are listed in Tab. F5.

..1 Input IP1 Select the input desired, then press the ENT key to enter the mode of
FUN yy zz modification.
… …
Ã Ä Select the desired function according to Tab. F5, then press ENT again
to confirm the selection, or press ESC to leave the mode of modification
… …
without performing any changes.
.22 Input FT2
FUN yy zz

4.4.2 Service\Programming\Outputs
This menu allows the operations to be performed by each individual programmable output to be set
up.
The functions are in positive logic, output ON with the function is active.
The functions available are listed in Tab. F6.
..1 Output HU1 Select the output desired, then press the ENT key to enter the mode of
FOUT xx modification.
… …
Ã Ä Select the desired function according to Tab. F6, then press ENT again
to confirm the selection, or press ESC to leave the mode of modification
… …
without performing any changes.
..8 Output HAC
FOUT xx

4.4.3 Service\Programming\Advanced
This menu allows the modification of internal parameter programming in numerical format.
The addresses of the parameters and the values to be inserted or modified are indicated case by
case by specialized personnel.
Improper use of this programming mode may lead to the improper function of the elevator.
.3 Advanced Use the Ã,Ä keys to select the parameter, press ENT to modify the
Rxxx : nnnnn value, and ENT again to confirm the change.

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4.4.4 Service\Programming\Reset 1
.1 Reset? This command reset all the parameters with default values.
ESC=NO
ENT=YES After this command it is necessary to set the parameters of the menu 2 and
3 with the values according to the characteristics of the lift

NB: To perform this command the FA valve must be disabled

4.4.5 Service\Programming\Reset 2
.1 Reset? This command reset all the parameters with default values except:
ESC=NO - lift well parameters
ENT=YES - self-tuning GEV valve

After this command it is necessary to set the parameters of the menu 2 and
3 with the values according to the characteristics of the lift

NB: To perform this command the FA valve must be disabled

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4.5 Service\Language
.1 Language? Selection of language to be used on the keypad
English The allowed options depend on the software installed.

4.6 Service\Safeties
Under construction

4.7 Service\Log reset


.1 Reset? For zeroing the failures log.
ESC=NO
ENT=YES

5. Save Data
5.1 Save Data? Permanent recording of the parameters.
ESC=NO ENT=YES Perform this operation to save the changes made.

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D) maintenance
Before performing any cleaning or maintenance operations, disconnect the equipment
from the electric mains using the general switch.
During maintenance operations refer to the safety precautions outlined in Paragraph 2.
SEA SYSTEMS S.r.l. declines all responsibility due to the disregard of the instructions
listed below and for any alterations, attachments, or connections which do not comply with
original supply of the equipment.

D.1) Battery Replacement


The control panel is equipped with a battery:
• 12 V DC 2 Ah.
• 12 V DC 7.5 Ah.

The battery has a life of approximately 3 years if always charging.


Check it annually and if necessary replace it with one with the same characteristics.

D.2) Shaft Sensors


The shaft sensors are made up of monostable and/or bistable impulse generators and the
relative magnets for performing the commutation.
In order to guarantee correct commutation of the impulse generators when they are in front
of the relative magnets, it is necessary to periodically check that:
- The distance between the impulse generators and the magnets is constantly 1 to 1.5
cm, even during mechanical operations
- The movement of the impulse generators occurs on axis with the magnets
- The magnets do not have any metal bodies attached
- The impulse generator support brackets remain well attached to the roof of the cab

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D.3) Replacement of the STK3-B Basic Electronic Board


CAUTION
The GMV 10 board contains circuits connected to the safety chain exclusively for
monitoring information in compliance with the harmonized standard EN 81.
Should it be necessary to remove the board and replace it, pay attention to the
information listed below in order to avoid compromising the safety of its operation.

1. Prior to performing any operations, make certain that the panel is not powered.
2. Visually check that the board support frame and the board are in suitable condition,
that they do not show any dents that may cause short circuits
3. To attach the board, use only M3 x 8 screws and a suitable Phillips head screwdriver,
avoiding to damage the board
4. Insert all of the screws so that the board is well tightened to the frame
5. Insert all of the connectors from the panel cabling
6. When pealing the wires for the connections, face outwards from the cabinet in order
to avoid that copper wires get projected toward the board
7. Visually verify that there are no foreign bodies on the board, such as detritus, pieces
of electric wire, or conductive material
8. When tightening the screws of the removable terminals, on the bottom side of the
board, use a suitable flat head screwdriver and avoid damaging the board

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E) Solutions to most FREQUENT problems


E.1) STK3-B Board in Alarm (ALARM LED on)
Should the board be in alarm (the red ALARM LED is on), find the error code using the PT01
programmer (see Breakdown Code Table in Menu PT01 1.Diagnostics).
NOTE
If error 9 is displayed (inverted input phases), turn off the panel (QM in OFF
position), invert 2 input phases, and then turn the panel back on.
If the motor turns the wrong way, invert two output phases from the panel.

E.2) Incorrect Readings by the Shaft Sensors


See Paragraph 5.2.

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F) Tables
F.1) Menu Table
1. Diagnostics............................................................................................................................................................... 35
1.8 Diagnostics\Transducers ................................................................................................................................... 36
1.9 Diagnostics\Inputs-Outputs............................................................................................................................... 37
1.10 Diagnostics\Counters ...................................................................................................................................... 39
2. Configuration ........................................................................................................................................................... 40
3. Set-up....................................................................................................................................................................... 42
3.1 Settings \ Valve 3010 ........................................................................................................................................ 42
3.1 Settings \ Valve 3010-2CH ............................................................................................................................... 42
3.1 Settings \ Valve 3010-DLV-A3......................................................................................................................... 42
3.1 Settings \ Valve 3010-A3 .................................................................................................................................. 43
3.1 Settings \ Valve NGV........................................................................................................................................ 44
3.1 Settings \ Valve NGV-DLV-A3 ........................................................................................................................ 44
3.1 Settings \ Valve NGV-A3 ................................................................................................................................. 44
3.1 Settings \Valve GEV ......................................................................................................................................... 45
3.1.1 Settings \ Valve GEV \ Ascent .................................................................................................................. 45
3.1.2 Settings \ Valve GEV \ Descent ................................................................................................................ 46
3.1.3 Settings \ Valve GEV \ Gains .................................................................................................................... 47
3.1 Settings \Valve GEV-DLV................................................................................................................................ 48
3.1.1 Settings \ Valve GEV-DLV \ Ascent......................................................................................................... 48
3.1.2 Settings \ Valve GEV-DLV \ Descent ....................................................................................................... 49
3.1.3 Settings \ Valve GEV-DLV \ Gains .......................................................................................................... 50
3.1.4 Settings \ Valve GEV-DLV \ DLV-VMD Test ......................................................................................... 50
3.2 Set-up\Pressures (with pressure transducer)...................................................................................................... 51
3.2 Set-up\Pressures (with pressure gauges) ........................................................................................................... 51
3.3 Set-Up\Shaft Info (Shaft with Contacts without Encoder) ................................................................................ 52
3.3.1. Set-up\Info. Shaft\Distance Type ............................................................................................................. 52
3.3.2. Set-up\Info. Shaft\Door Opening ............................................................................................................. 52
3.3.3. Set-up\Info.Shaft\Leveling ....................................................................................................................... 52
3.3 Set-Up\Shaft Info (Shaft with Encoder) ............................................................................................................ 53
3.3.1 Set-up\Info. Shaft\Distance Type .............................................................................................................. 53
3.3.2 Set-up\Info. Shaft\Floor threshold............................................................................................................. 53
3.3.3 Set-up\Info. Shaft\Ascent Stop .................................................................................................................. 53
3.3.4 Set-up\Info. Shaft\Descent Stop ................................................................................................................ 53
3.3.5 Set-up\Info. Shaft\Speed Changes (with valve GEV and 3010)................................................................ 54
3.3.5 Settings \ Low. Comp.\Speed changes (with valve NGV)......................................................................... 54
3.3.6 Settings \Info. Shaft\Door Opening ........................................................................................................... 54
3.3.7 Settings \Info. Shaft\Leveling.................................................................................................................... 54
3.4 Settings \Floors.................................................................................................................................................. 55
3.4.1 Settings \Floors\Main ................................................................................................................................ 55
3.4.2 Settings \Floors\Firemen ........................................................................................................................... 55
3.4.3 Settings \Floors\Parking ............................................................................................................................ 55
3.4.4 Settings \Floors\Priority............................................................................................................................. 55
3.5 Services ............................................................................................................................................................. 56
3.5.1 Settings \ Services \ Reset.......................................................................................................................... 56
3.5.2 Settings \Service\Cab................................................................................................................................. 56
3.5.3 Settings \Services\ External Base .............................................................................................................. 56
3.5.4 Settings \ Services \ External Expansion ................................................................................................... 56
3.5.5 Settings \ Services \ Emergency ................................................................................................................ 57
3.5.6 Settings \ Services \ Opening stop ............................................................................................................. 57
3.6 Settings \ Indicators........................................................................................................................................... 58
3.6.1 Settings \ Indicators \ Display.................................................................................................................... 58
3.6.2 Settings \ Indicators\ Gong ........................................................................................................................ 58
3.6.3 Settings \ Indicators \ FS - OC................................................................................................................... 58
3.7 Settings \Alarms ................................................................................................................................................ 59

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3.8 Settings \Timer .................................................................................................................................................. 60


3.9 Settings \Set....................................................................................................................................................... 60
4 Service ...................................................................................................................................................................... 61
4.1 Service\Functioning .......................................................................................................................................... 61
4.2 Service\Commands and Test............................................................................................................................. 61
4.3 Service \ Taring ................................................................................................................................................. 62
4.3.1 Service \ Taring \ Shaft Encoder................................................................................................................ 62
4.3.2 Service\Taring\GEV Self-tuning ............................................................................................................... 63
4.3.3 Service\Taring\VS Valve........................................................................................................................... 63
4.3.4 Service\Taring\Safety Valve ..................................................................................................................... 63
4.4 Service\Programming........................................................................................................................................ 64
4.4.1 Service\Programming\Inputs ..................................................................................................................... 64
4.4.2 Service\Programming\Outputs .................................................................................................................. 64
4.4.3 Service\Programming\Advanced............................................................................................................... 64
4.4.4 Service\Programming\Reset 1 ................................................................................................................... 65
4.4.5 Service\Programming\Reset 2 ................................................................................................................... 65
4.5 Service\Language.............................................................................................................................................. 66
4.6 Service\Safeties ................................................................................................................................................. 66
4.7 Service\Log reset............................................................................................................................................... 66
5. Save Data ............................................................................................................................................................ 66

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F.2) Signals table and STK3-B board terminals


LED Terminal Function
HZ Enable channel 1, controlled by impulse IS and ID
HC1 Control safety circuit status
HD3 Power LED, on and steady for correct power, blinking: power out of range
POWER
HD1 Cab serial communications LED: off: OK, on: connection error
COMM
HD2 Plant alarm LED, blinking
ALARM
H0C Occupied LED (can be grouped with the OC output)

HC2 X11.1 Presence/sequence phase control


HC3 X10.4 Emergency device active
HC4 X9.5 KY connection/stick control
HC5 X9.6 K∆ connection/stick control
HC6 X9.7 KM connection/stick control
X10.3 Enable emergency output
HU1 X5.7 Command K8, Door 1 Closure
HU2 X5.6 Command K7, Door 1 Opening
HU3 X5.3 Command K3, Door 2 Closure
HU4 X5.2 Command K2, Door 2 Opening
HAC X6 Command K6, VMP valve
HU5 X7 Command K10, depends on start-up type: Command KY/K∆, Enable Soft Starter,
Command KE
HU6 X8 Command K11, YPT
HU7 X9.1-2 Command K1, enable remote alarm system output
HAS X4.2 Command K5, Ascent
HAD X4.5 Command K4, Descent, VMD
HAV X3 Command K9, High Speed, VML (8-7)
Safety Circuit enable (8-6)
H1 X1_1 Control 1, start safety chain
X1_1
XV1_1
H2 X2_2 Control 2, Pit stop
XV1_2
H2E X2_2E Control 2E, Overrun
XV1_2E
H5 X2_5 Control 5, Maintenance
XC1_5
H7 X2_7 CONTROL 7, PRELIMINARY DOOR/FLOOR CONTACTS
XV1_7
H8 XC1_8 CONTROL 8, DOOR FLOOR APPROACHING
XV1_8
H10 XV1_10 Control 10, Cab Door/block floor door
HIZ XC1_IZ Control floor zone safety circuit status
HIS XC2_IS1 IS Impulse, channel A encoder
XC2_IS2
HID XC2_ID1 ID Impulse, Channel B encoder
XC2_ID2
HRS XC2_RS Ascent phase
HRD XC2_RD Descent phase
HIM XC3_IM Supplemental impulse
HOC XV2_OC Busy signal on floors Descent arrow on floors

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F.3) AL01 Board light indicators


Symbol Status Description
HSF Off Lack of at least one Motor power feed phase
Intermittent Phases L1-L2-L3 inverted
On Phases L1-L2-L3 correct
HPS Off No +24 V power
On +24 V power present
HCB Off No battery charger power
On Power to battery charger present

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F.4) Alarm Code Table


Code Type Description
(*)
001 1 The car running time between two floors is too long. The time has overcome the value set at the
parameter 3.7.3.
002 1 The car re-leveling time is too long. The time has overcome the value 3.7.4
003 1 The temperature of the pump motor winch is too high. Thermal sensor is connected to the
clamps RT1-RT2
004 1 The number of re-levelings has overcome the value set at the parameter 3.7.2
005 1 The main contactor KM is stuck. Input X9.7 active, led HC6 on with lift still
006 1 The contactor KS is stuck. Input X9.6 active, led HC5 on with lift still
007 1 The contactor KT – KE is stuck. (not used)
008 1 The contactor KD is stuck (not used)
009 1 Lack of one phase or wrong phase sequence. Input X11.2 not active, led HC2 off (see the led
HSF of the board AL01)
010 1 Terminal 1 of the Safety Chain is without tension, LED H1 off. The automatic contact is opened,
the 48Vdc fuse is opened
011 4 No tension at Terminal 2 of the Safety Chain, LED H2 off. "Pit Stop" safety contact open
012 1 No tension at Terminal 2E of the Safety Chain, LED H2E off. "Overrun" safety contact open
013 4 No tension at Terminal 7 of the Safety Chain, LED H7
014 4 No tension at Terminal 8 of the Safety Chain, LED H8
015 4 The main contactor KM has not been excited. Input X9.7 not active, led HC6 off at starting
016 4 The up contactor KS has not been excited. Input X9.6 not active, led HC5 off at starting
017 4 The contactor KT / KE has not been excited. The signal of the ‘end of ramp’ of the soft starter
has not been recognized during the starting of the car
018 Not used
019 4 The Safety circuit by-pass is closed when the car is out of the un-locking zone (with firmware
version previous V04)
020 4 The Safety circuit by-pass is open when the car is within the un-locking zone (with firmware
version previous V04)
021 5 No closure of the Door Safety Contacts during the leaving from the landing 01.
022 5 No closure of the Door Safety Contacts during the leaving from the landing 02.
023 5 No closure of the Door Safety Contacts during the leaving from the landing 03.
024 5 No closure of the Door Safety Contacts during the leaving from the landing 04.
025 5 No closure of the Door Safety Contacts during the leaving from the landing 05.
026 5 No closure of the Door Safety Contacts during the leaving from the landing 06.
027 5 No closure of the Door Safety Contacts during the leaving from the landing 07.
028 5 No closure of the Door Safety Contacts during the leaving from the landing 08.
029 5 No closure of the Door Safety Contacts during the leaving from the landing 09.
030 5 No closure of the Door Safety Contacts during the leaving from the landing 10.
031 5 No closure of the Door Safety Contacts during the leaving from the landing 11.
032 5 No closure of the Door Safety Contacts during the leaving from the landing 12.

040 4 The Safety circuit by-pass is closed when the car is out of the un-locking zone (with firmware
version later than S2V04)
041 4 The Safety circuit by-pass is open during the car stopping to the landing (with firmware version
later than S2V04)
042 4 The Safety circuit by-pass is open when the car is still at landing or during the car leaving from
landing (with firmware version later than S2V04)

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045 5 Opening of the Door Safety Contacts during the passing of the car at landing 01
046 5 Opening of the Door Safety Contacts during the passing of the car at landing 02
047 5 Opening of the Door Safety Contacts during the passing of the car at landing 03
048 5 Opening of the Door Safety Contacts during the passing of the car at landing 04
049 5 Opening of the Door Safety Contacts during the passing of the car at landing 05
050 5 Opening of the Door Safety Contacts during the passing of the car at landing 06
051 5 Opening of the Door Safety Contacts during the passing of the car at landing 07
052 5 Opening of the Door Safety Contacts during the passing of the car at landing 08
053 5 Opening of the Door Safety Contacts during the passing of the car at landing 09
054 5 Opening of the Door Safety Contacts during the passing of the car at landing 10
055 5 Opening of the Door Safety Contacts during the passing of the car at landing 11
056 5 Opening of the Door Safety Contacts during the passing of the car at landing 12

069 5 Opening of the Door Safety Contacts during the re-phasing operation

076 5 The door opening time of the operator 1 is too long. The time has overcome the value set at the
parameter 3.8.5
077
078 5 The door opening time of the operator 1 is too long. The time has overcome the value set at the
parameter 3.8.6
079 2 The contact SED is closed with car at the top floor. Input X9.4 with tension
080 1 The contacts SED and SEB are open with the car at the bottom floor
081 4 The outputs RUN and READY of NGVA3 have been in the same sate for more than 1 s

088 4 An unintendent car movement has occurred. The car is out of the un-locking zone

090 3 The oil temperature is too high. . Thermal sensor is connected to the clamps T01-T02
091 4 The Oil Pressure is too low. It is under the minimum pressure
092 4 The Oil Pressure is too high. It is over the maximum pressure

095 3 General alarm related to the activation of the programmed input with function 28
096 1 General alarm related to the activation of the programmed input with function 48
097 5 No departure

101 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the stopping at the 2° floor in up direction
102 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the stopping at the 3° floor in up direction
103 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the stopping at the 4° floor in up direction
104 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the stopping at the 5° floor in up direction
105 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the stopping at the 6° floor in up direction
106 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the stopping at the 7° floor in up direction
107 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the stopping at the 8° floor in up direction
108 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the stopping at the 9° floor in up direction
109 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the stopping at the 10° floor in up direction
110 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the stopping at the 11° floor in up direction
111 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the stopping at the 12° floor in up direction

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124 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the stopping at the 1° floor in down direction
125 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the stopping at the 2° floor in down direction
126 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the stopping at the 3° floor in down direction
127 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the stopping at the 4° floor in down direction
128 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the stopping at the 5° floor in down direction
129 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the stopping at the 6° floor in down direction
130 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the stopping at the 7° floor in down direction
131 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the stopping at the 8° floor in down direction
132 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the stopping at the 9° floor in down direction
133 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the stopping at the 10° floor in down direction
134 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the stopping at the 11° floor in down direction

149 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the speed changing at the 2° floor in down direction
150 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the speed changing at the 3° floor in down direction
151 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the speed changing at the 4° floor in down direction
152 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the speed changing at the 5° floor in down direction
153 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the speed changing at the 6° floor in down direction
154 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the speed changing at the 7° floor in down direction
155 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the speed changing at the 8° floor in down direction
156 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the speed changing at the 9° floor in down direction
157 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the speed changing at the 10° floor in down direction
158 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the speed changing at the 11° floor in down direction

173 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the speed changing at the 2° floor in up direction
174 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the speed changing at the 3° floor in up direction
175 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the speed changing at the 4° floor in up direction
176 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the speed changing at the 5° floor in up direction
177 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the speed changing at the 6° floor in up direction
178 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the speed changing at the 7° floor in up direction
179 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the speed changing at the 8° floor in up direction
180 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the speed changing at the 9° floor in up direction
181 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the speed changing at the 10° floor in up direction
182 5 No recognition of the IS signal during the speed changing at the 11° floor in up direction

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197 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the speed changing at the 2° floor in down direction
198 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the speed changing at the 3° floor in down direction
199 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the speed changing at the 4° floor in down direction
200 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the speed changing at the 5° floor in down direction
201 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the speed changing at the 6° floor in down direction
202 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the speed changing at the 7° floor in down direction
203 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the speed changing at the 8° floor in down direction
204 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the speed changing at the 9° floor in down direction
205 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the speed changing at the 10° floor in down direction
206 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the speed changing at the 11° floor in down direction

221 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the speed changing at the 2° floor in down direction
222 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the speed changing at the 3° floor in down direction
223 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the speed changing at the 4° floor in down direction
224 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the speed changing at the 5° floor in down direction
225 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the speed changing at the 6° floor in down direction
226 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the speed changing at the 7° floor in down direction
227 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the speed changing at the 8° floor in down direction
228 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the speed changing at the 9° floor in down direction
229 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the speed changing at the 10° floor in down direction
230 5 No recognition of the ID signal during the speed changing at the 11° floor in down direction
231 3 The ID signal has switched on before the IS signal in down direction
232 3 The IS signal has switched on before the ID signal in up direction

244 5 The RD signal has opened before the correct sequence


245 3 The RD contact is open during the car leaving from landings except from the lower floor
246 5 The RS signal has opened before the correct sequence
247 3 The RS contact is open during the car leaving from landings except from the top floor
248 3 The RD and RS contacts are open.

250 4 Bus Channel ID1-ID2 open or disconnected


251 4 Bus Channel IS1-IS2 open or disconnected

301 4 The pressure is down at least 1.5 sec. during the running of the car in down direction (with GEV
valve)
302 4 Interruption of proportional valve coil (with GEV valve)
303 4 Short circuit of the proportional valve coil (with GEV valve)
304 4 The self-tuning of the well magnet positions has not been done
305 3 Power +24Vdc is out of admissible range (18…33 V DC).

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306 3 The temperature of the control panel is too high. The temperature has overcome the value
set at the parameter 3.7.1 or it is lower than 3 C°
307 4 Oil temperature is out of range for self-tuning
308 4 The speed changing has not occurred at the top floor. The distance to extreme floor < 300
mm in high speed. (with encoder)
309 4 No recognition of the Encoder during the cab moving
310 1 Double safety intervention (with GEV valve)
311 4 No correct count of the Encoder
312 4 The Power supply has lack for less than 200ms

426 5 The number of magnets detected by the SIM sensor is no coherent with the instant count of
the encoder when the cab is at the 1° floor
427 5 The number of magnets detected by the SIM sensor is no coherent with the instant count of
the encoder when the cab is at the 2° floor
428 5 The number of magnets detected by the SIM sensor is no coherent with the instant count of
the encoder when the cab is at the 3° floor
429 5 The number of magnets detected by the SIM sensor is no coherent with the instant count of
the encoder when the cab is at the 4° floor
430 5 The number of magnets detected by the SIM sensor is no coherent with the instant count of
the encoder when the cab is at the 5° floor
431 5 The number of magnets detected by the SIM sensor is no coherent with the instant count of
the encoder when the cab is at the 6° floor
432 5 The number of magnets detected by the SIM sensor is no coherent with the instant count of
the encoder when the cab is at the 7° floor
433 5 The number of magnets detected by the SIM sensor is no coherent with the instant count of
the encoder when the cab is at the 8° floor
434 5 The number of magnets detected by the SIM sensor is no coherent with the instant count of
the encoder when the cab is at the 9° floor
435 5 The number of magnets detected by the SIM sensor is no coherent with the instant count of
the encoder when the cab is at the 10° floor
436 5 The number of magnets detected by the SIM sensor is no coherent with the instant count of
the encoder when the cab is at the 11° floor
437 5 The number of magnets detected by the SIM sensor is no coherent with the instant count of
the encoder when the cab is at the 12° floor

451 5 The SIM signal has not been detected at the 1° floor. The count of the encoder is correct
452 5 The SIM signal has not been detected at the 2° floor. The count of the encoder is correct
453 5 The SIM signal has not been detected at the 3° floor. The count of the encoder is correct
454 5 The SIM signal has not been detected at the 4° floor. The count of the encoder is correct
455 5 The SIM signal has not been detected at the 5° floor. The count of the encoder is correct
456 5 The SIM signal has not been detected at the 6° floor. The count of the encoder is correct
457 5 The SIM signal has not been detected at the 7° floor. The count of the encoder is correct
458 5 The SIM signal has not been detected at the 8° floor. The count of the encoder is correct
459 5 The SIM signal has not been detected at the 9° floor. The count of the encoder is correct
460 5 The SIM signal has not been detected at the 10° floor. The count of the encoder is correct
461 5 The SIM signal has not been detected at the 11° floor. The count of the encoder is correct
462 5 The SIM signal has not been detected at the 12° floor. The count of the encoder is correct

900 3 The bus channel S1-S2 open or disconnect (used for connection with BC01 board)
1 Installation operation mode is selected and the electrical connections are for normal
901 operation mode (cab button panel connection detected) (see Par.4.1)

999 1 Parameter memory checksum is fault

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(*) Alarm type:


1. Permanent alarms (require manual rearm) that shut down the system
2. Permanent alarms (require manual rearm) that shut down the system with cabin at landing.
3. Temporary alarms that shut down the system with cabin at landing or anyway still.
4. Temporary alarms that shut down the system immediately
5. Alarms and/or abnormal situations that do not shut down the system but are still diagnosed
NOTE
The system diagnostics are performed both by device PT01 and by LED warning lights
on boards AL01 and STK3-b

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F.5) Currently Allowed Input Functions


Displayed Symbol Function
FUN 00 No function selected, input not used
FUN 01 NC FUN 01 NO Control of Main contactor
FUN 02 NC FUN 02 NO Control of Star contactor, Up direction
FUN 03 NC FUN 03 NO Control of Delta contactor, Excludes SCC, End Soft Starter Ramp
FUN 04 NC FUN 04 NO Control of down Contactor
FUN 05 NC FUN 05 NO Control of door opening/closing contactors of the 1 operator
FUN 06 NC FUN 06 NO Control of door opening/closing contactors of the 1 operator.
FUN 07 NC FUN 07 NO Control of the phase sequence, the input is active when the phase sequence
is correct
FUN 08 NC FUN 08 NO Control of Emergency
FUN 09 NC FUN 09 NO Control of Mobile Bottom
FUN 10 NC FUN 10 NO Control of the Full Load
FUN 11 NC FUN 11 NO Control of the Overload
FUN 12 NC FUN 12 NO Fireman Operation
FUN 13 NC FUN 13 NO Preferential Operation, call to preferential floor
FUN 14 NC FUN 14 NO Photocell of the 1° operator
FUN 15 NC FUN 15 NO Photocell of the 2° operator
FUN 16 NC FUN 16 NO Control of the door opening limit switch of the 1° operator
FUN 17 NC FUN 17 NO Control of the door opening limit switch of the 2° operator.
FUN 18 NC FUN 18 NO Control of the door closing limit switch of the 1° operator.
FUN 19 NC FUN 19 NO Control of the door closing limit switch of the 2° operator.
FUN 20 NC FUN 20 NO Control the alarm 096
FUN 21 NC FUN 21 NO Control of the auxiliary up inspection button
FUN 22 NC FUN 22 NO Auxiliary down inspection button
FUN 23 NC FUN 23 NO Control of the Minimum pressure
FUN 24 NC FUN 24 NO Control of the Maximum pressure
FUN 25 NC FUN 26 NO Enable Pit inspection button
FUN 26 NC FUN 26 NO Control of the limit switch SED (with low top). alarm 079
FUN 27 NC FUN 27 NO Control of the Safety Circuit (with low top). Alarm 080
FUN 28 NC FUN 28 NO Control of the Safety Circuit CS2 (with low top/bottom).
FUN 29 NC FUN 29 NO Control of the out of service with open door
FUN 30 NC FUN 30 NO Control of the ambient thermal sensor
FUN 31 NC FUN 31 NO Control of the fireman operation (see menu 3422)
FUN 32 NC FUN 32 NO Control of the output Run of the board NGV
FUN 33 NC FUN 33 NO Control of the output Ready of the board NGV

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F.6) Currently Allowed Output Functions


Displayed Symbol Function
FOUT 00 No function, output inactive
FOUT 01 Opening command of the 1° operator Function
depends on the
FOUT 02 Opening command of the 2° operator. type of operator
FOUT 03 Closing command of the 1° operator. selected.
FOUT 04 Closing command of the 2° operator.
FOUT 05 Insertion of Delta / Exclude SCC / Soft Starter
FOUT 06 VMP Solenoid Valve Command
FOUT 07 Temporary light command
FOUT 08 Car Alarm filter command (according to EN 81.28)
FOUT 09 Aux. High Speed command
FOUT 10 Door blocking command (with low bottom)
FOUT 11 Fire alarm signaling, Alarm active
FOUT 12 Fire alarm signaling, Alarm disabled
FOUT 13 intermediate speed command (with GEV / NGV)
FOUT 14 VMP valve command
FOUT 15 2° down valve (with 3010-DLV-A3, GEV-DLV-A3, NGV-DLV-A3)
FOUT 16 Car temporary light command
FOUT 17 Re-leveling command with high powered hydraulic units

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