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Instruction Manual
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Instruction Manual
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AS380 Series Elevator Integrated Drive Controller

AS 380 series elevator integrated drive controller
Publication Status: Standard
Product edition: V2.12
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by Shanghai STEP Electric
Corporation
The information in this document is subject to change without prior
notice. No part of this document may in any form or by any means
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without prior written permission from Shanghai STEP Electric
Corporation.
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Forward
AS380 series elevator integrated drive controller is the new generation of state-of-the-art
elevator-specific control and drive device. With full consideration of the safety & reliability of
elevator
inherent characteristic of elevat
or operation and specific feat
ure of potential energy load
for elevator, AS380 series elevator integrated drive controller adopted advanced technology of
frequency control of motor speed and intelligent elevator control as well as the integration of
control & drive of elevator to make the further improvement of the product performance,
easy-to-use property and cost efficiency.
Abstract

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Main features
Prefect integration of control and drive of
elevator. The whole device features compact
structure and small size, fewer
connections, which is characterized as high reliability and
easy-to-use property and cost-efficiency.
Double 32-bit embedded microprocessor jointly finish the elevator operation and motor drive
control
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: Operation wrongly will cause death or serious injury to person
: Operation wrongly will cause injury to person and damage to equipment.

Important
: the important content that need users attention and observation
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Table of contents
Chapter
General
knowledge
integrated
controller
application
items
cases
description
integrated
controller
nameplate
Notice
Items
for
safety
operation
Brake
resistor
Absorber
output
prohibited
application
voltage
integrated
device.
Two
phase
not
allowed
Altitude
derated
application
Synchronous
star
delay
waste
disposal
capacitors
plastic
components
Chapter
two:
Specification
integrated
drive
controller
technical
specification
integrated
drive
controller
installation
dimensions
the
integrated
drive
controller
Installation
instructions
Product
installation
location
Product
installation
positioning
and
clearance
requirements
Chapter
Function
list
elevator
operation
function
description
and
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Main
circuit
output
contactor
Interference
filters
output
reactor
output
reactor
technical
requirements
for
arrangement
peripheral
equipments
elevator
integrated
drive
controller.
cable
requirement
hoist
way
accompanying
cable
arrangement
Method
Wiring
Between
Call
board
TXV+
TXV
TXA
4.3.3Hoist
switch
Upper
and
Lower
Leveling
Inductor
circuit
terminal
arrangement
main
circuit
terminal
main
circuit
terminal
description
Main
circuit
wire
specification
main
circuit
detailed
description
main
circuit
terminal
anti
interference
specialized
connected
output
Main
circuit
arrangement
better
anti
interference
measure
Relation
between
length
and
carrier
frequency.
Wiring
Control
Circuit
Terminals
Layout
Control
Circuit
Terminals
Functional
Description
Control
Circuit
Terminals
switch
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Chapter
introduction
the
products
top
control
board
SM.02/H
introduction
top
control
panel
SM.02/H
installation
101
top
control
panel
02/H
102
top
extension
introduction
top
extension
board
SM09IO/B
outside
installation
dimension
104
top
extension
board
SM09IO/B
plug
and
definition
introduction
105
controller
panel
SM.02/G
introduction
controller
panel
SM02/G
view
installation
106
control
board
SM.02/G
plug
definition
introduction
107
instruction
control
board
Instruction
control
board
installation
110
Instruction
controller
board
plug
and
definition
introduction
110
display
control
&display
control
board
VRFS
111
display
control
board
HSC
113
Display
Control
115
LCD
Board
116
Call
LCD
Control
118
VL/B3
outside
installation
121
display
control
panel
VSD
123
display
124
Codes)
125
board
introduction
System
structure
128
6.6.2Basic
Feature
128
6.6.3Main
Functions
129
Overall
adjustment
principle
131
Treatment
situation
132
detailed
description
group
controller
132
Connection
Diagram
Group
Control
System
136
Chapter
Parameter
Table
Integrated
Controller
Parameter
List
Definition
function
parameter
157
Chapter
Elevator
adjustment
setting
instructions
178
before
Power
Power
and
Check
Confirmation
before
Power
182
Checks
after
183
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Configuration
System
Parameters
and
Motor
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A2.2
Requirements
Cable
Size
233
A2.3
Requirements
Shielded
Cable
233
A2.4
Requirements
Installation
shielded
cable
233
Grounding
Requirements
A3.1
Grounding
Method
233
A3.2
Precautions
for
Grounding
Connection
234
Install
Surge
Absorption
Device
Leakage
Current
Countermeasures
A5.1
Ground
Leakage
Current
235
A5.2
Leakage
Current
235
Suppression
Radiated
for
Use
Power
line
filter
A7.1
Functions
Power
filter_______________________________________________
236
A7.2
Precautions
for
Installation
Power
Filter
237
Installation
Zoning
237
Precautions
for
Installation
Conformity
Appendix
Function
Parameter,
Fault
List
Summary
Function
Parameter
List
Fault
Code
255
Notice
customers
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This chapter introduces the general information of AS380 series integrated drive controller,
including the voltage grade and adaptive motor capacity of the integrated device, and items
checkup in the cases. Besides, the chapter describes
in detail the notice items during the process of
integrated device installation, wiring, operation,
maintenance and disposal. Please read carefully
this chapter for the safe operation of the integrated device and prolonging of the service life.
The voltage grade of AS380 series elevator
integrated drive controller is 200V, 400V. AS380
series elevator integrated drive controller is
both asynchronous motor and synchronous motor
compatible. The mating motor capacity is 1.1kW
75kW right now. the max floor single elevator
support is 64 floor. The max quantity of elev
ator group control is up to 8 units. For the
configuration beyond the above scope, please
contact the engineer center of our company.
1.2 items in the cases
Do not install frequency converter damaged or components incomplete
Otherwise high risk of fire, personal injury
Please confirm the following item after opening the cases
Any damage caused by transportation, the conformity of items and parameter on the machine
nameplate to those in the purchase requirements,
Please contact the manufacturer or supplier for
the solution once any inconformity or items
omission.
1.3 model description
AS380 series elevator integrated drive controller model number illustration fig 1.1

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1-pKase
01P5
03P
05P5
1.1N:
3.N:
5.5N:
3.3N:
03P3
0030
30N:
003
0045
0055
005
3N:
45N:
55N:
5N:
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Fig 1.1 Model illustration of elevator integrated drive controller
1.4 integrated drive controller nameplate
Please see fig 1.2 of integrated drive controller
The model, specification, and lot no are
all listed on the nameplate of integrated drive
controller.

Fig 1.2 Nameplate description of elevator integrated drive controller
Always install on metal structures or other
noninflammable objects;
Or it may cause fire risk.
Never install in explosive environments
Or it may cause explosion risk
Never place combustibles near the product
Or it ma
Always support the body bottom during
Or the possible falling of the main body of
elevator integrated drive controller may cause
risk of injury and/or property damage.
The platform on which the product will be
installed shall have sufficient load bearing
capacity
Or the contingent falling of the main body of
elevator integrated drive controller may case
risk of injury and/or property damage.
Dont install it in the vicinity of sewage pipe
or the points with splatters
Or it may cause the risk of property damage.
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Make sure it is disconnected from the mains
prior to wiring
Or it may cause risk of electric shock.
The wiring can only be performed by
trained and qualif
ied electricians
Or it may cause risk of electric shock.
Always keep the iAStar-S8 elevated
integrated drive controller properly
grounded at its grounding terminal E
Or it may cause risk of electric shock.
Avoid confusing main circuit input terminals
and output terminals of elevator integrated
drive controller
Or it may cause risk of property damage and/or
explosion.
Never make terminal
be
or it may case risk of fire and explosion
Make sure the cover is placed in position
prior to switching on
Or it may cause risk of electric shock and/or
explosion.
Dont use soggy hands operating elevator
integrated drive controller
Or it may cause risk of electric shock
case risk of hazard.
When switching on a
elevator integrated
drive controller which has been stored for
more than 2 years, a voltage regulator is
needed to supply it by increasing the voltage
gradually
Or it may cause risk of electric shock and
losion

Avoid faulty operation when elevator
integrated drive controller is running
Or it may cause risk of high-voltage electric
shock.
After it is switched off, the inside of elevator
integrated drive controller may remain
dangerous high voltage for a certain period,
dont open the cover or touch connection
Or it may cause risk of high-voltage electric
shock.
Danger
Danger
Danger
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Only trained, qualified and authorized
person may be allowed to work on elevator
integrated drive controller
Or it may cause risk of electric shock or
property damage.
losion.
Please notice the following points when using AS380 series integrated drive controller.
1.6.1 Brake resistor selection
Elevator feature potential energy load, four quadrants movements characteristic,
and the occurrence of power-generation by braking.
Therefore, users should
consider adding brake
component to the integrated drive controller. Otherwise, tripping may be caused with overvoltage
fault. AS380 series integrated drive controller is equipped with brake unit, so only external brake
resistor is required. The specification table 1.1 for external brake resistor of integrated drive
controller
Table 1.1 AS380 series elevator integrated driv
e controller brake resistor configuration table
Model
No
AS380
Matching
Motor

Min
value

value
Recommended
value

Recommended total resistor
capacity
synchronous
asynchronous
200V integrated device
2S01P1 1.1 26 72 64 1000 1000
2S02P5 2.2 26 58 50 1000 1000
2S03P7 3.7 26 39 30 1600 1200
400V integrated device
4T02P2 2.2 56 210 100 1000 1000
4T03P7 3.7 56 144 80 1600 1200
4T05P5 5.5 56 100 70 2000 1600
4T07P5 7.5 56 72 64 3200 2000
4T0011 11 34 48 40 4000 3200
4T0015 15 34 41 36 5000 4000
4T18P5 18.5 17 31 24 6400 5000
4T0022 22 17 27 20 8000 6400
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4T0030 30 11 20 15 10000 8000
4T0037 37 8 16 12 12000 10000
4T0045 45 5 10 9 18000 15000
4T0055 55 5 8 8 22000 18000
4T0075 75 5 6 6 30000 25000
1.6.2 Absorber at the output side prohibited
Since the output of integrated drive controller is impulse wave, installation of power
factor-improving capacitor or piezoresistor for li
ghtning protection at output side will cause the
fault tripping or component damage of integrated drive controller.
The above issue must be taken full consideration in designing. If conducting used elevator
renovation, the capacitor or piezoresistor previously connected to the circuit output side must be
removed.
The Fig 1.3 is the illustration of no capacitor connecting to the output side of integrated drive
controller
Fig 1.3 the illustration of no capacitor connecting to the output side of integrated drive controller
1.6.3 The application voltage of integrated device.
AS380 series integrated drive controller is only applicable to working within the scope of
its rated voltage. If the power voltage and its rated voltage are not in conformity, voltage regulator
is required for voltage transformation.
1.6.4 Two-phase input not allowed
It is no appropriate to change the three-
phase input into two-phase input. Otherwise, faults
will occur.
1.6.5 Altitude and derated application
The thin air at the areas of altitude above 1000 meter will cause the poor heat-dissipation of
integrated drive controller. This time it is necessary to do the derated application of integrated
drive controller. the relation curve between th
e rated current output and altitude when the
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integrated drive controller is in
derated application is as below:
1000300030004000
100%
0%
Fig 1.4 the diagram about the relation between the rated output current and altitude
1.6.6 Synchronous sealing star delay
Fig 1.5 sealing star delay circuit tag
1.6.7 Low Voltage directive complies
That our products comply with EN61800-5-1
2007standards, which comply with the Low
Voltage Directive (Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC).
If the inverter as a component integration in the entire electrical system, make
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1.7.2 Disposal of plastic components
Several plastic components are in the integrated drive controller. Burning plastic components
may cause toxic gas, therefore, plastic components burning not allowed.\
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This chapter introduces the model, specification, and installation dimension of AS380 series
integrated drive controller.
Table 2.1 is the model list of AS380 series integrated drive controller.
Table 2.1 AS380 series
integrated drive controller model list
model
AS380
Rated capacity
kVA
Rated output
A

Matching Motor

2S01P1 2.3 6.0 1.1
2S02P2 4.6 12 2.2
2S03P7 6.9 18 3.7
4T02P2 4.7 6.2 2.2
4T03P7 6.9 9 3.7
4T05P5 8.5 13 5.5
4T07P5 14 18 7.5
4T0011 18 27 11
4T0015 24 34 15
4T18P5 29 41 18.5
4T0022 34 48 22
4T0030 50 65 30
4T0037 61 80 37
4T0045 74 97 45
4T0055 98 128 55
4T0075 130 165 75
2.2 The technical specification of
Table 2.2 is the technical specification of AS380 series integrated drive controller.
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Table 2.2 AS380 series elevator integrated drive controller technical specification
1P5
011
015
4T00
022
4T00
30
037
045
4T00
075
Max matching motor
capacity
1.1 2.2 3.7 2.23.75.57.5111518.52230 37 45 5575
Rated output
Rated capacity
kVA
2.3 4.6 6.9 4.76.98.5141824293450 61 74 98130
Rated current
6.0 12 18 6.2913182734414865 80 97 128165
Max output
voltage
200V
single-phase 220
240
matching input voltage
400V
three-phase 380/400/415/440/460V
matching input voltage
Input power
Phase number
voltage
frequency
200V
single-phase 220
240V
50/60Hz
400V
three-phase 380/400/415/440/460V
50/60Hz
Voltage range
allowed
+10%
Frequency
range allowed
+5%
Endurance
capacity of
instantaneous
voltage drop
200V
keep running at AC150V or above
Activate under-voltage protection
after 15ms from the moment when it drops from rated input condition to
somewhere lower than AC150V.
400V
keep running at AC300V or above
Activate under-voltage protection
after 15ms from the moment when it drops from rated input condition to
somewhere lower than AC300V.
basic characteristics
Max accessible
floor
64 floors for single elevator
Elevator
running speed
4.00m/s
Units under
Group control
Communication
mode
CAN bus serial communication
Operation
function
see section 3.1 for product function list
Control mode PG card vector control
Startup torque 150% 0Hz
PG card vector control
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Speed control
1:1000
PG card vector control
Speed control
precision
PG card vector control 2510
Torque limit yes
Torque
precision
Frequency
control scope
120Hz
Frequency
precision
(temperature
fluctuation
Frequency
Output
frequency
resolution
calculation of
resolution
0.01Hz
No-load startup
compensation
When the elevator load is unknown, suitable torque will, as per the
ready-to-travel direction of elevator, be applied on motor so as to ensure smooth
start of elevator, minimize the slipping and improve comfort at starting moment
Overload
capacity
Zero speed 150% , 3Hz is 160%, &#x 5.7;H3.; z i;&#xs 5.;煤&#x.60%;&#x, 5.;瀀 3Hz is 200%

interface
PG card
output
300mA
PG card type Open collector output, push-pull output, SIN/COS
Endat absolute value type
Brake torque 150% ( external braking resistor),integrated braking unit
Acceleration
Deceleration
time
0.01
600s
frequency
11kHz
Battery
operation
In case of blackout, the battery instantaneously supplies power to elevator for
leveling at low speed
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PG card signal
frequency
dividing output
OB orthogonal
frequency dividing coefficient 1
128
Control input/output signal
Opt-coupler inpu
supply
Isolated 24V DC
Relay output
control power
supply
Isolated 24V DC
Low-voltage
opt-coupler
isolated input
20 channel
Switching capacity
Opt-coupler control signal is isolated 24V
DC input signal
High-voltage
opt-coupler
isolated input
3 channel
Switching capacity
Relay output 1
Normal open contact
single-pole and single-throw
contact
capacity
3A 250VAC or 3A 30VDC
Relay output 2
3 channel
Normal open contact
single-pole and single-throw, contact
capacity
6A 250VAC
communicati
on port
3 channel
duplex or group control
Analog
quantity input
port
1channel
single pole or differential input
input voltage scope-10V
precision 0.1%
Protection option
Motor overload
protection
Overload of
frequency
converter
3Hz is 160%,5 seconds
� 3Hz is 185%
Short-circuit
protection
Provide protection to elevator integrat
ed drive controller when overcurrent
occurs to any tow phases at output side.
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Input open
phase
protection
In case that open phase inputted during operation, cut off output to protect the
drive controller
Output open
phase
protection
In case that open phase outputted during operation, cut off output to protect the
drive controller.
Overvoltage
threshold
Bus-bar voltage 410V(200V series)
810V(400V series)
Under-voltage
threshold
Bus-bar voltage 180V(200V series)
380V(400V series)
blackout
compensation
15ms above protection
Heat sink
overheat
Protection through the thermistor
antistall
Antisall protection launched when running speed deviation more than 30% of
the rated speed
Impulse
encoder failure
PG disconnection
protection
Protection launched when automatically
Module
protection
Protection against over-current , short-circuit, overheating
Current sensor
protection
Self-inspection when power connection
Speed reversal
protection
Inspection through encoder
It protection Inspection through three-phase current
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Protection
against input
overvoltage
400V level
725V
200V level
360V,stop and inspect
Output
grounding
protection
Any phase grounding short-circuited during operation, cut off input and protect
the frequency converter.
Protection
against output
imbalance
Found three phase current output imbalance. Cut off output and protect
frequency converter.
Short-circuit
protection for
brake resistor
Inspection when braking
Evaluate the degree of interference of encoder and alarm
Over-speed
protection
Protection launched when ex
ceeding rated speed by 100
protection
Protection launched when the elevator ru
nning speed is far lo
wer than the rated
speed du to some reasons including failures.
Running time
governor
protection
Protection launched when floor pa
ssing time exceed the required time
Leveling switch
fault protection
Protection launched when le
veling switch is at fault
EEPROM fault Self-inspection when power connection
display
Chinese and
English
Menus at each level
environment
Surrounding
temperature
+45
humidity Below 95%RH
no condensation
Storage
temperature
+60
temperature allowable during short-term transport
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Application
place
indoor
no corrosive gas
dust and the like
altitude Below 1000m
Protection
grade
Cooling
mode
Force air-cooling
Installation mode In-cabinet installation
2.3 The installation dimensions and mass
See fig 2.1 and table 2.3 for the installation dimensions and mss of the integrated drive
controller

Fig 2.1 the installation dimension of elevator integrated drive controller
Table 2.3 mass and specification table of elevator integrated drive controller
(mm)
(mm)
installation
(Nm)
Mass
2S01P1
100 253 2651511665.0 4M44M44
4 2 4.5
2S02P2
2S03P7
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165.5 357 379222192
7.0
4M64
8.2
4T0011
165.5 392 41423219210.3
200 512 5303302909.0
4M84M84
200 587 61033031010.0 42
4
4T0075 260 707 73043033010.0 50

Always install on metal structures or other
noninflammable objects;
Or it may cause fire risk.
Never place combustibles near the product
Or it may cause fire risk.
Never install in explosive environments
Or it may cause explosion risk
The platform on which the
product will be installed
shall have sufficient load bearing capacity
Or the contingent falling of the main body of elevator
integrated drive controller
may case risk of injury
and/or property damage
Danger
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Dont install it in the vicinity of sewage pipe or the
Or it may cause risk of property damage.
2.4.1 Product installation location
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Figure 2.2 Requirements on Installation Clearance
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This chapter introduces the function list of AS380 series integrated drive controller and its detailed
description.
No
Name
remar
Name
remark
Standard
50
Parallel connection running
Fully Selective Control
51
leveling fine-tuning
Inspection Travel
52
door nudging with buzzer
Self-rescue Travel
53
door-opening and standby
function at base station
Testing Travel
54
floor blocking within time
slot function
Clock Control
55
external call board search
function
Automatic Control for
Door-opening Time
56
CAN communication
evaluations
Open the Door from This
Landing Call
57
evaluation about encoder
Pre-close the door by
Door-closing Button
58
car adjustment
Open the Door by
Door-opening Button
10
Door selection
pre door-opening
Install SM-11-A
board
11
Leveling in Changing
Destination Landing
door-opening and releveling
Install SM-11-A
board
12
Cancel a Wrong Registration
Fireman Service Operation
13
Clear Registrations at
Changing Direction
The Second Car Panel
14
Direct Landing
Car Panel by the Rear Door
15
By-passing Landing Calls on
Full-load
Handicapped
16
Power-off for Car Lighting
and Fan at Stand-by
group control
Install SM-GC
board
17
Auto homing
community monitoring
18
Re-close door
earthquake response function
19
Historical Error Log
10
arrival gong on car
20
Self-tuning of Shaft
Information
11
arrival lamp on landing
21
Will
12
Arrival gong on landing
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22
for Landing Display
13
Separate Control of Car
Doors
23
Attendant Service
14
VIP Priority Service
24
Independent Travel
15
Emergency Levelling at
Power-off
25
Display
16
switch for controlling service
floor change-over
26
fire disaster
17
Voice Landing Forecasting
27
Automatic Correction in
Landing Position Signals
18
Load compensation
28
Elevator Lock-out
19
door-opening holding button
29
Protection against
Door-opening outside Door
Zones
20
service stop output function
30
Light Gate Protection for
Doors
21
IC card floor service control
in car
31
Over-load Protection
22
IC card car call service
control at hall
32
Anti-nuisance at Light-load
23
Shandong firefighting
function
33
Reversing Protection
34
Running time governor
35
fault protection for
deceleration switch
36
protection against terminal
over travel
37
Relays and Contactors
38
Protection against safety
39
Master CPU Protection by
40
Overspeed protection
41
Underspeed protection
42
Leveling switch fault
protection
43
CAN communication fault
protection
44
45
Band-type brake switch
46
failure diagnosis of hoist way
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self-study
47
motor thermal protection
48
Door lock fault protection
49
Door lock disconnection
protection
3.2 elevator operation function
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Pre-close the Door by Door-closing Button
when the door is open in automatic state, the door can be closed immediately before the delay
elapses by pushing on the door-closing button.
Open the door by Door-opening Button
when the car stays within the door
zone, a passenger in the car can open a closed door or make a
closing door reverse by pushing on the door-opening button.
Door Selection
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20 hoist way landing data self-study
the hoist way self-study system should be activated before the elevator goes into service. The
system will study various kinds of data within the hoist way and save those running data
permanently.
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43. CAN Communication Fault Protection:
It prevents possible danger in
case of CAN communication failure and elevator keep running.
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instruction registration independently, blocking instruction and outside instruction registration.
Meanwhile, user can also choose not to block.
55 External board search function
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staff can monitor the elevator position, running direction and fault condition and etc.
9 earthquake response function
Activate the earthquake function. if earthquake occur, the earthquake inspection device activated.
A contact signal from the device will be transferred to the control system. The control system will
instruct the running elev
ator to park at nearest floor and op
en the doors for passenger evacuation
as well as stop the elevator then.
10 car arrival gong
The Up/Down arrival gong installed at the top, bottom of the car will ring as the elevator
decelerate and level, alarming the passenger in car and hall that the elevator is leveling and about
to arrive.
11 arrival lamp at landing
Activate the function. The up/down arrival lamp installed at the hall of each floor will inform
passengers the upcoming arrival of the elevator.
12 arrival gong at landing
Activate the function. The up/down arrival gong at hall of each floor will inform passengers the
upcoming arrival of the elevator.
13 independent control of front and rear door
Passenger can make independent control of the front and rear door according to their own needs.
14 VIP priority service
A special service for the VIP passengers, the func
tion enables the VIP passenger to arrival the
destination floor at fastest speed.
15 Emergency leveling when blackout
The building blackout causes the running elevator fail to reach the door zone and entrapment
occurs as the consequence. Under the above ci
rcumstance does the blackout emergency leveling
device activated. The elevator will be pushed at the low speed to the nearest door zone for
passenger evacuation.
16 service floor change-over by the switch control
Use the in-car switch to change the elevator service floor.
17 broadcasting function for upcoming floor
When install the floor broadcasting function to the system, the floor broadcaster will report the
upcoming floor during the leveling process and report the subsequent running direction of the
elevator at each time of door-closing.
18 weighing compensation
The load compensation value is given based on the car load data inspected by the weighing device.
In this way the elevator startup comfort will be improved.
19 door-opening holding buttons
Use the door holding button to enable the door-closing delay
20 out of service display
A display method to inform passenger that elevator is out of service.
21 IC card floor service control in car
Once this function is installed, a card reader is installed in the operating panel. Passenger must use
the card to register the inst
ruction for authorized floors
22 IC card elevator call service control at hall
Once this function is installed, a card reader is installed at the call panel of each floor. Passenger
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must use the card to register the ca
ll signal for the corresponding floor.
23 Shangdong firefighting function
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This chapter defines the wiring of elevator integrated drive controller terminals, including the
wiring of main circuit terminals, control circuit terminals and PG card terminals.
Danger
Before wiring, plea
se make sure that power supply is
Please check the voltage of AC main circuit power
supply is consistent with the
rated voltage of integrated
driver controller.
Or it may cause risk of fire and physical injury.
Please correctly connect the braking resistor as per the
Or it may cause risk of fire.
Main circuit terminal must be
firmly connected with the
conductor or wire crimping terminal.
Or it may cause risk of damage.


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Fig 4.1 example of typical configuration of elevator integrated
Drive controller.
4.2 Notice items for peripheral equipments connection
4.2.1 Power supply
The voltage of power supply must be in consistency with the rated voltage of elevator integrated
controller. No need to consider the connec
tion sequence of three-phase power supply.
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4.3 The technical requirements for wire arra
ngement of peripheral equipments of the
elevator integrated drive controller.
4.3.1 The cable requirement of hoist way and accompanying cable arrangement

Fig 4.2 hoist way and accompanying cable arrangement
Both elevator shaft and trailing cable
each has four communication cables (TXV+
TXA-) .
Cares should be taken to avoid shorting between these four cables (TXV+
TXA-) and other cables. Prior to switching on, un
iversal meter must be used to check there is
no any loop between these four cables and other cables, especially such as 24V, 36V, 110V,
220V, 380V and other supply cables.
Cable TXV+ and TXV- supplies to branch points 24V voltage (branch points include car top
control, car control, car display as well as each
call board control). The wire size shall not be
less than 0.75mm
Cable TXA+ and TXA- is the communication bus between main control and each branch
point.
Where UTP (unshielded twisted pair) is used, it is recommended to select the yellow one for
TXA+ and the green one for TXA-.
Specification of twisted pair: characteristic impedance 120
; allowable range: 108~132
Stranded Pitch:
30mm
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0.75mm2
Communication line and power line must be wired respectively
Grounding of Elevator Shaft Cable and Trailing Cable
During wiring of shaft cable and trailing cable, please note to appropriately divide the strong
Figure 4.3 Wiring between Branch and Bus
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Peels off the insulation sleeve of bus at the very vicinity of terminal point, connects the
section unpeeled but not cut off at one end of
the terminal and leave another end connected to
branches.
Bus Specification: bus length
500m;
Branch Length:
3m;
Terminal resistance: 120
terminal matching resistance should be arranged at both ends of
the bus. (Note: without terminal-matching resistance, the anti-interference capacity of
communication may be impaired)
4.3.3Hoist way switch position
In elevator integrated drive controller system, hoist-way switch need to be arranged according to
the following two situations:
1. where the elevator speed is not more than 1.75m/s, it is required to install the two up and
down limit switch as well as two single-floor speed switch.
2. Where the elevator speed is more than 1.75m/s, not only the limit switches mentioned above
should be installed, but also up and down double floor forced slow car switch.
Figure 4.4 Detailed Locations of Shaft Switches
Table 4.1 installation clearance of deceleration switch in hoist way
Installation clearance of deceleration switch in hoist way
Rated 1.0m/s 1.5m/s 1.6m/s 1.75m/s2.0m/s 2.5/ms3.0m/s 3.5m/s 4.0m/s
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decel
eratio
1.2~2.0
2.2~2.6
2.4~2.6
2.2~2.6
2.2~2.6
2.2~2.6
2.2~2.6
2.2~2.6
2.2~2.6
Doub
decel
eratio
No No No No
3.4~4.0
4.9~5.6
4.9~5.6
4.9~5.6
4.9~5.6
decel
eratio
No No No No No No
6.8~7.5
8.8~9.5
7.0~8.1
Four-
decel
eratio
No No No No No No No No
11.2~12
4.3.4 Upper and Lower Leveling Inductor
In elevator integrated drive control system, two pairs of up and down leveling inductor and several
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Table 4.1 requirement for inductor and magnetic vane
Category Leveling Inductor
Door Range Inductor
for PRE-OPENING of
door
Type, Material Either Permanent magnet
inductor or photoelectric
switch works. The latter type
is recommended for higher
response precision
Permanent-magnet
inductor
Iron plate thickness
1.5mm
Qty. 2 2 as per the number of floors if no
other special required.
Height,
Length, Depth
Car top Car top Elevator shaft
Precautions Grounded Grounded
Table 4.1 Detailed Requirements of Inductor and Magnetic Vane
Important! When inductors are made of non-insulated materials, they must be grounded
appropriately!
4.4 main circuit terminal wiring
4.4.1 The arrangement of main circuit terminal

4.4.2 The main circuit terminal labeling and function description
Please take reference to
table 4.1 for main circuit terminal function description
Table 4.1 main circuit terminal function description

Terminal mark
Terminal function description
DC reactor can be connected. Shorting before delivery
external brake resistor connected
DC bus negative output terminal
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Main circuit AC power input, three-phase input power
supply connected.
Integrated drive controller output, three phase
synchronous/asynchronous motor connected.
4.4.3 Main circuit wire specification
The conductor is 600V copper-core plastic insulation conductor for power supply. See Table 4.2
for conductor specification and fastening torque.
Table 4.2 conductor specification and fastening torque
Model
AS380
Connectable wire
specification
Recommended wire
specification
torque
2S01P1 2
6 2.5 1.5
2S02P2 2
6 4 1.5
2S03P7 2
6 4 1.5
4T02P2 2
6 4 1.5
4T03P7 2
6 4 1.5
4T05P5 2
6 4 1.5
4T07P5 4
8 6 2.5
4T0011 4
8 6 2.5
4T0015 4
8 6 2.5
4T18P5 8
16 16 4.0
4T0022 8
16 16 4.0
4T0030 14
25 25 9
4T0037 35
100 35 9
4T0045 35
100 50 9.0
4T0055 60
100 60 18.0
4T0075 80
125 80 18.0
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Important
Wire specification is decided in accordance with the conditions of surrounding temperature
and wire temperature allowable 75
The main circuit of integrated drive control adopted the open terminals; round crimping
terminal should be used for the open terminals. Please check the table 4.3 for the round crimping
terminal.
Table 4.3 round crimping terminal
Wire cross-section
Terminal screw specification
Round crimping terminal
specification
0.5
M3.5 1.25/3.5
M4 1.25/4
0.75
M3.5 1.25/3.5
M4 1.25/4
1.25
M3.5 1.25/3.5
M4 1.25/4
M3.5 2/3.5
M4 2/4
M5 2/5
M6 2/6
M8 2/8
3.5/5.5
M45.5/4
M5 5.5/5
M6 5.5/6
M8 5.5/8
M5 8/5
M6 8/6
M8 8/8
14
M6 14/6
M8 14/8
22
M6 22/6
M8 22/8
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30/38 M8 38/8
50/60
M8 60/8
M10 60/10
80
M10
80/10
100 100/10
Important
To confirm the wire cross-section, please take fu
ll consideration the voltage drop of the wire.
The general principle for selection is that the voltage should be maintained within the 2% of rated
voltage. When the voltage drops too big, the wire cross-section should be increased accordingly.
The formula for voltage drop calculation is as follow:
Inter-wire voltage drop(v) =
* wire resistor
* current
4.4.4 The main circuit composition
Fig 4.4 Main circuit composition
4.4.5 The detailed description of main circuit terminal wiring
4.4.5.1 grounding terminal
a) three-phase AC power supply is recomme
nded to adopt the specialized grounding pole with
good grounding performance. The grounding resistance should be below 10
b) Grounding line should not be shared with welding machine and other power equipment.
S
T
Power
Control
Circuit
Emergency
Power
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equipment technical standards. Moreover, the grounding line should be as short as possible. If the
distance between the grounding line and the earth point is too far, the electricity leakage of
integrated drive controller may cause the instabili
ty of the electric potential of grounding terminal.
d) Grounding line should adopt the multi-strand co

Fig 4.5 multi-elevator integrated drive controllers wiring
4.4.5.3
+48V DC connecting terminal
When encountering the blackout, battery will be activated to supply
+48V
DC low voltage
Power through R.S terminal to elevator integrated drive controller , and elevator will run
U/T1
V/T2
W/T3
Emergy
plug
battery
Brake resistor
3-phase power supply
Integrated drive
T/L3
Short-circuit
block
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power line into the elevator integrated
drive controller as well as vice verse.
Special note: please use the specialized noise fi
lter of elevator integr
ated drive controller.
The right setting of noise filter at the side of power supply is as fig 4.7
Fig 4.7 the right setting of noise filter at the side of power supply
The wrong setting of noise filter at the side
of power supply is as fig 4.8 and fig 4.9
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External connected DC reactor wiring see fig 4.11
Fig 4.11 external connected DC reactor wiring
4.4.5.5 external-connected braking resistor terminal
a) There are braking unit in all type of AS380 el
evator integrated drive controller. in order to
release the feedback energy of br
aking motor, braking resistor must be connected externally, the
specification of braking resistor see the table 1.6.
1 braking resistor configuration of chapter 1.
DCresLstor
SKort-cLrcuLtbOocN
DCreactor
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controller overheat or damage.
No connection of capacitor at the output side of integrated drive controller see fig 4.13
/T3
U/T1
:/T3
The schematic diagram of no connection of capacitor at the output side of integrated drive
controller
4.5 anti-interference measures.
4.5.1 The specialized noise filter connected at the output side.
In order to suppress the noise created at th
e output side of integrated drive controller,
specialized noise filter can be connected at the outp
ut side of integrated dr
ive controller. please see
fig 4.14 for the wiring of noise filter at the output side of integrated drive controller.
Fig .4.14 the wiring at the output side of integrated drive controller
4.5.2 Main circuit wiring arrangement
In order to suppress the radiated interference created at the output side of integrated drive
controller and improve the anti-i
nterference performance, the wire
of main circuit and that of
control circuit should be separa
ted. The wire of main circuit should go through the grounding
metal tube and should be 10cm away from the signal wire. The wiring arrangement of main circuit
is as below fig 4.15
RadLatLoLterferece
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Fig 4.15 the wiring arrangement schematic diagram of main circuit
elevator integrated drive
controller and the motor room
Below 50m
Below 100m
Above 100m
Carrier frequency Below 11kHz Below 8kHz Below 5kHz

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4.6 Wiring of Control Circuit Terminals
4.6.1 Layout of Control Circuit Terminals
Layout of control circuit terminals is as shown in Fig.4.17.
Fig .4.17 Control Circuit Terminals
4.6.2 Functional Description of Control Circuit Terminals
See Table 4.4 for functional description of control circuit terminals.
Table 4.4 Functional Description of Control Circuit Terminals
No
location
remark
JP1
JP1.1 XCOM X20-X22 input signal common port 0V
JP1.2 X20
JP1.3 X21
door lock circuit inspection positive
voltage port
110V/220V input
Input
communication
low-voltage
Extensive
Relay output
High-voltage
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JP1.4 X22
Hall door lock circuit inspection
positive voltage port
110V/220V input
Input
JP1.5 XCOM
X20-X22 input signal common port 0V,
internally connected to JP1.1
JP2
JP2.1 Y0 Band brake contactor output Output
JP2.2 Y1 Band brake strong contactor output Output
JP2.3 Y2 Main contactor output Output
JP2.4 COM1 Output relay Y0-Y3 common port
JP3
JP3.1 Y3 Door pre-opening relay Output
blackout emergency stop leveling
JP3.3 COM2 output relay Y3-Y4 common port
JP3.4 Y5 firefighting signal output Output
JP3.5 COM3 output relay Y5 common port
JP3.6 Y6 reserved ,standby Output
JP3.7 COM4 output relay Y6 common port
JP4
JP4.1 0V 0V DC
JP4.2 CAN0H
instruction serial communication signal
TXA0+
JP4.3 CAN0L
instruction serial communication signal
TXA0-
JP5
JP5.1 0V 0V DC
JP5.2 CAN1H
parallel connection serial communication
signal port
TXA1+
JP5.3 CAN1L
parallel connection serial communication
signal port
TXA1-
JP6
JP6.1 0V quarantine OV DC
CAN2H Community monitoring
TXA2+
CAN2L Community monitoring
TXA2-
JP7
G5VIO Isolating power 0V
+5VIO Isolating power +5V
Empty slot
G24VIO opt coupler input shield power 0V
+24VIO opt coupler input shield power +24V
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JP8
Inspection signal 1
disconnection as
inspection
X0 and X1 all connected as
automatic
Input
Normal
close
inspection signal 2, disconnection as
inspection, X0 and X1 all connected as
automatic
Input
Normal
close
move up signal ,inspection, inch moving
up, attendant, move up and change
direction
Input
move down, inspection, inching move
down, attendant, move down and change
direction
Input
upward No 1 terminal deceleration
switch
Input
Normal
close
Downward No 1 terminal deceleration
switch
Input
Normal
close
upper leveling switch Input
under leveling switch Input
motor power supply contactor inspectionInput
Normal
close
band brake contactor inspection Input
Normal
close
JP9
JP9.1 X10 left band brake switch Inspection Input
JP9.2 X11 right band brake switch inspection Input
JP9.3 X12 motor temperature inspection signal Input
JP9.4 X13 door pre-opening relay inspection Input
JP9.5 X14 door zone signal inspection Input
JP9.6 X15
JP9.7 X16
blackout emergency leveling
input/earthquake/ building backup power
supply( parameter selection)
Input
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JP9.8 X17 door interlock circuit relay inspection Input
Normal
close
JP9.9 X18
upward No 2 terminal deceleration
switch
Input
JP9.10 X19
downward No 2 terminal deceleration
Input
JP10
JP10.1 +24VIO
input isolating power supply +24v,
internally connect to JP7.5
JP10.2 VSIO
Externally connect to JP 10.1, Effective
low level input, at this time JP10.3 as
input common port. Externally connect to
JP10.3, effective high level input, at this
time JP10.1 as input common port.
JP10.3 G24VIO
input shield power OV, internally connect
with JP7.4
JP11
JP11.1
0V analog quantity input 0V
JP11.2
AIN- differential analog quantity input
JP11.3
AIN+ differential analog quantity input
Note
The connection on the load cell is as follows
the sensor simulation quantity output is
connected to JP11.3. the sensor 0V connect to JP11.2 and JP11.1 and JP11.2 should be shorted.
4.6.3 Dip switch setting method
ON
Monitoring CAN terminal
resistor effective condition
SW2 default setting is OFF
OFF
Monitoring CAN terminal
resistor invalid condition
ON program recording condition
OFF normal working condition
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4.6.4 Wire specification of control circuit
The control circuit should adopt the 600V pressure
-proof plastic insulated copper core wire. The
wire specification and fastening torque see table 4.5

Table 4.5 wire specification and fastening torque
model
Spec of connectible
wire mm
recommended wire
Fastening torque
N.m
AS380 all series
0.75
1 0.75 1.5
The wire specification is subjec
t to the surrounding temperature 50
and allowable wire
temperature 75
4.6.3 main extension board SM09I0/C introduction
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4.6.3.2 main extension boar
d SM09IO/C plug-in and port
definition and Configurable
Table 4.5 IO
main extension board SM09IO/C plug in specification
Table 4.6 IO
main extension board SM09IO/C Configurable content
JP1 input
0 Emergency Levelling 1 earthquake
2 Back-up power 3 Overload
4 Full load 5 Light-load
6 Fireman 7 Elevator Lock-out
8 Self-tuning of Shaft Inform
12 upward No 3 terminal
deceleration
13 downward No 3 terminal deceleration
14 upward No 4 terminal
deceleration
15 downward No 4 terminal deceleration
16 up limit 17 down limit
JP2 output
0 pre door-opening slowdown
output
V0.3m/s
1 Fan output
2 Up 3 Down
4 Door lock 5 Door-zone
6 Front door open 7 Front door close
JP1
JP2
JP3
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8 Rear door open 9 Rear door close
10 Not stop at door-zone 11 Fault
12 Run 13 Emergency Level state output
Note
˖ 1ǃ Input and output functional description can be set by the program
same function cannot be
PG card type
Motor type
model
Input signal
remarks
incremental
12V
Asynchronous/synchronousAS.T025
Collector open
circuit signal
push-pull signal
voltage 12V
type
synchronous AS.T024
differential signal
incremental
5V
Asynchronous/synchronousAS.T041
Collector open
circuit signal,
push-pull signal,
differential signal
voltage 5V
Endat
absolute
value
synchronous AS.L06/L
Endat output signal
4.7.1 ABZ incremental 12v PG card
ABZ incremental 12v PG card (model AS.T025) can receive the output signal of tow types of
encoder with the installation of encoders of collector open circuit signal and push-pull signal
4.7.1.1 ABZ incremental 12v PG card terminal layout
Please see fig 4.18 for the ABZ incremental 12v PG card
model AS.T025
terminal layout
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Fig 4.18 ABZ incremental 12v PG card terminal layout
4.7.1.2 ABZ incremental 12v PG card terminal labeling
ABZ incremental 12v PG card terminal labeling as following
JP3 frequency-dividing output terminal
JP2 output terminal
A+
A-
4.7.1.3 ABZ incremental 12 v PG card terminal function description
ABZ incremental 12 V PG card terminal functions description see table 4.6
Table 4.6 ABZ incremental 12v PG card terminal function description
name
Terminal
label
Terminal
function
description
specification
Frequenc
y-dividin
g signal
output
FA
Frequency-divid
ing signal output
A phase
Triode collective open output
max output
frequency 100kHz
0V 24V GND
Frequency-divid
ing signal output
B phase
0V 24V GND
input
Encoder A phase
Open collector/push-pull
max input frequency
100kHz
A-
Encoder A phase
signal -
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Encoder B phase
Encoder B phase
signal -
Encoder Z phase
Encoder Z phase
signal -
Encoder power
positive pole
Voltage 12VDC
max output current 500mA
V-
Encoder power
negative pole
grounding
shield line grounding terminal
4.7.1.4 ABZ incremental 12 V PG card input terminal and wiring for encoder output signal
ABZ incremental 12V PG card can receive the output signal of tow types of encoder: collector
open circuit signal and push-pull signal
Fig 4.19 the wiring of encoder collective open circuit signal
集开输出
CC
P*卡接线板
屏蔽线接地
Fig 4.20 the wiring of encoder push-pull signal
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推挽输出
CC
P*卡接线板
屏蔽线接地
4.7.2 SIN/COS PG card
Sin/Cos PG card (model AS.T024) can receive the sin/cos differential output signal of
encoder and be available for the installation of
encoder of sin/cos differential output signal
4.7.2.1 sin/cos PG card terminal layout
Sin/cos PG card terminal layout see fig 4.21
4.7.2.2 SIN/COS PG card terminal label
SIN/COS PG card (AS.T024) terminal label is shown as following:
JP3 terminal label
FA
JP2 terminal label
NC NCR- R+ B-B+A-A+D-D+C-C+0V V+
4.7.2.3 SIN/COS PG card terminal function description
SIN/COS PG card (AS.T024) terminal description see table 4.7
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name
Terminal
label
Terminal function
description
specification
Collec
open
output
FA
Frequency-dividing
signal output A phase
Triode collective open output
max output
frequency 100kHz
0V 24V GND
Frequency-dividing
signal output B phase
0V 24V GND
er
Encoder A phase
Differential signal max input frequency
100kHz
B+,B-
Encoder B phase
R+,R- Encoder Z signal
C+,C- Encoder SIN signal
D+,D- Encoder COS signal
V+ +5V
0V +5V GND
4.7.2.4 sin/cos PG card input teriminla and encoder output signal wiring
Sin/cos PG card can receive the sin/cos differential signal of encoder
Fig 4.22 the wiring of encoder
Fig 4.2.2 the wiring of sin/cos differential output signal of encoder
SIN/COS编码器
5N:
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4.7.2.5 the encoder signal tieline of sin/cos PG card
For the convenience of on-site wiring, the encoder signal tieline is provided for Sin/Cos PG card.
The tieline will turn encoder signal into D-type 15 pin plug through connection. The detailed
definition is as follows:
屏蔽层焊于DB插头的铁壳上
310
C1
塑壳
2*7
C2
DB15母头
PIN3
PIN4
PIN5
PIN6
PIN7
PIN8
PIN9
PIN 10
PIN 11
PIN 12PIN 11
PIN 10
PIN 12
PIN 13
PIN 5
PIN 6
PIN 8
PIN 1
PIN 3
PIN 4
PIN 13
PIN 14PIN 9
PIN 7
对应颜色
cos-
sin-
sin+
Fig 4.23 Sin/Cos PG tieline definition
4.7.3 ABZ incremental 5V PG card
ABZ incremental 5V PG card (model AS.T041) can
receive three kind of encoder output signal,
which mean encoder of open collector signal or
push-pull signal or differential signal can be
installed.
4.7.3.1 ABZ incremental 5V PG card terminal layout
ABZ incremental 5V PG card (model AS.T041) terminal layout see fig 4.23

Fig 4.23 ABZ incremental 5V PG card terminal layout
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4.7.3.2 ABZ incremental 5V PG card terminal label
ABZ incremental 5V PG card terminal label as follow:
JP3 frequency-dividing output terminal
JP2 input terminal
A-
4.7.3.3 ABZ incremental 5V PG card terminal function description
ABZ incremental 5V PG card terminal function description see table 4.8
Table 4.8 ABZ incremental 5V PG card terminal function description
name
Terminal
label
Terminal
function
description
specification
Frequenc
y-dividin
g signal
output
FA
Frequency-divid
ing signal output
A phase
Triode collective open output
max output
frequency 100kHz
0V 24V GND
Frequency-divid
ing signal output
B phase
0V 24V GND
input
Encoder A phase
Open collector/push-pull
max input frequency
100kHz
A-
Encoder A phase
signal -
B+
Encoder B phase
Encoder B phase
signal -
Encoder Z phase
Encoder Z phase
signal -
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positive pole
Voltage 5VDC
max output current 500mA
V-
Encoder power
negative pole
grounding
shield line grounding terminal
4.7.4 Endat absolute value PG card
Endat absolute value PG card (model AS.l06/l) can receive endat output signal of encoder,
which mean it can install the encoder with endat output signal. For example the HEADS model:
1313 or 413 encoder
4.7.4.1 Endat absolute value PG card terminal layout
Endat absolute value PG card ( model AS.L06/L ) terminal layout see fig 4.24

Fig .4.24 Endat absolute value PG card terminal layout
4.7.4.2 Endat absolute value PG card terminal label
Endat absolute value PG card terminal label as follow:
JP3 terminal label
FA
JP2 terminal label (14 pin plug)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10111213 14
NC NCNC NC B-B+A-A+D-D+C-C+0V V+
4.7.4.3 Endat absolute value PG card terminal function description
Endat absolute value PG card terminal function description see table 4.9
Table 4.9 Endat absolute value PG card terminal function description
name
Terminal
label
Terminal function
description
specification
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4.7.4.4 Endat absolute value PG card encoder signal tieline
For the convenience of on-site wiring, encoder sign
al tieline is provided for Endat absolute value
PG card. The tieline can turn encoder signal into D-type 15 pin plug through connection. The
Collec
open
output
FA
Frequency-dividing
signal output A phase
triode collective open output (max output
frequency 100khz) max output current
50mA,
0V GND
Frequency-dividing
signal output B phase
0V GND
+12V 12V power output
input
Encoder A phase
differential signal, max input frequency
100kHz
B+,B-
Encoder B phase
C+,C- Encoder clock signal
D+,D- Encoder data signal
V+ +5V
0V +5V
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屏蔽层焊于DB插头的铁壳上
C1
2*7
C2
DB15母头
PIN 5
PIN 6
PIN 7
PIN 8
PIN 14
PIN 13
PIN 9
PIN 10
PIN 11
PIN 12PIN 11
PIN 12
PIN 5
PIN 6
PIN 14
PIN 13
PIN 1
PIN 2
PIN 3
PIN 4cos-
对应颜色
cos+
sin-
dat-
clk-
clk+
红/白
黄/黑
橙/黑
Fig 4.25 Endat absolute value tieline definition
4.7.5 Notice item for PG card terminal wiring
Important
Encoder signal line should be arranged separately with main circuit and other power line. Do not
arrange the lines in close parallel. The encoder wiring is shield line. Shield layer of shield line
should be connected to terminal grounding PE
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AS 380 integrated drive controller is equipped with operator of LED indicator and 7-segment
code display. The programmable LED indicator in it can display the I/O condition and other basic
information of elevator. The 7-segment code can display the integrated unit parameter and fault
code. Besides, AS380 integrated drive controller can also support LCD handheld operator for the
elevator advanced adjustment.
5.1 The 7-segment display operator
The appearance and definition of 7-segment display operator is as the below photo 5.1. The
L19 MONITO
Community
monitor
communication
Flashin communication
L20 STATE CPU in work Rapid
flash-normal/mid-speed-self-studying/low-speed-elevato
r fault/no flash-manufacturer contact
L21 CAN car/hoist way
communication
flash-in communication
LED indicator
light
7-segement
display
Function key
LCD handheld
operator port
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L22 GROUP Parallel
connected/grou
p control
communication
flash-in communication
L23 INS/NOR inspection/auto
mode
Light on mean auto/light off mean inspection
L24 ENCODE rotating encoderLight on speed feed back
L26 DL Master door
lock
Light on- master door lock circuit turn on
L27 HDL Hall door lock light on- hall door lock circuit turn on
5.1.2 Function key
9 button at the under part of operator, the key function see table 5.1
Table 5.1 button function description
button
Button
name
function
Up button
1.move up by one item when browsing menu
2. the current number increase by 1 when input data
Down
button
1. move down by one item when browsing menu
2. the current number decrease by 1 when input data
Left button
1.move left one menu when select function
2. move left cursor when input data
button
1.move right one menu when select function
2.move right cursor when input data
1.cancel input when input data
Enter button
1.change parameter when browsing parameter
2. save when input data
button
1.enter the LED indicator light function select interface
2.enter the open/close door control interface
F1 button
Press the button at open/close
control interface to open the
door
F2 button
Press the button at open/close control interface to close the
door
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5.1.3 Operator handling
5.1.3.1 Menu structure
Main menu structure is as the below fi
g 5.2. the operation inte
rface adopt the one level
menu structure due to the structure confinement of 7-segment and button. Press left and right
Instruction
registered
Self-study
instruction
Front/rear
door allowed
System year
System date
System time
Hoist way
Car top panel
input condition
Password
login
Process
diagnosis
Control
parameter
reset
LED function
selection
Door open/close
control
MENU
key
Rear door
Drive
parameter
reset
Floor display
Input type
allowed
Elevator speed
Elevator running
condition
Fault code
reset
Drive
program
version
Control
program
version
Fig 5.2 menu structure
5.1.3.2 Operation introduction for menus that use left or right button to switch
Door condition
Floor
Running condition
This menu will display the basic condition of elevator, including running condition, floor
located, and door condition.
At the item: the running condition
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mean elevator moving up
mean elevator moving down
mean elevator stop
The floor located is expressed with two digit of
decimal system
At the item: door condition
Mean door opening
mean door opening in place
mean door closing
mean door closing in place
elevator speed
This menu display the current running speed of elevator, the unit is M/S. as above fig, the current
speed displayed is 1.75m/s
3 fault code
Fault code
Fault code serial No
The integrated unit can save up to 20 fault code. The latest fault code serial no is 00. use up or
down key to browse the these fault code. Press enter key to display the fault date, press left or
right key to check the time and floor th
at fault occurred. Press esc to quit.
4 System years
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The above picture show: the year
2010, Y is the abbreviation of year, when need to modify,
press enter button, the figure in the lowest order start to flash, use left or right button to select the
figure required for modification. The selected figure start to flash. Then use up or down button to
the enter button to confirm the modification.
5 System date
The above picture show: 8 month 12 day. d is the abbreviation of day. When need ot modify,
press the enter button. The figure in the lowest order start to flash, use the left or right button to
select the figure required for modification. The selected figure starts to flash. Then use up or down
button to modify the figure, press the enter button to confirm the modification.
6 System time
The above figure show: 15 hour 36 minutes, T
is abbreviation of time. Please note, the T
displayed in the integrated unit is always shown as
that in the above figure,
due to the confinement
of 7-segment code. When need to modify, press enter key the figure in the lowest order start to
flash. Use left or right key to se
lect the figure required for modificat
ion. The selected figure starts
to flash. Then use the up or down button to modify the figure. Press the enter button to confirm the
modification.
Hoist way parameter
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The parameter shows the data of floor hoist way, the length of leveling plate, distance of leveling
P01-P64 1-64floor hoist way data
P65 Leveling plate length
P66 Leveling switch center distance
P67 1 floor up deceleration switch distance
P68 2 floor up deceleration switch distance
P69 3 floor up deceleration switch distance
P70 4 floor up deceleration switch distance
P71 1 floor down deceleration switch distance
P72 2 floor down deceleration switch distance
P73 3 floor down deceleration switch distance
P74 4 floor down deceleration switch distance
8 car top panel input condition
GX serial No
GX input condition
The above figure show the GX0 has no input, press up or down to select GX serial no the serial no
start from 0 to 15. After finished the selection of
corresponding serial no GX, the figure in the
highest order show the input to this input terminal is valid or not. (O represents no valid input. 1
represent valid input)
HX serial No
HX input condition
The above figure show: HX0 has no input. Press up or
down to select HX serial No. serial no start
from 0-15. after finishing the selection of corresponding serial no HX
the figure in the highest
order show the input to this input terminal is valid or not ( o represent no valid input , 1 represent
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valid input)
9 Password login
Press enter button to enter the menu as the below fig
Password input
the password show
in the figure is 149
In the login menu, you will see login, press the
enter button, the figure in the lowest order of
LED display start to flash, use up or down button to select the needed figure. Use left or right to
select the needed figure. The selected figure star
t to flash, which mean it has entered into the
figure input stat. use up or down button again to select the figure needed to input. After finishing
the password input, press the enter button to finish the login. If the password inputted is correct,
the word login will display on the screen after pressing the enter button. If the password is
wrong, the password input stat will remain after pressing the enter button, use esc button to quit.
Please note, only elevator condition and parameter can be browsed if not login. Only in login stat
can be authorized to modify the parameter.
10 process diagnosis
Stat code
This menu shows the current status of elevator. Use one two digit status code to show, the
definition of status code is as follow:
Table 5.4 status coder definition
description
1 Elevator fault
2 Motor overheat
3 Elevator overload
5 Door open button action(door open button or
same-direction hall call button action)
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6 Door lock short circuit/door open limit action
7 Elevator door opening
8 Elevator door closing
9 Door closing limit action
10 Upward limit
11 Downward limit
13 KMY contact inspecting
14 KMB contact inspecting
15 In zero speed servo
16 Elevator by pass
17 Elevator running
18 Elevator door lock disconnect
19 Hoist way study not finished
20 Frequency converter
enabling stat check
Because F parameter has many values, the serial
No of parameter is displayed in three digits.
Moreover the parameter itself need multi-digit to display. The special treatment is adopted in
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Input type parameter
X input point
Input type parameter
GX input point
Input type parameter
HX input point
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Use the up or down button to select the X or GX or HX input point needed to modify. Press the
Parking floor allowed
Actual floor
Use up and down button to select the floor need to modify. Please note, the floor mentioned here is
the actual floor ( or the control floor) press the ente
r button. The selected value start to flash, press
the up and down button to set the value. press the enter button to confirm, in which 1 mean
parking allowed, 0 mean parking prohibited.
Login authorization is required for the parking floor allowed modification, Once modify
parameter and press the enter button in non login stat, login menu will pop up.
15 instruction registration
Use up and down button to select the floor needed to register the instruction, press the enter button,
to register the instruction.
16 self-study instruction
The above picture will display once enter the menu.
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Self-study instruction
Press the enter button when need to do the hoist way study, the figure in the lowest order start to
flash, press the up button , figure 0 change to 1. Press the enter button again to confirm, as the
Door open allowed enable or not
Floor
Front door
The above picture mean: shield 1 floor front door
open allowed. Fd is the abbreviation of Front
door. Press the up and down button to browse the front door open allowed parameter of
corresponding floor. Press the enter button to make modification. The figure in the lowest order
starts to flash, use up or down button to modify the figure into 0 or 1. Press the enter button to
confirm the modification (0 is to shield front door
open allowed function, 1 is to allow front door
open function)
Login authorization is required for the front door open allowed modification, Once modify
parameter and press the enter button in non login stat, login menu will pop up.
18 rear door open allowed
Door open allowed or not
Floor
Rear door
The above picture mean: shield 1 floor rear door open
allowed. Rd is the abbreviation of rear door.
Press the up and down button to browse the rear door open allowed parameter of corresponding
floor. Press the enter button to make modification. The figure in the lowest order starts to flash,
use up or down button to modify the figure into 0 or 1. Press the enter button to confirm the
modification (0 is to shield rear door open allowed
function, 1 is to allow rear door open function)
Login authorization is required for the rear door open allowed modification, Once modify
parameter and press the enter button in non login stat, login menu will pop up.
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The menu realizes the reset of control parameter F200-F255. Please note the control parameter
The menu realizes the fault code reset. Please note
the fault code reset is only valid when the login
level is equal or more than the level-2. There is
no use to press enter button if the login level is not
qualified. Once the login qualification is met, press the enter button to enter into the menu for the
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The menu shows the program version of drive part of integrated unit. The screen will display the
program version 30.03 after 1 second waiting. Then the word ver1 and 30.03 will alternatively
display, each of which will last for 1 second
23 control program version
The menu shows the program version of control part of integrated unit. The screen will display
the program version E02 of the control part one second later, as per the above picture. Then the
words VER 2and E02 will alternatively display, each of which will last for 1 second.
5.1.3.3 Use Menu to switch among various menus
Use up and down button to select the definition code of 18 LED indicator light L1-L8. press enter
button to confirm. The LED indicator light will change as per the code definition. The definition
code of L1-L8 is as following table 5.5
Table .5.5 L1-L8 display content selection
Nixie
tube
display
luminous
diode
code
Display content remark
L1 door lock relay output signal Maintenance
running startup
condition, all 8
L2 main contactor contact input signal( no contact adhesion
and light on )
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L3 band brake contactor contact input signal ( contactor no
adhesion , light on)
light on means that
peripheral signal
running
L4 band brake switch ( input point normal and light on)
L5 motor overheat( input point normal and light on)
L6 up limit switch ( compound) status signal
L7 down limit switch ( compound ) status signal
L8 inspection upward/downward signal( light on as signal
exist
L10 main contactor drive signal The internal status
as inspection
running. all six
light on one by one
when inspection
run normally.
L11 enable signal
L12 signal for moving up /down
L13 running signal feed from drive part
L14 band brake contactor drive signal
L15 speed curve given or not
L1 down limit switch status- light off, no move down Hoist way switch
and leveling switch
status. Light on
means the
connection of
external input point
L2 down level-1 forced deceleration switch on-off
L3 down level-2 forced deceleration switch on-off
L4 down level-3 forced deceleration switch on-off
L5 down level-4 forced deceleration switch on-off
L6 up level-1 forced deceleration switch on-off
L7 up level-2 forced deceleration switch on-off
L8 up level-3 forced deceleration switch on-off
L9 up level-4 forced deceleration switch on-off
L10 up limit switch status- light off, do not move up
L11 up leveling switch on-off
L12 down leveling switch on-off
main contactor contact input signal ( contactor no
adhesion and light on)
L3 band brake contactor contact input signal( contact no
adhesion and light on)
L4 band brake switch
L5 motor overheating
L6 up limit switch ( compound) status signal
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L7 down limit switch ( compound ) status signal
L8 door close limit switch signal ( front and rear door)
L9 light on when no internal startup fault exist
L10 front valid signal registration existed or not
L11 auto hi-speed status signal
L12 main contactor drive signal The internal status
of quick car
running. All six
light on one by one
when the quick car
run normally.
L13 enable signal
L14 up direction/down direction signal
L15 running signal feed from drive part
L16 band brake contactor drive signal
L17 speed curve given or not
L1 front door open limit on-off Door open/close
signal. Light on
mean external
input point is
connected.
L2 front door close limit on-off
L3 rear door open limit on-off
L4 rear door close limit on-off
L5 front door safety edge switch on-off
L6 rear door safety edge switch on-off
L7 front door light curtain switch on-off
L8 rear door light curtain switch on-off
L9 overload switch on-off
L10 door open button signal
L11 door close button signal
L12 present floor door open signal
L13 light on when in attendant status or independent status
L14 light on when in firemen operation status
L15 front door open output
L16 front door close output
L17 rear door open output
L18 rear door close output
L1 main contactor contact input on-off Contact inspection
signal, light on
mean external
signal connected.
L2 band brake contactor contact input on-off
L3 No 1 band brake inspection switch contact input on-off
L4 No 2 band brake inspection switch contact input on-off
L7 door lock circuit high-voltage point input on-off
L8 door lock relay contact point input on-off
L10 main contactor drive output
L11 band brake contactor drive output
L1 down limit switch status Main input signal
logic status
L2 down level-1 forced deceleration switch status
L3 down level-2 forced deceleration switch status
L4 down level-3 forced deceleration switch status
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L5 down level-4 forced deceleration switch status
L6 up level-1 forced deceleration switch status
L7 up level-2 forced deceleration switch status
L8 up level-3 forced deceleration switch status
L9 up level-4 forced deceleration switch status
L10 up limit switch status
L11 up leveling switch status
L12 down leveling switch status
L14 motor overheat signal
Corresponding input point
X0

X17 status
Main board input
point on-off, light
on means the
external input point
is connected
L2 main contactor contact input signal ( contactor no
adhesion, light on)
L3 band brake contactor contact input signal ( contactor no
adhesion, light on)
L4 band brake switch
L5 motor overheat
L6 up limit switch( compound) status signal
L7 down limit switch( compound) status signal
L8 door close limit switch signal ( front and rear door)
L9 light on if startup internally is good.
L10 self-study command 1 The internal status
of hoist way
self-study, all six
light on one by one
when the self-study
run.
L11 next level forced slowdown status
L12 down leveling switch status
L13 up leveling switch status
L14 self-study command 2
L15 self-study startup
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2 Door open/close control
When Bit 3 of parameter F165 (door open./close control ) is set to 1, the door open/close
function of LED operator is activated. Press the F1 at this interface to make system output the
door open signal. Press F2 to make the system output door close signal.
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5.2 LCD handheld operator
5.2.1 LCD handheld operator introduction
LCD handheld operator is a specialized tool for system adjustment and maintenance. it consists of
a LCD display and film buttons. And the main functions are described below:
Main monitor interface
The following elevator status can be monitored via LCD display:
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The following schematic diagram show how the integrated device connected to handheld operator
Fig. 5.3 the integrated device and handheld operator
Please note:
1) The connection of operator (including plug-in and pull out) can be done in hot plug mode when
the integrated device power on.
2) Do not knock or drop the operator and not to use it in bad environment.
5.2.3 Handheld operator function
The outer appearance of handheld op
erator is as blew fig 5.4. the detailed introduction about the
operation key function is listed in table 5.5
Fig 5.4 handheld operator outer appearance
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Shortcut
key
1. Return to elevator status interface when it is not in status interface
2. Enter fault inquiry interface from elevator status interface
1. Return to elevator status in
terface from fault
inquiry interface
2. Enter when elevator status interface display
3. Enter the car call interface when I/O status check interface display
Enter speed curve window
Direction
key
1.Move up by one item in function selection
2.Increase 1 of the present data in data input
3.Move up by 16 items
1.Move down by one item in function selection
2.Decrease 1 of the present data in data input
3.Move down by 16 items for selecting bit parameter
1.Move up by 10 items in function selection
2.Move cursor left for data input
1.Move down by 10 items for function selection
2.Move right for data input
3.Move right by one item for bit setting
Function
key
1.Return to previous menu
2.Cancel data input
1.Enter function selection
2. Enter edit status when viewing data
2.Save data input
5.2.4 Introduction to display interface of LCD hand-held operator
5.2.4.1 display interface classification
The below table show several mina display interface of handheld operator.
Table 5.6 the
type and main content of display interface
Interface name Main content
Mode selection
interface
Mode selection
Press esc to enter
manuall

Press enter to auto in
The first status when power on a
nd all well connected. Operator mode
select, for the integrated device ,p
lease press enter button to enter
automatically
Version interface
version
NSPE02

30.03
Press enter button to enter the interface when power on and all well
connected. The program version is shown. The third line is the elevator
drive program version.
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The forth line is the elevator control program version
Login interface
Password login
In this interface, input the password and login and user can check the
elevator running status.
Note: if the password input is incorrect, only
main monitor interface, monitor
status interface and re-login
interface can be seen ,
Elevator status display
Auto single-elev
Door lock closed
1 flr 0.00m/s
=== 00000018 ===
Press F1 to return to this window
if not in error re
cord window after
login. It includes the following contents in this window:
Function selection
This window contains the following functions: monitor, parameters
5.2.4.2 Operations from power on to elevator status window
Please refer to the following steps to view the elev
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Picture 5.5 operations from power on to elevator status window
Take the operation of login as an example: (initial password is 1234; youd better change the
initial password)
Step Key Display on operator Remark
Power on To see picture 5.5
Enter login window
Press 4 times
Press 3 times
Press 2 times
Password input is finished
Log in, and enter elevator status
5.2.4.3 Function status switch
Press F1 key to return elevator status window if is not in error record window. Users can select
function following the fig 5.6
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ENTER
ENTER
ESC
ENTER
ESC
Adjust operation
Parameter classifciation
Value-added function
Comfort adjustment
Elevator spec
Motor spec
Level adjust
Leveling fin-tune
Input type
Floor display
Door control
Door open allow
Service landing
Time slot service landing
Parameter summary
Parameter copy
Drive status
Car call fucntion
Speed curve
Input /output
Fault recording
Hoist way data
Self-diagnosis
Program version
Switch positon
Bus communication
evaluation
Encoder evaluation
Hall call diagnosis
Main board to operator
Operator to main board
Asynchronous motor self-
study
Hoist way self-study
Terminal landing car call
Test running
Door operation
Weighing adjust
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
Time setting
Firefighting mode
Group control mode
Arrival gong lead
Light time
Attendant mode
Call classification
Double-click cancel
Main board validity
Monitor status
Re-login
Password modify
Elevator status display
Function status switch
Press Enter key after users select one function to enter the relevant detailed function window.
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5.2.4.4 Method to check monitor status
Take fault check recording 1 as an example:
l No
Key Operator status Remark
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Elevator status window
Enter function selection window
Enter secondary window
and
to select upper or lower item
View fault record
And
are used for page down and page up.
View fault information
Table 5.4 how to view
failure
history
Note: Time format in fault information is
shown in yy/mm/dd/hh/mm, in which each one
take 2 bit.
For other function in monitoring status, take the above table for operation, Use
and
for page down and page up.
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Elevator status window
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Enter function selection window
Press key to realize the function selection
Enter secondary window
times
Check the parameter F value
Para summary
Dcecl slope rate
F1 = 0.550m/s2
Check the next parameter
check the previous one
Para summary
check the previous 10 parameter
Para summary
The fig decrease by 1
The fig increase by 1
Move left to the highest bit of parameter
Move right to the lowest bit of parameter
10
Para summary
The fig decrease by 1.
11
Para summay
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Please refer to the above
steps for parameter F to modify the ot
her parameters, but please note that
some parameters like input type, service floor, door open allowed contain only two status with ON
and OFF, and press
and
key can move by 16 each time
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Elevator status window
Enter function selection window
Press key to realize function selection
Enter secondary window
Press 6 times
Press key to realize function selection
Input type
Band brake(X9)
F25 = 51
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Press 9 times
Parameter modification confirmed
Table 5.6 how to set I/O type
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When set Input Type menu
NC specifies normal close, and NO specifies normal open
5.2.4.6 Car Call function
In this function window the registered hall call and car instruction can be observed; whats more,
they can be registered with operator directly, it is very helpful for elevator debugging on jobsite.
Hall call and car instruction can be registered only
in Normal mode. Now take registering up hall
call of floor 3 as an example:
Table 5.11 the operation method of car call function
l no
Key Operator status Remark
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Elevator status window
Enter function selection window

Enter into monitor status
1 Call 1Flr.
DOWN
--------
Call
--------
UP
--------
Press twice
1 Call 3Flr.
DOWN
--------
Call
--------
UP
--------
5.2.4.7 Other function
.
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Now take resetting parameter F as an example:
Table 5.12.F parameter reset operation
l no
Key Display status Remark

Elevator status window
Enter function selection window
Press 3 times
Users must enter check code 5678 to
prevent mishandling, operation like entering
password.
Enter check code 5678
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Enter function selection window
Press 4 times
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Press 2 times
Press 9 times

Press 6 times
10
Time setup
15:20:30
09Y10M10D
Operation of password modification is very similar with the operation of parameter F modification.
enter the operation menu and modify time& password as per the parameter F modification
method.
The re-login window is like the login window, so we wont introduce again.
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Chapter 6 introduction to
In the following Table 6.1, AS 380 series elevator integrated drive controllers supporting
materials are tabulated for users making choices in
accordance with the specific configuration of
their elevators:
Name Description Remarks
Car top Control Board SM-02/H
Collect and process car top information and other
related information
required part,
Car top Extension Board
SM.09IO/B
Control rear door open/close signal and collect
information related to rear door
required part for
rear door
Car Control Board SM.02/G
Collect and process car information and other related
information
required part
Car extension board SM.09IO/B
Collect and process door open holding button, NS-SW
switch information
optional part
Instruction control panel SM-03
Command panel, installed in car operation panel,
Call &
display
control
SM-04-VRF optional part1
For call and display required part
SM-04-VSC optional part2
SM-04-HRC optional part3
SM-04-HSC optional part4
SM-04-VHL optional part5
SM-04-UL optional part6
SM-04-VL/A3 optional part7
SM-04-VL/B3 optional part8
SM-04-VSD Optional part 9
SM-04-VRJ Optional part 10
Calling board For installation of call/ display panel optional part
Operation box
For installation of instruction panel and car display
board
optional part
Brake resistor
ABZ incremental 12V PG card
AS.T025
For asynchronous motor or synchronous motor with
incremental encoder
Required par as per
the encoder type
SIN/COS PG card AS.T024
For synchronous motor
ABZ incremental 5V PG card
AS.T041
For asynchronous motor or synchronous motor with
incremental encoder
Endat PG card AS.L06/L For synchronous motor
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Group control board SM-GC For elevator group control from 3 to 8 unit
Standard group
control required
Handheld operator and
connecting wires
For elevator adjustment
Adjustment
required
accessories
6.1.1 Car top control panel SM.02/H outside view and installation dimension
Fig 6.1 car top control panel outside view
Fig 6.2 car top control baseboard installation dimension
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6.1.2 Car top control panel SM 02/H
Table 6.1 car top control panel SM.02/H plug-in specification
Table 6.2 Car top control panel SM.02/H input and output port definition
1 24V red
2 GND yellow
3 CANH green
4 CANL blue
JP2
Connecting car top extension board
JP3
1 Out put JP3.2-JP3.3 common port
2 Output HY0
down arrival gong
3 Output HY1
upper arrival gong
4 Output 0V
5 Output 24V
JP4
1 Input JP4.2-JP4.3 common port
2 Input HX0
front door close in place Default NC
3 Input HX1
front door open in place Default NC
4 Output JP4.5-JP4.7common port
5 Output HY2
front door forced close output
6 Output HY3
front door close signal
output
7 Output HY4
front door open signal output
JP5
1 Input JP5.2-JP5.3 common port
0V
2 Input HX2
front door safety edge Default NC
3 Input HX3
front door light curtain Default NO
1 Input JP6.2-JP6.4 common port
0V
2 Input HX4
light load Default NO
3 Input HX5
full load Default NO
4 Input HX6
overload Default NC
JP7
1 Parallel voice port D0, LSB
2 Parallel voice port D1
3 Parallel voice port D2
4 Parallel voice port D3
5 Parallel voice port D4
Car top control panel SM-2/H plug-in specification
JP1
CH3.96-4A
JP5
5.08-3P-V-green
JP2
IDC-14P
JP6
5.08-4P-V-green
JP3
5.08-5P-V-
JP7
CH2510-10A
JP4
5.08-7P-V-
JP8
5.08-2P-V-green
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6 Parallel voice port D5
7 Parallel voice port D6
8 Parallel voice port D7, MSB
9 Common port 0V
10 Common port
24V
1 JP8.2 common port
2 Output HY5
light fan relay
DB1
Program burning record port
SW1.1 simultaneously turn on and CAN terminal
resistor is connected, simultaneously turn
off and terminal resistor disconnected
SW2.1 simultaneously turn on and enter into the
program recording status, simultaneously
turn off and return to normal running status
Note:
1) The JP 7 port of SM-02/H outputs eight-bit
binary coding pulse signals, triggering voice
landing forecast during deceleration of car fo
r stop, one second for every pulse output. The
eight-bit output is in the mode of transistors w
ith open loop in the coll
ector and shared anode,
output voltage DC24V, current capacity 50mA. The 8-bit binary coding provides as many as
255 output status in accordance with STEP WORD BANK for display, namely, supposing t that
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Car top controller is mainly responsible for collecting part of switch-generated data
signal from car top and bottom, and transmit these signal status into main controller
through CAN bus. The switch signal is such as door-open/close input, door-open/close
Fig 6.3 car top extension board outside view
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Fig 6.4 car top extension board installation dimension
6.2.2 car top extension board SM09IO/B plug-in and port definition introduction
Table 6.3 car top extension board SM09IO/B plug in specification
Table 6.4 SM09IO/B input /output port definition when using as car top extension board
Socket no Terminal no
Definition remark
Connecting car top board SM.02/H
JP2
Connecting car top extension board
JP6
1 Output HY6
rear door open signal output
2 Output HY7
rear door close signal output
3 Output HY8
rear door nudging output
4 Output JP6.1-JP6.3 common port
1 Output HY9
door open signal output
2 Output JP7.1 common port
1 Output HY10
door close signal output
2 Output JP8.1 common port
1 Output HY11
door nudging output
2 Output JP9.1 common port
JP3
1 Input HX7
rear door open in place Default NC
2 Input HX8 rear door close in place Default NC
Car top extension board
JP1/JP2
IDC-14P
5.08-3P-V-green
JP3/JP6
5.08-4P-V-green
JP5/JP7/JP8/JP9
5.08-2P-V-green
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3 Input HX9
rear door light curtain Default NO
4 Input power
need to connect switch power
supply+24V
JP4
1 Input HX10
rear door safety edge Default NO
2 Input HX11
backup
3 JP4.1-JP4.2 Input common port,0V
JP5
1 Input HX12
backup
2 JP5.1 Input common port,0V
6.3.1 Car controller panel SM02/G outside view and installation dimension
Fig 6.5 car controller outside view
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4-葫芦孔

Fig 6.5 car control panel installation dimension
6.3.2 Car control board SM.02/G plug-in and port definition introduction
Table 6.5 car control board SM02/G plug-in specification
Table 6.6 car control board SM.02/G port definition
1 24V red
2 GND yellow
3 CANH green
4 CANL blue
JP2
connecting instruction board
JP3
connecting car extension board
JP4
car adjusting port
JP5
1 Input GX0
attendant change
direction
Default NO
2 Input GX1
attendant Default NO
3 Input GX2, Independent Default NO
4 Input GX3, attendant by-pass Default NO
5 Input GX4, firemen Default NO
Car control board
JP1
CH3.96-4A
JP5
5.08-6P
JP2/JP3
IDC-14P
JP6/JP7
CH2510-4A
JP4
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6 Input JP5.1-JP5.5 signal common
source
Default NO
JP6
1 Negative pole of power supply for
door-opening indicator light
2 positive pole of power supply for
door-opening indicator light
3 door-opening button ( GX5)
4 door-opening button
1 Negative pole of power supply for
door-closing indicator light
2 positive pole of power supply for
door-closing indicator light
3 door-closing button (GX6)
4 door closing button
DB1
program record burning slot
SW1.1 Simultaneously turn on, CAN
terminal resistor connected.
Simultaneously turn off, terminal
resistor disconnected.
SW2.1 Simultaneously turn on, program
record burning status;
simultaneously turn off, normal
running status.
ON OFF OFF OFF main operation cabinet
OFF ON OFF OFF rear
operation cabinet
OFF OFF ON OFF the disabled operation
cabinet
OFF OFF OFF ON auxiliary operation
cabinet
Table 6.7 SM09IO/B I/O Port definition when used as car extension board
Connecting car board SM.02/G
JP2
connecting the second car extension board
JP6
1 Output GY0
door-opening holding
indicator light output
2 Output GY1
standby
3 Output GY2
standby
4 Output JP6.1-JP6.3 common port
1 Output GY3
standby
2 Output JP7.1 common port
1 Output GY4
standby
2 Output JP8.1 common port
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1 Output GY5
standby
2 Output JP9.1 common port
JP3
1 Input GX7
standby
2 Input GX8
standby
3 Input GX9
standby
4 Input power supply need to connect the
power supply of switch +24V
JP4
1 Input GX10
door opening holding button
input
Default NO
2 Input GX11
NS-SW Default NO
3 JP4.1-JP4.2 Input common port,0V
JP5
1 Input GX12
standby
2 Input power supply
need to connect
switch power supply+24V
Note:
car control board is linked to the power supply and communication bus
The power supply and communication of car control board is lined in with JP1, in which
JP1.01 and JP1.02 is TXV+ and TXV-. JP1.03 and JP1.04 is TXA+ and TXA -
The input power supply of TXV+
TXV- is DC24V. TXA+ and TXA- is communication
line. The communication line must be 4-wire twisted pairs.
car control board input signal connection
Car control board mainly collect car switch-generated data signal, and transmit these signal
status to main controller through CAN bus. Th
ese switch-generated data signal such as door
open/close input, attendant, by-pass, etc.
car control board output signal connection
Car control board control the transistor output through the signal transmitted from CAN bus.
The transistor output control the output of door-opening/closing button lamp.
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6.4.1 Instruction control board SM-03 outside view and installation dimension
Fig 6.8 instruction control board outside view
4-葫芦孔
Fig 6.9 instruction controller board installation dimension
6.4.2 Instruction controller board SM-03 plug-in and port definition introduction
Table 6.7 instruction control board plug-in specification
Table 6.8 instruction control board port definition
Instruction controller board
JP1/JP2/JP3/JP4/JP5/JP6/JP7/JP8
CH2510-4
JP9/JP10
14 pin parallel dot-matrix socket
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controller pin
instruction controller

instruction controller
Connect 1
floor
instruction button
Connect 9th floor
instruction button
Connect 57th floor
instruction button
Connect 2nd floor
instruction button
Connect 10th floor
instruction button
Connect 58
instruction button
Connect 3rd floor
instruction button
Connect 11th floor
instruction button
Connect 59
instruction button
Connect 4th floor
instruction button
Connect 12th floor
instruction button
Connect 60th floor
instruction button
JP5
Connect 5th floor
instruction button
Connect 13th floor
instruction button
Connect 61st floor
instruction button
JP6
Connect 6th floor
instruction button
Connect 14th floor
instruction button
Connect 62nd floor
instruction button
JP7
Connect 7th floor
instruction button
Connect 15th floor
instruction button
Connect 63rd floor
instruction button
JP8
Connect 8th floor
instruction button
Connect 16th floor
instruction button
Connect 64th floor
instruction button
Note: instruction button and indicator lamp connection.
Pin 1 and 2 connect respectively to the - and +terminal of power supply of indicator. And
pin 3 and 4 connect to the instruction button terminal.
Fig 6.10 instruction button and indicator lamp wiring diagram
6.5 call & display control board
6.5.1 call &display control board SM-04-VRFS
SM-04-VRF outside view and installation dimension
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Fig 6.11 SM-04-VRF outside view
13.5
161.5
33.5
4.5
33.5
33.5
16.5
136.5
Fig 6.12 SM-04-VRF installation dimension
SM-04-VRF plug-in specification and port definition
Table 6.9 SM-04-VRF plug-in specification and port definition
No
description
remark
Serial communication port
in which pin 1 as TXV+, pin 2 as TXV-
pin 3 as TXA+,
pin 4 as TXA-
upward call button port (pin 1,2 as button lamp indicator, 1 as -, 2 as +, pin 3 and
4 as button input
CH2510-
downward call button port (pin 1,2 as button lamp indicator, 1 as -, 2 as +, pin 3
and 4 as button input
CH2510-
stop indicator( hall)/overload output (car) and elevator lock input port (pin 1,2 as
button lamp indicator, 1 as -, 2 as +, pin 3 and 4 as normal open contact input of
elevator lock switch)
CH2510-
JP5
Full-load indicator( hall)/firefighting output (car) (pin 1,2 as button lamp indicator, 1
as -, 2 as +, pin 3 and 4 as standby input)
CH2510-
JP6
program burning slot/RS232 communication port
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Plug in jumper to set the address code of the display board and remove the jumper
Bridge S2.1 and S2.2 and use JP2 as the button of three wire system, bridge S2.2 and
S2.3 ( or do not bridge) as the button of four wire system
Bridge S3.1 and S3.2 and use JP3 as button of three-wire system, bridge S3.2 AND
s3.3 ( or do not bridge) as button of four wire system
Resistor jumper of serial communication terminal and shortening mean the connection
to the built-in 120 ohm resistor
6.5.2 Call& display control board SM-04-HSC
Outside View & Mounting Dimensions of SM-04-HSC
Fig. 6.17 Outside View of SM-04-HSC
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13.5
161.5
136.5
35.35
Fig. 6.18 Mounting Dimensions of SM-04-HSC
Terminal Definition and Plug-in Specification on SM-04-HSC
Serial
Remarks
Serial port, of which Pin 1 for TXV+, Pin 2 for TXV-, Pin 3 for TXA+ and Pin 4 for
TXA- respectively.
RS232 port / program burn recording slot.
Up-call terminals, of which Pin 1- and Pin 2+ for button indicator, Pin 3 and Pin 4 for
button input.
CH2510-4
Down-call terminals, of which Pin 1- and Pin 2+ for button indicator, Pin 3 and Pin 4
for button input.
CH2510-4
JP5
Stop indicator (Landing)/Over load output(In-Car) and lockout input terminals, of
which Pin 1- and Pin 2+; Pin 3 and Pin 4 for the normal open contact input of the
lockout switch.
CH2510-4
JP6
full-load indicator (Landing)/
fire indicator (In-Car), of which Pin 1- and Pin 2+ for
light indicator; Pin 3 and Pin 4 for stand-by.
CH2510-4
J1/J2
Resistor jumper for serial communicat
ion terminals for connecting the 120
built-in
List 6.12 Terminal Definitions and Specification of SM-04-HSC
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6.5.3 Call & Display Control Board SM-04-VHL
Outside View & Mounting Dimensions of SM-04-VHL
Fig. 6.19 outside View of SM-04-VHL
Fig. 6.20 Mounting Dimensions of SM-04-VHL
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Terminal Definition and Plug-in Specification on SM-04-VHL
Serial
Remarks
Serial port, of which Pin 1 for TXV+, Pin 2 for TXV-, Pin 3 for TXA+ and Pin 4
for TXA- respectively.
Down-call terminals, of which Pin 3+ and Pin 4- for button indicator, Pin 1 and
Pin 2 for button input.
CH2510-4
Up-call terminals, of which Pin 3+ and Pin 4- for button indicator, Pin 1 and Pin
2 for button input.
CH2510-4
Pin 1 and Pin 2 JP8 for the input of normal open contact of the lockout switch,
Pin 3 and Pin 4 for stand-by.
CH2510-5
JP2
JP2.1 output terminal for landing arrival gong up CH2510-4
JP2.2 common port for landing arrival gongs up and down
JP2.3 output terminal for landing arrival gong down
JP2.4 output terminal for landing arrival lamp up
JP2.5 common port output for landing arrival lamp up and down
JP2.6 output terminal for landing arrival lamp down
JP7
Resistor jumper for serial communicat
ion terminals for connecting the 120
Inserting the jumper on the landing call di
splay Board of the elevator locked out
shows the lockout input on this Board in
effect. Only ONE of the display Boards
of the elevator shall be jumped to S2.
List 6.13 Terminal Definitions and Specification of SM-04-VHL
6.5.4 Call & LCD Control Board SM-04-UL
6.21 Outside View & Mounting Dimensions of SM-04-UL
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Dimension specification
Outside Dimension: 160 x 109 cm,
LCD display dimension: 110 x 86 cm
Working temperature
-10 degree---60 degree
Working humidity
95%
outside view and installation size
Fig. 6.22 outside View of SM-04-UL
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Terminal Definition and Plug-in Specification on SM-04-UL
Serial
Descriptions
Remarks
Serial port, of which Pin 1 for TXV+, Pin 2 for TXV-, Pin 3 for TXA+ and Pin 4 for
TXA- respectively.
JP11
Down-call terminals, of which Pin 1 -and Pin 2 + for button indicator, Pin 3 and Pin 4
for button input.
CH2510-4
JP12
Up-call terminals, of which Pin 1- and Pin 2+ for button indicator, Pin 3 and Pin 4 for
button input.
CH2510-4
JP10
Pin 3 and Pin 4 for the input of normal open contact of the lockout switch, Pin 1 and
Pin 2 for stand-by.
CH2510-5
Resistor jumper for serial communication terminals for connecting the 120
built-in
List 6.14 Terminal Definitions and Specification of SM-04-UL
Table 6-15 function description
Address Codes
SW5.1 ON, press on up and down call buttons.Range of Codes 0 to 48
Passengers Allowed
for Entry in Car
Display Contrast
Adjustment
in hardware Adjust the value of resistan
ce in R53 by turning
watching the change in contrast. It allows for a wide range in adjustment.
6.5.5 Car Call & LCD Control Board SM-04-VL
Outside View & Mounting Dimensions of Landing call display Board SM-04-VL16/A
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Fig. 6.23 outside View of SM-04-VL16/A
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Fig.6.24 Mounting Dimensions of SM-04-VL16/A
Table 6.16 A SM-04-VL16/A plug-in specification and port definition
Serial
Descriptions
Remarks
Serial port, of which Pin 1 for TXV+, Pin 2 for TXV-, Pin 3 for TXA+ and Pin 4 for
TXA- respectively.
Up-call terminals, of which Pin 1- and Pin 2+ for button indicator, Pin 3 and Pin 4 for
button input.
CH2510-4
Down-call terminals, of which Pin 1- and Pin 2+ for button indicator, Pin 3 and Pin 4
for button input.
CH2510-4
Pin 3 and Pin 4 of JP5 connected to the normal open contact of elevator lock switch CH2510-4
JP5
Pin 3 and Pin 4 of JP6 is the port for passenger button CH2510-4
The dip switch of serial communication terminal resistor , right turn mean the
connection of built-in 120
resistor
SW1.2 ON for display in English, OFF for display in Chinese and English together.
SW1.3 ON for 64 floor mode, otherwise, for 48 floor mode.
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6.5.6 In-car SM-04-VL/B3 outside view and installation dimension
Fig 6.25 SM-04-VL/B3 outside view
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Fig 6.26 SM-04-VL/B3 installation dimension
Table 6.16B SM-04-VL/B3 plug-in specification and port definition
Serial
Descriptions
Remarks
Serial port, of which Pin 1 for TXV+, Pin 2 for TXV-, Pin 3 for TXA+ and Pin 4 for
TXA- respectively.
Up-call terminals, of which Pin 1- and Pin 2+ for button indicator, Pin 3 and Pin 4
for button input.
CH2510-4
Down-call terminals, of which Pin 1- and Pin 2+ for button indicator, Pin 3 and Pin 4
for button input.
CH2510-4
Pin 3 and Pin 4 of JP5 connected to the normal open contact of elevator lock switch CH2510-4
JP6
Pin 3 and Pin 4 of JP6 is the port for passenger button CH2510-4
The dip switch of serial communication te
rminal resistor , right turn mean the
connection of built-in 120
resistor
SW1.2 ON for display in English, OFF for display in Chinese and English together.
SW1.3 OFF in standard mode
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6.5.7 Call& LED display control panel SM-04-VSD
The outside view and installation dimension of SM-04-VSD

Fig 6.27 SM-04-VSD outside view
Fig 6.28 SM-04-VSD installation dimension
SM-04-VSD plug-in specification and port definition
Table 6.17 SM-04-VSD plug-in specification and port definition
Serial
Remarks
Program burning record slot/ RS232 communication port
Serial communication port, in which pin 1 is TXV+, pin 2 is TXV-, pin 3 is TXA+, pin
4 is TXA-
Up-call terminals, of which Pin 1- and Pin 2+ for button indicator, Pin 3 and Pin 4 for
button input.
CH2510-4
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Down-call terminals, of which Pin 1- and Pin 2+ for button indicator, Pin 3 and Pin 4
for button input.
CH2510-4
JP5
Pin 1 and Pin 2 is the elevator-lock indicator output, Pin 3 and 4 are Normal open
contact input of elevator-lock
CH2510-4
JP6
standby
CH2510-4
Bridge S2.1 and S2.2 to use JP2 as the button of three-wire system, otherwise , used as
stem.
Bridge S3.1 and S3.2 to use JP3 as the button of three-wire system, otherwise, used as

Resistor jumper of serial communication terminal, meanwhile shorting means the
connection of built-in 120
resistor.
6.5.8 Call & LED display SM-04-VRJ
SM-04-VRJ outside view and installation dimension
Fig 6.29 SM-04-VRJ outside view
148.4
71.8
39.4
22.8
11.5
Fig 6.30 SM-04-VRJ installation dimension
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SM-04-VRJ plug-in specification and port definition
Table 6.18 SM-04-VRJ plug-in specification and port definition
Serial
Descriptions
Remarks
Serial port, of which Pin 1 for TXV+, Pin 2 for TXV-, Pin 3 for TXA+ and Pin 4 for
TXA- respectively.
Down-call terminals, of which Pin 1 -and Pin 2 + for button indicator, Pin 3 and Pin 4
for button input.
CH2510-4
Up-call terminals, of which Pin 1- and Pin 2+ for button indicator, Pin 3 and Pin 4 for
button input.
CH2510-4
Pin 3 and Pin 4 for the input of normal open contact of the lockout switch, Pin 1 and
Pin 2 for stand-by.
CH2510-4
JP5
standby
CH2510-4
JP6
Program burning record slot/ RS232 communication port
Bridge S2.1 and S2.2 to use JP2 as the butt
on of three-wire system, otherwise, used as
button for four wire system.
Bridge S3.1 and S3.2 to use JP3 as the butt
on of three-wire system, otherwise, used as
button for four wire system
Resistor jumper of serial communication
terminal, meanwhile shorting means the
connection of built-in 120
resistor.
6.5.9 Miscellaneous (A List of Display Codes)
A list of performance displays
Displays in Car
No Voice Forecast
Normal
No
Special
symbol/otherwise
Re-leveling at
power off
Normal
No
Special
symbol/otherwise
Independent
Normal
No
Special
symbol/otherwise
Fireman
Normal
No
Special
symbol/otherwise
Normal
No
Special
symbol/otherwise
Normal
No
Special
symbol/otherwise
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Normal
No
Special
symbol/otherwise
oLon display
attendant
Normal
No
Special
symbol/otherwise
Full-load
Normal
No
Special
symbol/otherwise
Displays in the Landing
No Voice Forecast
Normal
No
Special
symbol/otherwise
Re-leveling at
power off
Normal
No
Special
symbol/otherwise
Independent
Normal
No
Special
symbol/otherwise
Fireman
Normal
No
Special
symbol/otherwise
Normal
No
Special
symbol/otherwise
Normal
No
Special
symbol/otherwise
Overload
Normal
No
Special
symbol/otherwise
attendant
Normal
No
Special
symbol/otherwise
ˈ2/3 Normal
Full-load
Normal
No
Special
symbol/otherwise
ˈ2/3 Normal
A List of Display Codes (b
y Standard STEP Word Bank)
Display code list
Code
10
11
12
13
14
Display 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
Code
15
16
18
19
24
25
26
27
28
29
Display 15 16 1718 19 2021222324 25 26 27 28 29
Code
30
31
33
34
39
40
41
42
43
44
Display 30 31 3233 34 3536373839 40 41 42 43 44
Code
45
46
48
49
54
55
56
57
58
59
Display 45 46 4748 -1-2-3-4-5 -6 -7 -8 -9
Code
60
61
63
64
69
70
71
72
73
74
Display B1 B2 B3B4 B5
B6B7B8B9B G M M1 M2 M3
Code
75
76
78
79
84
85
86
87
88
89
Display P P1 P2P3 R R1R2R3L H H1H2 H3 3A 12A
Code
90
91
93
94
99
100
101
102
103
104
Display 1213A 17175A G1G2G3F
C1 C2 C3 C4 C
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B A B
Code
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
Display D1 D2 D3D4 D 1F2F3F4F5F 1C 2C 3C 4C
Code
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
Display 1B 2B 3B4B 1A 2A4ACFLBE A UB LG UG 6A
Code
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
Display 6B 7A 7B5B 6C SB15A13BK U S EG
Code
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
Display KG KE1 KE2 KE3 KE4 KE5KE6KE7KE8KE9GF MZ SR 19
Code
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
Display HP AB PHAA L1 L2L3PB-10AGBERF 1L 5L 1M
Code
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
Display 3M 4M B1
PM14
AS 15B16
22B
Code
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
Display E1 E2 S1S2 S3 E3E4495051 52 53 54 55 56
Code
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
Display 57 58 5960 61 6263 64P4P5 LDJC S4 S5 SS
Code
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
Display LL 5C 9FLF UF FF33
S6S8 LP UPM
PC P6 P7
Code
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
Display P8 P9 P1
AF
The definitions and display symbols of the terminals may vary with the edition. The above
listing is the one based on the standard edition.
Wiring and Connection
1. The connection of the display Board for power supply and communication is shown in Fig.
6.32, the power supply and communication is made available via a 4-pin plug, of which Pin 1
for TXV+, Pin 2 for TXV-, both with DC24V power supply; Pin3 for TXA+ and Pin 4 for
TXA- are communication lines. The lines for communication must be
Twisted Pairs
2 The connection between the display Board and the landing push button is shown in Fig. 6.31.
i.e., Pin 1 and Pin 2 for push-button indicator lamp, whereas Pin 3 and Pin 4 for the push button.

Fig. 6.31 Connection of the Push Button Fig. 6.32 Connection of Communication
Lines
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6.6.1 System structure
Fig 6.28 System structure.
6.6.2Basic Feature
Smart ComII group control system use centralized-control technology, which means system
arrange and dispatch hall call with a group control board. With the adoption of minimum
waiting time principle in call signal dispatching, group control system analyses various
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situations including floor height, car call and hall call situation, elevator transcending
situation and reverse direction situation to dispatch hall call to the elevator which can
respond most quickly. Group control system can
increase the efficiency of the elevator.
Smart ComII group control system can control up
to 8 elevators at the same time; the max
floor number of each elevator is 48.
Group control board use CAN BUS serial communication method to communicate with
elevator control board, which assure the credible and hi-speed data transfer.
Group control system has back up protection function. If group control system has any
problem, it will cutoff the power supply. The el
evators in the group control system can run
normally in single mode. When the group control system recover to normal, all the elevators
in system will transfer to group control mode automatically.
Group control system can cutoff the fault elevator. If the system find the elevator which has
received the hall call does not respond
such as door-closing
, the system will cutoff this
fault elevator and re-dispatch the hall call to assure the users not to wait a long time.
If elevator control board runs normally, the hall call is send to group control board from
elevator control board. The group control system then send call registration signal to call
controller through elevator control board to light the call button. If elevator control board is
power off, the group control system will communicate with call controller directly to assure
call controller still have effect in the system.
There are LEDs on the group control board; users can monitor the communication status
between group control board and elevator control board through these LEDs. Input terminals
in the group control board also have the corresponding LEDs to indicate the ON/OFF
situation.
6.6.3Main Functions
Homing function: automatically homing function activation is required with related
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Up peak service: When this function is chosen, system will start up peak service if the up
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which elevators to continue operating and whic
h elevators to standby with door closed in
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5. Energy saving punish
If the elevator has the energy-saving running function
, when a certain elevator is in energy saving
running sleep status, 80 points should be added for its entire buttons punish
A total punished score should be accumulated fo
r every call button of ever
y elevator according to
the principle above. There will be a punished score for every call button in correspond with each
elevator. By comparing the scores, the qualificati
on of that button will be distributed to the
elevator with the lowest score.
6.6.6 Treatment in special situation
When some elevator in the group control system can not run normally, system will cut off the
elevator from group control system and send the call
signal to the rest of
the elevators. Even if
there is only one unit left in the group control system, the system itself will always maintain the
consistency and reasonableness of elevator dispatch.
IF there is some error occurred in
SM-GC, the other elevator integr
ated drive controller blew will
confirm the situation and automatically transfer to single mode to ensure elevators within the
group can bring in full play of operation efficiency under the emergency.
S-AI000T
+S+O0331
S-AI000T
+S+O0331
.O4
.O4
S-AI000T
+S+O0331
+S+O0331
S-AI000T
.O4
.O4
SM-CPU-00-3.0
+S+O0331
S-AI000T
.O4
.O4
+S+O0331
S-AI000T
+S+O0331
S-AI000T
.O4
+S+O0331
S-AI000T
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Fig 6.30 Parts Name
No.
Name
Note
Wiring Port
2 JP1 Programming interface
3 P1 RS232 Monitor Port
4 Di Indicator Light
6.6.7.3 Electrical Specification
Switching value Input
Total Input 8
pluggable terminal
Input Type Photoelectric coupling
Input
Voltage
Rating 24VDC
Signal1 12~24VDC
Signal0 0~5VDC
Input
Signal0 0~2mA
Signal1 4~7mA
Insulated Group (common
terminal)
Delay Standard 10ms
Input
Frequency
range
Standard 1KHz
Length of
electric
cable
Standar
400 M
Non-shi
elded
200 M
Communication Port
Connection Port Type WAGO terminal
Signal Type Differential Voltage
Communication Mode CAN bus
Maximal Delay of Communication 10ms
SM-CPU-00-3.0
+S+O0331
.O4
.O4
+S+O0331
+S+O0331
.O4
.O4
+S+O0331
.O4
+S+O0331
S-AI000T
.O4
+S+O0331
S-AI000T
S-AI000T
S-AI000T
.O4
+S+O0331
S-AI000T
+S+O0331
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S-AI000T
S-AI000T
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6.6.7.4 Input and Output Interface Definition
The Definition of PortJP2
Port
Name
JP2-1 Void
JP2-2 TXA4- Communication signal negative terminal of elevator No.4 in the group control system
JP2-3 TXA4+ Communication signal positive terminal of elevator No.4 in the group control system
JP2-4 TXV4- Power supply negative terminal of elevator No.4 in the group control system
JP2-5 TXV4+ Power supply positive terminal of elevator No.4 in the group control system
JP2-6 Void
JP2-7 TXA3- Communication signal negative terminal of elevator No.3 in the group control system
JP2-8 TXA3+ Communication signal positive terminal of elevator No.3 in the group control system
JP2-9 TXV3- Power supply negative terminal of elevator No.3 in the group control system
JP2-10 TXV3+ Power supply positive terminal of elevator No.3 in the group control system
JP2-11 void
JP2-12 TXA2- Communication signal negative terminal of elevator No.2 in the group control system
JP2-13 TXA2+ Communication signal positive terminal of elevator No.2 in the group control system
JP2-14 TXV2- Power supply negative terminal of elevator No.2 in the group control system
JP2-15 TXV2+ Power supply positive terminal of elevator No.2 in the group control system
JP2-16 Void
JP2-17 TXA1- Communication signal negative terminal of elevator No.1 in the group control system
JP2-18 TXA1+ Communication signal positive terminal of elevator No.1 in the group control system
JP2-19 TXV1- Power supply negative terminal of elevator No.1 in the group control system
JP2-20 TXV1+ Power supply positive terminal of elevator No.1 in the group control system
Definition of Port JP3
Port
Name
JP3-1 Void
JP3-2 TXA4- Communication signal negative terminal of elevator No.8 in the group control system
JP3-3 TXA4+ Communication signal positive terminal of elevator No.8 in the group control system
JP3-4 TXV4- Power supply negative terminal of elevator No.8 in the group control system
JP3-5 TXV4+ Power supply positive terminal of elevator No.8 in the group control system
JP3-6 Void
JP3-7 TXA3- Communication signal negative terminal of elevator No.7 in the group control system
JP3-8 TXA3+ Communication signal positive terminal of elevator No.7 in the group control system
JP3-9 TXV3- Power supply negative terminal of elevator No.7 in the group control system
JP3-10 TXV3+ Power supply positive terminal of elevator No.7 in the group control system
JP3-11 Void
JP3-12 TXA2- Communication signal negative terminal of elevator No.6 in the group control system
JP3-13 TXA2+ Communication signal positive terminal of elevator No.6 in the group control system
JP3-14 TXV2- Power supply negative terminal of elevator No.6 in the group control system
JP3-15 TXV2+ Power supply positive terminal of elevator No.6 in the group control system
JP3-16 Void
JP3-17 TXA1- Communication signal negative terminal of elevator No.5 in the group control system
JP3-18 TXA1+ Communication signal positive terminal of elevator No.5 in the group control system
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JP3-19 TXV1- Power supply negative terminal of elevator No.5 in the group control system
JP3-20 TXV1+ Power supply positive terminal of elevator No.5 in the group control system
Definition of power port of mainboard
supplied by switch power
Name
Definition
JP4-1 0V negative terminal OV for +5V power supply
JP4-2 +5V +5Vpower supply
JP4-3 0V negative terminal OV for +24V power supply
JP4-4 +24V +24V power supply input
Definition of switching value input terminal (JP4 terminal)
Name
Definition
JP4-5 void
JP4-6 void
JP4-7 +24V input terminal insulated circuit
power supply positive
JP4-8 +24V input terminal insulated circuit
power supply positive
JP4-9 +24V input terminal insulated circuit
power supply positive
JP4-10 0V input terminal insulated circuit
power supply negative
JP4-11 0V input terminal insulated circuit
power supply negative
JP4-12 COM Common port of input terminal
form No.1 to No.8
JP4-13 Input terminal.8 Standby
JP4-14 Input terminal 7 Standby
JP4-15 Input terminal 6 check-in peak hour service switch
JP4-16 Input terminal 5 No 2 switch of service floor
switching scheme
JP4-17 Input terminal 4 No 1 switch of service floor
switching scheme
JP4-18 Input terminal 3 Check-off peak hour service
switch
JP4-19 Input terminal 2 Group partition switch
JP4-20 Input terminal 1 Abnormal power supply detection
6.6.7.5 Description of other ports
P1: RS232, Monitor Port., for connection with the notebook PC..
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6.6.8 Connection Diagram of Group Control System
This figure shows the joining method for four elevators group control
PS3
PS4 are switch power supply, PS1 has +5V
1.8A
output
PS8 and PS4 have only +24V(1.8A) output. FU1
FU4 are over-current protection
SM-GC is group control board.
6.6.9 Setting of group control running

Laptop
Note
2 3 RXD
3 2 TXD
5 5 SGND
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Please connect J1in the control board with wire ju
mper before group controlling so as to bridge
terminal resistor of two serial communication wire TXA+ , TXA-.
Measurement of resistance
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to set each floor of each elevator is service floor or not. Click each small button will change color
of horizontal line within it (the blue mean that floor is service floor, having no color means non-
Finally, click [No.1], [No.2] button one by one in
the bottom of interface to transmit the data to
group control board. With the above example, first click 3# elevator's and 4# elevator's 01
floors(-2 floor) and 2nd floors(-1 floor) button to no color, then click [No.3 ] button to wait
The elevator number means the elevator serial number in the group. The diagram
example means No.2 elevator.
The service floor switch scheme prompt dialog box. This group system has two service
floors switch scheme in total. The diagram example mean current interface is setting instruction
service floor of scheme 1.
The group service specification order press button
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The group control option button. Used for
Choose a communication port.
Choose group control home floor position.
Choose the group control floor number
The group control energy saving running button.
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The group partitions specification setting: If group of partition functions function is on, set
each elevator into team status first. Click the interface left side
button to change the
button to make this function valid
button to make this function valid
or not, click [DPS] button underneath of interface.
button to make this
function valid or not, click [Energy
saving] button underneath of interface.
Separate wait specification setting: After clicking
button to make this function
valid or not, click [OHS] button underneath of interface
The urgent power supply running setting: If set the urgent power supply running function,
button, after
making valid or invalid choice of that function, click [OEPS] button underneath of interface.
button to make this
function valid or not, click [MFP]
button underneath of interface.
The non- service floor control specification setting: Unless there is special request, don't
need generally to set this specification. This system has total two service floor control
projects to provide a choice, controlled differently by two switches. When a switch ON,
the elevator run with project 1 service floor specification. When another switch ON, the
elevator run with project 2 service floor
specifications. Two switches can't switch ON
simultaneously. But when two switches are OFF, the elevator carries out the normal service
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F00 Accelerating slope 0.550 0.200
1.500
m/s
F01 Decelerating slope 0.550 0.200
1.500
m/s
F02 S curve T0 (initial S
angle time T0)
1.300 0.300
3.000
F03 S curve T1 (S angle T1 at
end of acceleration)
1.100 0.300
3.000
F04 S curve T2 (S angle time
T2 at the beginning of
deceleration)
1.100 0.300
3.000
F05 S curve T3 (S angle time
T3 at the end of
deceleration)
1.300 0.300
3.000
F06 Nominal speed 1.750
0.100
10.000
m/s
F09 Parking floor 1 1
64
F11 Floor number 18 2
64
F12 Inspection speed 0.250 0
0.630 m/s
F13 Creeping speed 0.060 0.010
0.150
m/s
F14 Closing delay 1 (repsonse
to hall call)
3.0 0
30.0 s
F15 Closing delay 2 (repsonse
to car call)
3.0 0
30.0 s
F16 brake delay 0.2 0
2.0 s
F17 Automatic enable signal
release time
0.6 0.2
3.0 s
F18 Fire floor 1 1
64
F21 Leveling switch motion
delay distance (full-speed)
40 mm
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F23 Group control mode 0 0
3
F25 Input type 1 (normal open
F26 Input type 2 (normal open
F27 Elevator car board input
type (normal open or close
F28 Car roof input type
(normal open or close
F33 Auomatic operation
60 s
F34 Automatic operation times
for test run.
65535
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Firefighting switch input
definition and firefighting
mode selection
65535
Bit0: 0: ordinary
firefighting, 1:
Schindler fire mode
Bit1: 0: fireman
switch without lift car
board; 1: fireman
switch with lift car
board
Bit2: 0: ordinary
firefighting signal
display; 1: Shandong
firefighting signal
display
Bit3: 0: Motherboard
X15 input for
F36 Band-type Brake switch
F40 Weight data bias 48 0
100 %
F41 Weighter study and
F43 Buzzing/flashing function
status call
65535 .
F44 Serial communication
address (255 for
non-monitor)
255 0
255
F49 Emergency leveling
orientation mode
2
F50 Front door opening
permission 1 (opening
F51 Front door opening
permission 2 (opening
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F52 Front door opening
permission 3 (opening
F191 Front door opening
permission 4 (opening
F53 Rear door opening
permission 1 (opening
F54 Rear door opening
permission 2 (opening
F55 Rear door opening
permission 3 (opening
F192 Rear door opening
permission 4 (opening
F56 Up leveling adjustment (50
to refernece value)
50 0
240 mm
F57 Down leveling adjustment
(50 to refernece value)
50 0
240 mm
F59 Zero speed brake delay 0 0
10.00 0.01s
F61 Arrival distance by arrival
gong
1200 0
4000 mm
F62 Anti-slipping limit time 32 20
45 s
F65 Base electrode lock mode 0 0
1 0: No base lock, 1:
output contactor off,
immediate lock
F66 With or whithout upper
and lower limt
0 0-1 0:no
1:yes
F67 With or whithout
entension board
0 0-1 0:no
1:yes
F70 Light load uplink gain
F71 Light load lowlink gain
F72 Heavy load uplink gain
F73 Heavy load lowlink gain
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F74 Light load height gain
F75 Heavy load height gain
F115 Overtime opening door 15 3
30 s
F116 Overtime closing door 15 3
30 s
F117 Opening time for forced
closing
60 0
1800 s
F118 Opening time for the
disabled
10 0
1800 s
F120 Car call number when
anti-nuisance function
activates.
30
F121 Activate forced closing
function (0 represents not
activate)
1
F122 Signal delay release time
in Inspection.
0.3 0
10.0 s
F123 Call categories 0 0
3 x
F124 Define the function of
mainboard X16 input point
2
F128 Control of front and rear
doors
1 0: separate control of
front and back doors;
1: joint control of
front and back doors
F129 Activate the functions of
pre-opening
3
F130
Maintain the
opening/closing torque
Bit0: 1: door
maintaining open
Bit1: 1: door
maintaining closed
Bit2: 1: door
maintaining closed
during operation
F131
Time section floor
F132 Time section floor
blockade beginning time
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F133
Time section floor
F137 Service floor 1 (Floor 1~
16) when NS-SW function
F138 Service floor 2 (Floor 17~
32) when NS-SW function
F139 Service floor 3 (Floor 33~
48) when NS-SW function
F199 Service floor 4 (Floor 49~
64) when NS-SW function
F141 Time of delay release of
the main contactor (after
enabled)
0.50 0.50
10.00s
F145 Bus voltage gain 100 80
120
F146 Position error distance 180 180
1000 mm
F147
Protection of contact
F152 Lighting delay (fans turned
off automatically, delay
lighting)
180 0
65535 S 0: do not turn off the
lights
F153 high-voltage input
F156 With or without lock relay
F161
The function of floor
blocking for a time slot
65535
Bit0: 1: block
instruction
Bit1: 1: block upward
call
Bit2: 1: block
downward call
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F164 Type of weighing device 99 0
See the manual for
F165 Special control of door
operation
65535 Bit0: 1: door closed
during Ispection
Bit1: 1: door closed
during debug running
Bit2: 1: door opened
at the base station for
the elevator
F168 Elevator No. with IC card
65535
F169 Selection of upward and
downward callus by IC
65535
F170 IC card function in the car
corresponding to IC card
swiping need on Floor 1
16
65535
F171 IC card function in the car
corresponding to IC card
swiping need on Floor
32
65535
F172 IC card function in the car
corresponding to IC card
swiping need on Floor
48
65535
F175 Creeping speed at startup 0.006 0
0.100 m/s
F180 Speed gain 100.0 0
110.0 %
F181 Elevator No. at mutual
parallel connection mode
1
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F182 Slow down switch series 0 0
F183 Learn trip speed 0.800 0
1.000 m/s
F186 Creeping time at startup 0.50 0
10.00 s
F187 Monitor items 0 0
255
F193 No-load compensation on
the bottom floor
50.0 0
100.0 %
F194 Full-load compensation on
the bottom floor
50.0 0
100.0 %
F195 No-load compensation on
the top floor
50.0 0
100.0 %
F196 Second base station at
Duplex
64
F200 inverter software version
F201 Inverter drive mode 3 0/1/2/3
F202 Motor type 0 0 / 1
0: Asynchronous
1: Synchronous
F203 Motor rated power
parameter
160
KW
F204 Motor nominal current
parameter
300
0A
F205 Motor nominal frequency 50.00
0.00
120.00
Hz
F206
Motor nominal rotation
1460 0
3000 rpm
F207 Motor nominal voltage
parameter
460 V
F208 Number of poles of motor 4 2
128
F209
Motor nominal slip
frequency
1.40 0
10.00 Hz
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F210 Encoder type 0 0 / 1 / 2
0: incrementa
Encoder
1: SIN/ COS Encoder
2: Endat Encoder
F211 Encoder pulse number 1024 500
16000PPr
F212
Zero speed PID adjustor
incremental P0
130.00
0.00
655.35
F213
Zero speed PID adjustor
integral I0
80.00
0.00
655.35
F214
Zero speed PID adjustor
differential D0
0.50
655.35
F215
Low speed PID adjustor
incremental P1
70.00
655.35
F216
Low speed PID adjustor
integral I1
30.00
655.35
F217
Low speed PID adjustor
differential D1
0.50
655.35
F218
Medium speed PID
adjustor incremental P2
120.00
655.35
F219
Medium speed PID
adjustor integral I2
25.00
655.35
F220
Medium speed PID
adjustor differential D2
0.20
655.35
F221
High speed PID adjustor
incremental P3
140.00
655.35
F222
High speed PID adjustor
integral I3
5.00
655.35
F223
High speed PID adjustor
differential D3
0.10
655.35
F224
Low speed point switch
frequency F0
1.0 0.0
100.0
F225
High speed point switch
frequency F0
50.0 0.0
100.0
F226 Zero servo time 0.5 0.0
30.0 s
F227
Band-type Brake release
time
0.25 0.00
30.00s
F228 Current slowdown time 0.00 0.00
10.00s
F229
Torque compensation
direction
0 0/1
positive direction
negative direction
F230 Torque compensation gain 100.0 0.0
200.0
F231 Torque compensation bias 0.0 0.0
100.0
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F232
Filtering time for feedback
signal of encoder
30 ms
F233
Feedback direction of
encoder
positive sequence
negative sequence
F234 Motor phase sequence 1 0
positive direction
negative direction
F235
Motor no-load current
coefficient
32.00 0.00
60.00
F236 PWM carrier frequency 6.000
1.100
11.000
kHz
Do not adjust this
parameter under
normal circumstances
F237 PWM carrier width 0
0.000
1.000
kHz
Do not adjust this
parameter under
normal circumstances
F238 Regulator mode 1 0/1/2/3
Do not adjust this
parameter under
normal circumstances
F239 Output torque limit 175 0
200
Do not adjust this
parameter under
normal circumstances
F240 Input voltage of inverter 380 0
460 V
F241 Nominal power of inverter KW
This is a read-only
query data
F242 Phase angle of encoder 0.0 0.0
360.0 Degree
F243
Zero position correction of
encoder
0 0/2
F244 Spare 10002
No. Name Factor
F245
Selection of
F246~F255 parameter
function
65535
Modify this parameter, then
F255 will have different
meanings
When F245=0, F246~F255 have the following meanings
F246
Overheating protection
time for radiator
50
000
65535
0.01s
Default protection in case of
radiator overheating for more
than 0.5 second
F247
Overspeed protection
coefficient
12000 0
65535 0.01%
The default overspeed protection
threshold is 120%
F248
Overspeed protection
time
100 0
65535 0.01s
Default protection in case of the
speed surpasses F247 value for 1
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F249
Confirmation times for
inputting open phase
60 0
65535 Time
Default protection in case of
inputting open phase for more
than 60 times in a given moment
F250
Confirmation times for
short circuit of braking
resistor
10 0
65535 Time
Default protection in case of short
circuit of brakin
g resistor for
more than 10 times in a given
moment
F251
Confirmation times for
SinCos Encoder
disconnection
65535 Time
Default protection in case of
SinCos Encoder disconnection
confirmed for more than twice
F252
Confirmation times for
outputting open phase
2000 0
65535 0.001s
Default protection in case of
outputting open phase confirmed
for more than 2 second
F253
Confirmation of
voltage for charging
65 0
65535 Volt
Protection after the three-phase
in-operation input voltage
reduces to 65/1.414 = 46V, 144
failure reported, the charging
relay may be damaged or the grid
voltage is suddenly decreased.
F254
Confirmation
threshold of Encoder
300 0
65535
No 28 failure re
ported in case
that the D-value of the absolute
position and computing position
F255
Protection threshold of
ABZ encoder
disconnection
20 0
100
Protection in case of speed
feedback deviation of
synchronous motor confirmed for
When F245=1, F246~F255 have the following meanings
F246
Protection times of
IGBT
2 0~65535 Times
Times of Instantaneous over
current of IGBT
F247
Protection option of
0 0/1/2
0:two ways of I2t
protection,1:only the first way of
I2t protection,2: only the second
way of I2t protection
F248 Spare
F249 Spare
F250 Spare
F251 Spare
F252 Spare
F253 Spare
F254 Spare
F255 Spare
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When F245=2, F246~F255 have the following meanings
F246 Spare
Internal test parameters, do not
modify
F247
PWM modulation
mode
0: 5 segment; 1: 7 segment; 2:
40% rpm 7 segm�ents, 40% 5
segments
At low speed, the AIO has too
much interference toward
outside. For example, when CAN
has a poor communication signal,
the change to 0 (5 segments) will
have significant effect, and it will
reduce the heat of the drive, but
may cause too much noise
for inverter at low speed.
F248 Spare
Internal test parameters, do not
modify
F249 Spare
Internal test parameters, do not
modify
F250
Three-phase current
balance coefficient

Read-only, the calibration factor
of three-phase current balance
coefficient will automatically
change. The synchronous motor
may trigger the self study
command of the asynchronous
motor to output contactor, and
carry out the calibration of the
three-phase current balance
coefficient. Such function will
reduce the motor vibration and
improve comfort.
F251 Spare
F252
Positive /negtive
rotation enabled
0 0~60000 0.1s
0:allow
Positive /negtive rotation
1:only allow positive rotation
F253
Position /negtive
rotation dead-time
20 0~200 %
The zero-speed time of
positive/negative rotation change
F254
Accelerating
overcurrent threshold
of inverter
180 0
200 %
Inverter stop accelerating and
maintain the current speed if
overcurrent occur during the
acceleration process, then
continue to accelerate once the
current drop.
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F255
decelerating
overvoltage threshold
of inverter
750 0
800 V
Inverter stop decelerating and
maintain the current speed if bus
voltage is more than the setting
value during the deceleration
process, then continue to
decelerate once the voltage drop.
When F245=3, F246~F255 have the following meanings
F246 Current loop P 140 35
280
Current loop Kp (no need to
modify)
F247 Current loop I 100 25
200
Current loop Ki(no need to
modify)
F248 Current loop D 0 0
200
Current loop Kd(no need to
modify)
F249 spare
F250 spare
F251 spare
F252 spare
F253 Spare
F254 Torque direction 0 0/1 0:positive 1:negtive
F255 Spare
When F245=4, F246~F255 have the following meanings
F246 Software version x Read-only
F247 ID No 0 X Read-only
F248 ID No 1 X Read-only
F249 ID No 2 x Read-only
F250 ID No 3 x Read-only
F251 ID No 4 X Read-only
F252 ID No 5 X Read-only
F253 Inverter rated current 0.1A Read-only
F254
Rated current of
inverter current sensor
A Read-only
F255
Motor power
coefficient
200 50~400 %
When F245=5, F246~F255 have the following meanings
F246 Stator resistor
0.001
ohm
Stator resistor of asynchronous
motor
F247 Rotor resistor
0.001
ohm
Rotor resistor of asynchronous
motor
F248 Stator inductor
0.0001
Stator inductor of asynchronous
motor
F249 Rotor inductor
0.0001
Rotor inductor of asynchronous
motor
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F250 Mutual inductor
0.0001
Mutual inductor of asynchronous
motor
F251
Motor low-speed
1500 0
65535 0.1%
Motor stop and motor low-speed
onvercurrent reported in case that
the motor speed is lower than
20% of nominal speed, and the
value and time duration of current
surpass those of F252.
F252
time
600 0
65535 0.1s
Duration of motor low-speed
F253
Motor high-speed
1200 0
65535 0.1%
Motor stop and motor high-speed
overcurrent reported in case that
the motor speed is higher than
20% of nominal speed, and the
value and time duration of current
surpass those of F2524
F254
High-speed
overcurrent time
3000 0
65535 0.1s
Time duration of motor
high-speed overcurrent
F255
Frequency dividing
coefficient of encoder
( PG card required)
0: ( no frequency dividing), 1:( 2
frequency dividing), 2: (4
frequency dividing),3:(8
frequency dividing),
4: (16 frequency dividing),5 (32
frequency dividing),6:(64
frequency dividing), 7: (128
frequency dividing)
When F245=6, F246~F255 have the following meanings
F246
Synchronous motor
study angle or not
when power on
1 0/1
F247
Current gain when
self-study
150 0
400 %
Current gain when synchronous
motor conduct angle self-study
F248 Command option 2 0/1/2 Running command option
F249
Zero servo process
current loop gain
100 48~65535 %
Zero servo process current loop
gain
F250 Spare
F251 Spare
F252
Anti-slipping
parameter
6616 0~65535 6616
open anti-slipping function
F253 Spare
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F254 Spare
F255 Spare
7.2 Definition of function parameter
F0
Accelerated speed
The acceleration slope rate is the slope rate of linear accelerating
section between T0-T1,
Decelerated speed. The deceleration slope rate is the slope rate of linear
Decelerating section between T2-T3
S curve T0 is acceleration time for starting round angle of S curve.
Default parameter value is 1.3S
S curve T1 is acceleration time for accelerating round angle of S curve.
Default parameter value is 1.1S
S curve T2 is acceleration time for decelerating round angle of S curve.
Default parameter value is 1.1S
S curve T3 is acceleration time for leveling round angle of S curve.
Default parameter value is 1.3S
The below diagram illustrate the specific positions of the above six parameters in the S curve
of elevator operation.
rated speed of elevator. S
base floor lock. The floor that elevator shoul
d return when entering the elevator lock
Mode. It is a floor sequencing data. The lowest floor is 1
Please note that the floor
Sequencing should be done in
accordance with the overall condition of the entire
elevator group when the group is in group control mode or parallel connection. For
example, suppose that there ar
e three elevator: A,B,C, of which the floors of elevator A
the floors of elevator B are -1
the floors of elevator C is 1
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Actual
Floors
Actual
Indicatio
or A
or A
Indications
by
Elevato
or B
Indication
s for
Elevator B
4 4 4 5 4 4 5 4
3 3 3 4 3 3 4 3
2 2 2 3 2 by-pass3 2
1 G 1 2 70 1 2 70
-1 -1 -1 1 50
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releveling speed. It refer to
the speed that elevator with
the non-inspection status reach
the leveling zone in the process of automatically leveling searching, as well as the
running speed of releveling. The scope range from 0.01 to 0.15 m/s .the speed of
automatic leveling searching is inspection speed.
door-closing delay 1.
When the elevator responds to landing call, the door will keep opening within the
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1 No-load self-study command and the return data after the
successful no-load self-study.
2 Full-load self-study command and the return data after the
successful full-load self-study.
10 Activity range of weighing device sensor 0
10mm.
20 Activity range of weighing device sensor 0
20mm.
30 Activity range of weighing device sensor 0
30mm.
40 Activity range of weighing device sensor 10mm
50 Activity range of weighing device sensor 20mm
60 Activity range of weighing device sensor 30mm
After inputting the corresponding self-study command, F41 will display 5 if it starts
self-study, and the in
putted self-study command will di
splay after studying successfully.
Otherwise, zero will display if it fail.
For self-study mode 1 and 2, it can resume only when the F41 display 6.
When conducting self-study, set the activity range of weighing instrument sensor before
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starting the mode 1 and mode 2 self studies.
landing call buzzing/flashing and door-closing standby option when in attendant status.
This parameter is only valid in attendant status.
Among which:
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Light load uplink gain .Ranges from 0% to 300%. The default value is 100%.
Light load lowlink gain.Ranges from 0% to 300%. The default value is 100%.
Heavy load uplink gain. Ranges from 0% to 300%. The default value is 100%.
Heavy load lowlink gain. Ranges from 0% to 300%. The default value is 100%.
Light load height gain. Ranges from 0 to 1024. The default value is 512.
Heavy load height gain. Ranges from 0 to 1024. The default value is 512.
Note 1:
The parameter F70
F75 is only valid when the F164 set as 0,3,4. Namely: the above
three parameter is only used when the
weighing device DTZZ-III-
DC-SC or switch of
light-load or full-load is used in elevator for startup preload compensation,
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bottom floor to the 16
floor. The bottom bit corresponds to the bottom floor. The
highest bit corresponds to 16
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load-weighing instrument type, the acquisition method of weighing signal and
compensation signal. The following table gives a list of corresponding load-weighing
instrument type, the acquisition method of different weighing signal and
compensation signal with difference F164 parameter.
0 DTZZ-III-DC-SC Switch signal input to car
ceiling board
Input load-weighing instrument
signal through CAN, Then
calculate the final compensation
value based on the weighing
instrument signal,
F193,F194,F195
1 DTZZ-II Input the load-weighing
instrument signal through
CAN, then calculate based on
the weighing instrument
Input the load-weighing
instrument signal through CAN
2 DTZZ-II Switch signal input to car
ceiling board
Input the load-weighing
instrument signal through CAN
3 DTZZ-III-DC-SC Input the load-weighing
instrument signal through
CAN, then calculate based on
the weighing instrument
Input load-weighing instrument
signal through CAN, Then
calculate the final compensation
value based on the weighing
instrument signal,
F193,F194,F195
4 none Switch signal input to car
ceiling board
Calculated the weighing
compensation value of light-load
and heavy-load based on the
light-load or heavy-load switch
signal as well as F193, F194,
F195. meanwhile, F40 set as 50%
5 Switch signal input to car
ceiling board
Input weighing instrument signal
through analog quantity.
6 Input the weighing
instrument signal through
analog quantity. And
calculate based on the
weighing instrument signal
Input weighing instrument signal
through analog quantity.
99 Switch signal input to car
ceiling board
None.
Note 1:
When F164 is 0
3 , the load-weighing device is model DTZZ-III-DC-SC or
DTZZ-II specialized for STEP corporation.
The weighing signal is transmitted to
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main board through CAN. When F164 is 4, the elevator is without electronic
weighing device but mechanic weighing switch. When F164 is 5 and 6, the elevator
weighing device is other type device. The weighing signal is transmitted into analog
quantity input port through analog quantity of DC 0
10V.
Note 2:
When F164 is 0,2,4,,5, the
over-load, full-load, light-load switch signal
is acquired through inputted switching value signal. When F164 is 1,3,6,
the over-load, full-load, light-load switch signal is calculated based on inputted
weighing signals.
Note 3:
When F164 is 0 and 3, the pre-load
compensation value at startup is calculated based
on the data of weighing signal plus that of linear correction results of
F193,F194,F195 .When F164 is 4, make sure the car loading condition based on
light-load or heavy load switch signal before doing else. Then, calculate the pre-load
weighing compensation value of light-load and heavy-load based on the parameters
F193,F194,F195. When F164 is 1,2,5 and 6, use the weighing data obtained from
weighing device as the pre-loading weighing compensation value.
special control parameters for door operation. Bit 0: door operation allowed or not in
inspection. Bit1: door-opening allowed or not during the period of adjustment and
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with startup creeping speed F175.
Monitoring items
The
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Note 2:
F193 is the bottom floor non-load compensation adjusting parameter when the
elevator pre-load compensation function st
arted up. Namely: when the elevator is
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F212
Zero speed PID adjustor incremental P0
F213
Zero speed PID adjustor integral I0
F214
Zero speed PID adjustor differential D0
F215
low speed PID adjustor incremental P1
F216
low speed PID adjustor integral I1
F217
low speed PID adjustor differential D1
F218
medium speed PID adjustor incremental P2
F219
medium speed PID adjustor integral I2
F220
medium speed PID adjustor differential D2
F221
high speed PID adjustor incremental P3
F222
high speed PID adjustor integral I3
F223
high speed PID adjustor differential D3
Fig 7.1 effect of proportional Fig 7.2 effect of integral constant I
Constant upon feedback upon feedback
During the PID constant adjustment, usually the proportional constant P should be adjusted
firstly. Increase the value P as big as possible under the precondition of guaranteeing system
stability. Then adjust the integral constant I to make the system both response quickly and
overstrike not much. The differential constant D
can be adjusted properly under the precondition
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of adjustment of P and I still not enough for the improvement of system sensitiveness.
The effect scope of PID adjustor of various speed is shown as following fig 7.3
zero servo action time adjustment parameter. The zero servos is that the
Frequency converter output a phase of zero speed torque holding during the
Fig 7.4 the action time of zero servos
band-type brake action time, it is the ad
justable parameter
for band-type brake
I1I2
D1D1
D2D2
Frequency switch 1
Frequency switch 0
Zero
Lowe speed
medium
speed
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startup pre-load compensation function. The default value is 0. But if the system
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the width range so as to reduce the motor no
ise in some situation. For example, the
Overheating protection time for radiator. The integrated unit starts protection when the
radiator overheating time duration exceed the setting time.
Over-speed protection coefficient. The inte
grated unit launches the protection when
the following two conditions are met: 1) the motor rotating speed monitored by the
integrated unit exceed the protection
coefficient set by the parameter.2
the motor
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reported. The charging relay may be damaged or the grid voltage is suddenly
decreased.

The Fault No 114 reported due to insufficient capacity of temporary power supply
adopted at the beginning of on-sit adjustment and setting. Meanwhile, it is impossible
to improve the capacity of power supply at the working place. Under such
circumstance, users can confirm that the charging relay of frequency converter is ok if
they can hear the sound of relay close and open inside of frequency converter when
the frequency convert is power-on or power-o
ff. Then users can realize this kind of
the elevator running with the temporary power by changing the parameter of the
frequency converter. The detailed method is as follow:
Change the parameter F253 from default value 45 to 90. In this way the elevator can
When F245=1
Times og Instantaneous overcurrent of IGBT
0:two ways of I2t protection,1:only the first way of I2t protection,2: only the second way
of I2t protection
When F245=2
PWM adjustment mode. 0: 5 stages, 1: 7 stages, 2: 40%rpm 7stageD.7;�%r9;&#x.1p-;.8m;.9;&#x 7st; g4.;~-.;s, ;s, 40% 5 stages.

The integrated units at low-speed cause too much interference to outside. For example,
change to 0 (5 stages) for the improvement of CAN communication signal and for
heating reduction of frequency converter. But in this way will possible cause the loud
noise of frequency converter at low speed.
three phase current balance coefficient. This parameter is read-only parameter; it will
change automatically after doing the three-phase electricity balance coefficient
calibration. If it is synchronous motor, activation of synchronous motor self-study
command will close the output contacto
r and conduct the three-phase current
calibration. This function will reduce the motor vibration and improve the comfort.
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the detailed method of three-phase current se
nsor calibration is as following: first of
all, find the asynchronous motor self-study mode in the adjustment menu of the
portable operator, press the confirmation ke
y and the integrated unit will output the
KMY closing command to make the contactor closed. Then the operator will display
studying for 30 seconds while conducting three-phase current sensor
self-calibration. The operator will displa
0:allow Positive /negtive rotation 1:only allow positive rotation
The zero-speed time of positive/negative rotation change
accelerated over-current threshold of frequ
ency converter. Accel
eration will stop if
current exceed the setting value during th
e process of the acceleration. And current
speed is maintained. Acceleration will resume after the current drop.
decelerated over-voltage threshold of frequ
ency converter. Decel
eration will stop if
the integral P of current loop PID adjuster, no adjustment needed.
the
integral I of current loop PID adjuster, no adjustment needed.
the integral D of current loop PID adjuster, no adjustment needed.
Torque direction 0:positive 1:negative
Software version code
. Read-only parameter
ID NO 0. Read-only parameter
ID NO 1. Read-only parameter
ID NO 2. Read-only parameter
ID NO 3. Read-only parameter
ID NO 4. Read-only parameter
ID NO 5. Read-only parameter
rated current of the integrated unit, read-only parameter.
rated current of the integrated unit current sensor, Read-only parameter.
Stator resistor. The stator resistor of asynchronous motor
rotor resistance. Ro
tor resistance of asynchronous motor
Stator inductor. The stator inductor of asynchronous motor
rotor inductor. The rotor inductor of asynchronous motor
Mutual inductor. The mutual inductor of asynchronous motor
Motor low-speed over current
threshold. When the motor speed is lower than the 20%
rated speed, motor stop and motor low-spee
d over current reported
when the current
exceed the setting value and the over curre
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Low-speed over current time. The durati
on of motor low-speed over current
Motor high-speed over current
threshold. When the motor speed is higher than the
20% rated speed, motor stop and motor high-speed over current reported when the
current exceed the setting value and the over
current time duration exceed that set by
the F254.
high-speed over current time. The time duration of motor high-speed over current
Frequency dividing coefficient of encoder. This parameter selects the frequency
dividing output coefficient of PG card, the default value is 0. It requires the PG card
with frequency dividing output function.

0: ( no frequency dividing), 1:( 2 frequency dividing), 2: (4 frequency dividing),3:(8
frequency dividing),4: (16 frequency dividing),5 (32 frequency dividing),6:(64
frequency dividing), 7: (128 frequency dividing)
self study selection or not when power on . The default is 1: self-study every time
when power on. If it changes to 0, never conduct another self-study when power on
once the self-study has been done. (Only for sincos encoder and Endata encoder) .user
can manually change the phase angel F242 data. If F242 value is 0, the integrated unit
will conduct self-study automatically.
to 0, the main unit can do the self-study even without power disconnection.
Comparing the F242 values obtained from
self-study each time, increase the F247
( when F245=6) to redo the self-study until the deviation of self-study every time is
less than 10 if the variation range is more than
10.
F247 (when F245=6) value should not be too high, otherwise the main unit running at
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This chapter provides the guide for operation of
elevator. Following the operation procedures
 Any users of our products are required to car
efully read and understand this manual and the
related equipment manuals of the system prior to starting system commissioning or putting it into
operation in order to avoid accidentals losses.
Be sure to read and unders
tand the instructions for
dont remove the shell when power is on
Or it may cause risk of electric shock.
Do not reset alarm signals until operating signals are surely cut off
Or it may cause risk of injury.
Danger
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There is high temperature in heat
sink and brake resistor ,do not
Or it may cause risk of burning.
Prior to put them into operation, ma
ke sure all motors and machines are
to be used in their
scope of application.
Or it may cause risk of injury.
8.1 simplified adjustment

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After installation of electrical control systems, electrical parts must be checked:
1. Check the connection of all parts, according to the user manual and electrical schematic
diagram.
2. Check whether the strong current part and th
e weak current part are connected. Check the
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(4) Communication line ground
(5) Encoder line ground
Please exclude all items above if short circuited.
2. Grounding check: (Make sure the following items are reliably grounded)
Terminal
N
COM
voltage
2207%VAC
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Elevator rated speed
1.750
10.000
m/s
F09 Lockout floor 1
F12 Inspection speed 0.250
0.630
m/s
F23 Group control mode 0
Input Type 1 (normal open or normal
closed configuration for X0 ~ X15
input point)
Input Type 2 (normal open or normal
closed configuration for X16 ~ X25
input point)
Lift car board input type (normal open
or normal closed configuration for
GX0 ~ GX15 input point)
Car top board input type (normal open
or normal closed configuration for
HX0 ~ HX15 input point)
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Deceleration switch series
F183 Learn trip speed 0.800
1.000
m/s
Motor type
0 0 / 1
0: asychronous
1: synchronous
Motor rated power According to
Motor rated current According to
Motor rated frequency
50.00
120.00
Hz
Motor rated rotary speed
Motor rated voltage According to
2
128
Motor rated slip frequency
1.40
10.00
Hz
F210 Encoder type 0 0 / 1 / 2
0:incremental Encode
2: Endat Encoder
F211 Encoder pulse number 1024
PPr
Before debugging, the basic parameters above must be correctly set; the basic parameters of
the motor can be input based on nameplate; accord
ing to the actual situation of the site, please
efore, there is no need for motor auto-tuning
of Encoder phase angle.
Note that: every time AS380 series elevator in
tegrated drive controller is used to control
synchronous motors, it will au
tomatically capture En
coder information at its first running
after powered on, which takes 2
seconds or so. Therefore, the
given running signal at this
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˄5˅Connect the tractor brake line onto the te
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(4) By Inspection operation on the car top, confirm that the motion and movement position of the
deceleration switch at the end of the well terminal are correct.
(5) By Inspection operation on the car top, confirm that the well leveling switch and leveling
spiles are installed correctly; at all leveling positions, each leveling switch motions at the right
point.
8.5.3 Check of CAN Communication Lines
-2 1
-1 2 2
1 3 3 3
2 4 4
3 5 5
4 6 6 6
5 7 7 7
6 8 8 8
7 9 9 9
8 10 10
The "" in the table above indicates that there is no SM-04 board on the floor. In specific
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8.5.4 Door Opening/Closing Adjustment
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Testing requirements: Under door-open circumstances, force the door lock loop relay not to
release by any means. The system should be protected and not reset automatically;
5) Brake contactor adhesion protection
Testing requirements: Under stop circumstances, force the brake contactor not to release by
any means. The system should be protected and not reset automatically;
6) Output contactor normal adhesion protection
Testing requirements: Under stop circumstances, force the brake contactor not to release by
any means. The system should be protected and not reset automatically;
7) Skid protection function
Testing requirements: Move the elevator Inspection to the middle floor, remove the leveling
sensor lines from the control cabinet wiring terminal (assuming leveling floor signal is normal.
open), switch to normal, the elevator goes leveling at low speed, the system protected within 45
seconds and will not reset automatically;
8) Split-level protection
Testing requirements: (1) Move the elevator Inspected to the leveling position of middle floor,
and switch to Inspection or emergency power operation. If the slow down switch is normal closed
contact, disconnect the JP8.5 wiring at the upper single deceleration switch input on the
motherboard; but if it is norm. Open contact, short JP8.5 and JP10.3 (input COM terminal). And
thus create an intentional split-level fault, and then the system will display the top floor data. Then,
change the JP8.5 wiring at the upper single deceleration switch input back to normal, and switch
the elevator to normal state, register the bottom instructions, elevator express car goes down, make
sure the elevator can decelerate and level normally to the bottom floor and does not sink to the
bottom; (2) Move the elevator Inspected to the middle floor, and switch to Inspection or
emergency power operation. If the slow down switch is normal closed contact, disconnect the
JP8.6 wiring at the lower single deceleration switch input on the motherboard; but if it is norm.
open contact, short JP8.6 and JP10.3 (input COM terminal). And thus create an intentional
split-level fault, and then the system will display the bottom floor data. Then, change the JP8.6
wiring at the lower single deceleration switch input back to normal, and switch the elevator to
normal state, register the top instructions, elevator
express car goes up, make sure the elevator can
decelerate and level normally to the top floor and does not rush to the top.
9) Overload function
Testing requirements; elevator overload switching
, check the elevator should not be closed, the
buzzer sounds inside the car, and the overload indicator light on.
Elevator function testing
automatic running
Testing requirement: register several instructions in the car and confirm: elevator can
normally close the door automatically, start, run at high speed, and automatically
decelerate at the nearest registered landing,
stop and cancel registration (the instruction
canceled is in consistent with the landing the elevator stop) and open door.
Register several upper or down hall call signals, confirm: elevator can automatically
close the door, start, accelerate, run,
cut, decelerate, stop, cancel and open.
attendant running
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Testing requirement: turn the in-car switch to attendant status, and register several
instructions. Keep pressing door-closing button to close the elevator door (if user release
the door open/close button before door closing, the elevator will immediately turn from
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In addition, steel wire ropes are tied in the
circle before installation, so with response
torsional stress. Installed directly, the elevator
operation will prone to
vibration. Therefore,
before installation, fully release such torsional stress.
4) Lift Car Installation Fastening and Sealing
When the elevator is running at
high speed, the entire lift car
will be under a great force.
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F212 Zero servo gain P0
Gain value of PID regulator
that takes effect on zero servo
655.35
130.00
Zero servo integral
Integral value of PID regulator
that takes effect on zero servo
80.00
Zero servo
differential D0
Differential value of PID
regulator that takes effect on zero
0.50
F226 Zero servo time
Start accelerated movement
after the inverter gives operating
signal and this time maintains
30.0
s 0.5
Note 1:
The speed at the starting point to be adjusted around PID regulator
F226 is a zero servo time parameter, used to adjust and control the delay time given by the system
speed curve; this time is also the action time of
PID regulator P0, I0, and D0
at zero servo (or zero
speed). See the following for the detailed timing sequence diagram.
Figure 8.1 Zero Servo Timing Sequence Diagram
When zero servo ends, AIO inverter gives the controller a signal with speed instruction, and
the elevator begins to accelerate.
F212, F213 and F214 are proportional (P0), integral consta
nt (I0) and the differential constant (D0) of the
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stop. The greater I0 is, the shorter the
response time is. If the I0 value is t
oo small, P0 will not have enough time to
motion; if I0 is too large, high frequency oscillatio
n may be easily produced. D0 helps the system with the
response speed. The larger D0 is, the faster res
ponse is; but too large D0
can cause oscillation.
(b) Adjust timing sequence to
improve starting comfort
The starting timing sequence is the coordination
Diagram 8.2 Adjustable Timing Sequence Diagram
2) Comfort adjustment during operation
By adjusting the PID regulator parameters at each
speed segment in the elevator running process,
the comfort can be improved. The adjusting parameters are as follows.
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Gain P1 at low
speed
The effective PID regulator gain
value when the given speed is lower
than the switching frequency F0
70.00
See the following
description
Integral I1 at low
speed
The effective PID regulator
integral value when the given speed
is lower than the switching
frequency F0
30.00
See the following
description
Differential D1 at
low speed
The effective PID regulator
differential value when the given
speed is lower than the switching
frequency F0
0.50
See the following
description
Proportional P2 at
The effective PID regulator gain
value when the given speed is
Integral I2 at
The effective PID regulator
integral value when the given speed
Differential D2 at
The effective PID regulator
differential value when the given
speed is between switching
frequencies F0 and F1
0.20
Gain P3 at high
speed
The effective PID regulator gain
value when the given speed is higher
than the switching frequency F1
140.00
Integral I3 at high
speed
The effective PID regulator
integral value when the given speed
is higher than the switching
frequency F1
5.00
Differential D3 at
high speed
The effective PID regulator
differential value when the given
speed is higher than the switching
frequency F1
0.10
frequency F0 at
low speed point
y the system based on
the low and high-speed
PID
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frequency F1 at
high speed point
y the system based on
the low and high-speed
PID
Parameters F215 ~ F217 are P, I and D values
(P1, I1, D1) of the
PID regulator at the
low-speed section, F218 ~ F220 are P, I and D values (P2, I2, D2 )of the PID regulator at the
medium-speed section, F221 ~ F223 are P, I and D values (P3, I3, D3) of the PID regulator at the
high-speed section. They play roles in differen
t sections on the running curve during the entire
elevator operation (see Figure 8.3). Parameters
Impact of P (Propotional Constant) on the Feedback Tracking
Increase of the integral constant I can enhanc
e the system's dynamic response. Increase I if
the overshoot is too large or the dynamic response is too long. But if I is too large, it may generate
overshoot and oscillation of the system. The impact of P on the feedback tracking is as shown
below.
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Impact of I (Integral Constant) on the Feedback Tracking
Similarly, increasing the differential constant
D can increase the sensitivity of the system.
However, if D is too large, the system will be too sensitive and cause oscillation.
In the adjustment of PID regulator parameters, it is usually to adjust the proportional
constant P first. Under the premise of system not oscillated, maximize the P value, and then
adjust the integral constant I, so that the system has both fast response and little overshoot. Only
when the adjustment results of P and I are not satisfactory, adjust the D value.
The segment of the PID regulator in Elevator
operation curve is as shown in Diagram 8.3
below.
Diagram 8.3 Elevator operation
curve segment PI control chart
Seen from the figure above, the PID regulator of
this inverter is adjusted in three different
speed sections, which facilitate the commissioning work. In case of poor comfort effect in
high-speed section, it will be enough to adjust PID parameters in high speed section, which has
little impact on the other two sections. Similarly, in case of poor comfort effect in medium and
low-speed sections, it will be enough to adjust the corresponding PID parameters. Because
different sections require different PID paramete
rs to achieve the best comfort, adjusting PID
values by sections can make each speed section gain their best effect.
3) Adjust Elevator Operation Curve
The shape of elevator operation curve will also
directly affect the comfort of elevator. In
order to satisfy passengers requ
irements for comfort and operational efficiency, the elevator
should run according to the S-curve as shown
in Diagram 8.4. The system can adjust the
acceleration / deceleration slopes of the S curve and time constant at the four corners to ensure the
comfort and operational efficiency
of the elevator. The main parameters that may affect the curve
are as follows.
P3P1
I1I2
D2D2
Low speed
Switching frequency1
Switching frequency 0
Zero
speed
speed
speed
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Recommended values
and reference range
Acceleration
slope a1
0.500
(0.400
0.650)
The smaller this value is, the more stable the acceleration
is. But too small will be inefficient. The greater this value
is, the more sudden the acceleration is:
if too sudden,
users do feel uncomfortable;
too sudden can lead to
over-current fault. General 0.400 for 1m / s, 0.500 for 1.5 ~
1.8m / s and 0.600 for 2.0m /
s are appropriate. Especially
it should not be great for elevators in hotels or the
ny children and old people.
Deceleration
slope a2
0.500
(0.400
0.650)
The smaller this value is, the more stable the acceleration
is. But too small will be inefficient. The greater this value
is, the more sudden the acceleration is:
if too sudden,
users do feel uncomfortable;
too sudden can lead to
over-current fault. General 0.400 for 1m / s, 0.500 for 1.5 ~
1.8m / s and 0.600 for 2.0m /
s are appropriate. Especially
it should not be great for elevators in hotels or the
ny children and old people.
F2 S Curve T0
1.300
(1.300
1.600)
T0: transition time curve from start-up to acceleration
beginning, the greater the value is, the more stable the
start-up is. In this time, the elevator runs at very low speed.
But too long may lead to failure of motor to drag the
elevator and cause "PGO" fault, or over-current fault,
especially when lift car is fully or heavily loaded.
F3 S Curve T1
1.100
(1.00
1.200)
T1 is the transition time curve between acceleration end to
the highest speed, T2 is the transition time curve between
the highest speed de
celeration beginning.
T1 and T2 have no significant effect on comfort, generally
not adjusted. If T2 adjusted too much, may lead to level
F4 S Curve T2
1.100
(1.000
1.200)
F5 S Curve T3
1.300
(1.300
1.600)
Note:
Properly reducing F0 and F1 will increas
e the comfort of the elevator, but also
decrease the operational efficiency
. Properly increasing the time of
the four corners F2 ~ F5 can
improve the comfort, but also de
crease the operational efficiency.
Figure 8.4 Elevator Operation Curve
4) Adjust Comfort at Stop
The following two points affect the elevator
comfort most at stop: 1. the PID value in
low-speed section. According to the previous section, adjusting the PID value in low-speed section
may help the elevator gain the best comfort at stop. 2. Timing for stop. It is mainly the
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Have the elevator stop floor by floor, measure and record the deviation
S between the lift
car sill and the hall door sill (positive when the lif
t car sill is higher than the hall door sill,
otherwise negative.)
Adjust the position of deck board
at door area floor by floor, if
� S 0, then move the deck
board downward by
S 0, then move the deck board upward by
After the adjustment of deck board at do
or area, carry out well self study again.
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downward leveling on each floor, such as up higher down lower, or up lower down high,
make leveling adjustment of Parameter F56, F57 in the parameter menu. Its default value is
. decrease this value for up higher down
lower, and increase this value for up lower
down higher, by the adjustment amount of
half of the leveling difference
. For example: the
total difference for up higher down lower is
20mm
and then decrease this value by
10mm
ƹ Installation standard for leveling switch:
When the lift car sill and the hall door sill keep the absolute level, the upper surface of the
leveling spile is about 10mm higher than the lower leveling switch, and the lower surface of the
leveling spile is about 10mm lower than the upper leveling switch, which facilitates the
adjustment of comfort and leveling accuracy. The standard length of leveling spile is 220mm to
ensure that every spile is of the same length (the length error should be less than 3mm). (See
Diagram 8.5)
Diagram 8.5 Installation standard for leveling switch
Select magnetic switch as leveling switch:
Insert the leveling switch into the leveling spile deep enough to ensure that the action of
leveling switch is effective and reliable;
The verticality of the leveling spile is very demanding to ensure that it will not happen for
leveling stop that only one leveling switch
acts effectively, but the other has run out of
effective motion range, which will affe
ct the normal operation of elevator.
Select optical switch as leveling switch (
our company generally accepts low-level effective
signal for the input interf
Follow the following points to gain a better effect:
Scrape the paint in the shadow around the installation hole, to guarantee that the metal shell is
well grounded by photoelectric switch bolts, brackets and car top; if press an earthing wire
under the mounting bolt after scrape, and connect it to the earthing pile of the connection box
on the car top, the effect will be better;
Photoelectric switch should be connected to the connection box on the car top, and ground
the shield layer;
Photoelectric switch should use normal open switch, to reduce interference of photoelectric
switch itself.
The photoelectric switch flashing in operat
ion may cause exception for elevator operation or
leveling, then it may be subject to interference, so connect a capacitor of 0.1
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Figure 8.6 Capacitor connection diagram
Note:
improper dispose of leveling photoelectric switch may interfere with normal operation,
and frequent change is not a fundamental solution, and will greatly increase the cost. Taking the
above 4 methods will greatly reduce the interference and even eliminate interference.
ƹNotes for leveling switch installation
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Diagram 8.7
When the rotary Encoder is interfered or in poor quality, it will also affect the leveling
accuracy
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X (N-1) = (Up (N-1) + Dn (N-1)) / 2;
If the deviation of X(2)
X(N-1) exceeds 10 mm, please adjust spile , a positive X(n) means
the spile of this floor is too high; a negative X(n) means the spile of this floor is too low. If
the deviation is less than 10mm, adjust with leveling fine-tuning software.
After rough adjustment for spile, carry out well self study again, and record leveling data.
Single level runs upward, from Floor 2 to Floor N, the upward leveling deviation is recoded as
Single level runs downward, from Floor N-1 to Floor 1, the upward leveling deviation is
recoded as Dn(N-1
1) Calculate the current leveling position error of each floor
X(2) = (Up(2) + Dn(2)) / 2;
X(3) = (Up(3) + Dn(3)) / 2;
X(4) = (Up(4) + Dn(4)) / 2;
...
...
X(N-1) = (Up(N-1) + Dn(N-1)) / 2;
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Leveling fine-tuning: set the leveling fi
ne-tuning of each floor to factory default: 20 mm
2. Encoder interference
1) Encoder shielded wire is not grounded, or the signal lines and power lines are not
separated, or interfered by power lines. This problem is very serious on the synchronous motor
site. Sincos Encoder or resolver is small analog
signal, more vulnerable to interference, which is
reflected by random irregular unleveling.
2) Check methods: record the well data
(from the bottom to the top)
after self study, re-start
well self study, compare the two self study data, with a corresponding position error of less than
3mm (usually identical or difference of + - 1mm)
, error of more than 3
mm can be regarded as
Encoder interfere or traction wheel skid.
3) Solutions:
a) Confirm that the motor ground wire has been connected from the motor to the control
cabinet
b) Confirm that the shielding line from Encoder to the inverter PG card has been
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Diagram 8.8 Compensation characteristic diagrams for no load sensor startup
Although, under normal circumstances,
AS380
series integrated drive controller does not
need pre-load weighing device. However, on some occasions, in order to obtain overload and full
load signal, analog signal weighing device is insta
lled; or some elevator users have particularly
high comfort requirements for elevator starter and ask for pre-load weighing device for starting
compensation; there exists also another case:
in case of using non-gear tractor, no Encoder
complies with non-pre-load
starting compensation requirements
, the elevator will need pre-load
devices, and inverter adopts torque compensation technology at start.
When pre-load weighing is used to compensate
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Remarks
F164 Type of weighing
99 See the following
compensation on
the ground floor
F194 Full-load
compensation on
the ground floor
compensation on
the top floor
Torque
compensation
direction
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Torque
compensation gain
Torque
compensation bias
Parameter F164 has the meanings as follows:
0 DTZZ-III-DC-SC Input open/close signal to the car top
Input weighing devi
ce signal by CAN,
and then calculate the final
compensation value by weighing device
1 DTZZ-II Input weighing device signal by CAN,
and then calculate th
e result by weighing
Input weighing device signal by CAN
2 DTZZ-II Input open/close signal to the car top
Input weighing device signal by CAN
3 DTZZ-III-DC-SC Input weighing device signal by CAN,
and then calculate th
e result by weighing
Input weighing devi
ce signal by CAN,
and then calculate the final
compensation value by weighing device
4 None Input open/close signal to the car top
Calculate the weighing compensation
values at light load and heavy load by
light/heavy switch signal, F193, F194
5 Input open/close signal to the car top
Input weighing device signal by analog
6 Input weighing device signal by analog
signal, and then calculate the result by
weighing device signal
Input weighing device signal by analog
99 Input open/close signal to the car top
Different types of weighing devices correspond to three different adjustment methods: the
first is use of DTZZ-III-DC-SC weighing device (F
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Use of DTZZ-III-DC-SC weighing devi
20 When the activity of weighing device sensor ranges within 0
30 When the activity of weighing device sensor ranges within 0
40 When the activity of weighing device sensor ranges within 10mm
0mm , parameter
50 When the activity of weighing device sensor ranges within 20mm
0mm , parameter
60 When the activity of weighing device sensor ranges within 30mm
0mm , parameter
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no-load compensation) so that the lift car can
maintain motionless when the Inspection starts.
During the adjustment, if the lift car moves do
wnward at start, increase F193; if downward,
decrease F193, until the lift car does not motion when the Inspection starts. In the end, adjust
Parameter F195 (top no-load compensation) so that the non-load lift car can maintain at top
leveling position. Then set the inspection speed (F12) to 0, adjust the F195 (top floor non-load
compensation) value to make car maintain static at inspection start. During the adjustment, if the
lift car moves downward at start,
increase F195; if downward, decrease F195, until the lift car
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COS Encoder is mandatory for a no weighing starting compensation mode. Compared with A, B,
Z phase incremental Encoder, SIN / COS Encoder is more expensive with more wiring and
weaker to interference. So, compared with
no weighing starting compensation mode, the
light-load and heavy-load switch starting compensation is less expensive, with less wiring and
stronger to interference. Compared with pre-load
starting compensation with analog signal input,
it is less expensive, easier to be installed and simpler for commissioning due to the absence of an
accurate weighing device. Therefore, we recomme
nd the light-load
and heavy-load switch starting
compensation mode to the customers who
use the dedicated drive controller of
AS380
integrated
elevator.
When the light-load and heavy-
load switch starting compensation mode is adopted, it is
necessary to install a light-load and a heavy-lo
ad switch on the car bottom. We recommend that
the light-load switch motions when the lift car load is less than 25% of the rated load, while the
heavy-load switch motions when the lift car load
is greater than 75% of the rated load. The
light-load switch can be connected to JP6-02 (HX4) of (SM-02H) on the car top board, while the
heavy-load switch can be connected to JP6-03 (
HX5) terminal of (SM-02H) on the car top board.
In the adjustment, load the lift car with 12% of its rated load, leave it stop at the leveling position
on the bottom floor, set the Inspection speed to 0, adjust Parameter F193 (bottom no-load
compensation) so that the lift car can maintain motionless when the Inspection starts; then move
the lift car with 12% of the rated load to the leveling position on the top floor, set the Inspection
speed to 0, adjust Parameter F195 (top no-load compensation). Move the lift car to the leveling
position on the bottom floor, load it with 62% of the rated load, set the Inspection speed to 0,
adjust Parameter F194, so that the lift car can
maintain motionless when the Inspection starts.
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This chapter describes the fault codes, situations, causes and solutions, and additionally, provides
analysis of faults occurred in operating and commissioning for information.
Start operation 10minutes after it is
disconnected to main in order to
ensure at that time charge indicator
lamp goes out or DC bus voltage is under
24V.
Or it may cause risk of electric shock.
In no case may the elevator integrated drive controller be remodeled
without authorization.
Or it may cause risk of electric shock and/or injury.
Only professional electricians may be allowed for maintenance. Never
When power is on, do not change
wiring and remove terminals
Or it may cause risk of electric shock.
9.1 The fault analysis of the inte
grated device control system
Table 9.1 shows the fault code and analysis of AS380
series elevator integrated drive controller
Table 9.1 Fault Code and Analysis
Description
Fault Cause Analysis
Door lock disengagement in
operation
(emergency stop)
Elevator overtravels when
going upwards
In automatic operation, the upper and lower limit switches are in action at the
same time and the elevator is
not at the highest level
In upward operation, the upper limit disconnected
In upward operation, the elevator crosses the top level
Elevator overtravels when
going downwards
In automatic operation, the upper and lower limit switches are in action at the
same time and the elevator is not at the lowest level
In downward operation, th
e lower limit disconnected
Danger
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In downward operation, the elevator crosses the bottom level
Door lock will not open
Door fails to open in position afte
r the door-open signal outputs for
consecutive 15 seconds (except the ab
sence of door-lock signal), reports
failure for 3 times
Short circuit for lobby door lock: the elev
ator is in the hall area. Lobby door
lock signal exists without car door lo
ck and with door-open limit signal (for
consecutive 1.5 seconds) (only effe
ctive for car door separation under
Door lock will not close
Door fails to close in position after the door-close signal outputs for
consecutive 15 seconds
exce
t the existence of doo
-lock si
and
Inconsistence for 4 se
failure
Communications interference
Terminal resistance is not under short circuit
Breakdown in communications
Failure reported after disconnection with
lift car panel SM-02 communication
Dislocation of
tion switch 1
Check after self study or with power on: the position of the upward
deceleration switch on the single level is
3/5 higher than the story height of
the top floor
Check after self study or with power on: the position of the upward
deceleration switch on the single level is shorter than the minimum
deceleration distance
Check the operation: the position of the upward deceleration switch on the
single level is 100mm lower than the position of the upward deceleration
switch on the single level in the well learning
Check the operation: the position of the upward deceleration switch on the
single level is 150mm higher than the position of the upward deceleration
switch on the single level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the upw
ard deceleration switch on the single
level is 100mm lower than the positi
on of the upward deceleration switch on
the single level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the upw
ard deceleration switch on the single
level is 150mm higher than the position
of the upward deceleration switch
on the single level in the well learni
ng, and the deceleration switch on the
single level is not in action
In automatic operation, the upper and lower limit switches are in action at the
same time and the elevator is
not at the highest level
11
Dislocation of
downward deceleration switch 1
Check after self study or with power on: the position of the downward
deceleration switch on the single level is
3/5 higher than the story height of
the bottom floor
Check after self study or with power on: the position of the downward
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deceleration switch on the single level is shorter than the minimum
deceleration distance
Check the operation: the position of th
e downward deceleration switch on the
single level is 100mm higher than the
position of the downward deceleration
switch on the single level in the well learning
Check the operation: the position of th
e downward deceleration switch on the
single level is 150mm lower than the position of the downward deceleration
switch on the single level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the downw
ard deceleration switch on the single
level is 100mm higher than the posit
ion of the downward deceleration
switch on the single level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the downw
ard deceleration switch on the single
level is 150mm lower than the positi
on of the downward deceleration switch
on the single level in the well learni
ng, and the deceleration switch on the
single level is not in action
In automatic operation, the upper and lower limit switches are in action at the
same time and the elevator is not at the lowest level
Dislocation of
tion switch 2
Check after self study or with power on: the position of the upward
deceleration switch on the double level is
3/5 higher than the story height of
the switch floor
Check the operation: the position of the upward deceleration switch on the
double level is 150mm lower than the position of the upward deceleration
switch on the double level in the well learning
Check the operation: the position of the upward deceleration switch on the
double level is 250mm higher than the
position of the upward deceleration
switch on the double level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the upwar
d deceleration switch on the double
level is 150mm lower than the positi
on of the upward deceleration switch on
the double level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the upwar
d deceleration switch on the double
level is 200mm higher than the position
of the upward deceleration switch
on the double level in the well learning
, and the deceleration switch on the
double level is not in action
Only one-grade deceleration switch in
stalled, but two-grade deceleration
switch configured (See F182)
Dislocation of
downward deceleration switch 2
Check after self study or with power on: the position of the downward
deceleration switch on the double level is
3/5 higher than the story height of
the switch floor
Check the operation: the position of th
e downward deceleration switch on the
double level is 150mm higher than the position of the downward
deceleration switch on the double level in the well learning
Check the operation: the position of th
e downward deceleration switch on the
double level is 250mm lower than the
position of the downward deceleration
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switch on the double level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the
downward deceleration switch on the
double level is 150mm higher than the position of the downward
deceleration switch on the double level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the
downward deceleration switch on the
double level is 200mm lower than the
position of the downward deceleration
switch on the double level in the well
learning, and the
deceleration switch
on the double level is
not in action
Only one-grade deceleration switch in
stalled, but two-grade deceleration
switch configured (See F182)
Dislocation of
tion switch 3
Check after self study or with power on: the position of the upward
deceleration switch on three levels is 3/
5 higher than the story height of the
switch floor
Check the operation: the position of the upward deceleration switch on three
levels is 250mm lower than the position of the upward deceleration switch
on three levels in the well learning
Check the operation: the position of the upward deceleration switch on three
levels is 300mm higher than the positi
on of the upward deceleration switch
on three levels in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the upward deceleration switch on three
levels is 250mm lower than the position of the upward deceleration switch
on three levels in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the upward deceleration switch on three
levels is 250mm higher than the positi
on of the upward deceleration switch
on three levels in the well learning, and the deceleration switch on three
levels is not in action
Only one-grade or two-grade decelerati
on switch installed, but three-grade
deceleration switch c
onfigured (See F182)
Dislocation of
downward deceleration switch 3
Check after self study or with power on: the position of the downward
deceleration switch on three levels is 3/
5 higher than the story height of the
switch floor
Check the operation: the position of the downward deceleration switch on
three levels is 250mm higher than the
position of the downward deceleration
switch on three levels in the well learning
Check the operation: the position of the downward deceleration switch on
three levels is 300mm lower than th
e position of the downward deceleration
switch on three levels in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the
downward deceleration switch on three
levels is 250mm higher than the pos
ition of the downward deceleration
switch on three levels in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the
downward deceleration switch on three
levels is 250mm lower than the pos
ition of the downward deceleration
switch on three levels in the well learning, and the deceleration switch on
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three levels is not in action
Only one-grade or two-grade decelerati
on switch installed, but three-grade
deceleration switch c
onfigured (See F182)
Dislocation of
tion switch 4
Check after self study or with power on: the position of the upward
deceleration switch on four levels is 3/
5 higher than the story height of the
switch floor
Check the operation: the position of the upward deceleration switch on the
double level is 150mm lower than the position of the upward deceleration
switch on the double level in the well learning
Check the operation: the position of the upward deceleration switch on the
double level is 250mm higher than the
position of the upward deceleration
switch on the double level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the upwar
d deceleration switch on the double
level is 150mm lower than the positi
on of the upward deceleration switch on
the double level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the upwar
d deceleration switch on the double
level is 200mm higher than the position
of the upward deceleration switch
on the double level in the well learning
, and the deceleration switch on the
double level is not in action
Only one-grade, two-grade or three-grad
installed, but
four-grade deceleration switc
h configured (See F182)
Dislocation of
downward deceleration switch 4
Check after self study or with power on: the position of the downward
deceleration switch on the double levels is
3/5 lower than the story height of
the switch floor
Check the operation: the position of th
e downward deceleration switch on the
double level is 150mm higher than the position of the downward
deceleration switch on the double level in the well learning
Check the operation: the position of th
e downward deceleration switch on the
double level is 250mm lower than the
position of the downward deceleration
switch on the double level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the
downward deceleration switch on the
double level is 150mm higher than the position of the downward
deceleration switch on the double level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the
downward deceleration switch on the
double level is 200mm lower than the
position of the downward deceleration
switch on the double level in the well
learning, and the
deceleration switch
on the double level is
not in action
Only one-grade, two-grade or three-grad
installed, but
four-grade deceleration switc
h configured (See F182)
At automatic mode, door open limit switc
h and door close limit switch are in
action at the same time with time-out for 1.5s
Slip protection failure
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Input signal at motor overheating point
Motor reverse failure
Skid for consecutive 0.5 seconds (upward speed feedback-150mm,
downward speed feedback�150mm)
Elevator overspeed failure
Failure 23 reported when speed feedback value is greater than allowable
speed for 0.1 seconds
When the given speed is less than 1m / s, allowable speed= given speed
+0.25 m / s
When the given speed is greater than
1m / s, allowable speed= given speed
*1.25
Maximum allowable speed rated speed * 108%
When terminal level runs at a decelerating speed of 0.8m/s
, Failure 23
reported when speed feedback value is greater than allowable speed for 0.1
Elevator over-low speed
Failure 24 reported when speed feedback value is less than allowable speed
for 0.5 seconds
When the given speed is less than 0.5m
/ s, allowable speed= given speed
-0.25 m / s
When the given speed is greater than 0.5m / s, allowable speed= given speed
Sensor failure for upper
leveling floor
After high-speed operation stops, the se
nsor for upper leveling floor is not
in action.
Failure 27 reported, when the action on the sensor for upper leveling floor is
greater than the maximum effective protection distance or greater than the
maximum invalid protection distance
When the length of the leveling spile is less than 300mm: maximum
protection distance for effective action = 300mm*4
When the length of the leveling spile is greater than 300mm: maximum
protection distance for effective action = length of the leveling spile*4
When the top floor is less than 3: maximum protection for invalid action
= maximum story height*1.5
When the top floor is greater than 3: maximum protection for invalid action
= maximum story height*2.5
Sensor failure for lower
The sensor for lower leveling floor is not in action
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leveling floor Failure 28 reported, when the ac
tion on the sensor for lower leveling floor is
greater than the maximum effective protection distance or greater than the
maximum invalid protection distance
When the length of the leveling spile is less than 300mm: maximum
protection distance for effective action = 300mm*4
When the length of the leveling spile is greater than 300mm: maximum
protection distance for effective action = length of the leveling spile*4
When the top floor is less than 3: maximum protection for invalid action
= maximum story height*1.5
When the top floor is greater than 3: maximum protection for invalid action
= maximum story height*2.5
Leveling position error is too
large
Brake contactor contact fault
Motherboard has no drive signal on br
ake contactor, but input signal is
Motherboard has drive signal on brak
e contactor, but input signal is not
Output contactor contact fault
Motherboard has no drive signal on ci
rcuit contactor, but input signal is
Motherboard has drive signal on circui
t contactor, but input signal is not
Door-lock failure
Door- lock close signal input when th
e door-open limit signal is in action
When door-lock relay detection is
Brake switch malfunction
Motherboard has no drive signal on brake
contactor, but open/close action is
Motherboard has drive signal on brake
contactor, but no open/close action is
Run signal failure
The control part of the AIO sends out
run signal, but does not receive the run
signal feedback from the drive part
Deceleration switching error
Overtravel in upward movement and th
e lower level forces slow open/close,
or overtravel in downward movement
and the upper level forces slow
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Communication failure
Exceptional communications in drive part and control part
Inconsistent lock failure
When the door opens, the hall door lock
Base closure failure
In operation, the output contactor cont
Signal start failure
After the brake is opened, no zero servo terminal signal is received returning
from the drive part
No speed output
After start, the elevator maintains the speed at 0, and the elevator does not
RTC error Main board hardware error
The combination of the length of
the self study leveling spile and
the distance with the leveling
The inconsistency of the number
of self study spiles and the total
story number of the elevator
with the level bias
The number of spiles installed =
Designed total story number(F11)
9.2 fault analysis of Integrated drive system
The fault code and analysis of drive system of AS 380 series elevator integrated drive controller is
shown in table 9.2
Table 9.2 drive system fault code table
Fault
Description
Possible Cause
st over-current
DC terminal with
excessive voltage
Check power supply and high inertia loads. Rapid stop
without dynamic braking
Open phase in output Check the motor and output wiring for loose
Encoder fault Check whether the enc
oder is damaged or the wiring is
Encoder wrong phase Check motor phase
Motor wrong phase Check motor phase
Phase angle self-study Do self-study of phase angle again
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Fault
Description
Possible Cause
incorrect
Insufficient current when
phase self-study
Increase F247 current gain when do self-study
Bad contact of hardware or
damaged
chnical personnel for Inspection
Converter
internal connectors loose
chnical personnel for Inspection
Current sensor damaged Replace current sensor
Problem in current
sampling circuit
Replace control board
Radiator overhe
ating
Ambient temperature is too
Reduce the ambient temperat
ure, enhance ventilation
Duct obstruction Clean dust, cotton
and other debris in the duct
Fan abnormal Check the fan power cable
for connection, or replace the
fan with the same model
Temperature
Brake unit
failure
Brake unit damaged Replace
the corresponding driver module
External braking
resistor short circuit
Check the braking resistor connection
Fuse-off failure
output torque
Over-low input
Check the input power
stall or severe load mutation
Lower load mutation to prevent motor stall
Encoder fault Check whether the enc
oder is damaged or the wiring is
Open phase for output Check the motor
and output wiring for loose connections
Speed deviation
Acceleration time is too
Extend the acceleration time
Overloaded Reduce the load
Current limit is too low Increase the limit value in the allowable range
accelerated runni
Abnormal input
Check the input power
The motor is quick restarted
again in high-speed rotation
Stop and restart the motor
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Fault
Description
Possible Cause
protection
(In decelerated
protection
Excessive load inertia Use a
Deceleration time is too
Extend the deceleration time
The braking resistor has an
extremely large value or is
disconnected
Connect the appropriate braking resistor
(In constant
speed operation
protection
Exceptional input power Check the input power
Excessive load inertia Use a
The braking resistor has an
extremely large value or is
disconnected
Connect the appropriate braking resistor
voltage
Supply voltage falls
below the
Check the input power
Instantaneous power failure Check the input power. When the input voltage is
Significant changes in input
The power wiring terminal is
Check the input wiring
Abnormal internal switching
chnical personnel for Ispection
Large starting
current load in the
same power system
output
Abnormal, or ignored
connection or disconnection
in converter output side
connection
Follow the rules and check the converter output side
connections, eliminate missing and disconnection
Output terminal is loose
Electrical power is too
small, 1 / 20 or less of the
maximum applicable
motor capacity in
Adjust converter capac
ity or motor capacity
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Fault
Description
Possible Cause
overcurrent at
low speed (in
acceleration)
Low voltage in power grid Check the input power
Quick start the motor in
operation
Restart after the motor stops rotating
overcurrent at
low speed (in
deceleration)
Low voltage in power grid Check the input power
Excessive load inertia Use a
Deceleration time is too
Extend the deceleration time
overcurrent at
low speed (in
constant speed)
Load mutation in operation
Reduce the mutation frequency and magnitude of the load
Encoder fault
Encoder not connected
Change Encoder wiring
Encoder has no signal outputCheck the Encoder and power supply
Encoder wiring disconnected
Repair the disconnection
Abnormal function code
chnical personnel for Inspection
Velocity
in operation
Reverse speed in operation Check the external load for mutation
Encoder is inconsistent with
the motor phase sequence
Change motor or encoder phase sequence
Motor reversal at start, and
the current reaches the
current limit
Current limit is too low, or the motor does not match
Velocity
Encoder interfered or loose Fasten
encoder, eliminate interference
Motor phase
sequence error
Motor wiring reverse Anti-line or adjust parameters
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Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Overspeed in
the same
maximum allow
ed range)
Galloping in the field-loss
status of synchronous motor
Check motor
Incorrect self study in angle
of synchronous motor
Restart self study
Excessive forward load or
load mutation
Check the external causes for load mutations
Overspeed in
the reverse
maximum allow
ed range)
Galloping in the field-loss
status of synchronous motor
Check motor
Incorrect self study in angle
of synchronous motor
Restart self study
Excessive reverse load or
load mutation
Check the external causes for load mutations
of UVW
encoder
Problem with
encoder connection or
Encoder comm
failure
Encoder fault Check encoder wiring and try to do encoder self study
Abc over-curre
nt (three-phase
Instantaneous v
Motor single-phase
ground short circuit
Check motor and the output wire circuit
Encoder fault Check whether the enc
oder is damaged or the wiring is
Encoder wrong phase Check encoder phase
Motor wrong phase Check encoder phase
Phase angle self-study
incorrect
Do phase angle self-study again
Insufficient current when do
phase self-study
Increase current gain of F247 as doing self-study
Error detected on circuit
driver board
Replace driver board
Brake detection
failure
No action of output relay Check the relay control circuit
Relay action brake is not
activated
Check whether the brake power cable is loose or
disconnected
Feedback component fail to
Regulate feedback component
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Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Problems with switching
power supply voltage
UVW Encoder
disconnection
Problems with encoder
Encoder is not
self study
Synchronous motor fails to
learn encoder angle
Make encoder self study
over-current
(RMS)
Running under overload for
too long. The greater the
load, the shorter the time
Stop running for some time. If it occurs again after
Motor stall Check motor or brake
Motor coil short circuit
Check motor
Encoder fault
Check encoder damage or not and wiring
Encoder wrong phase
Check encoder phase
Motor wrong phase
Check motor phase
Phase angle self-study
incorrect
Do phase angle self-study again
Insufficient current as doing
phase self-study
Increase F247 current gain when doing self-study
Output short circuit
Check the wiring or the motor
Sincos Encoder
failure
Encoder damaged or wrong
lines
Check the Encoder and the line
Abnormal voltage on input
Check grid voltage
Open phase input
Loose terminal on input side
connection
Check the input terminal wiring
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Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Overspeed
against
exceeding the
maximum
speed limit)
Encoder parameter error or
interfered
Check Encoder circuit
Load mutation Check causes of the external load mutation
Overspeed protection
over-current
motor
Low voltage power grid Check the input power
Running load mutation Reduce the load
mutation frequency and magnitude
Encoder parameter error or
interfered
Check Encoder circuit
Earthing
protection
Connection error Correct wiring e
rrors according to user manual
Abnormal motor Test earthing insulation before replacing the motor
Over-current leakage of
converter output side against
earthing
chnical personnel for Ispection
Capacitance
aging
Converter capacitor aging
chnical personnel for Ispection
External fault
Failure signal on external
Check the external cause of the malfunction
Converter output side has
connection exception, miss,
or disconnection
Follow the operational rules and check the wiring of
converter output side, elimin
ate ignored connection and
disconnection
Unbalanced three-phase
motor
Check motor
Current sensor
Driver board hardware
failure
chnical personnel for Inspection
Braking resistor
short circuit
short circuit of external
braking resistor
Check the braking resistor connection
instantaneous
value is too
large
When Ia, Ib, Ic is not in
operation, instantaneous
value of three-phase current
is too large and reports alarm
chnical personnel for Inspection
short-circuit
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Fault
Description
Possible Cause
protection
failure for AIO
Loose connectors inside
inverter
chnical personnel for Inspection
Hardware has bad contact or
is damaged
chnical personnel for Inspection
Charging relay
failure
Charging relay damaged
chnical personnel for Inspection
The transient drop of
three-phase input power
voltage exceeds 30V
Check the cause for input voltage drop

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This chapter describes general information for maintenance of this product.
Start operation 10minutes after it is
disconnected to main in order to ensure at
that time charge indicator lamp goes out or
DC bus voltage is under 24V
Or it may cause risk of electric shock.
In no case may the elevator integrated
drive controller be remodeled without
authorization
Or it may cause risk of electric shock and injury.
Only professional electricians may be
allowed for maintenance.
Never leave foreign
When power is on, dont change the
wiring or remove terminals.
Or it may cause risk of electric shock
10.1 Warranty
Our company guarantees the elevator integrated
drive controller (main body) in the following
cases:
In the warranty period calculated form the delivery date, the manufacture will be liable for failures
or damages occurred in normal operating conditions; when warranty period is expired, the service
will be reasonably paid.
The services for dealing with the flowing troubles will also be paid even if it is still in warranty
period:
Failures and/or troubles caused due to use it not in accordance with instruction manuals or
modify or remodel it without authorization.
Not used for its intended use.
Damages during transport or due to falling after purchase.
Damages due to earthquake, fire, flood, lightning, abnormal voltage or other force majeure.
10.2 Product Checkup
In case damages, troubles or other problems are
found on product, please contact the agencies or
out technical departments and provides the following information:
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Product Type
Serial number
Purchase date
The following information must be informed of: damage condition, unclear problems and troubles.
10.3 Routine Inspection
Never remove the casing of elevator integrated dr
ive controller when power is on or operating.
You are only needed to carry out visual examination from outside. The routine inspection aims to
check:
Ambient environment is in compliance with standard specification;
Operating performance is compliance
with the standard specification;
No noise, vibration and other abnormal conditions;
The cooling fan of elevator integrated
drive controller is running normally;
There is no overheating.
10.4 Periodic Inspection
Prior to inspection, stop elevator. After it is disconnected from the main, remove the casing of this
product. At this time, the reservoir capacitors of main circuit may still remain charging voltage
which may be discharged out after certain dwell time. Please wait until the charging indicator
Objects
Inspection Items
Operating environment
Ambient temperature, humidity,
vibration, dust, corrosive gas, oil mist,
water drop.
Hazardous materials around
Visual
inspection,
thermometer,
o existence o
hazardous materials around.
LCD display
LCD displays clearly with uniform
back light.
If some characters can not be
displayed by LCD
Visual inspection
Uniform backlight
Display in good condition
Plug-in terminal
Bolt
1) check for loose bolts
2) check for loose plugs
screw down
visual inspection
1) no abnormal conditions
2) installed securely
Main circuit
Conductor
Check for broken or faded cover layer
Deformation of copper strip
Visual inspection No abnormal
contactor, relay
1) check for vibrating noise during
operation
2) if contacts pick up or not
acoustic inspection
Visual Inspection
No vibration noise
Hear the picking-up
sound
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reservoir
1) check for liquid leakage, fade,
fissure, expansion of casing
expansion occurs to valve body
Visual inspection No abnormality
Check for dust
Check for blocking or foreign
materials in air tunnel
Visual inspection No abnormality
Cooling fan
Check for abnormal noise,
Check for abnormal vibration;
Check for fade and deformation due
to overheat
Acoustic/visual
inspection. Turn the
fan blade after
powering off
Visual
inspection
Visual
inspection, olfactory
inspection
Rotate smoothly
2),3)no abnormality
Control circuit
Wiring Plugs
Check for dust and absorbed foreign
materials on double-bank plug-in
assembly between control board and main
circuit
Visual inspection No abnormality
Control panel
Check for fade and off odor of control
circuit board
Check for fissure, breakage and
deformation of circuit board
Visual/
olfactory inspection
Visual
inspection
No abnormality


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Appendix A EMC Installation Guide
From such aspects as noise control, wiring requirement, grounding, peripheral equipment surge
absorption, leakage current, EMC Zoning, installati
on precaution, use of supply
filter and disposal
of radiated noise, this appendix describes the el
evator integrated drive controller EMC design and
installation guide for reference by elevator integrated drive controller users.
A1 Noise Control
A1.2 Transmission Path
See attached figure A1.2 for transmission path of noise.
A1.3 Basic Measures for Noise Suppression
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See attached Table A1.1 for basic noise suppression measures.
Attached Table A1.1 Basic Noise Suppression Measures.
No.
Causes
Measures



electrostatic induction where signal lines are
arranged in duplex with power lines or arranged
in bundle, noises occurs and transmits in signal
line and additionally results in malfunction of
peripherals
1. Avoid arranging signal line and power line in
duplex and in bundle.
2. keep susceptible peripherals far away from
elevator integrated drive controller;
3. keep susceptible signal line far away from the
input/output cable of elevator integrated drive
controller;
4. Use shielded lines as signal line and power line.
It is better to put them in metal hoses (hose-to-hose
spacing shall not be less than 20cm )

Where closed loop circuit is formed among
peripherals and elevator integrated drive
controller, the grounding
leakage current of
integrated drive controller may cause malfunction
of peripherals.
If that time the peripherals are not grounded, the
malfunction due to leakage current may be avoided.

When peripherals sharing
a power supply system
with elevator integrated
drive controller, the
noise of elevator integrated drive controller may
transit along the supply line and resultantly cause
malfunction of the related peripherals.
Connect a noise filter at the input side of elevator
integrated drive controller;
or isolate the peripheral
from noise by isolating transformer/supply filter.



When such weak voltage equipment as control
sensor and their signal lines are installed in a
same control cabinet with elevator integrated
drive controller and are wi
red very close to each
other, the radiated interference may cause
malfunction of peripheral.
1. Susceptible peripherals and their signal lines must
e arranged far away from el
evator integrated drive
controller. Furthermore, the signal line shall be of type
shielded line which shielding layer is properly
grounded. Signal line shall be threaded into metal hose
and arranged far away from the input/output cable of
elevator integrated drive controller. These two kinds of
cable shall be perpendicular to each other.
2. radio noise filter and linear noise filter (ferrite
common mode choke) as installed at both input side
and output side of elevator integrated drive controller
will be effective for suppress its noise radiation;
3. the cables of elevator integrated drive controller
shall be arranged in thicker shielding layer such as
ducts with thickness 2mm or be embedded in cement
tray. In addition, the cabl
es must be threaded in
grounded metal hose. (Four-core cable may be
appreciable for motor cable. One end of a core
conductor shall be grounded to the elevator integrated
drive controller side and another end shall be
connected to motor casing.
A2 Requirements on Cable Laying
A2.1 Requirement on Cable Laying
As shown by figure A2.1(a): To prevent mutual coupling of interferences, control signal cable
must be laid separately with supply cable and mo
tor cable and be spaced as far as practicable. as
shown by figure A2.1(b): where
the control signal cable has to
cross over supply cable or motor
cable, they must be perpendicular with each.
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A2.2 Requirements on Cable Size
Greater cable size causes greater ground capacitance and greater ground leakage current.
Therefore, motor cable with excessive cross-sectio
nal area shall be used by derating so as to
reduce output current (each increment of cross s
ectional area makes current decreasing by 5%).
A2.3 Requirements on Shielded Cable
High frequency low-impedance shielded and armored (such as weaved copper wire mesh or,
aluminum wire mesh) cable shall be used.
A2.4 Requirements on Installation of shielded cable
Control cables are mostly shielded cables which shielding-purpose metal wire mesh must be
connected to metal casing by 360 girth jointing method with cable clip at both ends, as shown by
figure A2.2. In addition, the figure A2.3 shows an incorrect shield grounding method.
Figure A2.2 Correct Shield Grounding Method
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Figure A3.1 Dedicated Ground Pole
Among the above-shown four figures, (a) shows th
e optimal grounding method. Users are advised
to use this method as practicably as possible.
A3.2 Precautions for Grounding Connection
(1) Use grounding cable of standard cross sectio
n as far as possible in order to minimize the
grounding impedance; due to fl
at cable has smaller high-frequenc
round-section
cable, therefore, flat cable w
ith identical cross-sectional ar
ea will be more preferable.
(2) The ground cable should be as short as possible and the grounding point should be close to
the elevator integrated drive contro
ller as practicably as possible.
(3) If four-core cable is used for
motor line, one of the four core conductors must be grounded in
such a way that one end of it is grounded by the side of elevator integrated drive controller and
another end is connected to the ground terminal of motor. The optimal grounding effect may be
achieved if each of both motor and the elevator integrated drive controller has individual dedicated
ground pole.
(4) Where all ground terminals of system components are combined together, the noise source
caused by ground leakage current will affect the other peripherals of elevator integrated drive
controller. Therefore, in a same control system
, the grounding for elevator integrated drive
controller shall be separated fro
m those for weak voltage equipmen
t such as computer, sensor or
audio devices.
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Figure 4.1 Use Requirements of Relay,
Contactor and Electromagnetic Brake
Leakage Current and Countermeasures
Figure A5.1 shows the wiring capacitance, motor capacitance, ground leakage current and
line-to-line leakage current by the input/output side of elevator integrated drive controller. The
intensity of leakage current depends upon the carrier frequency and capacitance.
Figure A5.1 Paths of Leakage Current
A5.1 Ground Leakage Current
Ground leakage current not only flows by elevator integrated drive controller but also flows by
other equipment via the ground wire. As a result, it may cause malfunction of leakage protection
circuit breaker, relay or other equipment. The leakage current increases with the increment of
carrier frequency of elevator integrated drive
controller and the extension of motor cable.
Suppression measures: reduce carrier frequency; s
horten motor cable as practicably as possible;
use leakage protection circuit breaker specially designed for leakage current due to higher
harmonic/surge.
A5.2 Line-to-Line Leakage Current
As for leakage current flowing by the distributed capacitance between I/O side cables of elevator
integrated drive controller, its higher/sub ha
rmonics may cause malfunction of external
thermorelay. Especially when small capacity elev
ator integrated drive controller under 7.5Kw is
used, and at the same time, long wiring (more than
50m) is provided, the increased leakage current
is liable to make malfunction of external thermorelay.
Suppression Measures: reduce carrier frequency; install AC output reactor at the output side;
monitor the motor temperature directly with the te
mperature sensor; or use electronic thermorelay,
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the motor overload protection integrated to elevator
integrated drive controll
er instead of external
thermorelay,
A6 Suppression of Radiated Emission
Elevator integrated drive controller is usually installed in metal control cabinet, the external
instruments and equipments are lightly affected by
radiated emission of el
evator integrated drive
controller. Therefore, the external connecting ca
bles are deemed as the main source of radiated
emission. Due to the supply cable, motor cable as
well as the control cable and keyboard cable are
all necessary to be led outside of
the shielding cabinet; the cable outl
When using the shielding layer grounding method as shown in figure A6.2, the shielding layer
must be grounded as close to the cabinet as possible, otherwise the sectional cable from grounding
A7 Guide for Use of Power line filter
Power line filter may be used by heavy-noise protection devices and noise susceptible devices.
A7.1 Functions of Power line filter
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(1) The power line filter is two-way low pass filter which only permits flowing of DC current or
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Figure A8.1 EMC Zone for installation of elevator integrated drive controller
Description of above shown EMC zoning for installation:
I zone: Control supply transformer, control device and sensor
II zone: Control signal cable
interface requiring certain anti-interference capacity
III zone: Main noise sources including input reactor, elevator integrated drive controller, brake
unit, contactor and the like
IV zone: Output noise filter and its wiring
V zone: Power supply (includes
VI zone: Motor and its cable
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Figure A9.1 Electric Installation of elevator integr
ated drive controller In
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casing of elevator integrated driv
e controller. If impractical, firstly strand both shielding layers as
short and wide braid, and then flatten it to facilitate connecting to the PE terminal of elevator
integrated drive controller. The uncovered section of cable core conductor and the PE soft braid
lead shall be as short as possible within 15cm.
Item
Applicable standard
Criteria Level
Conducted noise emission
immunity
EN12015.1998
0.15
0.50MHz, 100db (
/m) quasipeak
0.50
5.0MHz, 86db (
/m) quasipeak
30MHz, 90:70db (
/m) quasipeak
Radiated noise emission
immunity
EN12015.1998
230MHz, 40db (
/m) quasipeak
230
1000MHz, 47db (
/m) quasipeak
Electrostatic discharge noise
immunity
EN12016.2004 Criterion B(contact discharge 4000V, air discharge
8000V)
EFTB immunity EN12016.2004 Level 4, Criterion B(heavy voltage end 2KV/2.5kHz)
Surge Immunity EN12016.2004 Criterion B(1KV)
Conducted noise immunity EN12016.2004
Criterion A (3V,0.15
80MHz)

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F00 Accelerating slope 0.550 0.200
1.500
m/s
F01 Decelerating slope 0.550 0.200
1.500
m/s
F02 S curve T0 (initial S
angle time T0)
1.300 0.300
3.000
F03 S curve T1 (S angle T1 at
end of acceleration)
1.100 0.300
3.000
F04 S curve T2 (S angle time
T2 at the beginning of
deceleration)
1.100 0.300
3.000
F05 S curve T3 (S angle time
T3 at the end of
deceleration)
1.300 0.300
3.000
F06 Nominal speed 1.750
0.100
10.000
m/s
F09 Parking floor 1 1
64
F11 Floor number 18 2
64
F12 Inspection speed 0.250 0
0.630 m/s
F13 Creeping speed 0.060 0.010
0.150
m/s
F14 Closing delay 1 (repsonse
to hall call)
3.0 0
30.0 s
F15 Closing delay 2 (repsonse
to car call)
3.0 0
30.0 s
F16 brake delay 0.2 0
2.0 s
F17 Automatic enable signal
release time
0.6 0.2
3.0 s
F18 Fire floor 1 1
64
F21 Leveling switch motion
delay distance (full-speed)
40 mm
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F23 Group control mode 0 0
3
F25 Input type 1 (normal open
F26 Input type 2 (normal open
F27 Elevator car board input
type (normal open or close
F28 Car roof input type
(normal open or close
F33 Auomatic operation
60 s
F34 Automatic operation times
for test run.
65535
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Firefighting switch input
definition and firefighting
mode selection
65535
Bit0: 0: ordinary
firefighting, 1:
Schindler fire mode
Bit1: 0: fireman
switch without lift car
board; 1: fireman
switch with lift car
board
Bit2: 0: ordinary
firefighting signal
display; 1: Shandong
firefighting signal
display
Bit3: 0: Motherboard
X15 input for
F36 Band-type Brake switch
F40 Weight data bias 48 0
100 %
F41 Weighter study and
F43 Buzzing/flashing function
status call
65535 .
F44 Serial communication
address (255 for
non-monitor)
255 0
255
F49 Emergency leveling
orientation mode
2
F50 Front door opening
permission 1 (opening
F51 Front door opening
permission 2 (opening
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F52 Front door opening
permission 3 (opening
F191 Front door opening
permission 4 (opening
F53 Rear door opening
permission 1 (opening
F54 Rear door opening
permission 2 (opening
F55 Rear door opening
permission 3 (opening
F192 Rear door opening
permission 4 (opening
F56 Up leveling adjustment (50
to refernece value)
50 0
240 mm
F57 Down leveling adjustment
(50 to refernece value)
50 0
240 mm
F59 Zero speed brake delay 0 0
10.00 0.01s
F61 Arrival distance by arrival
gong
1200 0
4000 mm
F62 Anti-slipping limit time 32 20
45 s
F65 Base electrode lock mode 0 0
1 0: No base lock, 1:
output contactor off,
immediate lock
F66 With or whithout upper
and lower limt
0 0-1
F67 With or whithout
entension board
0 0-1
F70 Light load uplink gain
F71 Light load lowlink gain
F72 Heavy load uplink gain
F73 Heavy load lowlink gain
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F74 Light load height gain
F75 Heavy load height gain
F115 Overtime opening door 15 3
30 s
F116 Overtime closing door 15 3
30 s
F117 Opening time for forced
closing
60 0
1800 s
F118 Opening time for the
disabled
10 0
1800 s
F120 Car call number when
anti-nuisance function
activates.
30
F121 Activate forced closing
function (0 represents not
activate)
1
F122 Signal delay release time
in Inspection.
0.3 0
10.0 s
F123 Call categories 0 0
3 x
F124 Define the function of
mainboard X16 input point
2
F128 Control of front and rear
doors
1 0: separate control of
front and back doors;
1: joint control of
front and back doors
F129 Activate the functions of
pre-opening
3
F130
Maintain the
opening/closing torque
Bit0: 1: door
maintaining open
Bit1: 1: door
maintaining closed
Bit2: 1: door
maintaining closed
during operation
F131
Time section floor
F132 Time section floor
blockade beginning time
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F133
Time section floor
F137 Service floor 1 (Floor 1~
16) when NS-SW function
F138 Service floor 2 (Floor 17~
32) when NS-SW function
F139 Service floor 3 (Floor 33~
48) when NS-SW function
F199 Service floor 4 (Floor 49~
64) when NS-SW function
F141 Time of delay release of
the main contactor (after
enabled)
0.50 0.50
10.00s
F145 Bus voltage gain 100 80
120
F146 Position error distance 180 180
1000 mm
F147
Protection of contact
F152 Lighting delay (fans turned
off automatically, delay
lighting)
180 0
65535 S 0: do not turn off the
lights
F153 high-voltage input
F156 With or without lock relay
F161
The function of floor
blocking for a time slot
65535
Bit0: 1: block
instruction
Bit1: 1: block upward
call
Bit2: 1: block
downward call
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F164 Type of weighing device 99 0
See the manual for
F165 Special control of door
operation
65535 Bit0: 1: door closed
during Ispection
Bit1: 1: door closed
during debug running
Bit2: 1: door opened
at the base station for
the elevator
F168 Elevator No. with IC card
65535
F169 Selection of upward and
downward callus by IC
65535
F170 IC card function in the car
corresponding to IC card
swiping need on Floor 1
16
65535
F171 IC card function in the car
corresponding to IC card
swiping need on Floor
32
65535
F172 IC card function in the car
corresponding to IC card
swiping need on Floor
48
65535
F175 Creeping speed at startup 0.006 0
0.100 m/s
F180 Speed gain 100.0 0
110.0 %
F181 Elevator No. at mutual
parallel connection mode
1
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F182 Slow down switch series 0 0
F183 Learn trip speed 0.800 0
1.000 m/s
F186 Creeping time at startup 0.50 0
10.00 s
F187 Monitor items 0 0
255
F193 No-load compensation on
the bottom floor
50.0 0
100.0 %
F194 Full-load compensation on
the bottom floor
50.0 0
100.0 %
F195 No-load compensation on
the top floor
50.0 0
100.0 %
F196 Second base station at
Duplex
64
F200 inverter software version
F201 Inverter drive mode 3 0 / 1 / 2 /3
F202 Motor type 0 0 / 1
0: Asynchronous
1: Synchronous
F203 Motor rated power
parameter
160
KW
F204 Motor nominal current
parameter
300
0A
F205 Motor nominal frequency 50.00
0.00
120.00
Hz
F206
Motor nominal rotation
1460 0
3000 rpm
F207 Motor nominal voltage
parameter
460 V
F208 Number of poles of motor 4 2
128
F209
Motor nominal slip
frequency
1.40 0
10.00 Hz
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F210 Encoder type 0 0 / 1 / 2
0: incrementa
Encoder
1: SIN/ COS Encoder
2: Endat Encoder
F211 Encoder pulse number 1024 500
16000PPr
F212
Zero speed PID adjustor
incremental P0
130.00
0.00
655.35
F213
Zero speed PID adjustor
integral I0
80.00
0.00
655.35
F214
Zero speed PID adjustor
differential D0
0.50
655.35
F215
Low speed PID adjustor
incremental P1
70.00
655.35
F216
Low speed PID adjustor
integral I1
30.00
655.35
F217
Low speed PID adjustor
differential D1
0.50
655.35
F218
Medium speed PID
adjustor incremental P2
120.00
655.35
F219
Medium speed PID
adjustor integral I2
25.00
655.35
F220
Medium speed PID
adjustor differential D2
0.20
655.35
F221
High speed PID adjustor
incremental P3
140.00
655.35
F222
High speed PID adjustor
integral I3
5.00
655.35
F223
High speed PID adjustor
differential D3
0.10
655.35
F224
Low speed point switch
frequency F0
1.0 0.0
100.0
F225
High speed point switch
frequency F0
50.0 0.0
100.0
F226 Zero servo time 0.5 0.0
30.0 s
F227
Band-type Brake release
time
0.25 0.00
30.00s
F228 Current slowdown time 0.00 0.00
10.00s
F229
Torque compensation
direction
0 0/1
positive direction
negative direction
F230 Torque compensation gain 100.0 0.0
200.0
F231 Torque compensation bias 0.0 0.0
100.0
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F232
Filtering time for feedback
signal of encoder
30 ms
F233
Feedback direction of
encoder
positive sequence
negative sequence
F234 Motor phase sequence 1 0
positive direction
negative direction
F235
Motor no-load current
coefficient
32.00 0.00
60.00
F236 PWM carrier frequency 6.000
1.100
11.000
kHz
Do not adjust this
parameter under
normal circumstances
F237 PWM carrier width 0
0.000
1.000
kHz
Do not adjust this
parameter under
normal circumstances
F238 Regulator mode 1 0/1/2/3
Do not adjust this
parameter under
normal circumstances
F239 Output torque limit 175 0
200
Do not adjust this
parameter under
normal circumstances
F240 Input voltage of inverter 380 0
460 V
F241 Nominal power of inverter KW
This is a read-only
query data
F242 Phase angle of encoder 0.0 0.0
360.0 Degree
F243
Zero position correction of
encoder
0 0/2
F244 Spare
No. Name Factor
F245
Selection of
F246~F255 parameter
function
65535
Modify this parameter, then
F255 will have different
meanings
When F245=0, F246~F255 have the following meanings
F246
Overheating protection
time for radiator
50
000
65535
0.01s
Default protection in case of
radiator overheating for more
than 0.5 second
F247
Overspeed protection
coefficient
12000 0
65535 0.01%
The default overspeed protection
threshold is 120%
F248
Overspeed protection
time
100 0
65535 0.01s
Default protection in case of the
speed surpasses F247 value for 1
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F249
Confirmation times for
inputting open phase
35 0
65535 Time
Default protection in case of
inputting open phase for more
than 35 times in a given moment
F250
Confirmation times for
short circuit of braking
resistor
10 0
65535 Time
Default protection in case of short
circuit of brakin
g resistor for
more than 10 times in a given
moment
F251
Confirmation times for
SinCos Encoder
disconnection
65535 Time
Default protection in case of
SinCos Encoder disconnection
confirmed for more than twice
F252
Confirmation times for
outputting open phase
2000 0
65535 0.001s
Default protection in case of
outputting open phase confirmed
for more than 2 second
F253
Confirmation of
voltage for charging
65 0
65535 Volt
Protection after the three-phase
in-operation input voltage
reduces to 65/1.414 = 46V, 144
failure reported, the charging
relay may be damaged or the grid
voltage is suddenly decreased.
F254
Confirmation
threshold of Encoder
300 0
65535
No 28 failure re
ported in case
that the D-value of the absolute
position and computing position
F255
Protection threshold of
ABZ encoder
disconnection
20 0
100
Protection in case of speed
feedback deviation of
synchronous motor confirmed for
When F245=1, F246~F255 have the following meanings
F246
Protection times of
IGBT
2 0~65535 Times
Times of Instantaneous over
current of IGBT
F247
Protection option of
0 0/1/2
0:two ways of I2t
protection,1:only the first way of
I2t protection,2: only the second
way of I2t protection
F248 Spare
F249 Spare
F250 Spare
F251 Spare
F252 Spare
F253 Spare
F254 Spare
F255 Spare
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When F245=2, F246~F255 have the following meanings
F246 Spare
Internal test parameters, do not
modify
F247
PWM modulation
mode
0: 5 segment; 1: 7 segment; 2:
40% rpm 7 segm�ents, 40% 5
segments
At low speed, the AIO has too
much interference toward
outside. For example, when CAN
has a poor communication signal,
the change to 0 (5 segments) will
have significant effect, and it will
reduce the heat of the drive, but
may cause too much noise
for inverter at low speed.
F248 Spare
Internal test parameters, do not
modify
F249 Spare
Internal test parameters, do not
modify
F250
Three-phase current
balance coefficient

Read-only, the calibration factor
of three-phase current balance
coefficient will automatically
change. The synchronous motor
may trigger the self study
command of the asynchronous
motor to output contactor, and
carry out the calibration of the
three-phase current balance
coefficient. Such function will
reduce the motor vibration and
improve comfort.
F251 Spare
F252
Positive /negtive
rotation enabled
0 0~60000 0.1s
0:allow
Positive /negtive rotation
1:only allow positive rotation
F253
Position /negtive
rotation dead-time
20 0~200 %
The zero-speed time of
positive/negative rotation change
F254
Accelerating
overcurrent threshold
of inverter
180 0
200 %
Inverter stop accelerating and
maintain the current speed if
overcurrent occur during the
acceleration process, then
continue to accelerate once the
current drop.
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F255
decelerating
overvoltage threshold
of inverter
750 0
800 V
Inverter stop decelerating and
maintain the current speed if bus
voltage is more than the setting
value during the deceleration
process, then continue to
decelerate once the voltage drop.
When F245=3, F246~F255 have the following meanings
F246 Current loop P 140 35
280
Current loop Kp (no need to
modify)
F247 Current loop I 100 25
200
Current loop Ki(no need to
modify)
F248 Current loop D 0 0
200
Current loop Kd(no need to
modify)
F249 spare
F250 spare
F251 spare
F252 spare
F253 Spare
F254 Torque direction 0 0/1 0:positive 1:negtive
F255 Spare
When F245=4, F246~F255 have the following meanings
F246 Software version x Read-only
F247 ID No 0 X Read-only
F248 ID No 1 X Read-only
F249 ID No 2 x Read-only
F250 ID No 3 x Read-only
F251 ID No 4 X Read-only
F252 ID No 5 X Read-only
F253 Inverter rated current 0.1A Read-only
F254
Rated current of
inverter current sensor
A Read-only
F255
Motor power
coefficient
200 50~400 %
When F245=5, F246~F255 have the following meanings
F246 Stator resistor
0.001
ohm
Stator resistor of asynchronous
motor
F247 Rotor resistor
0.001
ohm
Rotor resistor of asynchronous
motor
F248 Stator inductor
0.0001
Stator inductor of asynchronous
motor
F249 Rotor inductor
0.0001
Rotor inductor of asynchronous
motor
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F250 Mutual inductor
0.0001
Mutual inductor of asynchronous
motor
F251
Motor low-speed
1500 0
65535 0.1%
Motor stop and motor low-speed
onvercurrent reported in case that
the motor speed is lower than
20% of nominal speed, and the
value and time duration of current
surpass those of F252.
F252
time
600 0
65535 0.1s
Duration of motor low-speed
F253
Motor high-speed
1200 0
65535 0.1%
Motor stop and motor high-speed
overcurrent reported in case that
the motor speed is higher than
20% of nominal speed, and the
value and time duration of current
surpass those of F2524
F254
High-speed
overcurrent time
3000 0
65535 0.1s
Time duration of motor
high-speed overcurrent
F255
Frequency dividing
coefficient of encoder
( PG card required)
0: ( no frequency dividing), 1:( 2
frequency dividing), 2: (4
frequency dividing),3:(8
frequency dividing),
4: (16 frequency dividing),5 (32
frequency dividing),6:(64
frequency dividing), 7: (128
frequency dividing)
When F245=6, F246~F255 have the following meanings
F246
Synchronous motor
study angle or not
when power on
1 0/1
F247
Current gain when
self-study
150 0
400 %
Current gain when synchronous
motor conduct angle self-study
F248 Command option 2 0/1/2 Running command option
F249
Zero servo process
current loop gain
100 48~65535 %
Zero servo process current loop
gain
F250 Spare
F251 Spare
F252 Spare
F253 Spare
F254 Spare
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F255 Spare
Fault Code And Analysis
Description
Fault Cause Analysis
Door lock disengagement in
operation
(emergency stop)
Elevator overtravels when
going upwards
In automatic operation, the upper and lower limit switches are in action at the
same time and the elevator is
not at the highest level
In upward operation, the upper limit disconnected
In upward operation, the elevator crosses the top level
Elevator overtravels when
going downwards
In automatic operation, the upper and lower limit switches are in action at the
same time and the elevator is not at the lowest level
In downward operation, th
e lower limit disconnected
In downward operation, the elevator crosses the bottom level
Door lock will not open
Door fails to open in position afte
r the door-open signal outputs for
consecutive 15 seconds (except the ab
sence of door-lock signal), reports
failure for 3 times
Short circuit for lobby door lock: the elev
ator is in the hall area. Lobby door
lock signal exists without car door lo
ck and with door-open limit signal (for
consecutive 1.5 seconds) (only effe
ctive for car door separation under
Door lock will not close
Door fails to close in position after the door-close signal outputs for
consecutive 15 seconds
exce
t the existence of doo
-lock si
and
Inconsistence for 4 se
failure
Communications interference
Terminal resistance is not under short circuit
Breakdown in communications
Failure reported after disconnection with
lift car panel SM-02 communication
Dislocation of
tion switch 1
Check after self study or with power on: the position of the upward
deceleration switch on the single level is
3/5 higher than the story height of
the top floor
Check after self study or with power on: the position of the upward
deceleration switch on the single level is shorter than the minimum
deceleration distance
Check the operation: the position of the upward deceleration switch on the
single level is 100mm lower than the position of the upward deceleration
switch on the single level in the well learning
Check the operation: the position of the upward deceleration switch on the
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single level is 150mm higher than the position of the upward deceleration
switch on the single level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the upw
ard deceleration switch on the single
level is 100mm lower than the positi
on of the upward deceleration switch on
the single level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the upw
ard deceleration switch on the single
level is 150mm higher than the position
of the upward deceleration switch
on the single level in the well learni
ng, and the deceleration switch on the
single level is not in action
In automatic operation, the upper and lower limit switches are in action at the
same time and the elevator is
not at the highest level
11
Dislocation of
downward deceleration switch 1
Check after self study or with power on: the position of the downward
deceleration switch on the single level is
3/5 higher than the story height of
the bottom floor
Check after self study or with power on: the position of the downward
deceleration switch on the single level is shorter than the minimum
deceleration distance
Check the operation: the position of th
e downward deceleration switch on the
single level is 100mm higher than the
position of the downward deceleration
switch on the single level in the well learning
Check the operation: the position of th
e downward deceleration switch on the
single level is 150mm lower than the position of the downward deceleration
switch on the single level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the downw
ard deceleration switch on the single
level is 100mm higher than the posit
ion of the downward deceleration
switch on the single level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the downw
ard deceleration switch on the single
level is 150mm lower than the positi
on of the downward deceleration switch
on the single level in the well learni
ng, and the deceleration switch on the
single level is not in action
In automatic operation, the upper and lower limit switches are in action at the
same time and the elevator is not at the lowest level
Dislocation of
tion switch 2
Check after self study or with power on: the position of the upward
deceleration switch on the double level is
3/5 higher than the story height of
the switch floor
Check the operation: the position of the upward deceleration switch on the
double level is 150mm lower than the position of the upward deceleration
switch on the double level in the well learning
Check the operation: the position of the upward deceleration switch on the
double level is 250mm higher than the
position of the upward deceleration
switch on the double level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the upwar
d deceleration switch on the double
level is 150mm lower than the positi
on of the upward deceleration switch on
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the double level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the upwar
d deceleration switch on the double
level is 200mm higher than the position
of the upward deceleration switch
on the double level in the well learning
, and the deceleration switch on the
double level is not in action
Only one-grade deceleration switch in
stalled, but two-grade deceleration
switch configured (See F182)
Dislocation of
downward deceleration switch 2
Check after self study or with power on: the position of the downward
deceleration switch on the double level is
3/5 higher than the story height of
the switch floor
Check the operation: the position of th
e downward deceleration switch on the
double level is 150mm higher than the position of the downward
deceleration switch on the double level in the well learning
Check the operation: the position of th
e downward deceleration switch on the
double level is 250mm lower than the
position of the downward deceleration
switch on the double level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the
downward deceleration switch on the
double level is 150mm higher than the position of the downward
deceleration switch on the double level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the
downward deceleration switch on the
double level is 200mm lower than the
position of the downward deceleration
switch on the double level in the well
learning, and the
deceleration switch
on the double level is
not in action
Only one-grade deceleration switch in
stalled, but two-grade deceleration
switch configured (See F182)
Dislocation of
tion switch 3
Check after self study or with power on: the position of the upward
deceleration switch on three levels is 3/
5 higher than the story height of the
switch floor
Check the operation: the position of the upward deceleration switch on three
levels is 250mm lower than the position of the upward deceleration switch
on three levels in the well learning
Check the operation: the position of the upward deceleration switch on three
levels is 300mm higher than the positi
on of the upward deceleration switch
on three levels in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the upward deceleration switch on three
levels is 250mm lower than the position of the upward deceleration switch
on three levels in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the upward deceleration switch on three
levels is 250mm higher than the positi
on of the upward deceleration switch
on three levels in the well learning, and the deceleration switch on three
levels is not in action
Only one-grade or two-grade decelerati
on switch installed, but three-grade
deceleration switch c
onfigured (See F182)
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Dislocation of
downward deceleration switch 3
Check after self study or with power on: the position of the downward
deceleration switch on three levels is 3/
5 higher than the story height of the
switch floor
Check the operation: the position of the downward deceleration switch on
three levels is 250mm higher than the
position of the downward deceleration
switch on three levels in the well learning
Check the operation: the position of the downward deceleration switch on
three levels is 300mm lower than th
e position of the downward deceleration
switch on three levels in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the
downward deceleration switch on three
levels is 250mm higher than the pos
ition of the downward deceleration
switch on three levels in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the
downward deceleration switch on three
levels is 250mm lower than the pos
ition of the downward deceleration
switch on three levels in the well learning, and the deceleration switch on
three levels is not in action
Only one-grade or two-grade decelerati
on switch installed, but three-grade
deceleration switch c
onfigured (See F182)
Dislocation of
tion switch 4
Check after self study or with power on: the position of the upward
deceleration switch on four levels is 3/
5 higher than the story height of the
switch floor
Check the operation: the position of the upward deceleration switch on the
double level is 150mm lower than the position of the upward deceleration
switch on the double level in the well learning
Check the operation: the position of the upward deceleration switch on the
double level is 250mm higher than the
position of the upward deceleration
switch on the double level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the upwar
d deceleration switch on the double
level is 150mm lower than the positi
on of the upward deceleration switch on
the double level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the upwar
d deceleration switch on the double
level is 200mm higher than the position
of the upward deceleration switch
on the double level in the well learning
, and the deceleration switch on the
double level is not in action
Only one-grade, two-grade or three-grad
installed, but
four-grade deceleration switc
h configured (See F182)
Dislocation of
downward deceleration switch 4
Check after self study or with power on: the position of the downward
deceleration switch on the double levels is
3/5 lower than the story height of
the switch floor
Check the operation: the position of th
e downward deceleration switch on the
double level is 150mm higher than the position of the downward
deceleration switch on the double level in the well learning
Check the operation: the position of th
e downward deceleration switch on the
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double level is 250mm lower than the
position of the downward deceleration
switch on the double level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the
downward deceleration switch on the
double level is 150mm higher than the position of the downward
deceleration switch on the double level in the well learning
Check at stop: the position of the
downward deceleration switch on the
double level is 200mm lower than the
position of the downward deceleration
switch on the double level in the well
learning, and the
deceleration switch
on the double level is
not in action
Only one-grade, two-grade or three-grad
installed, but
four-grade deceleration switc
h configured (See F182)
At automatic mode, door open limit switc
h and door close limit switch are in
action at the same time with time-out for 1.5s
Slip protection failure
Input signal at motor overheating point
Motor reverse failure
Skid for consecutive 0.5 seconds (upward speed feedback-150mm,
downward speed feedback�150mm)
Elevator overspeed failure
Failure 23 reported when speed feedback value is greater than allowable
speed for 0.1 seconds
When the given speed is less than 1m / s, allowable speed= given speed
+0.25 m / s
When the given speed is greater than
1m / s, allowable speed= given speed
*1.25
Maximum allowable speed rated speed * 108%
When terminal level runs at a decelerating speed of 0.8m/s
, Failure 23
reported when speed feedback value is greater than allowable speed for 0.1
Elevator over-low speed
Failure 24 reported when speed feedback value is less than allowable speed
for 0.5 seconds
When the given speed is less than 0.5m
/ s, allowable speed= given speed
-0.25 m / s
When the given speed is greater than 0.5m / s, allowable speed= given speed
Sensor failure for upper
leveling floor
After high-speed operation stops, the se
nsor for upper leveling floor is not
in action.
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Failure 27 reported, when the action on the sensor for upper leveling floor is
greater than the maximum effective protection distance or greater than the
maximum invalid protection distance
When the length of the leveling spile is less than 300mm: maximum
protection distance for effective action = 300mm*4
When the length of the leveling spile is greater than 300mm: maximum
protection distance for effective action = length of the leveling spile*4
When the top floor is less than 3: maximum protection for invalid action
= maximum story height*1.5
When the top floor is greater than 3: maximum protection for invalid action
= maximum story height*2.5
Sensor failure for lower
leveling floor
The sensor for lower leveling floor is not in action
Failure 28 reported, when the action on the sensor for lower leveling floor is
greater than the maximum effective protection distance or greater than the
maximum invalid protection distance
When the length of the leveling spile is less than 300mm: maximum
protection distance for effective action = 300mm*4
When the length of the leveling spile is greater than 300mm: maximum
protection distance for effective action = length of the leveling spile*4
When the top floor is less than 3: maximum protection for invalid action
= maximum story height*1.5
When the top floor is greater than 3: maximum protection for invalid action
= maximum story height*2.5
Leveling position error is too
large
Brake contactor contact fault
Motherboard has no drive signal on br
ake contactor, but input signal is
Motherboard has drive signal on brak
e contactor, but input signal is not
Output contactor contact fault
Motherboard has no drive signal on ci
rcuit contactor, but input signal is
Motherboard has drive signal on circui
t contactor, but input signal is not
Door-lock failure
Door- lock close signal input when th
e door-open limit signal is in action
When door-lock relay detection is
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Brake switch malfunction
Motherboard has no drive signal on brake
contactor, but open/close action is
Motherboard has drive signal on brake
contactor, but no open/close action is
Run signal failure
The control part of the AIO sends out
run signal, but does not receive the run
signal feedback from the drive part
Deceleration switching error
Overtravel in upward movement and th
e lower level forces slow open/close,
or overtravel in downward movement
and the upper level forces slow
Communication failure
Exceptional communications in drive part and control part
Inconsistent lock failure
When the door opens, the hall door lock
Base closure failure
In operation, the output contactor cont
Signal start failure
After the brake is opened, no zero servo terminal signal is received returning
from the drive part
No speed output
After start, the elevator maintains the speed at 0, and the elevator does not
RTC error Main board hardware error
The combination of the length of
the self study leveling spile and
the distance with the leveling
The inconsistency of the number
of self study spiles and the total
story number of the elevator
with the level bias
The number of spiles installed =
Designed total story number(F11)
drive system fault code table
Fault
Description
Possible Cause
st over-current
DC terminal with
excessive voltage
Check power supply and high inertia loads. Rapid stop
without dynamic braking
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Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Open phase in output Check the motor and output wiring for loose
Encoder fault Check whether the enc
oder is damaged or the wiring is
Encoder wrong phase Check motor phase
Motor wrong phase Check motor phase
Phase angle self-study
incorrect
Do self-study of phase angle again
Insufficient current when
phase self-study
Increase F247 current gain when do self-study
Bad contact of hardware or
damaged
chnical personnel for Inspection
Converter
internal connectors loose
chnical personnel for Inspection
Current sensor damaged Replace current sensor
Problem in current
sampling circuit
Replace control board
Radiator overhe
ating
Ambient temperature is too
Reduce the ambient temperat
ure, enhance ventilation
Duct obstruction Clean dust, cotton
and other debris in the duct
Fan abnormal Check the fan power cable
for connection, or replace the
fan with the same model
Temperature
Brake unit
failure
Brake unit damaged Replace
the corresponding driver module
External braking
resistor short circuit
Check the braking resistor connection
Fuse-off failure
output torque
Over-low input
Check the input power
stall or severe load mutation
Lower load mutation to prevent motor stall
Encoder fault Check whether the enc
oder is damaged or the wiring is
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Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Open phase for output Check the motor
and output wiring for loose connections
Speed deviation
Acceleration time is too
Extend the acceleration time
Overloaded Reduce the load
Current limit is too low Increase the limit value in the allowable range
accelerated runni
protection
Abnormal input
Check the input power
The motor is quick restarted
again in high-speed rotation
Stop and restart the motor
(In decelerated
protection
Excessive load inertia Use a
Deceleration time is too
Extend the deceleration time
The braking resistor has an
extremely large value or is
disconnected
Connect the appropriate braking resistor
(In constant
speed operation
protection
Exceptional input power Check the input power
Excessive load inertia Use a
The braking resistor has an
extremely large value or is
disconnected
Connect the appropriate braking resistor
voltage
Supply voltage falls
below the
Check the input power
Instantaneous power failure Check the input power. When the input voltage is
Significant changes in input
The power wiring terminal is
Check the input wiring
Abnormal internal switching
chnical personnel for Ispection
Large starting
current load in the
same power system
output
Abnormal, or ignored
connection or disconnection
Follow the rules and check the converter output side
connections, eliminate missing and disconnection
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Fault
Description
Possible Cause
in converter output side
connection
Output terminal is loose
Electrical power is too
small, 1 / 20 or less of the
maximum applicable
motor capacity in
Adjust converter capac
ity or motor capacity
output three-phase
Check whether the motor wiring is intact
overcurrent at
low speed (in
acceleration)
Low voltage in power grid Check the input power
Quick start the motor in
operation
Restart after the motor stops rotating
overcurrent at
low speed (in
deceleration)
Low voltage in power grid Check the input power
Excessive load inertia Use a
Deceleration time is too
Extend the deceleration time
overcurrent at
low speed (in
constant speed)
Load mutation in operation
Reduce the mutation frequency and magnitude of the load
Encoder fault
Encoder not connected
Change Encoder wiring
Encoder has no signal outputCheck the Encoder and power supply
Encoder wiring disconnected
Repair the disconnection
Abnormal function code
chnical personnel for Inspection
Velocity
Reverse speed in operation Check the external load for mutation
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Fault
Description
Possible Cause
in operation
Encoder is inconsistent with
the motor phase sequence
Change motor or encoder phase sequence
Motor reversal at start, and
the current reaches the
current limit
Current limit is too low, or the motor does not match
Velocity
Encoder interfered or loose Fasten
encoder, eliminate interference
Motor phase
sequence error
Motor wiring reverse Anti-line or adjust parameters
Overspeed in
the same
maximum allow
ed range)
Galloping in the field-loss
status of synchronous motor
Check motor
Incorrect self study in angle
of synchronous motor
Restart self study
Excessive forward load or
load mutation
Check the external causes for load mutations
Overspeed in
the reverse
maximum allow
ed range)
Galloping in the field-loss
status of synchronous motor
Check motor
Incorrect self study in angle
of synchronous motor
Restart self study
Excessive reverse load or
load mutation
Check the external causes for load mutations
of UVW
encoder
Problem with
encoder connection or
Encoder comm
failure
Encoder fault Check encoder wiring and try to do encoder self study
Abc over-curre
nt (three-phase
Instantaneous v
Motor single-phase
ground short circuit
Check motor and the output wire circuit
Encoder fault Check whether the enc
oder is damaged or the wiring is
Encoder wrong phase Check encoder phase
Motor wrong phase Check encoder phase
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Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Phase angle self-study
incorrect
Do phase angle self-study again
Insufficient current when do
phase self-study
Increase current gain of F247 as doing self-study
Error detected on circuit
driver board
Replace driver board
Brake detection
failure
No action of output relay Check the relay control circuit
Relay action brake is not
activated
Check whether the brake power cable is loose or
disconnected
Feedback component fail to
Problems with switching
power supply voltage
UVW Encoder
disconnection
Problems with encoder
Encoder is not
self study
Synchronous motor fails to
learn encoder angle
Make encoder self study
over-current
(RMS)
Running under overload for
too long. The greater the
load, the shorter the time
Stop running for some time. If it occurs again after
Motor stall Check motor or brake
Motor coil short circuit
Check motor
Encoder fault
Check encoder damage or not and wiring
Encoder wrong phase
Check encoder phase
Motor wrong phase
Check motor phase
Phase angle self-study
incorrect
Do phase angle self-study again
Insufficient current as doing
phase self-study
Increase F247 current gain when doing self-study
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Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Output short circuit
Check the wiring or the motor
Sincos Encoder
failure
Encoder damaged or wrong
lines
Check the Encoder and the line
Abnormal voltage on input
Check grid voltage
Open phase input
Loose terminal on input side
connection
Check the input terminal wiring
Overspeed
against
exceeding the
maximum
speed limit)
Encoder parameter error or
interfered
Check Encoder circuit
Load mutation Check causes of the external load mutation
Overspeed protection
over-current
motor
Low voltage power grid Check the input power
Running load mutation Reduce the load
mutation frequency and magnitude
Encoder parameter error or
interfered
Check Encoder circuit
Earthing
protection
Connection error Correct wiring e
rrors according to user manual
Abnormal motor Test earthing insulation before replacing the motor
Over-current leakage of
converter output side against
earthing
chnical personnel for Ispection
Capacitance
aging
Converter capacitor aging
chnical personnel for Ispection
External fault
Failure signal on external
Check the external cause of the malfunction
Converter output side has
connection exception, miss,
or disconnection
Follow the operational rules and check the wiring of
converter output side, elimin
ate ignored connection and
disconnection
Unbalanced three-phase
motor
Check motor
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Fault
Description
Possible Cause
Current sensor
Driver board hardware
failure
chnical personnel for Inspection
Braking resistor
short circuit
short circuit of external
braking resistor
Check the braking resistor connection
instantaneous
value is too
large
When Ia, Ib, Ic is not in
operation, instantaneous
value of three-phase current
is too large and reports alarm
chnical personnel for Inspection
short-circuit
protection
failure for AIO
Loose connectors inside
inverter
chnical personnel for Inspection
Hardware has bad contact or
is damaged
chnical personnel for Inspection
Charging relay
failure
Charging relay damaged
chnical personnel for Inspection
The transient drop of
three-phase input power
voltage exceeds 30V
Check the cause for input voltage drop

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Appendix C Inverter complies with the standards
European Low Voltage directive
AS320 Series converter products complies with EN61800-5-1:2007 standards, which comply
with the Low Voltage Directive
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
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Dear customers:
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Restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in
electrical and electronic equipment
. EU implemented the RoHS on July 1, 2006, it regulates the
limited use of six kinds of harmful materials during the electrical and electronic equipment
products of recently pu
implement
ation. On Feb 1, 2008,
Measures for Administration of the Environmental Protection of
Electronic Wastes Pollution
which was issued by China Environmental Protection Administration
began to be implemented which clearly regulated that the user of the electrical and electronic
equipment product should offer or relegate the electronic waste to units (including
individual
business households
) who had the corresponding scope of business listed in directory (including
temporary directory) to demolish, utilize or dispose them.
The products of our company comp
ly with the requirements of
Measures for Administration of the
Pollution Control of Electronic Information Products
and RoHS on the part of electronic parts and
elements
Six kinds of harmful materials of lead, mercury, cadmium, sexavalence chromium, PBB,
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During the usage, our company products will produce some heat to result in some harmful
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e at the end of the lifecycle and
are discarded, the heavy metal and
chemical poisonous material will seriously pollute the soil and water source.
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d, if disposed improperly, they will pollute the
environment. Our company requires the customer to
establish the recycle system according to the
national corresponding provisions, it can not be disposed as general domestic garbage or general
industrial solid waste, and it shall be stored and utilized by environmental harmless method or
unified recovered and disposed by authorized units strictly according to
Measures for
Administration of the Environmental Protection of Electronic Wastes Pollution
issued by China
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