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Toec-40 调试方法

[概要] 由于本工具可与若干种 OTIS 公司的电梯(如:TOEC-40 TOEC-60 等) 连接。本说明书仅以与 TOEC-40 型电梯相连时为例,与其它电梯相连时略有不同。 测试工具接在 LB(逻辑板

)上,因此它可以一边登记一边检查轿厢的状况和各个 输入输出。 [功能] 1.LED 检查 2.各状态的显示(轿厢状况,门状况,轿厢位置,方向,呼梯) 3.呼梯的登记 4.输入的显示 5.输出的操作 6.各轿厢的状况(组件) 7.存储器(RAM)内存内容的显示 [显示部] 显示窗:有 16×2 个 LCD 显示屏,显示出英文和数字。 [键] [MOUDULE] 对线路板进行选择。 [DISP STATE] 显示轿厢状况,门状况。 [ENT CALL] 登记呼梯。 [TEST] 不用。 [FUNTION] 不用。 [DISP IN] 输入显示。 [SEL OUT] 输出操作。 [0] ~ [9] 呼梯登记的楼层输入。 [SET] 不用。 [ON] 使输出接通。 [UP] [DOWN] 上,下呼梯。 [蓝键] 换档键。 [OFF] 使输出断开。 [GO ON] 显示后面的输入,输出状况。 [GO BACK] 显示后面的输入,输出状况。 使用方法 1.LCD 检查(自身测试) [功能] 实验 LCD 的显示机能 [使用方法] (1) 由于接通 LB(逻辑板),自动开始 LCD 顺次点灯实验。 (2) 在使用实验工具进行的情况下,按动红色的转换开关。 2.轿厢状况,门状况的显示:

[功能] 显示轿厢状况,门状况,轿厢位置,方向,各个呼梯。 [使用方法] 按动{DISP STATE} [显示] ★★★★★★★★单台的场合★★★★★★★★

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轿厢的方向 轿厢状况 门状况 1) 轿厢方向 向上▲ 向下▼ 无方向 第一行 LCD 轿厢位置 第二行 LCD 轿厢呼唤 第三行 LCD 大厅下呼唤 第四行 LCD 大厅上呼唤 2)轿厢状况 TRV? 继电器操作电路的交流 100V 电源脱落。 CORR? 校正运行开始前的等待状况,等 5 秒后便开始校正运行。 CALL? 等待呼梯。 RUN 轿厢正在运行。 DZ? 轿厢减速正等待门区,轿厢换速但还未进门区。 ZXT? 轿厢减速进入门区后正等待停止。 INS 轿厢正处在检修中。 ESS 紧急停止开关断开。 RESCU 正在援救运行中。 RLV 正在找平运行中。 MTC 电动机过热保护装置正在工作,马达热保护结点短路。 EQO 正在地震管制运行中。 FSO 正在消防管制运行中。 PKS 停车开关接通。 EMERG 轿厢因急停而处于减速,但未完全停止。 FAIL! 经过 5 次救援操作。 SAF? 安全回路断开。 MIP 丢失 IP(变成最端部楼层间的 MIP) 3) 门状况 DFC 轿门处在完全关闭状态。 DOL? 轿门正在开启中,但未完全开齐。 NT 轿门完全打开,正在等待门时间的结束。 DFC? 轿门正在关闭中,但未完全关齐。 DOHB 轿门完全开齐,并在计算 DOS 或 DOHB 开门时间。 ISS 轿厢处于独立服务操作。 ★★★★★★★★2 个轿厢的情况★★★★★★★★ 轿厢 轿厢状况 A▲ RUN 轿厢 A 方向 1)轿厢 A:将测试工具和 A 号机接通的情况。 门状况 DFC

B:将测试工具和 B 号机接通的情况。 2)其它和单机情况相同 3.呼梯的登记 [功能] 输入轿厢呼梯,大厅呼梯。 [使用方法]

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★★★★★★★★单台的场合★★★★★★★★ 1) 按动[ENT CALL] 键 2) 按动[GO ON] 或 [GO BACK],就选择轿厢呼梯或大厅呼梯。 HC :大厅呼梯 CC :轿厢呼梯 3) 按动[1] ~ [0] 的数字键,输入呼梯的楼层 ★最下楼层作为 [1] ★ ★改变错误的楼层时继续按动数字键★ 4)按动[UP]或者[DOWN] 键时输入上行或下行的轿厢呼梯,定上行还是下行。 ★呼梯被登记时在 LCD 显示部 LCD 点亮★ [使用方法] 在 B1-5F 现场输入 3F 的轿厢呼梯显示。 CALL? DFC [ENT CALL] CALL?HC GO ON CALL?CC ★★★★★★★★★群组的场合 其 1(接通 A 号机)★★★★★★★★★ 1) 按动[ENT CALL] 键 2) 按动[GO ON] 或[GO BACK] 键,选择轿厢呼梯或大厅呼梯 HC:大厅呼梯 CC:轿厢呼梯 3) 呼梯登记方法和单机相同 ★★★★★★★★★群组的场合 其 2(接通 B 号机)★★★★★★★★★ 1) 按动[ENT CALL]键 2) 按动[GO ON] 或 [GO BACK]键 3) 以下与单机相同 4 输入的显示 [使用方法] 1) 按动 [MOUDULE] 键时,显示线路板的名称。 CIB 1 2) 用[GO ON] ,[GO BACK] 键检查线路板(只有带※的线路板才能显示输入) ▲ ※CIB 1 ※CIB 2 ※CIB 3 TTB1 TTB2 (GO BACK) TTB3 GO ON SGB HLB1 HLB2 ▼

HLB3 ※I I B ※MIB
LB

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3)按动[DISP IN]键时,显示这块线路板最初的输入 IIB /FST ON 线路板 输入 输入状态 4) 使用[GO ON],[GO BACK]想要检查的输入被显示出来

CIBI : CB CB

(GO BACK)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 UHB 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 DHB 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 EP ATS PADZ ELC ERR PWC XEPL FSS

OFF

GO ON

CIB2:

CB

(GO BACK) UHB

DHB

线路板

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 输入

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GO ON

(GO BACK)

/FST /IP /DRV /URV ACS IUB IDB DOHB LRU TR1 TR2 TR3 PKS ISS ANSS LWS LNS TIU TID

由计数板来的输入 由计数板来的输入 由计数板来的输入 由计数板来的输入

GO ON

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(GO BACK)

/MTC /SDP /ZXT /OUS SVAJ FOS EQC DOB SGS /1LS /2LS PCS

GO ON

5

[注意]带 / 符号的输入表示在 OFF 时其功能起作用。 输出的操作 [机能] 开关 TTB , EPB , SGB 的输出。 [使用方法] 1)按动[MOUDULE]键 2)用[GO ON],[GO BACK]键,选择线路板 (参考输入显示这项) 3)按动[SEL OUT]键显示 TTB CTL 1 4)由[GO ON],[GO BACK]键,选择希望 ON , OFF 的输出。 5)用[ON],[OFF] 键时输出的 ON 或 OFF。

线路板 TTB1

CTL

(GO BACK)

UTL

DTL

输出 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

输出的状况 ON

GO ON

线路板 TTB3

(GO BACK)

输出 CTL17 … … … … CTL24 UTL17 … … … UTL23 DTL17 … … … … DTL24 SG1A … … SG1G SG2A … … SG2G CBS ARS NOL INL NSL UDL DDL LWL BUZ DCG FOL EQL CFL ATBU EPL

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GO ON

SGB

GO ON

(GO BACK)

[注意 SGB,EPB 的输出接通(ON)时,因为微机定期地输出位置的信号,所以指 注意] 的输出接通( ) 因为微机定期地输出位置的信号 输出位置的信号, 注意 , 示器只能在一瞬间接通或断开。 示器只能在一瞬间接通或断开。

这时,即使对于 SGB,EPB 的继电器的声音也能确认。 Page:8 6.轿厢状况的显示(只限于群组) [功能] 显示被接通的那号机的轿厢状况,轿厢呼唤,大厅呼梯。 [使用方法] 1)接通 A 号机或者 B 号机 2)按动[DISP STATE] 键 3)按动[GO ON]键时,显示如下: A号 轿厢的状况 4)A 号机接通的情况下,只能动[GO ON]键时,就显示 B 号机的情况。 [轿厢状况的内容] T:轿厢在恒速进行中 (TRAVELLING) NT:轿厢在停止或减速中 (NOT TRAVELLING) E:轿厢不满员 (EMPTY) NE:轿厢满员 (NOT IMMEDIATE) I:轿厢不延迟 (IMMEDIATE) NI:轿厢过一段时间再开 (NOT IMMEDIATE) A:轿厢可能一组运转 (AVAILABLE) NA:分别(独立)运转 (NOT AVAILABLE) R:轿厢可以正常运转 (READY) NR:轿厢有故障 (NOT READY) 7. 存储器内容的显示 [功能] 数据在 RAM 指定位置显示。(在 RAM 的最初部分记入发生故障的次 数.) [使用方法] 1) 按动[DISP STATE]键 2) 两次按动[GO ON]键时,显示如下: 8□□□ □□ □1 F1 F1 光头位置(8000H) 8000H 的数据 8001H 的数据 8002H 的数据 8003H 的数据 3) 是先头位置向 100H 位置进时,按动[GO ON]键,恢复时,按[GO BACK]键。 4) 制定先头位置的下两位时,使用[1]~[0]键。 5) 使先头位置进到 1 位置时,使用[UP]键,恢复时使用[DOWN]键。 位置 内容 8000H LB(逻辑板) 错误的次数 8001H TRV 停止的次数 8002H SAF 停止的次数 8003H ESS 停止的次数 8004H DFC 停止的次数 8005H SDP 停止的次数 8006H SDP 停止的次数 8007H OUS 停止的次数 8008H 变成 MTC 的次数 8009H 变成 CNS 的次数 800AH 变成 DZ 的次数 800BH 变成 IP 的次数 800CH 援救次数(不到 DZ 时)

800DH 800EH 800FH 8010H 8011H 8012H ※※注意 注意※※ 注意

援救次数(走过 DZ 时) 援救次数(DFC 停止时) 援救次数 (ESS 停止时) TPC 停止次数 FST 停止次数 行走中 ZXT 断开的次数

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※RAM 的位置为 8000H~83FFH ※H 表示满意 16 进制 ※位置和次数的数字用 16 进制表示 AH→10 DH→13 BH→11 EH→14 CH→12 FH→15 关于新型 IIB 的状态表示方法 1983 年秋以后出厂的 IIB 中装有表示状态的 LED,由 1983 年 8 月 1 日以后的 EPROM 程序表示。 显示

状况 示 等待运行控制电源供应 等 5 秒后,便开始校正运行 等待呼梯信号 运行中 轿厢换速而未进 DZ 轿厢换速进入 DZ,但未完全停车 轿厢处于检修状态 急停开关被打开 轿厢处于救援操作 轿厢处于平层操作 马达热保护接点断路 轿厢处于地震操作 轿厢处于消防操作 轿厢因急停而处于减速,但未完全停止

实验工具的显
TRV?

·

CORR? CALL? RUN DZ? ZXT? INS ESS RESCU RLV MTC EQO FOS

· ·

EMERG!
FAIL! PKS

经过五次救援操作
· 大厅锁梯开关 安全回路断路

SAF?
MIP?

·· ·

失去 IP 操作
因 OUS 动作而停止中

因 SDP 动作而停止中

OUS? SDP?

※ 门完全闭着时,各显示灯点亮 门没有完全关闭时,显示灯一闪一灭 门完全闭着时 各显示灯点亮,门没有完全关闭时 显示灯一闪一灭. 各显示灯点亮 门没有完全关闭时 显示灯一闪一灭

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Mechanical Design
2 Mechanical Design
The mechanical design of the Service Tool is shown in Flgure 21. The Service Tool consists of two rows display with 16 columns each And a keyboard with 16 keys. The Tool is connected to the LCB_II over a RS 422 serial communication line.

MCS-LCB_II 调试方法
MCS-LCB_II Service Tool Manual
Main Level Keys ———————————— M - MODULE F - FUNCTION S - SET №. M
7

LCB II – Menu System=1 Tools=2

Shift Keys OFF ON UP DOWN DISP IN SEL OUT DISP STATE ENT CALL TEST

Short Keys

Hex Keys

8 7 5 7 2 7
GO

9

7
4

7 6 7 3 7
clea

F

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

7
1

S

7
0

-S4 -S5 -S6 -S7 -S8 -S9

-

A B C D E F

7

7

7

ENTER GO BACK

Shift key

3
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Tree Structure
3 Tree Structure
All Service tool functions are organized under the tree –structure – structure Which you can see in Figure 3-1. It is divided in a SYSTEM path ,where you have access to the main service Tool functions – STATUS (system monitoring) - TEST (event monitoring tests) and - SETUP(setup of system environment),and in a TOOLS path. The TOOLS pass contains the Service Tool functions which supports installation and maintenance of the elevator.

LCB_II - Menu

SYSTEM - Menu

TOOLS - Menu

STATUS - Menu

TEST - Menu

SETUP - Menu

Search IO Calls Event Install Erase IO Inputs Diagnosis RSL Setup INST Outputs Part Allowed Opr.Memory Group RSL POS

ICSS

Selftest

DCS Run

Cmd

ELD

4
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Menu System
4 LCB_II Menu System
4.1 OVERVIEW The Menu System allows you to access the single Server Tool functions if you choose the right path through the Tree-Structure by pressing the displayed key.(number 1,2,3… 8) If there is only one number to choose .you can call the function also with the Shift Key ‘ENTER’. You can toggle between the different Menus using the ‘GO ON’ or ‘GO BACK’ key if the ‘>’character indicates a hidden menu. The ‘CLEAN’ key lets you jump one step back. If you want to jump back to the one of the three Main Level of the architecture,(MONITOR, FUNCTION or SET) you can do it with the ‘M’,’F’ or ‘S’ Main Level Key.

The LCB_II Menu System is shown in Figure 4 – 1.

Power on
- OK SELF TEST MECS - MODE

M

M
LCB_II - Menu System=1 Tools=2

1

2

F

SYSTEM – Menu > Status = 1 Test= 2 SYSTEM – Menu > Setup = 3

TOOLS – Menu > 1 = Search IO TOOLS – Menu > 2 = Erase IO TOOLS – Menu > 3 = Setup INST

1 S
STATUS – Menu > Calls = 1 Input = 2 STATUS – Menu > Output = 3 Group = 4 STATUS – Menu > ICSS = 5 Cmd = 6

2

3

TOOLS – Menu > 9 = Opr.Memory

TEST – Menu > Events = 1 Diag = 2 TEST – Menu > Part = 3 RSL = 4 TEST – Menu > Selft = 5

SETUP – Menu > Install =1 RSL = 2 SETUP – Menu > Allowed = 3 POS = 4 SETUP – Menu > DCS – RUN = 5 ELD=6

1
INSTALL – Menu > 01 System

2
Allowed – Menu > 01 Enable Allowed – Menu > 02 Cut Call Allowed – Menu > 03 Card_Rd

Figure 4 – 1 :Menu System
M LCB_II - Menu (15)

4.1.1 System Path 1 F
1 System - Menu

2
System - Menu

(16)

(61)

2

3

S

Status - Menu

(28)

Test - Menu (37)

(37)

Setup - Menu

(47)

1

Calls

(31)

1

Event

(38)

1

Install - Menu

2

Input (33)

2

Diagnosis (40)

1

System

3

Output

(34)

3

Part

(42)

2

OCSS

4

Group (35)

4

RSL (43)

3

Group

5

ICSS

(36)

5

Self test

(44)

4

Drive

6

Cmd (36a)

5

Doors

6

Position Ref.

7

Cargo

8

Emergency

(转下页)

2 3

RSL (50) Allowed - Menu

(52)

1

Enable

2

Cut Call

Legend: 1 Service Tool Key.

3

Card Reader (56)

4 Menu System Function (16) Page Number 5

POS

DCS Run

(58)

(60) Figure 4 – 2:System Path Overview 6 ELD

M

LCB_II - Menu

4.1.2

Tools Path
1 2

F

System - Menu

Tools - Menu

(61)

1 S 2 Legend: 3 1 Service Tool Key Menu System 9 Function (16) Page Number

Search IO

Erase

Setup INST

Security

Go on Figure 4 – 3:Tools Path Overview.

Test

4.2 LCB_II – Menus
4.2.1 Power On

SELF TEST - OK – MECS - MODE

M

Figure 4 – 4 : Power On Display / Keys

After Power On the Service Tool software runs an internal selftest. The display shown in figure 4 – 4 indicates a synchronized communication with the LCB_II and a successful selftest. The Service Tool is in operation now.

M
Key MODULE: Transition to the LCB_II – Menu.

LCB_II – Menu System=1 Tools=2

4.2.2 LCB_II - Menu
Key Sequence M

1 LCB_II - Menu System=1 Tools=2

2

2

1

4 Figure 4 - 5 LCB_II – Menu / Keys

Go MemoryM Opr. on

11

2 2
Key 1: transition to the SYSTEM – Menu Key2 : transition to the TOOLS – Menu
LCB_II – Menu MCS120 Sol.V >

Go on

Go on

(UP)

n

shift Key UP :display the current <toggle key> Controller Type and Drive Type.
LCB_II – Menu Stop on : U / DIS

Key GO ON :displays the current <toggle key> stop signal(s) (GO BACK)

1

LCB_II – Menu SVT – Key PROG: on

(see document : Service Tool reference List / Info Messages) Shift key ON: displays the current state of the programmable Short Key S9 Shift key OFF: removes display See:4.3 Short Keys
VERS:GOD616G28 6 – JUL - 1990

(ON)

M

Shift key and MONITOR: Displays the revision and date of the Service Tool Firmware.

4.2.3

SYSTEM - Menu M-1

1

2

3

Key Sequence
SYSTEM – Menu > Status=1 Test=2
M
Clear

Figure 4 – 6 :SYSTEM – Menu / Keys

1

-

Key 1: Transition to the STATUS – Menu

2

-

Key 2: Transition to the TEST – Menu

3

-

Key 3: Transition to the SETUP – Menu

M

-

Key MODULE: back to LCB_II – Menu (level M)

clear

-

Key CLEAR: back to LCB_II – Menu (one step back)

M–1–1 4.2.4 STATUS – Menu
1

Key Sequence

5
goon

STATUS – Menu > Call = 1 Input = 2

goon

(go back) M F clear

1 6

-

Key1 or Key2: Call of service Tool function Calls or input. Key3 or Key4: Call of service Tool function Output or Group. Key5: Call of service Tool function ICSS. Key6: Call of service Tool function Cmd.

goon goon

-

Key GOON / Shift Key GOBACK: Toggle through STATUS – Menu notice: (‘>’indicates Menu – Toggle)
STATUS – Menu > Output = 3 Group = 4

M

- Key MODULE: back to LCB_II Menu (level M)

F

- Key FUNCTION: back to SYSTEM - Menu (level F)

clear

- Key CLEAR: back to SYSTEM - Menu (one step back)

M–1–2 4.2.5 TEST – Menu
1

Key Sequence

5

TEST – Menu > Events= 1 Diag=2 goon

clear

Figure 4 – 8: SETUP – Menu / Keys

M

F

clear

1 5

-

Key 1 or 2: Transition to the Events – or Diagnosis – Func. Key 3 or 4: Transition to the Part – or RSL – Func. Key 5: Call of Selftest.

goon goon

- Key GOON / Shift Key GOBACK: Toggle though SETUP - Menu notice: (‘>’indicates Menu – Toggle)

TEST – Menu > Part = 3 RSL = 4

M

- Key MODULE: back to LCB_II – Menu (level M)

F

- Key FUNCTION: back to SYSTEM - Menu (level F)

clear

- Key CLEAR: back to SYSTEM - Menu (one step back)

M–1–3 4.2.6 SETUP - Menu
1

Key Sequence

5

goon SETUP – Menu > Install = 1 RSL = 2

goon

(GOBACK)

M Figure 4 – 9:SETUP – Menu / Keys

F

clear

1 6

-

Key 1 or 2: Transition to the INSTALL – Menu or RSL – Func. Key 3 or 4: Transition to the ALLOWED – Menu or Pos – Func. Key 5 or 6: Call of Service Tool Function DCS – Run or ELD – Func.

goon goon

- Key GOON / Shift Key GOBACK: Toggle through SETUP - Menu Notice: (‘>’indicates Menu – Toggle)

SETUP – Menu > Allowed = 3 POS = 4

(GOBACK)

M

- Key MODULE: back to LCB_II - Menu (level M)

F

- Key Function: back to System - Menu (level F)

clear

- Key CLEAR: back to System - Menu (one step back)

M–1–3-1 4.2.7 Install - Menu
1 clear 9 …
Install Menu 01 System > goon goon

Key Sequence

Figure 4 – 10:Install – Menu / Keys

M

F

S

clear

1 9 …

clear

- Key … Key 9: Call of the Service Tool function INSTALL –SYSTEM … Install – Security.(Please call Install – Test with Key ENTER) - Shift Key ENTER: Call of the displayed Service Tool function.

(ENTER)

goon goon

- Key GOON / Shift Key GOBACK: Toggle through INSTALL - Menu notice : (‘>’indicates Menu – Toggle)

(GOBACK)

M

- Key MODULE: back to LCB_II – Menu (level M)

F

- Key FUNCTION: back to SYSTEM – Menu (level F)

S

- Key SET: back to SETUP – Menu (level S)

clear

- Key CLEAR: back to SETUP – Menu (one step back)

M–1–3-3

4.2.8

ALLOWED – Menu Key sequence

1 3

clear

(ENTER)
ALLOWED – Menu 01 Enable > goon goon

(GOBACK) Figure 4 – 11: ALLOWED – Menu / Keys M F S clear

1 3 …

clear

- Key 1: Call of the Service Tool function Allowed - Enable … Key 3: …or the other 2 function of the ALLOWED - Menu - Shift Key ENTER: Call of the display Service Tool function

(ENTER)

goon
goon

- Key GOON / Shift Key GOBACK: Toggle through ALLOWED - Menu

M

- Key MODULE: back to LCB_II – Menu (level M)

F

- Key FUNCTION: back to SYSTEM – Menu (level F)

S

- Key SET: back to SETUP _Menu (level S)

clear

- Key CLEAR: back to SETUP_ Menu (one step back)

M-2

4.2.9

TOOLS – Menu Key sequence
1 9 (ENTER)
TOOLS – Menu 1= Search IO > goon goon

clear

(GOBACK) M Figure 4 – 12:TOOLS – Menu / Keys clear

1 9 … clear

- Key 1: Call of Service Tool function Search IO. - Key 2,3 or 9: Call function Erase IO, SETUP INST or Opr. Memory

- Shift Key ENTER: Calls the displayed Service Tool function.

(ENTER)

goon goon

- Key GOON / Shift Key GOBACK: Toggle through TOOLS - Menu notice: (‘>’indicates Menu – Toggle). (GOBACK)

TOOLS – Menu 02 = Erase IO

>

M

- Key MODULE: back to LCB_II – Menu (level M)

clear

- Key CLEAR: back to LCB_II – Menu (one step back)

S4 – S9

4.3 Short Keys Short Keys

The Short Keys provide direct access to certain, often used Service Tool functions, eliminating the need to step through the menu structure. The Service Tool functions Input, Call, Install, Alter and Events are assigned to the Standard Short Keys S7 (Shift 7),S8 (Shift 8),S4 (Shift 4),S5 (Shift 5)and S6 (Shift 6). Short Key S9 (Shift 9) is a free programmable key to store any posi tion of the Tree – Structure as a sixth Short Key. Once you have stored S9 (by pressing S9at the desired position)you Can reset it only on level M (LCB_II – Menu)

LCB_II Menu System = 1 Tools = 2

7
DISP STATE

8
ENT CALL

9
TEST

M

7

8

9

4
DISPIN

5
SELout

6

F

4

5

6

S

1

2

3

1

2

3

0

Goon

clear

S4 = Install S5 = RSL S6 = Event

S7 = Input S8 = Calls S9 = PROG

Figure 4 – 13 : Short Keys S4 – S9. LCB_II - Menu

4.3.1 Standard Short Keys

SYSTEM - Menu

TOOL - Menu

Search IO STATES - Menu TEST - Menu SETUP - Menu Erase IO

S8

Calls

S6

Events

S4

Install Setup INST

S7

Inputs

Diagnosis

S5

RSL Opr.Memory

Figure 4 – 14: Standard Short Keys S4, S5, S7, S8 and S9.

Example: – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ A -----------------------------------u d l ux -----------------------------------The current function may be STATUS / Output

8

- Short Key S8: Direct call of function STATUS / Calls. (see chapter: 5.1.2)

(S8) A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ ----------------------------------------u d l ux -----------------------------------------

PROG S9
4.3.2 Programmable Short Key S9
LCB_II - Menu Short Key

SYSTEM - Menu

TOOL - Menu

Search IO STATES - Menu TEST - Menu SETUP - Menu Erase IO

S8

Calls

S6
9

Events

S4
5

Install Setup INST

S7

Inputs

Diagnosis

S5

RSL Opr.Memory Allowed

Outputs

Part

Figure 4 – 15: Standard Short Keys and Short Key S9

In Figure 4 – 15 you can see the function of Short Key S9. In this example the function STATUS / Outputs is set to the Short Key S9 function. Now S9 is acting like a Standard Short Key. In Figure 4 – 15 the current position is SETUP / RSL. Now you can call function STATUS / Output with Short Key S9.

A Example – 00

IDL ST ] [ ] [ ----------------------------------------u d l ux ----------------------------------------Function STATUS / Output (see chapter: 5.1.4) Should be set as a Short Key function: First you have to call STATUS / Output. Short Key S9: Position STATUS / Output is set to the Short Key S9 function

9

(S9) 1 M (ON) notice : - Short Key S9 and LCB_II – Menu: Reset of Short Key S9.
LCB_II – Menu SVT – Key – PROG : off

- Key MODULE and Shift Key ON: The status of Store Key S9 is displayed on the LCB_II – Menu.

LCB_II - Menu SVT – Key PROG : on

9

(S9)

IO I AD P AD P >0000_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Now you can toggle between any function (SETUP / RSL (see chapter: 5.2.2)) and STATUS / Output. 9 - Short Key S9: Call of function STATUS / Output.
A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ u d l ux_ _ _

(S9)

5
——————————————————————

Service Tool Functions

5 Service Tool Functions
LCB_II – Menu System Tool functions All the Service = 1 Tools = 2 are divided into 4 groups, the STATUS, TEST, and SETUP and Tools functions.

SYSTEM – Menu > Status = 1 Test = 2

TOOLS – Menu > 1 = Search IO

STATUS – Menu > Call = 1 Input = 2

TEST – Menu > Events = 1 Diag = 2

SETUP – Menu > Install = 1 RSL = 2

STATUS – Functions

TEST – Functions

SETUP – Functions

TOOLS - Functions

M–1–1
Figure 5 – 1: STATUS-, SETUP-, and TOOLS- paths

5.1 STATUS – Functions

STATUS – Menu > Call ************* = 1 Input = 2 STATUS – Menu > Output = 3 Group = 4 STATUS – Menu > ICSS = 5 CMD = 6

goon

Key Sequence

clear 1

6

2
A-00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ C> U00D00 A 1C

3

4

5
A-00 IDL ST ] [ ][ ?:CLD1 ?:CLD2

Calls – function

CMD – Func.

A–00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ INS ?? dw DFC

A-00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ u d l ux

A-00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ ****************

ICSS IS ONLINE ICSS2 IS OFFLINE

Input – Function

Output – Function

Group – Function

ICSS – Func.

Figure 5 – 2 : STATUS – Functions

In the following all the STATUS – functions are explained. There are the Calls,Input,Output,Group,ICSS and CMD funcA – 00 IDL ST ] [tions to control the elevator calls and monitor the software ] [ status and system I/O ‘s. The first row always displays the Software Status. It gives information about - the car identifier in group - the direction of the moving cabin. - the current position. - the Operational Control software State, and - the Front and Rear Door State.

C> U00D00 A 1 C ------------------------------

Please find in chapter 5.1.1 the exact description of

The Software Status Display (Row one)

Figure 5 – 3:Software Status
A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ U00D00 A 1C 5.1.1C> Software Status Display

Car identifier A B C
A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ C> U00D00 A 1C

Description First car of group / Simplex second car in group third car in group

Direction — U D

Description stop / direction not defined car is moving in UP direction car is moving in DOWN direction

A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ C> U00D00 A 1C

Position 00 **

Description actual level (level 0) position not defined

A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ C> U00D00 A 1C

OCSS mode IDL

Description current OCSS – mode (ldle) see document: Service Tool Reference List / Operation Modes

A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ C> U00D00 A 1C

MCSS status ST

Description current MCSS – state (Stop) See document: Service Tool Reference List / Motion States

A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ C> U00D00 A 1C

Doors states ][][

Description front / rear door state: ] [ for Closed [ ] for Open < >for Opening >< for Closing ** for door state not defined

Event Messages in Status Display
A – 00 INS IN ] [ ] [ C> U00D00 A 1C

In additional a blinking Event Message will be displayed during Software Status Display if one of the following events occurs and The elevator is blocked. Examples:
A – 00 > TCI – LOCK ! C> U00D00 A 1C

Event Message >TCI – LOCK ! >LS-FAULT ! >start DCS ! >ACS is on ! >1LS + 2LS !

Leave Top of Car ‘ function on 1LS / 2LS check negative Door Check Sequence not opr. yet Anti Creeping Switch is operated 1LS and 2LS is operated

(see document: Service Tool Reference List / Event Messages)

M–1–1-1 Calls 5.1.2 Call – Function
Key Sequence Short Key
A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ C> U00D00 A 1C

S8

In Figure 5-4 you can see the display of function Calls. The first row displays the Software Status (see: 5.1.1). The second row controls the Elevator Calling System. - you can enter a Car Call ,UP Hail Call, Down Hall Call or Emergency Hospital Call - Monitoring of: - number of Upper and Lower Call Demands - Load Status - number of cars available in group - power supply

Figure 5-4: Calls – Function

Enter aA u 00 NOR FR ] [ ] [ call 1) 2) C>02 U00D00 A 1C Calls 1) C U D E 02 Call Type / Level Number Car Call Up Hall Call Down Hall Call Emergency Hospital Call entered call (level 2)

2)
goon goon

- Key GOON / Shift Key GOBACK : Toggle trough the Call Types C–U–D–E (GOBACK)

clear 2 (ENTER) - Key number for desired level (2) - Shift Key ENTER: Termination to enter the desired (type, level) call

A u 00 NOR FB ] [ ] [ C> U01D00 A 1C

1)

2) Call Demands 1) 2) 01 00 number of UP-Call demands number of DOWN-Call dements

A u 00 NOR FR ] [ ] [ C> U01D00 A 1C

Load Status A F P O D ANS load full load peak load overload default load

A u 00 NOR FR ] [ ] [ C> U01D00 A 1C

Cars Available In Group 1-3 number of cars available in group

A u 00 NOR FR ] [ ] [ C> U01 D00 A 1C

C E

Power Supply Normal power supply Emergency power supply

M–1–1–2 Input 5.1.3 Input – Function
Key Sequence

S7

Short Key
A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ ins es dw DFC

In Figure 5-5 you can see the display of function Input.

The first row display the Software Status (see: 5.1.1). Figure 5-5:Input – Function The second row monitors the System Inputs - Lower case letters of the input name stands for ‘Function = OFF’ and upper case letters for ‘function = ON’ - Up to four signals are displayed in one row .you can skip to the next / previous group with Key GOON / GOBACK. - Each group is assigned to a functional block. Both can be displayed with Shift Key ENTER. Please refer to the list of available System Inputs. (see document: Service Tool Reference List)
goon goon

- Key GOON / Shift Key GOBACK: Skip to the next / previous group of the System Inputs.

(GOBACK)
A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ md aes

2

3

- Shift Key UP / Shift Key DOWN: <toggle keys> Row one: Display of the functional block and the current group. Block :System Group 1 :Safety Chain

(UP)

(DOWN)

M–1–1-4

5.1.4 Output - Function
A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ B – 03 IDL ST ] [ ] [

Key Sequence

In Figure 5-7 and 5-8 you can see the display of Function Group. The first row displays the Software Status. of the Controller the Service Tool is connected with.
A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ *** *** *** ***

Figure 5-7:Group – Function

The second row displays the Software Status of one of the other Controllers in the group. (see :5.1.1 Software Status)

- Key GOON / Shift Key GOBACK: Skip goonFigure 5-8:Group - Function to the next / previous Controller in the group. (Simplex)
goon

(GOBACK)

A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ C – 07 IDL ST ] [ ] [

SY1 Safety Chain ins es dw DFC

M- 1 – 1 – 4

5.1.5 Group – Function
Key Sequence
A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ B – 03 IDL ST ] [ ] [

In Figure 5 – 7 and 5 – 8 you can see the display of function Group. The first row displays the Software Status. of the controller the Service Tool is connected with.
A 5-7: IDL ST ] [ ] [ Figure – 00 Group – Function *** *** *** ****

The second row displays the Software Status of one of the other Controllers in the group. (see: 5.1.1 Software Status)

Figure 5-8: Group – Function (Simplex)

goon goon

- Key GOON / Shift Key GOBACK: Skip to the next / previous Controller in the group.

(GOBACK)

A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ C – 07 IDL ST ] [ ] [

M– 1 – 1 - 5

5.1.6 ICSS -ICSS IS Function
ICSS2 IS

ONLINE OFFLINE

Key Sequence
In Figure 5-9 you can see the display of function ICSS. The first row displays the status of first ICSS. The second row displays the status of the second ICSS.

Figure 5-9 : ICSS - Function

M–1–1-6

5.1.7 Command – Function A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [
F : CLD1 R : CLD1

Key Sequence
The first row displays the Software Status (see : 5.5.1) The second row displays the Commands which are send to the internal Subsystems. (see document : Service - Key GOON / Shift Key GOBACK:Tool Reference List / Skip to the next / previousCommands) group of commands

goon goon

(GOBACK)
A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ MC: GoTo To : 00

A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ F : CLD1 R : CLD2

1) Display Field 1) 2)CLD1 3)CLD2 Discription Software Status command for front door command for rear door

Au00 NOR 2) ] [ ] [ FR MC : GoTo To : 00

3) 1) Display Field 1) 2) GoTo 3) 00 Discription Software Status Motion command Actual Target (**=invalid)

2)

3)

M–1–2

TEST – Menu > Event = 1 Diag = 2

1
clear

2

3

4

5

00000 total runs 00000 minutes on

Event – Function

Diagnosis – Function

Part – Function

RSL – Funtion

Selftest – Func.

Figure 5-10: TEST – Functions

In the following all the TEST – functions are explained. There are the Events, Diagnosis, Part, RSL and Selftest functions, which are the most used functions for service and maintainace. Short Key S6 is assigned to call the Event – function. The Diagnosis – function operates the diagnosis parameter stored in The EEPROM after Power – OFF. Part displays the configuration number of EPROM and EEPROM, RSL and Selftest are functions to test the hardware of the LCB_II.

M–1–2–1 Event S6 5.2.1 Event – Function
Key Sequence
00000 00000 total runs minutes on

Short Key
The Event – Function support the maintenance of The elevator. It displays - the total number of runs - the elapsed time since Power On - information about each event: - event text - the number of event - the elapsed time since last occurrence - the car position where the last event occurred Please refer to the list of Event Messages: (see document: Service Tool Reference List)

00000 00000

total runs minutes on 1)

global information 1) 2)
goon

00000 00000

number of elevator runs number since Power On

goon

2)

- Key GOON / Shift Key GOBACK: Skip through the list of recorded event messages.

(GOBACK)
00000 00000 total runs minutes on 00000 00000 total runs minutes on

No events logged____

0400 c002

RSL parity t00001 p**

No

more event logged

a) no event recorded

b) one event recorded

Event logging
0400 c002 RSL parity t00001 p**

4) 3) 1) 1.row

event logging event text

1

2)

2) 002 3) 00001

number of event since last occurrence elapsed time since last occurrence (minutes) car position where event occurred finally (** = position not defined)
Erase Value 0400 RSL ? parity

1 Event reset (ON)
clear

4) - Shift Key ON: ** Reset the displayed event.

- Shift Key ENTER: Termination of the reset Function.

(ENTER)

Erase Value done !

?

2

- Shift Key UP: Reset the entire event Logging.

(UP)

clean

1 (ENTER) - Key 1 and ENTER and Key 2 and ENTER : Termination of the reset Function.

Erase Events ? n=0 y=1 >

clear

2 (ENTER)
Erase Events Please wait! ?

- Key CLEAR: back to Test - Menu

M–1–2-2

5.2.2 Diagnosis - Function
01 DIAG ACT - T 000 : 00 : 00 : 34

Key Sequence
In Figure 5-12 you can see the display of function Diagnosis. The first row displays the name of the current diagnosis parameter.

Figure 5-12 : Diagnosis - Function The second row shows the value of the diagnosis parameter. - You can skip to the next / previous diagnosis parameter with Key GOON / GOBACK - With Key UP you can display a short legend for the time values. - The displayed parameter can be reset to zero using the key sequence ON/UP and ENTER. Please refer to the list of Diagnosis Parameters.

Diagnosis Parameter display
Example of a time parameter 02 DIAG TOT - T 003 : 17 : 22 : 57

1)

2) Display Field 1) 02 2) TOT-T 3) 003 4) 17 5) 22 6) 37 Description Parameter no. Parameter name No. of months No. of days No. of hours No. of minutes

3)

4)

5)

6)

Example 03 a time parameter CNT of DIAG UP 000000079

1)

2) Display Field 1) 2) 3) 03 UP-CNT 000000079 Description Parameter no. Parameter name No. of occurrences

clear

3)

1 Diagnosis parameter reset (ON) clear

- Shift Key ON: Reset the displayed event

Erase Value ? 02 DIAG TOT - T

- Shift Key ENTER: Termination of the reset function.

(ENTER)

Erase Value ? done !

2

(UP)

- Shift Key UP displays a short legend of the time value – if a time – value was displayed before.

mon : d : h : min 003 : 17 : 22 : 57

2

- Shift Key UP(a 2,time): Resets the entire event Logging.

Erase Events n=0 y=1 >

?

(UP)

clear 1 (ENTER) clear 2 (ENTER) - Key and ENTER and - Key and ENTER: Termination of the reset Function.

Erase Events ? Please wait!

-

Key CLEAR: back to Test - Menu

M–1–2–3

5.2.3 No. GAA30082AAC Part – No. - Function
29 – Apr – 94 08:29

Key Sequence
The Part – No. – Function display the current software version of the EPROM and EEPROM.

It also displays the date and the time of the LCB_II software release. - Key GOON / Shift Key GOBACK: Figure 5-13 :Part – No. – Function Toggle between the displays goon of the EPROM version goon and the display that shows EE=E47NS9528 the EPROM version and (GOBACK) the date / time of the release.
No. GAA30082AAC 29 – Apr – 94 08:29

clear

- Key CLEAR: back to Test - Menu

EE=E47NS95281)

3) 2) software version / date / time

No. GAA30082AAC 29 – Apr – 94 08:29

4) 1)E47NS9528 EEPROM version

1)E

2)GAA 30082 AAC 3)29 – Apr – 94 4)08:29

EPROM version

date and time of the release

clear

M–1–2–4

5.2.4 RSL – Test - Function
ADR = _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Key Sequence

The RSL – Test – Function can be used to test the remote Stations. After the address of the Remote Station is entered, - the four Input Pins are monitored and - the four Output pins can be set. Figure 5-13 : RSL / Test - Function

Enter 1 RSL – address the 2

- Key 1,5: Input Keys of the RSL - address
ADR=15______________ _____________________-

clear

- Key CLEAR: deletes the last input if you want to correct the number.

clear

- Shift Key ENTER: termination of the input operation The current status of the Input – and Output pins of The entered RSL address is displayed.

ADR=15 IN : off

BIT = 1 OUT : off

Change address, pin and output

goon goon

- Key GOON / Shift Key GOBACK: Skip to the next / Previous address.
ADR = 16 IN : off BIT = 1 OUT : off

2

3

- Shift Key UP / Shift Key DOWN: Skip to the next / Previous bit.
ADR = 16 IN : off BIT = 2 OUT : off

1

0

-

Shift Key ON / Shift Key OFF: Toggle of the Output Pin: on / off

clear

-

Key CLEAR: back to Test - Menu

ADR = 16 IN : off

BIT = 2 OUT : on

ADR = 16 IN : off

1)

BIT = 2 OUT : on

2) RSL: Status 1) ADR 2) BIT RSL address(decimal) RSL - pin

3) IN

RSL Input Pin Status (Monitor)

3) 4) (on = action / off = not active)

4) OUT

RSL Output Pin Status

5.2.5 Selfest - Function
Key Sequence
PR ? EE ? RA ? RS ?_ _ _ _ _ _

Function Selftest can be used - to test the memory of the LCB_II board and - to check the Remote Serial Link. The test will start as soon as the Selftest - Function Is called. Figure 5-14: Selftest - Function
PR + EE - RA ? RS ?_ _ _ _ _

The flashing question mark indicates which part of the test is currently active (RA): - PR EPROM - test - EE EEPROM - test - RA RAM-test - RS Remote Serial Link test The single results are displayed as: - (+)for Test successfully finished - ( -)for Test not successfully finished Please notice that for the EE – test a checksum written into the EEPROM is verified .So, the first call of the test with a new EEPROM will result a (-)

PR

+ EE + RA + RS 16aR0000

The RS – test will give some information about single Remote Station. - if they are setup but not available - if they are responding - if they are parity errors

RS – Remote Station Test

M–1–2–5

PR

+ EE + RA + RS 16aR0000

RS - test

16 A B R r
goon goon

RSL - address available (IO-No. is defined) not available responding (Hardware is okay) not responding

parity error through - Key GOON / 000 Key GOBACK : Skipcounter the list of Shift Remote Station which signals - not available or - not responding or - parity errors.
PR + EE + RA + RS 48Ar000 __

- If there was at least one entry in the list ,the display for Test not successfully finished ( - ) occurs.

PR

+ EE + RA + RS -_ _ _ _ _ _

clear

- Key CLEAR: back to Test - Menu

M–1–3

5.3

SETUP - FUNCTION
SETUP – Menu > Install=1 RSL=2 SETUP – Menu > Allowed=3 POS=4 clear SETUP – Menu >

Key Sequence

goon

1
Install – Menu > 01 System 000 System new TOP =004>

6

2

3

4

5

to Floor : Display press ENTER

Install – Function
ALLOWED – Menu 01 Enable SETUP – Menu > at CUDE CUDE P R 00 1100 0000 0 0 > SETUP OLD NEW PCS L 00 = 010 > 000

ELD - Function

to start DCS press ENTER

POS - Function Allowed – Function DCS - Function

RSL - Function

Figure 5-15 : SETUP - Functions In the following all the SETUP – function are explained. The Install , RSL , Allowed , POS and ELD functions are used to set the parameters and masks of the EEPROM whereas the DCS Run function has the task to check if every open door opens the safety chain.

There are four different groups of Setup Parameters to define the elevator environMent: - Installation Patameter - RSL – IO Numbers - Allowed Masks - Position Indicator Parameter - ELD - Display

M–1 3 The DCS – Function is used to test the well installed Door safety chain-after startup and setup phase. Install S4 5.3.1 Install - Function
Key Sequence
INSTALL – Menu 01 - System >

Short Key
Function Install is used to set the Installation parameter. The parameters are divided into 8 groups .The Install Menu gives access to each group .(see : 4.2.6)

000 System new TOP =0 0 4 >

The range of each parameter is defined and controlled By software. The storage operation is disabled if the cabin is moving.

Figure: 5-16: Install – Function

(see : document: List of Installation Constants)

000 System new 3) TOP =004 >

1) Element – No. / Group / Name 1) 000 element – No of group current group name name of current Install Parameter

2) System 3)
goon 2) goon

TOP

- Key GOON / Shift Key GOBACK :Skip through the assigned Group of Installation Parameter (System)

001 System new LOBBY =001 >

- Key CLEAR: back to Install - Menu

Enter a new parameter
000 System new TOP =004>- - -1)

2)

Input: Install Parameter 1) 3 2
000 TOP System new =004 > 032

004

current value of Install parameter

- Key 3.2: Input Keys of the new Parameter (32) 2) 000 input field for new Parameter

clear

- Key CLEAR : deletes the last input if you want to correct the number.

000 System new TOP =004 > 003

clear

- Shift Key ENTER: Termination to store the Install Parameter into the EEPROM

(ENTER)

000 System new TOP =003 >

clear

notice : For security reasons the storage operation is disable if the cabin is moving.

M–1–3–2
RSL S5

5.3.2 RSL – Function
Key Sequence Short Key
IO I AD P AD P >- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

The arrow IS pointing to the input field of the IO Number. After you entered the IO-Number the curRent RSL information stored in the EEPROM is displayed.Now you can change the RSL – Addr.and the RSL – Plug. The Invert Bit can not be changed . It is set by softFigure 5-17 : RSL – Function ware For RSL – Adr. 0-4 it is always set to zero. - Key 2.2.2: Input Keys of the (see document : List of Inputs and Outputs) 2 desired IO – Number (222) 2 2 Enter the IO - Number

IO I AD P AD P > 0222_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

clear

- Key CLEAR: deletes the last input if you want to correct the number.

clear

- Shift Key ENTER: Termination of the IO – number input:

IO I 0022=0

AD P AD P 57 2>_____

(ENTER) The current information store in the EEPROM is displayed: IO : IO – Number AD: Remote Station – Addr. I : Invert Bit P: Remote Station – Plug

Note: Once a IO – Number is defined, it is stored in the system.

clear

- Key CLEAR : clear the display to enter a new IOnumber.

IO I AD P AD P >_____________

goon

Change the IO - Number goon
(GOBACK)

- Key GOON / Shift Key GOBACK: Skip to the next / previous IO – Number.

2

3

- Shift Key UP / Shift Key DOWN: Skip to the next / previous IO Number with defined RSL – Addr. and RSL – Pin/Plug.

Enter new RSL - Parameter
IO I AD P AD P 0032 = 0 04 2>_ _ _ _ _

1)

2) Input: RSL - Parameter 1) 2) AD P new RSL – Addr. new RSL – Pin/Plug

0 9 3

- Key 0,9,3:Input Keys of RS – Addr.: 04 and RS – Pin : 2
IO I AD P AD P 0032 = 0 57 2 > 04 2

clear

- Key CLEAR : deletes the last input if you want to correct the number.

- Shift Key ENTER : Termination of the RSL – Parameter input operation. (ENTER)

M–1–3-3

5.3.3 Allowed – Function
Key Sequence
ALLOWED – Menu 01 Enable >

at CUDE CUDE P R 00 1100 0000 0 0

Function Allowed is used to set the Floor Table Masks. The masks are divided into 3 groups: - Enable - Cut_Call - Card Rd. The Allowed Menu gives access to each group.

Figure 5.18: Allowed - Function

Enable Display

at CUDE CUDE P R 00 1100 0000 0 0

Enable Display 4) 5) 1) at level number (0)

1)

2)

3)

The Enabledoor Enable Mask and the front Masks (CUDE) allows Elevator to run to a certain level depending On the regarding call. If the Parking Bit is set to 1, parking at a Certain level is not allowed (Group applic.) The Reduced Landing No. indicates that The above floor is a Short – or Medium loading. The velocity (profile) is a function of the number (1,2,3 or 4,5,6).

2) CUDE 3) CUDE -C -U -D -E real door Enable Mask, with: - Car Call - Up Hall Call - Down Hall Call - Emergency Hospital Call ( 1 = allowed / 0 = not allowed ) Park Bit: ( 1 = allowed / 0 = not allowed) Reduced landing No.: - Short Run (1,2,3 = profile) - Medium Run (4,5,6 = profile)

4) P

5) R

clear

Cut_Call Display

at CUDE CUDE Op 1) 00002) 0 3) 00 0100

Cut_Call Display 4) 1) 2) 3) at CUDE CUDE -C -U -D -E level number (0) front door Cut_Call Masks and rear door Cut_Call Masks, with: - Car Call - Up Hall Call - Down Hall Call - Emergency Hospital Call (1 = allowed / 0 = not allowed)

The Cut_Call Masks (CUDE) are used to suppress the Enable Mask if a Cut_Call signal (CHCS…) occurs. The indication Parking with door open defines the door state during parking.

4)

OP

Parking with door open 0 = both doors closed 1 = only front door closed 2 = only rear door open 3 = both doors open

Card_Rd ,display

at CUDE 00 0010

CUDE 0000

Sb 0

1)

2)

3)

4) 1) 2) at CUDE CUDE -C -U -D -E

Card_Rd Display level number (0) front door Card_Rd Masks and rear door Card_Rd Masks, with - Car Call - Up Hall Call - Down Hall Call - Emergency Hospital Call (1 = allowed / 0 = not allowed)

The Card_Rd Masks (CUDE) are used to Reach certain floors with magnetic card (Card Reader Operation). The indication Special door open button Defines the operation of the Special Door Open Button.

3)

4)

Sb

Special door open button 0 = both SDOB disabled 1 = only front SDOB enabled 2 = only rear SDOB enabled

3 = both SDOB enabled

goon goon

-

Key GOON / Shift Key GOBACK: Skip to the next level number

Change the level (GOBACK)
at CUDE CUDE P R 01 1110 0000 0 0

clear

-

Key CLEAR: Back to Allowed - Menu

0 Enter new Allowed – Parameter 1 0

Key 0,1,0…:Input Keys of All the number (10) of the current row.

at CUDE CUDE P R 01 > 010__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

(…)

clear

Key CLEAR: deletes the last input if you want to correct The number

clear

-

Shift Key ENTER: Termination of the Allowed – Parameter input Operation.

(ENTER)

OTIS 2000 - Openings and Dummy Doors
at CUDE CUDE P R 00 1100 0000 0 0

For the controller types MCS120 / MCS220 (OTIS2000) Count the Front – and Rear Doors for each Level Openings and Dummy Doors are defined as follows: - beginning at Front / Level 0by Software regarding to The Openings are determined the level Arrangement done with Function AllowedEnable and the following Rule:

2

- Shift Key UP:Dummy Door is an option to define the same Level -A <toggle key> Arrangement for every elevator in Group F:00 R : -- P R at applications. Display of the determined 00 1100 0000 0 0 Openings.

F : 00 R: - -

at Front Door of Level 0 : Opening 0 at Rear Door of Level 0: no Opening

2 0 0

- Key 2,0,0…:Input Keys of all the number (10)of the current row.(level 1) 2000 is the Code for a Dummy Door.

at F : 0 1 R : - - P R 01 > 200______________

(…)

clear

- Shift Key ENTER: Termination of the AllowedParameter input operation. The new determined Openings are displayed. F : 01 R: 02

at F : 01 R : 02 01 2000 1110

P 0

R 0

(ENTER) at Front Door of Level 1 : Opening 1 at Rear Door of Level 1 : Opening 2

M–1–3-4

5.3.4 POS - FUNCTION
Key Sequence
Pos . Ind. at : L 00 new = 10 >

Function POS is used to set the digits of the Position Indicator. For each level a left (L) and a right (R) digit is provided to indicate the floor. The range of each digit is defined in the table below. Figure 5-19 POS - Function

Pos . Ind At : L 00 = 10

new >_____

Input : POS digits 4) 1) L R 2) 3) 00 10 left digit right digit level number (00) current value of Pos.Ind.digit (10 = blank)

3)

1)
goon goon

2) 4) new input field for new value.

(GOBACK)

- Key GOON / Shift Key GOBACK : Skip first to the next / previous digit and then to the next / previous level.

Pos . Ind . At : R 00

new =00 >_____

Pos . Ind . At : L 00 =10

new >______

clear

- Key CLEAR: back to Setup - Menu

1

ENTER a new digit 5

- Key 1,5: Input Keys of the desired digit ( 15 = E ) (see: Reference List below)

Pos . Ind . at : R 00

=10

new >15

clear

- Key CLEAR: deletes the last input if you want to correct the number.

clear

- Shift Key ENTER: Termination of the input operation The current information Stored in the EEPROM Is displayed:
Pos . Ind . at : R 00 new =15 >___

(ENTER)

value

symbol 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

value 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

symbol (blank) A B * C D * E F G * H I *

value 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

symbol J * K * L M * N * O P Q * R * S

value 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

symbol T * U V * W* X * Y * Z *

Reference List
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

( * for 16 – segment only! )

M–1–3-5

5.3.5 Door Check Sequence
Key Sequence
The Door Check Sequence (DCS) – Function is a safety feature for OTIS 2000 Controllers MCS120 and MCS220 (M), It insures that all hoist way door contacts are installed correctly and will Open the safety chain. Until the Door Check Sequence is finished successfully it is only possible to move the car in inspection mode. Normal runs are disabled.

Calibrating an LSVF without speed encoder before DCS For LSVF (-W) without speed encoder it is necessary to calibrate the drive package in Inspection an Normal mode before the DCS can be done. In an Installation with LSVF or LSVF – W without Advanced Door Opening and without Relieving the following display appears:
Allow Normal = 0 Start DCS = 1

0

- Key 0:

From now on 5 normal runs are allowed to calibrate the drive package

1

- Key 1:

Start the DCS immediately.

- 00 DW : clsd ] [ ] [ open front door___

Direction U D
- 00 DW :clsd ] [ ] [ open front door___

Description stop / direction not defined car is moving in UP direction car is moving in DOWN direction

Position 00 **

Description actual level (level 0) level position not defined

- 00 DW :clsd ] [ ] [ open front door___

DW status DW: clsd dw:opnd

Description DW active (switch closed, door closed) DW passive (switch opened, door open)

- 00 DW :clsd ] [ ] [ open front door__

Door status ] [ ] [

Description front / rear door status: ] [ for Closed [ ] for Open < > for Opening >< for Closing ** for door state not defined

- 00 DW :clsd ] [ ] [ open front door____

DCS action open front door check DW input close front door open rear door check DW input close rear door up to next level

Description (listed are the current actions of the automatic DCS – run)

If a failure occurred the error is displayed in the 2nd row. The 1st row shows the status including The 01 DW : opnd where the error was detected: - level number ] [ ] [
Front Door Error_____

Error message Front Door Error Rear Door Error aborted by ENTER Door opening err DW not closed Position error Door Closing Err

Description (listed are the possible error message of the automatic DCS – run)

After successful completion of the DCS the success message is displayed
DCS successful Press GOON >__

Check PES GTC . . . Press GOON >__

goon goon 1

to start normal ___ press GOON___>_

(as reminder what has to be done next)

(to leave DCS run)

(GOBACK)

LCB_II - Menu______ System = 1 Tools = 2__

M–1–3-6

5.3.6 ELD - Function
Key Sequence
The ELD – Function is used to define the “Customer Message” of the OTIS 2000 - ELD For each floor the Customer Message can be displayed (Floor Display) modified (Edit Display and Default Display) or store into EEPROM (Store Display). 00 < FLOOR ALL < ELD Block diagram
BASEMENT______

1)
clear

2) 3)

Floor Display 1) 00 level number <GOON,GOBACK> 2) ALL Edit – Mode: <UP, DOWN> ALL:all characters available A-Z: only A-Z 0-9: only 0-9 &/): only&(),- / : <> SPE:only A A A C /E HEX: all characters available Using hex input mov: move the string to the left of the right current: Customer Message: BASEMENT 5)

enter

clear

<>

Send to ELD
00 T < ALL ELD ___BASEMENT ?______ enter enter

4)

clear enter

Edit Display 4) T selected character <GOOM,GOBACK> 5) T selected string position<UP,DOWN>

on
00 write E2 P?___ BASEMENT______

Store Display confirm the storage operation with Key <ENTER>

00 00 < ELDdef > ENG LOBBY______________

6)

7) Defaut Display No. of Default Message <GOON,GOBACK> 7)ENG Select Language ENG english GER german ITA italian 8) selected Default Message 6)00 8)

(see Reference Table below)

Floor Display: Select < ELD and Edit Mode 00 < Floor All Floor
BASEMENT______

0 9

- Key 0-9 ,GOON ,GOBACK: Selects, decreases or increases the Floor Number (level) - The current Customer Message which is stored in the EEPROM will be display on the Service Tool (line two).

goon goon 9 01 < Floor All < ELD _ _ _ _ FLOOR 1_ _ _

(GOBACK)

2

3

- Key UP/DOWN: Selects the Edit-Mode ,which will be used in Edit – Display.

(UP)

(DOWN)

01 < Floor A-Z < ELD ________FLOOR 1___

clear 2

- Key ENTER: Transition to Edit Display

(ENTER)
01 1 < A – Z < ELD _______ FLOOR ?_____

- Key Clear: Back to Setup – Menu. Modified Message will be sent to the ELD – Module.

00 T<

All ELD

______BASEMENT____ Edit Display : Modify Customer Message

2

3

- Key UP / DOWN: The second row display the current Customer Message. Use Key UP / Down to select the position of current string you want to modify. The position is marked with a bliking “?” The selected Character is displayed in the Edit – Field of row one.

(UP)

(DOWN)

00 N < All ELD ______BASEME?T___

goon goon

- Key GOON / GOBACK: Skips through the character set using the selected step width. (Key - No)

(GOBACK)
00 0 < All ELD ______BASEME?T____ 1 9

- Key 1 – 9: Skips through the character set using the selected step width. (Key-No.)

clear

-Key ENTER: Tramsition to Store Display to store the string into EEPROM.

(ENTER)

1

(ON)

-Key ON: Transition to Default Display To use predefined Customer Messages. (see Reference Table below)

00 00 < ELDdef > ENG LOBBY______________

clear

-Key CLEAR: Back to Floor Display e,g. to change the Edit – Mode. The current Message will be buffered.

Edit Modes HEX and mov HEX Display
0 0 Y < 59 HEX ELD ________LOBB?_______

1)

2)

HEX Display 1) Y Edit - Field 2) 59 HEX - Field Display the HEX - Value of the selected character 3) selected Character (Y < - > ?)

clear

clear

- Key UP / DOWN: Selects the string position you want to modify. 3)

(UP)

(DOWN)
goon

goon

- Key GOON / GOBACK: Skips through the character set of Edit – Mode ALL to select the new character.

(GOBACK) - Key 0…F: Input of 2 digits Hex – Code in HEX – Field to define the new character (see Reference Table below).

0

F



Mov Display

0 0 GOON > ELD LOBBY_______________

F F clear F

- Key GOON / GOBACK : The display message will be shifted to the right/left. It’s easy way the center the message on the ELD.

(GOBACK)

Default Display: Use of predefined messages
00 00 < ELDdef > ENG LOBBY______________

2 F F

3

- Key UP / DOWN: Selects the language of the Default Message (ENG,GER,ITA)

(UP)

(DOWN)

goon

goon 2

- Key GOON / GOBACK: Skips through the Default Message List. (see Reference Table below)

(GOBACK)

0

9

- Key 0 – 9 Two digits input to select the Default Message by entering the List – No. (see Reference Table below)

clear

- Key ENTER: Transition back to Edit Display. The desired Default Message will be buffered.

on clear

- Key CLEAR, OFF: Back to Edit Display without buffering the changes.

(OFF)

Reference Tables for ELD - Function DEFAULT MASSAGES NO. ENG 0 LOBBY 1 BASEMENT 2 PENTHOUSE 3 FLOOR 4 RECEPTION 5 EXIT 6 GARAGE 7 SECRETARY 8 RESTAURANT 9 CAFETERIA 10 GARAGE 11 POOL 12 SAUNA 13 DOCTOR 14 0 123 456 789 15 : . () <> / - , & ’ 16 ABCD EFGH IJKL 17 MNOP QRST UVWXYZ 18 ? ? ? ? ? ? /E 19 empty string

GER ERDGESCHOSS KELLER DACHTERRASSE ETAGE EMPFANG AUSGANG TIEFGARAGE SEKRETARANT RESTAURANT KAFFESTUBE PARKHAUS SCHWIMMHALLE SAUNA ARZT 0 123 456 789 : . () <> / - , & ’ ABCD EFGH IJKL MNOP QRST UVWXYZ ? ? ? ? ? ? /E

ITA TERRANO SOTTERRANEO ATTICO PLANO RICEZIONE USCITA POSTEGGIO SEGRETERIA RISTORANTE CAFFETERIA POSTEGGIO PISCINA SAUNA DOTTORE 0 123 456 789 : . () <> / - , & ’ ABCD EFGH IJKL MNOP QRST UVWXYZ ? ? ? ? ? ? /E

HEX – CODE TABLE

ASCII Blank & ( ) , . / : < >

HEX 20 26 28 29 2C 2D 2E 2F 2A 3C 3E

ASCII 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

HEX 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

ASCII A B C D E F G H I J K L M

HEX ASCII 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 4A 4B 4C 4D N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

HEX 4E 4F 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 5A

ASCII ? ? ? ? A-E ? ?

HEX 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87

M-2

5.4 TOOLS – Function

TOOLS – Menu > 01 Search IO TOOLS – Menu > 02 erase IO TOOLS – Menu > 01 Setup IO TOOLS – Menu > 09 Opr. Memory

Key Sequence
goon F

clear
1…9 clear

Search : IO ? Adr: 00 / Pin: 0

Erase – IO : Pass n=0 y=1 / Enter

?

Setup Inst ?___ n=0 y=1 / Enter

A-00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ 00000____________

1: Search – IO

2: ERASE – IO

7: Setup – INST

9: Opr.Memory

Figure 5-12 :TOOLS - Functions

In the following all the TOOLS – functions are explained. It is a list of 4 functions that makes the installation, debugging and maintenance of the elevator easier.

M–2–1

5.4.1 Search – IO - Function
Search – IO _ Adr: 00 / Pin: ? 0__

Key Sequence

Function Search – IO displays which IO – numbers Are assigned to a certain RSL – address / pin. After input of Adr.and pin and termination with ENTER the Search Run begins and will be indicated with the change of : (?) - > (!). The find of an IO – number interrupts the Search Run Figure 5-22: Search – IO - Function and the number is displayed. ENTER will continue - Key 1,5,3: Input Keys ofRun – Adr.and Pin the Search RSL 1 5

Enter Adr. And Pin 3

Search – IO ? Adr: 15 / Pin: 3___

clear

- Key CLEAR: deletes the last input for correction

clear 3 (ENTER)

- Shift Key ENTER: Termination of the input operation and start of the Search Run.

Search - IO Adr : 15 / Pin;

! 3__

Possible Results: (a) no IO – number found

(b) first IO – number found

______Search – IO_____ ______no match !______

______Search – IO____? >15 3 < ro: 0676_

> 15

Search – IO ? 3< IO : 0676

The first IO – number is found :

IO :0676

Now you can continue the Search Run with ENTER It is also possible to edit the Adr./Pin display > 15 3 <

clear

- Shift Key ENTER: Continue the Search Run.

Search – IO ! > 15 3 < IO: 0676

(ENTER)

If you want to edit the Pin Number ,press: - Key CLEAR ,to delete the last input - Key 4, to enter the new pin

clear

4

Search – IO ? > 15 4 < IO: 0676

clear

- Shift Key ENTER , to continue the Search Run

(ENTER)
Search – IO ! > 15 4 < IO: 0676

If there is no more IOnumber defined,the no more match! – display comes up

Search – IO !_ no more match !____

clear

- Key CLEAR: back to TOOLS - Menu

M–2–2

5.4.2 Erase – IO - Function
Key Sequence
Erase IO Part ? n=0 y=1 / Enter_

clear Figure 5 – 23: Erase IO_Part

Function Erase IO_Part can be used to set the IOPart of the EEPROM to default. You have to confirm twice to start the function, beCause after the run all the previous definitions are lost! - Key CLEAR: back to TOOLS - Menu (see document: List of inputs and Outputs)

0

clear clear (ENTER)

- Key 0 and Shift Key ENTER: back to TOOLS - Menu

1

clear (ENTER)

- Key 1 and Shift Key ENTER First Confirmation

Earse IO Part ? n=0 y=2 / ENTER

clear 0 (ENTER)

- Key 0 and Shift Key ENTER : back to TOOLS - Menu

clear 2 (ENTER)

- Key 2 and Shift Key ENTER Second Confirmation to start the function.

Erase IO Part ! Please Wait : 107___

During the run the displayed counter is counting down to zero.

M–2–3

5.4.3 Setup install - Function Setup Install ?
n=0 y=1 / Enter___

Key Sequence
Function Erase Install can be used to set the Install Part of the EEPROM to default. You have to confirm twice to start the function.because after the run all the previous definitions are lost! - Key CLEAR: back to TOOLS - Menu

clear Figure 5 – 24: Erase Install

(see document: List of Installation Constants)

clear 0 (ENTER)

- Key 0 and Shift Key ENTER First Confirmation

clear 1 (ENTER)

- Key 1 and Shift Key ENTER First Confirmation

Setup Install ? N=0 y=2 / Enter__

clear 0 (ENTER)

- Key 0 and Shift Key ENTER : back to TOOLS – Menu

clear 2 (ENTER)

- Key 2 and Shift Key ENTER Second Confirmation to Start the function.

Setup Install Please Wait :

! 12

During the run the displayed Counter is counting down to zero.

M–2-9

5.4.4 Operate Memory
Key Sequence

Function Operate Memory can be used to monitor and Change the memory. (You can change only the RAM.) To enter hexadecimal number the Hex Keys are available The Short Keys (see chapter: 4.3) are not active. (!) Please notice that the Operate Memory function is provided only for software debugging. 7 8

9

LCB_II System = 1

-

Menu Tools = 2

4

5

6

No. M 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 -

Shift

Keys

HEX Keys

OFF ON UP DOWN DISP IN SEL OUT DISP STATE ENT CALL TEST A B C D E F

F

4

5

6

S

3

2

1

0

goon

clear ENTER GOBACK

Shift Key

Figure 5 – 25: Hex Keys

A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ 0 0 0 0 0_______________

The first row of Figure 5 – 26 display the Software Status (see:5.1.1) The second row displays the input field for the desired Memory Address. After the address is entered is entered. the next two bytes of memory are displayed. Please notice that PLM – words are stored in the order: LOW – byte / HIGH - byte

Figure 5-26 : Opr.Memory 7 2 Enter the memory address - Key 2.Shift Key 5:Input Keys of the desired Memory Address (2D Hex)
A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ 0 0 0 2 D____________

clear

- Key CLEAR:deletes the last input if you want to correct the number.

clear

- Shift Key ENTER: Termination of the input operation.

A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ 0 0 0 2 D : 2143______

(ENTER)

A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ 0 0 0 2 D : 2143______

Operate Memory : Monitor 1) 0 0 0 2 D 2) 2 1 4 3 desired memory address (2D Hex) memory contents of address 2D and 2E

1)

2)

low byte of word at address 0002D

high byte of word at address 0002E
goon

goon

Change the memory address (GOBACK)

- Key GOON / Shift Key GOBACK: Skip to the next / previous Memory address (last four digits).

A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ 0 0 0 2 E :_4 3 BA______

2

3

- Shift Key UP / Shift Key DOWN: Skip to the next / previous address in steps of 10000h (first digit).

A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ 1 0 0 2 E : 5B7D_______

(UP)

(DOWN)

- Shift Change the memory contents Key SELECT: 5

(SELECT)

‘>’ indicates the input field ‘- - - -’ are placeholders for the up to four digits of the new byte resp.two bytes.

A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ 0 0 0 2 D : ABCD> - - - -

Depending on how many digits are entered the first byte or both or both bytes are stored. The first up to two digits form the first byte and the next up to row digits the second byte. Examples of changing the old contents ABCD:

Keys
ENTER 1.ENTER 1.2 ENTER 1.2.3 ENTER 1.2.3.4 ENTER

Display
----1-12-12-3 1234

New memory contents
ABCD 01CD 12CD 1203 1234

goon goon

- Key GOON / Shift Key GOBACK: Aborts changing of memory contents.
A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ 0 0 0 2 D : ABCD______

(GOBACK)

clear

(ENTER)

- Key ENTER: Storing the new byte resp.two bytes. A short appearing “+” behind the entered byte resp. two bytes acknowledges the successful storing failure (e.g.memory address is out of RAM area).

A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ 0 0 0 2 D : ABCD>12 – 3+

A – 00 IDL ST ] [ ] [ 0 0 0 2 D : 1203________


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