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Please read this OWNER'S MANUAL thoroughly to familiarize yourself with each control and function. We at ALPINE hope that your new MRV-F352 will give you many years of listening enjoyment. In case of problems when installing your MRV-F352, please contact your authorized ALPINE dealer. CAUTION: These controls are for tuning your system. Please consult your authorized Dealer for adjustment. PRECAUTIONS Perform the installation at a location that is level. Make sure the parking brake is on and the ignition is OFF. Always disconnect the cable from the () negative pole of the battery before connecting or disconnecting the MRV-F352. This will prevent the possibility of short circuits. When replacing a blown fuse make sure to replace it with one of the same value.
Be sure to connect the color coded leads according to the diagram. Incorrect connections may cause the unit to malfunction or damage to the vehicle's electrical system. Be sure to connect the speaker () leads to the speaker () terminal. Never connect left and right channel speaker cables to each other or to the vehicle body. This unit is designed for 12 VDC, negative ground systems. Make sure that your vehicle has this type of electrical system before connecting the power cable. When making connections to the car's electrical system, be aware of the factory installed components (e.g. on-board computer). Do not tap into these leads to provide power for this unit. When connecting the MRV-F352 to the fuse box, make sure the fuse for the intended circuit of the MRV-F352 has the appropriate amperage. Failure to do so may result in damage to the unit and/or the vehicle. When in doubt, consult your ALPINE dealer. The MRV-F352 uses female RCA-type jacks for connection to other units (e.g. amplifier) having RCA connectors. You may need an adaptor to connect other units. If so, please contact your authorized ALPINE dealer for assistance. Due to the high power output of the MRV-F352, it is important that all connections are clean and well secured, or damage could result. When installation and connections are completed, check the followings: a) Connections are proper. b) Operation of brake lamps, horn etc. are proper with the ignition ON. c) Operation of audio units is proper with the switch ON.
4 Channel + Subwoofer Drive Power Amplifier
OWNER'S MANUAL Please read this manual to maximize your enjoyment of the outstanding performance and feature capabilities of the equipment, then retain the manual for future reference. MODE D'EMPLOI Veuillez lire ce mode d'emploi pour tirer pleinement profit des excellentes performances et fonctions de cet appareil, et conservez-le pour toute rfrence future. MANUAL DE OPERACION Lea este manual, por favor, para disfrutar al mximo de las excepcionales prestaciones y posibilidades funcionales que ofrece el equipo, luego guarde el manual para usarlo como referencia en el futuro.
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INSTALACION (Fig. 1)
Debido a la salida de alta potencia del MRV-F352, se produce un calor considerable cuando el amplificador est en funcionamiento. Por esta razn, el amplificador deber montarse en una ubicacin que permita la libre circulacin de aire, como por ejemplo dentro del maletero. Para ubicaciones de instalacin alternativas, por favor contacte a su distribuidor de Alpine autorizado. 1. Utilizando el amplificador como plantilla, marque la ubicacin de los cuatro tornillos. 2. Asegrese de que no hay objeto alguno bajo la superficie que pueda verse daado durante la perforacin de los agujeros. 3. Perfore los agujeros para los tornillos. 4. Site el MRV-F352 sobre dichos agujeros, y asegrelo con cuatro tornillos autorroscantes. NOTA: Para conectar de forma segura el cable de tierra, utilice un tornillo ya instalado en la parte metlica del vehculo (marcado (5)). Asegrese de que es un punto de tierra bueno verificando la continuidad con el terminal de la batera (). Conecte siempre que sea posible todo el equipo en el mismo punto de tierra. Esto ayudar a eliminar el ruido. Tornillos autorroscantes (M4 x 14) Cable de tierra Chasis Agujeros
Due to the high power output of the MRV-F352, considerable heat is produced when the amplifier is in operation. For this reason, the amplifier should be mounted in a location which will allow for free circulation of air, such as inside the trunk. For alternate installation locations, please contact your authorized Alpine dealer. 1. Using the amplifier as a template, mark the four screw locations. 2. Make sure there are no objects behind the surface that may become damaged during drilling. 3. Drill the screw holes. 4. Position the MRV-F352 over the screw holes, and secure with four self-tapping screws.
CONNECTIONS (Fig. 2 Fig. 10)
Before making connections, be sure to turn the power off to all audio components. Connect the yellow battery lead from the amp directly to the positive (+) terminal of the vehicle's battery. Do not connect this lead to the fuse block. To prevent external noise from entering the audio system. Locate the unit and route the leads at least 10 cm away from the car harness. Keep the battery power leads as far away from other leads as possible. Secure the ground lead to a location connected to the cars chassis. Make sure this spot is free from dirt, grease or paint to insure a good connection. If you add an optional noise suppressor, connect it as far away from the unit as possible. Your Alpine dealer carries various noise suppressors, contact them for further information. Your Alpine dealer knows best about noise prevention measures so consult your dealer for further information. 1 RCA Subwoofer Input Jacks (CH5) 2 , 3 RCA Input Jacks (CH3/4), (CH1/2) Connect these jacks to the line out leads on your head unit using RCA extension cables (sold separately). Be sure to observe correct channel connections; Left to Left, Right to Right, Front to Front and Rear to Rear. NOTE: When the CH1 and CH3 are used, the unit automatically enters the mono mode, and when CH1 CH4 are used, the unit enters the stereo mode. 4 Subwoofer Output Terminals (CH5) 5 , 6 Speaker Output Terminals (CH1/2), (CH3/4) The MRV-F352 has two sets of speaker outputs. Be sure to observe correct speaker output connections and phasing. In the stereo mode, connect the right speaker outputs to the right speaker and the left to left. Connect the positive output to the positive speaker terminal and the negative to negative. In the bridged mode, connect the left positive to the positive terminal on the speaker and the right negative to the negative terminal of the speaker. Do not use the speaker () terminals as a common lead between the left and right channels. Do not connect this lead to the vehicle's chassis ground. NOTE: Do not connect speaker leads together or to chassis ground. 7 Battery Lead Terminal 8 Remote Turn-on Lead Terminal 9 Ground Lead Terminal - Insulation Tube a Battery Lead (Yellow) (Sold Separately) Be sure to add a 50 amp fuse (or two 25A fuses in parallel) as close as possible to the battery's positive (+) terminal. This fuse will protect your vehicle's electrical system in case of a short circuit. If you need to extend this lead, the wire gauge should be 8 AWG or larger. b Remote Turn-On Lead (Blue/White) (Sold Separately) Connect this lead to the remote turn-on or power antenna (positive trigger, (+) 12V only) lead of your head unit. c Ground Lead (Black) (Sold Separately) Connect this lead securely to a clean, bare metal spot on the vehicle's chassis. Verify this point to be a true ground by checking for continuity between that point and the negative () terminal of the vehicle's battery. Ground all your audio components to the same point on the chassis to prevent ground loops. Cautions on wire lead connections In case of using the lead (power supply cord) purchased at the market, use the hexagon screws and the hexagon wrench included as the accessory to make connection easier. Improper handling may cause troubles, so make the connections correctly by referring to the description shown below. A special care will be necessary for the connections using the hexagon screws, so we recommend you to ask the connection for your dealer. 1. Check the wire size. Notes: Recommendable wire size used for the unit is AWG7 AWG18. If the wire size used is unknown, ask to the shop you get the unit, service shop, Alpine Service Center, etc. 2. Remove the insulation cover (insulation material such as vinyl, etc.) of the wire leads by about 7 10mm (9/32" 3/ 8") from the lead end to exposure the conduction leads. (Fig. 3) Notes: If length of the conduction leads with the cover removed is too short, incorrect connection may occur and this may cause operation failure or sound interruption. On the other hand, if the length is too long, an electrical short-circuit may occur. 3. Remove the screw attached on the unit. Insert the lead end into the lead terminal. Tighten the hexagon screw with the hexagon wrench, and the lead will be fixed. (Fig. 4) Before making this connection, dress a short-circuit prevention rubber tube to the leads. Notes: Use only the hexagon screws supplied. For the safety, always connect the battery leads last. To prevent disconnection of the leads or drop of the unit, do not grasp the leads when carrying the unit.
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The switch modes shown are for CH1/2. Same explanations apply to mode selection for CH3/4. d , g Crossover Mode Selector Switch a) Set to the "LP" position when the amplifier is used to drive a subwoofer. The frequencies above the crossover point will be attenuated OFF HP LP at 12 dB/octave. b) Set to the "HP" position when the amplifier is used to drive a tweeter/midrange system. OFF HP LP The frequencies below the crossover point will be attenuated at 12 dB/octave. c) Set to the "OFF" position when the amplifier will be used for driving full-range speakers. OFF HP LP The full frequency bandwidth will be output to the speakers with no high or low frequency attenuation. e, h, j Crossover Frequency Adjustment Knob Permits adjustment of the crossover frequency, by rotating the knob to select any frequency between 50 to 200 Hz as the crossover point. j. Adjust a crossover frequency point for the subwoofer. The adjustment range is Hz over a low frequency. f, i, k Input Gain Adjustment Control Set the MRV-F352 input gain knobs to the minimum (4V) position. Using a loud cassette or preferably a CD as a source, slowly turn up the head unit volume until you just hear the sound distort. At that point, reduce the volume one step so the distortion is no longer audible. Keep head unit output at this level and begin increasing the amplifier gain until the maximum output level you desire is reached. To prevent damage to the speakers or amplifier, the maximum output level should not cause bottoming of the speakers or excessive distortion of the amp. l Input Channel Selector Switch a) Setting this switch to 3+4 will send the signal at the inputs of CH3/4 to CH5 of the 3+1+3/2+4 MRV-F352. This eliminates the need for "Yadaptors when using a head unit with front and rear pre-amp outputs. b) Set this switch to 5 to have the inputs of CH5 accept independent input signals. An example of this application would be the use 3+1+3/2+4 of a head unit with subwoofer outputs. c) When this switch is placed in the 1+3/2+4 position, all the signals are mixed and come 3+1+3/2+4 out from the CH5.
SECTION 10 - MERIDIA GROUP SETUP
HPU Hall Call Activation..... 10-1 I2C Hall Call Activation..... 10-1 Setting Additional Group Parameters.... 10-2 Group Dispatching..... 10-2 Parking One or More Cars at the Lobby.... 10-2 Zoning Setup.... 10-2 Up Peak and Down Peak.... 10-3 Setting Elevator ETA Parameters in the Group... 10-3
SECTION 11 DIAGNOSTICS
Terminal Mode Operation.... 11-1 Wizard Mode Operation.... 11-2 Controller Commands & Parameters.... 11-2 Line Editing And Control Characters.... 11-2 Power-Up Or Reset Message Sequence.... 11-3 Log-On..... 11-4 Changing Passwords.... 11-4
SECTION 12 - CAR COMMANDS AND PARAMETERS
Car Diagnostic Commands.... 12-1
SECTION 13 - CAR ADJUSTMENT PARAMETERS SECTION 14 - CONTROL STATUS WORD BIT COMMANDS (CAR)
CEC: [v. 03.02] 2002 Computerized Elevator Controls. All rights reserved. TOC 3
SECTION 15 - CONTROLLER ERROR CODE DEFINITIONS SECTION 16 GROUP COMMANDS
Group Diagnostic Commands..... 16-1
SECTION 17 - GROUP ADJUSTMENT PARAMETERS
Group Related Car ETA Parameters.... 17-5
SECTION 18 - CONTROL STATUS WORD BIT COMMANDS (GROUP)
CSW Group (Control Status Word 0).... 18-1 CS1 Group (Control Status Word 1).... 18-2 CS2 Group (Control Status Word 2).... 18-2 CS3 Group (Control Status Word 3).... 18-3 CS4 Group (Control Status Word 4).... 18-3 CS5 Group (Control Status Word 5).... 18-4 CS6 Group (Control Status Word 6).... 18-4 CS7 Group (Control Status Word 7).... 18-4 CS8 Group (Control Status Word 8).... 18-5 CS9 Group (Control Status Word 9).... 18-5
SECTION 19 - TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting Flowcharts.... 19-2 CCU Display Sub-menu Reference Charts... 19-7 SCR Drive Information.... 19-14
SECTION 20 - GLOSSARY
MERIDIA SAFETY PROCEDURES WARNING
The following procedures are intended for the use of qualified and authorized personnel ONLY. In the interest of your personal safety and the safety of others, do NOT attempt ANY procedure that you are NOT qualified and authorized to perform. These procedures should be performed in accordance with any governing local codes: and where practical, any rules of the latest edition of the National Electrical Code, Article 620; the latest edition of ASME A17.1, Safety Code for Elevators. Every attempt has been made to ensure that this manual is as accurate and up-to-date as possible. However, Computerized Elevator Controls assumes no liability for consequences resulting from any error or omission. The material contained herein is subject to revision, and Computerized Elevator Controls makes every effort to inform its product users of these revisions as they occur. Please report any problems with this manual to the Technical Support Department.
AC Application Figure 2-4
Section 2 2
Startup Procedures HPV 900 Motor Encoder Wiring Governor wiring two 18 gauge wires are required from the electrical safety switch on the governor to the controller. [See Figure 2-7.] Governor Wiring
ISOLATION TRANSFORMER CONFIGURATION (If required) 1. Verify the mainline voltage: A. Measure and record the input voltage at the mainline disconnect. B. Ensure the voltage agrees with the job voltage +/- 10%. See the Power Distribution page of the wiring diagrams. C. If the job has an isolation transformer, verify the data nameplate meets the actual job requirements for input and output voltages. See Power Distribution page of the wiring diagrams. D. Verify all transformer taps are connected for proper voltage according to the Power Distribution page of the wiring diagrams. CONTROLLER TRANSFORMER CONFIGURATION 1. Verify the wires from the FP1 fuses are connected to the proper Primary taps on the controller transformer. This tap setting should be the same as the 3 phase voltage at the disconnect. [See Figure 2-8.] 2. Verify the secondary taps of T1 are wired per Power Distribution Print for the brake and door voltages.
Section 2 3
Startup Procedures HPV 900 Controller Transformer AC VOLTAGE AND SWITCH TEST 1. With the controller circuit breakers off, turn on the mainline disconnect and verify the building 3 phase is within 10% of what is noted on the wiring diagrams. 2. Verify the proper voltage across the bottom of Drive Connections R S T. 3. Verify that the primary voltage across the bottom of the FP1 fuses is the same as the building 3 phase voltage noted in Step 1. 4. Verify the voltage is within 10% at the T1 controller transformer located behind the logic door. See wiring diagrams for proper voltages.
5. Verify secondary distribution print.
JUMPER CONFIGURATION 1. Install the following jumpers to bypass these circuits that may not be installed at this time. [See Table A.]
CIRCUIT BREAKER & POWER VERIFICATION 1. Turn on CB3 and verify there is 115VAC between LCS & LCO. 2. Verify the drive is also powered up. To
UP Normal Limit DN Normal Limit Governor Hoistway Safeties Car Safeties Car Insp. Switches Rear Gate Panel test operation
Car Gate Front Locks Group Power Group Common Normal Power Drive Switch Rear Locks
3. Turn on CB4 and verify there is 115VAC between LSN & LCO. 4. Turn on CB5 and verify there is the proper voltage for the door operator. See wiring diagrams for details. 5. Turn off CB5. CCU POWER-UP, INITIALIZATION 1. With the mainline disconnect switch on, turn on CB1. 2. Verify the CCU front panel V+ LED stays lit green and display is active. [See Figure 2-10.] Note: First, the window will display the job number and the car number you are working on. Next, the window will display any Communication faults with the CCU devices. If the Car Top Box is not connected, a CTC fault will occur. Disregard any faults for devices that are not connected.
Section 2 9
Startup Procedures HPV 900 9. Ensure that machine brake is able to pick clearly away from brake drum. Also verify that brake will hold 125% of rated load of car and is working mechanically per manufacturers specification. 8. Verify the Governor switch opens the safety circuit and the car does not run. Note: When wiring in a car top run station, make sure the stop switch is also wired and functioning. [See Figure 2-16.] Temporary Inspection Wiring
Note: The brake assembly MUST be in good working condition in order to achieve proper brake operation. Do not continue until all operational problems have been corrected. 1. Set the IVE parameter at a safe working speed and save the new parameter. 2. Verify that the brake is fully picking when the car runs. If not further adjustment of the brake or brake parameters may be required. 3. Verify brake can stop and hold 125% of the capacity of the elevator in the down direction. See manufacturers information for details. 4. Verify the brake drops when the car stops. 5. Remove temporary jumper TIC TIA to allow the car to run from the Car Top Station and disable the panel test buttons. 6. Remove Temporary jumper from II to ICS. 7. Verify that the Panel Test run buttons are inactive.
Make these connections only if two-pole buttons are used.
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Startup Procedures DSD 412
SECTION 3 - MERIDIA STARTUP PROCEDURES With DSD 412 Machine Room Preparations
FIELD WIRING CHECK 1. Verify Mainline disconnect is in the off position and properly locked out. 2. Verify all the circuit breakers on the front panel (located at the top of the controller) are in the off position. [See Figure 3-1.] Meridia Circuit Breakers
An independent, emergency backed, single-phase 120 VAC circuit is common to all drive types (for the first controller of each group only) [See Figure 3-2.] Hall Call Power Circuit
3. Turn the Inspection switch to the ON position. 4. Verify Door Bypass switches are in the OFF position. 5. Verify that the following field wires are connected as described in the Installation portion of this manual. A. Power wiring to the controller: The power wiring can be a 2, 3 or 4 circuit configuration, depending on the drive system that is supplied.
The 3-phase mainline power circuit is common to all drive types. The power connects to the primary side of an Isolation, Step UP or Step Down power transformer. The secondary side will be wired to the fuse block in the drive side of the controller. [See Figure 3-3.] Three-Phase Power Circuit
Section 3 1
The fourth circuit is a separate fused circuit from the primary side of the power transformer terminals L1 and L2 to the FP1 fuse block on the drive side of the controller. [See Figure 3-4.] Controller Power Circuit
DC Application Figure 3-5
The second circuit provides power to the brake coil. These 2 wires can be run with the motor wires. [See Figure 3-6.] Brake Wiring
Note: All wire sizes are to be in accordance to the National Electrical Code. Note: The main line power must supply a ground wire in accordance to National Electrical Code that is continuous to the source or to an earth ground connection. B. Power wiring to the hoist machine: There will be 2 to 4 circuits required to the elevator hoist machine.
The third circuit is to bring power to the Motor Fields. These 2 wires can be run with the motor wires. Verify Dipswitches are set for proper Motor Field Current. [See Wiring Diagrams and Figure 3-7.] Motor Field Wiring
The first is to the motor that consists of current conductors wired from the drive output through the choke (if required) to the motor, and a ground wire to the grounding lug at the drive side of the controller. [See Figure 3-5.]
The fourth circuit is for the brake switch (if required).
Section 3 2
Startup Procedures DSD 412 Motor Encoder Wiring: The encoder wiring uses 3 twisted shielded pairs. This cable is provided from CEC on most applications. See wiring diagrams for connections. It is imperative that this wiring be run separately from the encoder to the drive side of the controller and connected properly. [See Figure 3-8.] Motor Encoder Governor Wiring two 18 gauge wires are required from the electrical safety switch on the governor to the controller. See [Figure 3-9.] Governor Wiring
SETTING UP THE DRIVE
Magnatek DSD 412 Parameter Setup and Check 1. With the controller mainline, CB2 and CB6 on, look at the drive display (SCDU) and verify it is active. Note: On a normal power-UP the SCDU will show P-UP. If there is a number shown it is a fault number and should be disregarded at this time. 2. Verify the parameters in the drive match actual job conditions. See Quick Reference (Table E). A. Use the UP or DN (down) arrow keys on the drive to select the parameter number required. Note: Both the DATA and the DATA PEND LEDs are off. B. Press the DATA/FCTN key to display the setting of this parameter. Note: The DATA LED is now lit green.
3. Press the DATA/FNCT key. This will show REST on the SCDU. Note: The DATA LED will now be lit green.
4. Press the UP arrow key and the SCDU will now display SAVE. Note: The DATA PEND LED is now lit red. 5. Press the ENT key. Note: The DATA LED should now be lit green.
6. Place the NV Ram Protect switch back in the on position. Self Test 1. Place the inspection switch in the on position. 2. Place the NVRAM protect switch in the off position. 3. Press the UP arrow on the drive to display the parameter 998. 4. Press DATA/FCTN key. Note: SCDU displays ENT. Do not push the ENT key yet. 5. From the CCU Main Menu, select Car Commands. 6. Using the arrow keys scroll to SEF and press <ENTER> to set controller to the Self test mode. CEC: [v. 06.02]
C. Use the UP and DN arrow keys on the drive to change this data to the required value. Section 3 8
Startup Procedures DSD 412 7. Press <ENTER> again to activate. Note: This will pull in the required relays on the Meridia controller for the SCR test 8. Press the ENT key on the SCDU. Note: The SCDU will now display TEST. The Main Contactor (1MA) will pull in and drop briefly then pull in again as it tests the motor. 9. After the test is complete the SCDU should flash Pass. 10. Once the test is completed place the NVRAM switch back to the on position. Self Tune 1. Place the inspection switch in the on position. 2. Place the NVRAM protect switch in the off position. Note: The un-protect LED will now be lit 3. Press the UP arrow on the drive to display the parameter 997. 4. Press DATA/FCTN key. Note: The Data LED will now be lit. Note: SCDU displays ENT. Do not push the ENT key yet 5. From the CCU Main Menu, select Car Commands. 6. Using the arrow keys scroll to SEF and press <ENTER> to set controller to the Self test mode. 7. Press <ENTER> again to activate. Note: This will pull in the required relays on the Meridia controller for the SCR test. 8. Press the ENT key on the SCDU. Note: The SCDU will now display TEST. The Main Contactor (1MA) will pull in and drop briefly then pull in again as it tests the motor. 9. After the test is complete the SCDU should flash Pass. 10. Once the test is completed place the NVRAM switch back to the on position. Note: At this time the un-protect LED should be off. 11. Record values in drive Parameters 613 (Arm. Resistance), 614 (Arm. Inductance) and 615 (Measured Field L/R). 12. Take the values recorded in Step 11 and place them accordingly into drive parameters 4 (Arm. Resistance), 6 (Arm. Inductance) and 51 (Measured Field L/R) respectively. 13. Follow Steps described in Saving Drive Parameters using the 994 save function on page 3-8.
2. Record the values for the following parameters: ETV, ESV, TSV, LPE and VEE. 3. Set the following parameters to their new Temporary values: ETV, ESV and TSV = CONTRACT SPEED, VEE=300, LPE=1000.
7. Run car down by entering SCC2 car call. 8. Reset VEE to the original value recorded in step 3. 9. Remove the jumper from the governor switch. 10. Reset the A1 Multiplier setting to 100.
10. Repeat for the other buffer. Note: Remove the weight for CWT buffer.
If using reduced speed buffers, lower High Speed using MMS parameter and set BIT 5 of CS7.
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Adjustment DSD 412
Inspection Operation 1. Remove the car gate and door lock jumpers that were installed during temporary operation. 2. Remove any safety circuit jumpers that were installed during temporary operation. 3. Remove jumpers from normal and slowdown limits. 4. Remove temporary run cord and any wiring used to make temporary operation available. 5. Verify all Inspection switches are in the Inspection Mode and all safety circuit switches are in their correct positions. 6. Verify that the car is now ready for inspection operation via the top of car run station. [Refer to Table A.] All Inputs/Outputs are High. (High is 120 VAC for all except DRVS and NP which is 24 VDC.) Note: If laptop with Wizard 15 software or RVU Unit is not available, use CCU to navigate and display the status of I/O. (See section 11 page 3).
Door and Gate Check While running from Car Top inspection switches, open each door and gate to verify the car stops. Safety Switch Check 1. While running the car, verify that each safety circuit device stops the car. 2. Verify that all limit switches are activated mechanically. (Example: Top final limit is broken by cam on car.) Normal Limits Check 1. Verify that that top directional switch stops the car from running up and the bottom directional switch stops the car when running down. 2. Verify that the directional switches open when the car is within 1 inch of the floor level. Vane and Switch Placement 1. If using encoder leveling (No tape), verify ULZ and DLZ sensors are moved to their maximum spacing.
2. Verify that a floor leveling vane has been placed at each floor. Note: Vanes are mounted equally between the ULZ and DLZ sensors with the car at floor level. Vanes should be mounted within +/-0.50 inches of floor level or a new hatch scan will need to be done after the car is setup.
Section 7 1
Adjustment DSD 412 3. Verify that the ETS vanes are mounted at the required distance from both terminal floors. [See Table B.]
5. If using a tape, refer to Magnet Placement section on page 7-5.
Section 7 2
Adjustment DSD 412 3. Verify the proper waveforms and amplitude of the square waves are correct. The Oscilloscope Time/div setting should be set at 0.5 seconds/div.
<PASSWORD> Level #1 Level #2 Level #3 Level #4
PROMPT C# 1=: C# 1=> C# 1=> C# 1=.
FIXED? (Changeable) (Changeable) (Changeable) (Fixed)
AVAILABLE FUNCTIONS Adjust, View, and Change Password Adjust and View Adjust and View View Only
SNOW-FLAKE INSTALL INSTALL HUDSON.BAY
Section 11 4
Diagnostics To change any of the passwords you must first log-on using the level #1 password, then type the <CHP> command. You will be prompted for the password ID level and the new password. You will be prompted to enter the password twice in order to ensure that the password is entered correctly. It is then necessary to execute the <WRT> command in order to save any changes made with the <CHP> command. Note: The prompt " =: " indicates that you have logged-on using the 1st level password. <SNOW-FLAKE> is the default 1st level password (dash must be included). To Change the Password: Enter Password > On Line ********** OK > C# 1 = : CHP Input the ID (1 - 3) 3 Input the new Password (max 10 char) ******* Again ******* CHP>> OK C# 1 = : WRT Please Wait. WRT>> OK C# 1 = :
Figure 11-6 Change Password Screen
1. Log on as <SNOW-FLAKE> <enter> 2. Enter password level. 3. Enter new password. 4. Repeat password entry. 5. Type <WRT> <enter > (Write to FLASH memory. Saves change.) 6. Disconnect the connector from the J2 Human Interface port and then reconnect it. You should now be able to log-on using the new password.
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Section 11 6
From the Human Interface terminal, type <CAR> to establish communication with the car functions. The prompt in Car Human Interface mode is: C# 1=>
CAR DIAGNOSTIC COMMANDS
<COMMAND> ASU DESCRIPTION OF CAR COMMAND Automatic Set Up: (Hoistway Scan) Limit switch position and Floor Center of Target (COT) Position Reference Set-up.
NOTE: Refer to Auto Setup (Hatch Scan) on page 6-9 for HPV 900 or page 7-9 for DSD 412:
BASe of output: Output base setting can be either 10 or 16. If set to 10, all values returned by the controller will be in decimal notation (easiest to read). If set to 16, all values returned by the controller will be in hexadecimal notation. It is advisable to leave it at 10. Brake to Brake last travel Time: This command returns time period of last run performed by car. Brake Duty Cycle. Typing BDC=[number 1 to 255]<ENTER> while the car is on inspection sends a turn on duty cycle to the brake device. Manually pushing in MC and BK contactors will lift the brake. Typing BDC <ENTER> or placing the car on AUTO will turn off the brake command. Car Call pilot Status: Displays the pilot status of the car. An UP pilot is a call above current car position. A DOWN pilot is a call below current car position. The hexadecimal numbers below indicate the pilot status:
JOB NO RANGE
1- # FLs 0-65535
FLOOR # FPM
ETV EUR FAL
0-65535 0-65535 1- # FLs
JOB JOB 2
FPM DPPs FLOOR #
FBC CEC: [v. 06.02]
FBT FDZ FEV
1-65535 1-32 0-2000
1/64 SEC DPP FPM
FIR FLV (MG Only) FOF(n)
1- # FLs 0-480 -31-+31
FLOOR # VOLTS DPP
Fire Bypass Timer for fire GSA standard. Floor Dead Zone: The number of counts the car must go out of dead level to cause the car to re-level. (In DPP counts) Feed forward End Velocity. When the car is slowing down and the car velocity is less than this parameter value, the controller will signal the drive to remove the speed reference feed forward. The drive must be setup for this feature and CS9 BIT 2 must also be set in the controller. FIRe Recall Floor: The main fire floor default for phase 1 recall mode. Field Line Voltage: The nominal single phase AC line voltage that is input to the field power circuit. Floor Offset: This is the number of counts to adjust the floors dead level position. The count is in DPP and is entered as a positive number for up and a negative number for down. n selects a particular floor. The car stops from the FCP count, which is the center of target plus or minus the floor offset. The floor offset can be adjusted up or down up to 1 inch. FCP = COT +/- FOF. C# 1=> FOF FLOOR # 15 COT 6600 FOF --0 FCP 6600
C# 1=> FOF1=0-6 FLOOR # COT FOF5 = 0-2 FOF8 = 4
Moves the dead level position for floor 5 down by 2. Moves the dead level position for floor 8 up by 4.
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Note: 0 must be entered before a negative number, i.e., 8 would be entered as 0 - 8. Fault Retry Count. The number of times the controller will try to recover from a motion fault and return to automatic service before shutting down. Final Stop Damping. Velocity Damping during the final stop. The damping time represents the number of samples that CEC: [v. 06.02]
FSR (MG Only) FSS (MG Only) FSV
FWR (MG Only) FWS (MG Only) GCT GDB
1/16 SEC 1/64 SEC
GLV GOT GP1 GP2 GP4 GP5 GRT HBT HDT HLD HM1
0-1/16 SEC 0-65535 (Software Specific) 0-65535 (Software Specific) 0-65535 (Software Specific) 0-65535 (Software Specific) 20-SEC 0-32 0-60 0-60 1- # FLs 1/16 SEC SEC SEC FLOOR #
HM2 HM3 HM4 HTT
1- # FLs 1- # FLs 1- # FLs 0-65535
FLOOR # FLOOR # FLOOR # FLOOR #
are averaged every 1/64 second. On final stop, the demand velocity is changed from the leveling velocity to zero instantly. Having a damping of 8 would cause the velocity to slope down from the leveling velocity to zero in 1/8 second (8/64). Floor Stop Offset: Number of counts prior to reaching the floor dead level position that a stop sequence begins for a normal run. (In DPP counts) Field Strength Rate. Rate at which Weak Field Voltage (WFV) parameter increased to Run Field Voltage (RFV) parameter. Field Strength Speed: The car speed (fpm) at which the field regulator begins to strengthen the motor field voltage during deceleration. Feed forward Start Velocity (fpm). Upon the start of a run when the car velocity is greater than this parameter value, the controller will signal the drive to use some amount of speed reference feed forward. The drive must be setup for this feature and CS9 BIT 2 must also be set in the controller. Field Weaken Rate: The time in which Motor Field Voltage will decrease from Run (full) Field Voltage (RFV) to Weak Field Voltage (WFV) parameter value. Field Weakening Speed: The car speed (fpm) at which the field regulator begins to weaken the motor field voltage during acceleration. Gong Cycle Time: Total On & Off time for the Down Lantern signal (1/16 sec). Gate and lock DeBounce time: Time to debounce the gate and lock signals to prevent a false start caused by the gate or lock bouncing. Gate and Lock Velocity limit. Maximum car velocity allowed by VFC board when GL1 input is deactivated. Gong Off Time: On time = GCT - GOT; Off time = GOT General Purpose parameter General Purpose parameter General Purpose parameter General Purpose parameter Generator Run Time: This is time period that Motor Generator (MG) will be ON after the last call. Handicap Buzzer Time (HBZ output) Floor Passing Tone. OnTime (pulse function of Handicap Buzzer) Car Homing Door open Time Hall Lantern Delay: Delay from slowdown initiation to send lantern output signal (ULT & DLT parameters). Car HoMing floor designation 1: A maximum of four (4) floors can be designated for Homing. The HM1 through HM4 parameters match the HM1 through HM4 input names. The floor designation does not have to be sequential. Car HoMing floor designation 2 Car HoMing floor designation 3 Car HoMing floor designation 4 High Speed Travel Timer: Maximum time the car is allowed to run at high speed. Section 13 7
IFT IRV IVE LAG LBY LDC
0-301 0-150 0-100 1-320 1- # FLs 0-65535
SEC FPM FPM 1/64 SEC FLOOR # NUM.
Independent to Fire Time: Time system takes to override independent service during Fire Phase I operation. Inspection Run Velocity limit. VFC board velocity limit when car is running on inspection mode. Inspection VElocity: The Inspection velocity is set at 50 FPM (0.25 m/s) when the controller is shipped. Car LAG compensation LobBY Floor: Default recall floor during regular zoning services. LeD Control variable: This parameter changes what data is output to the front cover LEDs. Bits Description 0 0=Display input, 1=Display outputs (for i/o data display) 1 0=Display i/o data, 1=Display trace data 2 0=Display trace low byte, 1=Display trace high byte LeD Diagnostic trace selection variable: Selects which trace variable data is displayed on the front panel LEDs. The trace locations are setup from the TRA and TRB commands. LeD I2C i/o board Number. Each I2C port handles 8 input boards and 8 output boards. This variable selects the board number for the i/o data to be displayed on the front cover LEDs. LeD Port variable: Selects which i/o port data to output to the front cover LEDs. Port # IIC Device Controller 0 VIC Velocity Interface Controller 1 MIC Motor Room Interface Controller 2 MPC1 Motor Room Port Controller MPC2 Motor Room Port Controller MPC3 Motor Room Port Controller MPC4 Motor Room Port Controller MPC5 Motor Room Port Controller MPC6 Motor Room Port Controller TOC Top of Car 9 COP Car Operating Panel 10 RCOP Rear Car Operating Panel 11 CPC1 Car Port Controller CPC2 Car Port Controller CPC3 Car Port Controller CPC4 Car Port Controller CPC5 Car Port Controller CPC6 Car Port Controller 6 Long Door Open (Standing) Time (2 to 12.5 seconds) for a hall call. Light and Fan Time: Special time out (in seconds) to turn off lights and fan inside car when car is parked. (Optional. The normal time is the same as GRT)
1/16 sec sec
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1/16 sec DPP
LRR LTR LVE LWT
1-480 0-1000 1-20 0-32
Fpm/s2 Fpm/s fpm 1/16 sec
1/10 amp 1/64 SEC Fpm Fpm
MLG MLV MMS
1-320 0-- top speed
MRA MRD MRL MRS MRT
1-480 1-480 1-480 1-480 0-65535
Fpm/s2 Fpm/s2 Fpm/s2 Fpm/s2
Low Intensity Cycle time (msec). Used to pulse the car call lights so they glow slightly while the call is not selected. Once the call is energized, the car call light turns on bright. This parameter controls the total on-off time (how fast the car call light is pulsed). A cycle time set to 16 would be 62.5 Hz. Low Intensity On time (msec). The amount of time that car call light is on during each cycle time. If LIC is set to 16 milliseconds and LIO is set to 4 milliseconds, then the light will be pulsed with a 25% duty cycle. Local Next-Up Door time: Only used for simplex car when Lobby Recall feature enabled Terminal Limit switch Position Error: Position error that will result in an emergency slow-down. When car approaches a terminal landing, the instantaneous position when the limit switch opens is compared with the Limit Position Reference (see ULR and DLR parameters). If this differential value is larger than LPE parameter values, the car will go into emergency slowdown. Leveling Roll Rate into leveling speed. Linear Time Rate (feet/min/sec). Maximum change in demand velocity while the SM contactor is energized. Leveling VElocity (feet per minute). Load Weighing de-bounce. The number of samples that are averaged each 1/16 second from the load weigher input. A value of 16 would give 16 samples continuously averaged over 1 second. Acceleration Rate when using MMS parameter for setting top speed. (MAR then replaces ACR parameter for setting Acceleration Rate). Motor Blower Timer. Drop out timer for motor blower output. Deceleration Rate when using MMS parameter for setting top speed (MDR then replaces DER parameter for setting Deceleration Rate). Minimum Field Current. The minimum current required for the motor field board to detect that there is no field loss. This parameter is set in 1/10 amp increments. Car LAG compensation using Deceleration using MVC operation. Maximum Level Velocity: When leveling, maximum velocity at which the car can run with doors open. MaximuM Car Speed. Sets top speed of car. Only functional when bit 5 on Control Status Word 7 (CS7) is set. Note: IF MMS IS USED, then the following parameters must be substituted also: Use MAR vs. ACR; Use MDR vs. DER; Use MDT vs. DTA; Use MMS vs. SST; Use MTL vs. TLM. Acceleration Roll Rate into top speed using MVC operation. Deceleration Roll Rate into top speed using MVC operation. Leveling Roll Rate into leveling speed using MVC operation. Start Roll Rate into acceleration using MVC operation. Maximum Run Timer: Maximum time the car is allowed to run per trip. Section 13 9
Fpm 1/64 sec
NDT OST PDT
5-120 0-65535 0-128
sec 1/16 sec 1/64 sec
PPS PPT PTF RFV (MG Only) RLC RPM
0-128 0-196 0-160 1-600 0-12 1-3600
1/64 sec 1/64 sec Num volts Re-level count Num
FPM 1/16 sec
SDT SFV (MG Only) SPC SRR Section 13 10
4-80 10-300 0-20 1-480
1/16 sec VOLTS cycles Fpm/s2
Maximum Re-level Velocity: Maximum velocity the car can run with the doors open when re-leveling. Minimum Velocity Damping Time period: Minimum time value for filtering out step value in the speed reference. The filtering time begins decreasing from VDT parameter value to MVD value when the speed reference is in deceleration mode. Number of Coded calls per Floor (Use with optional keypad security) Number of codes available per floor for keypad security. This number (*n) multiplied by the number of floors +1 must be less than the maximum of 300 code storage allocation. Note: If this value is changed, all new codes must be reentered. Nudging Door Time Overlay Slowdown Timer. Used to control NS output. Preconditioning Delay Time. Used for both torque compensation and preconditioning. With torque compensation, this is the amount of time the torque compensation value is held for the drive. With preconditioning, this is the time delay before the speed reference soft start begins. The preconditioning offset of the speed reference starts immediately during the preconditioning delay time. Pulses Per Revolution: The motor encoder number of pulses per revolution. This is used by the VIC processor to calculate the velocity and direction of the car. Preconditioning Phase-out Start time. Delay time before starting the preconditioning speed reference offset. Preconditioning Phase-out Time. The duration to fade out the preconditioning speed reference offset. Post Trigger Frames: Number of diagnostic display frames saved after triggering. Rated Field Voltage: This is the Rated Field Voltage per the motor nameplate. Number of times car will continuously re-level before being removed from service. Revolutions Per Minute: The RPM of the motor. This parameter is used by the VIC processor to calculate the velocity and direction of the car. Floor Re-level Stop Offset: Number of counts prior to reaching the floor dead level position that a stop sequence begins for a re-level. (In DPP counts) Re-leveling VElocity (feet per minute) System Master Control Timer. Delay timer for SMC output that controls the SM contactor. This timer uses increments of 1/16 second to delay SMC input. Short Door Time (0.5 to 5 seconds) after Electric Eye (EE input) or Safety Edge (SE input) activation Standby Field Voltage. Motor field voltage maintained when car not running. Start Sequence Protection Counter: Normally adjusted for 6 cycles to try starting motion. Refer to Error code 18. Start Roll Rate from zero speed. CEC: [v. 06.02]
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Controller Error Code ERROR 117 DEFINITION OF CONTROLLER ERROR CODE Communication packets were lost on car COMM port (TOC or COP devices) while car was moving. Communication packets to the CTC board were lost while the car was moving. Motor field device error. Verify motor field current jumper configuration is set to correct current setting. Lost the GV (Governor) input while the car was moving. Lost the HS (Hatch Safety) input while the car was moving. Lost the CS (Car Safety) input while the car was moving. Lost the ICS (In-Car Stop Switch) input while the car was moving. Lost the DRV (Drive) module input while the car was moving. Lost the RDY (Ready) module input while the car was moving. Lost the SM (System Master) module input while the car was moving. Lost the MA (Master Contactor) input while the car was moving. Lost the BK (Brake Contactor) input while the car was moving. Car cannot be a Master (Dispatcher). GRPO was asserted but the GRPI input was not activated. Real time clock control interrupt failed. Detected by secondary watch dog timer. Dispatch sequencer clock interrupt failed. Detected by secondary watch dog timer. Second interrupt timer failed. In Car Inspection input module on while car was on auto or while both top and bottom car calls on. Check wiring. GL, DLS, or CGS input modules on when door reached full open (DOL switch input) at the floor. Intelligent device powered up reset after previous initialization. EMSD was lost unexpectedly: lost FLT, BK(FLT), EMST, or DF. Drive encoder not in UP direction when car running up. Check encoder wiring. CCU board encoder signal not in UP direction when car running up. Check encoder wiring. VIC device encoder signal not in UP direction when car running up. Check encoder wiring. Drive encoder signal not in DOWN direction when car running down. Check encoder wiring. CCU board encoder signal not in DOWN direction when car running down. Check encoder wiring. VIC board encoder signal not in DOWN direction when car running down. Check encoder wiring. Car did not decelerate as expected in an emergency stop. Not used on Meridia Not used on Meridia DZ in the motor room not on when expected (on from the CTC). Check wiring. Not used on Meridia DPP count off by more than 5 counts when car is level at floor. Check car top encoder alignment. Both UP and DOWN motion true during DPP interrupt. DPP count not updated. No UP or DOWN motion during DPP interrupt. DPP count not updated. DZ signal from MIC board & TOC board is on despite an absence of command from CPT board. Car tried to re-level 25 consecutive times. Check Brake and RVE parameter. CCU velocity feedback zero when demand > 40 fpm. (0.2 m/s) VIC velocity feedback zero when demand > 40 fpm. (0.2 m/s) Not used on Meridia GL lost during a start sequence. Check DZ aux. contacts in GL circuit. CGS or DLS lost during a start sequence. LVE not dropped during a start sequence. Check module and wiring. Multiple cars Master at the same time. Check CTG cross connect wiring.
FIRE CALL BLUE RCALL VIP VIP
R R R R R R R R R R R R R R
CS2 Group (Control Status Word 2)
BIT AFFECT VIP VIP VIP VIP VIP VIP VIP VIP DEF R R R R R R R R R R DESCRIPTION This bit must be set to allow car # 1 to answer a VIP call. This bit must be set to allow car # 2 to answer a VIP call. This bit must be set to allow car # 3 to answer a VIP call. This bit must be set to allow car # 4 to answer a VIP call. This bit must be set to allow car # 5 to answer a VIP call. This bit must be set to allow car # 6 to answer a VIP call. This bit must be set to allow car # 7 to answer a VIP call. This bit must be set to allow car # 8 to answer a VIP call. Reserved Reserved CEC: [v. 06.02]
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Control Status Words - Group BIT 14 15
VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO
DEF R R R R R R
DESCRIPTION Reserved Reserved Not used on Meridia Not used on Meridia Set to display car status on group screen. If set, do not blink car on lobby screen.
CS3 Group (Control Status Word 3)
AFFECT CALL CALL CALL DNPEAK ZONE ZONE ZONE ZONE ZONE NEXTUP BLUE
DEF R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R
DESCRIPTION Not used on Meridia If set, then front Hall Call inputs will internally latch. If set, then rear Hall Call inputs will internally latch. If set, then Hall Call will only latch if a car is available. If set, down peak zoning is active even if there is no blind shaft. If set, zone to floor with most calls, else zone to floor with the longest wait. If set, zone car with a pilot. If set, remove zone as soon as call is assigned. If set, disables up peak zoning with a pilot on up peak. If set, will not zone a car to lobby on up peak if ETA to lobby is too great. Reset to allow multiple Next Up cars. If set, then Code Blue call inputs will internally latch. Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved
CS4 Group (Control Status Word 4)
AFFECT COMM COMM COMM CALL CALL COMM COMM ERROR EMP
DEF R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R
DESCRIPTION Not used on Meridia Not used on Meridia Not used on Meridia Set to disable EDS with loss of HPU comm. Enable cross cancellation operation. Set to use I2C for Hall Calls else HPUs Not used on Meridia Reserved Not used on Meridia Set to disable interrupt error display. Set to activate inter-group emergency power. Reserved Reserved Set to enable front auxiliary riser. Set to enable rear auxiliary riser. Reserved
Is CEN the only relay energized? No
Is 110VAC present at terminals LCS & LCO?
Is the drive operational? Yes No
Check drive faults
Check wiring to the drive
Check wiring to DL and CG
Are the circuit breakers on? Yes No
Check the power supply and wiring from transformer to circuit breakers
Turn the circuit breakers on
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Car will not move on inspection.
Yes Does the car status screen show the car on inspection? No Check jumpers, switches and wiring.
Is the panel test switch on test?
Place switch in test position.
Is input PT lit?
Check controller wiring and jumpers
Are CEN, DI, CG relays energized?
See flowchart for these relays.
No Check wiring and jumpers.
Do run relays SM, BK & MC energize?
Yes Is parameter IVE set to 50fpm? No
Set to 50fpm?
Is brake picking clear from the drum?
Check wiring and jumpers.
Adjust the brake and its pick voltages.
Section 19 5
HPU not operational
Is the group power circuit breaker on?
Turn on circuit breaker.
Connect wires per wiring diagrams.
Are the serial hoistway wires connected to the SPU link terminals VH+, VHC, HCRT+, HCRT?
Is 24VDC present at terminals VH+ to VHC?
Check Group power supply and its connections.
Is the green LED lit on the HPU all HPU cards?
Is 24VDC present at the end of the HPU cable?
Check hoistway connections.
Is the HPU hoistway wire routed away from high voltage?
Are the HPUs flashing at about 1 second intervals?
Replace HPU board.
No Clear wiring. Yes Check controller and hoistway connections for HCRT + and HCRT-.
Are the HPUs addressed correctly? No
At the group controller, enter a CMG command and replace any HPUs that show failures.
Section 19 6
Car Commands: Each Command is activated when selected.
Section 19 7
Troubleshooting Car Hoistway: Data is displayed at each selection.
Section 19 8
Troubleshooting Car Parameters: Data is displayed at each parameter when selected.
Section 19 9
Troubleshooting Car Status: Data is displayed at each selection.
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