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Diagnostics
Summary
Modification
This document contains the diagnostics instructions for the elevator control Miconic MX-GC
with SMLCD Rel. 4.0 and higher.
01
02
03
04
Prepared
17.05.2005
eberhaer
KA No.
107022
107045
107049
160255
Reviewed
17.05.2005
ferreite
KA Date
13.06.03 14.11.03 12.12.03 20.05.05
Norms Chkd 13.05.2005
plattle
Released
Miconic MX-GC with SMLCD
19.05.2005
Format
Diagnostics
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barriosre
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Classification
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Table of Contents
1
Safety Advice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
1.1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
1.2 Symbols Used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
2 * General Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
3 Prerequisites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
4 Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
5 *Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
5.1 *Control Cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
5.1.1 ASIXA PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
5.1.2 * User Interface MX-UI with SMLCD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
5.1.3 GCIOB 360 PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
5.1.4 EBBIO PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
5.1.5 * BCM3 PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
5.1.6 * BCM420 PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
5.1.7 Ethernet Hub . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
5.1.8 Gateway PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
5.2 Car . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
5.2.1 LONIC PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
5.2.2 LONIBV PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
5.3 Hoistway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
5.3.1 LONCUB PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
5.3.2 NWRIO4 PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
6 Fault Rectification According to Symptoms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
A.1 System- and Communication Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
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Safety
Requirements
1
Safety Advice
1.1
General
All persons involved must know and follow all company and local safety regulations, with
special attention to the following:
•
•
•
•
Make sure that there is enough light to work safely.
Immediately replace damaged or lost safety equipment.
Keep all tools in good condition.
Follow instructions when using tools.
In addition to protective clothing, the following safety equipment must be used:
Description
Safety Shoes
Safety Equipment
Hardhat
Safety Goggles
Full Body Safety
Harness
Protective
Gloves
1.2
Symbols Used
Danger
This symbol indicates a high risk of serious injury. Follow instructions to prevent serious
injury or even death.
Caution
This symbol indicates a risk of personal injury or property damage. Follow instructions to
prevent injury or property damage.
Caution
This symbol indicates components that are sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD).
Follow precautions for handling electrostatic sensitive devices.
Note
This symbol indicates special or additional information.
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HW and SW
Versions
* General Notes
HW/SW
Location
Components
Base Software
GCIOB 360
SW ≥ V 2.43
Hardware Control
Cabinet
Base Module
ASIXA 31 (QA)
GCIOB 360 (QB)
FS 213255 (QA)
EBBIO1 (QB)
EBFAN 1 (QA) *
NGL
BATNSG
Power Module
PDB 3 (QA)
Brake Module
BCM 2 (QD)
BCMM 1 (QD) *
BCMZA 1 (QB) ***
BCM420 1 (QB)
Options Module
GW
HUB
Others
NGO
2NGO
NGO1
2NGO1
LDBCS (only with Hong Kong)
RMVE 1 (QA) *
DM236 (only for Italy)
MX-Fixtures
LONCUS 2 (QB) **
LONCUB 1 (QA)
LONPBD 2 (QA) **
NWPBU/D 2 (QA) **
NWSL 2 (QA) **
NWLC 2 (QB) **
NWPBC 2 (QA) **
LONDI 2 (QD) **
LONDY 2 (QC) **
LONDYH 1 (QA)
LONDYIO 3 (only with S300P MRL)
Z-Line Fixtures
(Miconic 10)
ZRTM10
BIO2 Fixtures
BIODCE 1 (QA)
BIOPCSE 1 (QA)
BIB (= Building
Interface Box)
NWRIO 4 (QB)
LONCUB 1 (QA)
Hardware Hoistway
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HW/SW
Hardware Car
Location
Components
OKR
LONIC 1 (QA)
RECPCB 1 (QA)
MX-Fixtures
LONCOP 2 (QB) **
LONCOPE 1 (QA)
NWDB 2 (QA) **
NWPB5 2 (QA) **
NWSL 2 (QA) **
NWLC 2 (QB) **
NWPBC 2 (QA) **
NWDY 2 (QA) **
Z-Line Fixtures
(Miconic 10)
HBOX
AZRC
Varidor 30 CME
LONIBV 1 (QC)
* As for diagnostics instructions, refer to the manual "Diagnostics VF30/50/85BR for
Asynchronous Motors with Miconic MX-GC (without SMLCD)", K 604072.
** As for diagnostics instructions, refer to the manual "Diagnostics MX Fixtures", K 604331.
*** As for diagnostics instructions, refer to the manual "Diagnostics VF11/22/33/44BR
(VARIOSYS) for PMS/PMA/SM250 Synchronous Motors with Miconic MX-GC (SMLCD)",
K 604442.
Hardware and Software Versions
Reset Variodyn
Switch JH OFF - wait 3 seconds - switch JH ON.
Reset MX-GC
Press "Reset" on GCIOB 360 PCB once. Wait until the elevator control has booted.
Double Reset on
MX-GC
Press "Reset" on GCIOB 360 PCB once. Wait until the red LED is no more lit. Press "Reset"
once more. Wait until the elevator control has booted and reinitialized.
Reset Travel
Control
With Recall Control Station
STOP
Recall Control Station
1
2
JRH on position "RECALL"
Press both push buttons DRH-D and DRH-U
With Inspection Control Station
The procedure with the Inspection Control station is similar to the procedure with the Recall
Control station.
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Tools
Prerequisites
Tool
Multimeter
Description
•
•
•
•
> 25 kΩ/V Sensitivity
up to 1000 VDC measuring range
Diode test and continuity test
Test leads with insulated probe tips
Tools
Related
Documents
Number
Document
Customer specific
Installation Wiring Diagram
K 604262
TABA/Dispo Miconic MX-GC with SMLCD
K 604265
Installation Miconic MX-GC with SMLCD
K 604453
Commissioning Miconic MX-GC with SMLCD
K 604454
Diagnostics Miconic MX-GC with SMLCD (this document)
K 604266
Maintenance Miconic MX-GC with SMLCD
K 604437
Diagnostic LON Interfaces
K 604447
Diagnostic BIO2 Interfaces
K 604455
Training Miconic MX-GC with SMLCD
K 604331
Diagnostics MX Fixtures
K 604072
Diagnostics VF30/50/85BR for Asynchronous Motors with
Miconic MX-GC (without SMLCD)
Related Documents
Danger
•
•
•
Switch off the main switch JH before starting work on the elevator control.
Do not plug in or unplug connectors unless the devices concerned are switched off.
Bypassing the safety circuit without express instruction is prohibited.
Caution
Exercise great care when traveling by Recall Control Station since the hoistway limit
switches are bridged during this mode of travel.
Note
•
•
Only those personnel that are familiar with the product and qualified through training are
authorized to carry out the diagnostics procedures.
The procedures must be carried out in sequence. Do not go to the next step before the
step in progress has been fully completed.
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Summary
Procedure
The following flowchart shows one possible procedure for diagnostics (searching for and
clearing of faults/errors). In addition, reference is made to the relevant sections in this
document, which will provide useful information.
Overview
Chapter in Diagnostics
Is the Power supply
OK?
Is the Safety circuit OK?
Is a Travel initation
possible?
Abnormal Displays
on PCBs?
Does the elevator shows
other Fault Symptoms ?
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5
Summary
*Power Supply
This chapter deals with rectification of faults, which can be determined by reading the
display on MX-UI with SMLCD or LEDs on PCBs.
5.1
Summary
*Control Cabinet
This chapter deals with hardware components in the control cabinet, which are relevant for
diagnostics.
Note
For the diagnostics of the following PCBs refer to the manual "Diagnostics VF30/50/85BR
for Asynchronous Motors with Miconic MX-GC (without SMLCD)", K 604072:
•
•
•
EBFAN PCB
RMVE PCB
BCMM PCB
5.1.1 ASIXA PCB
Summary
The ASIXA PCB as "Backplane PCB" forms the interface between the GCIOB 360
processor PCB and the control peripherals. The heart of the ASIXA PCB is the User
Interface MX-UI with SMLCD, which provides the major part of the information for
diagnostics.
Overview
ASIXA PCB Overview
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Pos.
Designation
Description
1
a) EB3
b) EBFAN
c) EBBIO
a) Extension board 3
b) Extension board motor fan
c) Extension board BIO Bus
2
GCIOB 360
GCIOB Controller board
3
LONC
LON car
4
LONS
LON hoistway
5
2LONS
LON hoistway (2. Side)
6
AGSI
Absolute encoder hoistway information
7
LUET
Lamp overbridging door
8
ETHERNET
Ethernet group connector
9
GNT RS232
RS232 communication to device telealarm
10
DRIVE RS422
RS422 communication to drive
11
BAT
Battery
12
GNT
Telealarm device
13
ZQF
Travel counter
14
POW 236
Power alarm device for Italy
15
KTHM
Contact thermal machine room
16
KKSA
Contact supervision rope Aramid
17
BCM
Brake control module
18
Safety circuit:
a) SK1 b) SKS
c) SKC
d) KTS e) KV f) RH g) SK2
a) Phase Control Relay b) Hoistway
c) Car d) Hoistway Doors
e) Door locking (manual doors)
f) Bypass Operation (only Hong Kong)
g) Reserve 2
19
MGB
Magnetic brake
20
X15A
Logic signals to drive
21
X15B
Logic signals to drive
22
PSW
Not yet used
23
GW
Gateway building bus
24
2NGO
Power supply options
25
NGO
Power supply options
26
NGL
Power supply unit elevator
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LEDs
LED
Status
RSK(1)
not lit
VRSK
RB
Description
Fault Rectification
RSK(1) inactive
None
lit
RSK(1) active
Travel initiation
not lit
VRSK inactive
None
lit
VRSK active
Travel initiation
not lit
Normal status
None
Brake is released
Travel initiation
lit
LEDs ASIXA PCB
Jumper
Jumper
ABC
Pos.
Pin B-C
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Description
Normal status
Fault Rectification
None
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5.1.2 * User Interface MX-UI with SMLCD
Summary
The User Interface MX-UI with SMLCD on ASIXA PCB was developed for commissioning,
parameter adjustment, test execution and diagnostics.
Note
This chapter describes the components of the User Interface as well as the "Status Elevator
Display" and the menu tree of the four-line SMLCD.
User Interface
with SMLCD
3
2
6
5
4
1
7
8
User Înterface with SMLCD
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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Status voltage supply and LED door trigger
Safety circuit
Chip Card, Elevator-ID
Direction- and floor level LEDs
Installation travel mode switch JMOF
Status information group communication and LON
Bus
Four-line SMLCD (Service Module LCD)
Operation keys SMLCD
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LED Signalization
LED
Status
BATT
lit
CCS
blinking
lit
not lit
Description
Status emergency power: On when the capacity of the
battery is below 10 % of rated value
Data being read from the chip card, PCT/SCT being
generated
There is a valid chip card available. Normal status
No or not valid chip card available
DUEISK-A
lit
Short circuit in safety circuit. Reset switch must be
pressed after clearing short circuit.
JMOF
lit
Installation travel is activated
LON
not lit
blinking
blinking
irregularly
LON application not functioning
Blinks four times (repeated): LON communication not
functioning
LON application/communication OK
LR-U
lit
Car is traveling upwards
LR-D
lit
Car is traveling downwards
LTRT
lit
Door trigger is active
LUET
lit
Car on floor level (information KUET)
NGL
lit
24 VDC from NGL available
(2)NGO
lit
24 VDC from (2)NGO available
Rx/Tx
T1 - T5
not lit
No Ethernet communication available
flickering
Ethernet connections communicating
lit
Ethernet connections available, but no communication
lit
Safety circuit is closed
LED Signalization
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Status Elevator
Display on
SMLCD
Pos.
1
Description
Status LON/BIO Software download/Freeze:
blinking "%"
"?"
Freeze for LON- or BIO Nodes necessary
blinking "?"
Executing Freeze Command
blinking "!"
Freeze not successful
"!"
Missing or new LON/BIO nodes after Freeze
blank
Freeze done and no changes with LON/BIO nodes
2
Status Master (M = Master, blank = not Master)
3
Status Service Visit (service visit active if "*" is flashing)
4
Car load in % of nominal load (DMS) or load status with contacts
5
Elevator name or elevator number
6
Status Drive:
7
0
Drive at standstill
+
Drive accelerating
=
Drive at constant speed
-
Drive decelerating
F
Drive not available
?
Status unknown
Status Car:
=
Car at standstill inside door zone
#
Car at standstill outside door zone
↑
Traveling direction up
↓
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Traveling direction down
Status unknown
8
Current group selector value (1 until n)
9
Status Travel Control (in error condition the error number of Travel Control will be
shown alternating)
10
Indicates if car is below (-) or above (+) the closest floor during power fail-ure
(supply from battery). The closest floor is indicated in point 8. If the car stands in
the door zone two dashes appear. See also point 11
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Pos.
Description
11
Distance to closest floor during power failure (supply from battery).
See also point 10
12
Status door:
½
Door Side
Door Side
Door Side
Door Side
Door Side
Door Side
Door Side
Door Side
I I
13
Speed of car (in error condition the error number of Motor Control will be shown
alternated to the status of Motor Control)
14
Status Control
Status Elevator Display on SMLCD
Menu Tree
SMLCD
Menu Access
Menu
Level
Menu Item
Status Elevator
S
S
--
1
Login / Logout
S
S
--
1
Commands
S
P
--
2
Service Visit
P
P
--
2
Car Call
S
P
--
2
Terminal Call
S
P
If M10
2
Floor Call
S
P
If not M10
2
Door
S
P
--
2
Special Trips
P
PC
--
3
KFM
P
PC
--
3
DFM-U
P
PC
--
3
DFM-D
P
PC
--
3
JLF
P
PC
--
P
PC
--
Services
3
Service JAB
P
PC
--
3
Service JRV
P
PC
--
3
Service SAB
P
PC
--
3
Service JBF
P
PC
--
P
PC
--
P
PC
--
2
LMS Commission
3
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2
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Menu Access
Menu
Level
Menu Item
3
NA
Empty Car
P
PC
--
3
Full Load
P
PC
--
3
System Check
P
PC
--
3
Empty Car Bot
P
PC
LMS with parameter "Load
Type" HP_xxx only
3
Empty Car Top
P
PC
LMS with parameter "Load
Type" HP_xxx only
3
Empty Car Mid
P
PC
LMS with parameter "Load
Type" HP_xxx only
2
Adj. Floor Lev
P
PC
--
2
Drv End Commis
P
PC
--
2
Freeze Node Tr
P
PC
--
2
Invalidate SDM
-
PC
NA only
2
UnlockTerminal
P
PC
If M10
2
Teach-in
P
PC
If BIO2 bus
2
SMLCD Language
P
PC
--
3
US English
P
PC
--
3
French
P
PC
--
3
German
P
PC
--
3
Spanish
P
PC
--
3
Numeric
P
PC
--
2
EQ MidPointSet
-
PC
NA only
2
Program IO Func
P
PC
If BIO2 bus
2
MC CommissStat
P
PC
--
1
Tests
P
PC
--
2
Servitel Call
P
PC
--
3
Reg Center
P
PC
--
3
Aux Center
P
PC
--
P
PC
--
2
VF Test
3
DC Link Test
P
PC
--
3
CurrentLoopTst
P
PC
--
3
EstimMotorPara
P
PC
(Modernization)
3
Direction Test
P
PC
Asynchronous machine only
3
ZeroPositionTest
P
PC
Synchronous machine only
3
EstimatInertia
P
PC
(Modernization)
3
Memory Test
P
PC
--
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Menu Access
Menu
Level
Menu Item
3
NA
Fan Test
P
PC
--
3
LED Test
P
PC
--
3
ChargeDCLTest
P
PC
--
3
DischargDCLTst
P
PC
--
3
CapFormingTest
P
PC
--
3
FCR Test
P
PC
--
3
FCR IGBT Test
P
PC
--
2
Ck Empty Car
P
PC
--
2
Acceptance Tes
P
PC
---
3
Brake Test
P
PC
3
EN81 Test
P
-
3
Traction Test
P
PC
--
3
TRT Speed Test
P
PC
If not MoSIS
3
Buffer Test
P
PC
--
3
Overspeed 1 Test
P
PC
--
3
Overspeed 2 Test
P
PC
--
3
TripTimeTest
P
PC
--
3
UpTermSlowDown
P
PC
If NTSD
3
DownTermSlowDo
P
PC
If NTSD
3
KNE Test
P
PC
--
3
DoorZoneTest
P
PC
If MoSIS
3
LevelSpeedTst
P
PC
If MoSIS
3
RelevelSpeedTst
P
PC
If MoSIS
3
MonRelevelSpTest
P
PC
If not MoSIS
3
UncontrMovemnt
-
PC
NA only
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1
Status
S
P
--
2
Status Group
S
P
--
2
Drive
S
P
--
2
Board I/Os
S
PC
--
2
Versions
S
PC
--
3
GC Software
S
PC
--
3
Drive Software
S
PC
--
2
PCT Type
S
P
--
2
Date & Time
S
P
--
2
Load
S
P
--
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Menu Access
Menu
Level
Menu Item
Position Abs.
S
P
--
2
Position Rel.
S
P
--
2
LON nodes CH 1
S
PC
--
2
LON nodes CH 2
S
PC
--
2
BIO nodes type
S
PC
If BIO2 bus
2
Floor Enables
S
PC
--
3
Normal Floors
S
PC
--
3
Secured Floors
S
PC
If not M10
S
P
If not M10
Calls
3
Floor Calls
S
P
If not M10
3
Car Calls
S
P
If not M10
2
LON SW-Dwnload
S
PC
--
2
Available Srv
S
P
--
2
Brake Test
S
P
--
2
Drive AMPS
S
P
--
2
DMC
S
P
If DMC
2
MC CommissStat
S
P
--
2
CAN nodes
S
PC
If CAN bus
1
Parameters
S
PC
--
2
Group
P
PC
--
3
Floor Markings
P
PC
--
3
Call Space
P
PC
If M10
3
Walk Time Mult
P
PC
If M10
3
Riser Car Dist
P
PC
If M10
3
Walking Speed
P
PC
If M10
3
Allocation Dir
P
PC
If M10
S
PC
--
2
Elevator
3
Over The Hill
P
PC
If M10
3
Min Board Time
P
PC
If M10
3
Min Exit Time
P
PC
If M10
3
Parking Mode
P
PC
--
S
PC
--
2
Door
3
HoldOpen Exit
S
PC
--
3
HoldOpen Board
S
PC
--
3
Final Timer
P
PC
--
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3
Min Door Open
2
2. Door
S
PC
--
S
PC
If second access side
HoldOpen Exit
S
PC
If second access side
3
HoldOpen Board
S
PC
If second access side
3
Final Timer
P
PC
If second access side
3
Min Door Open
S
PC
If second access side
P
PC
--
Car
3
Elevator PI markings
P
PC
--
3
Delay Cab Light
P
PC
--
3
Minimal Load
P
PC
--
3
Main Floor
P
PC
--
3
Gong Floor Pass
P
PC
--
P
PC
--
2
Services
3
JAB Floor
P
PC
--
3
JBF Alt Floor
P
PC
--
3
JBF Floor
P
PC
--
3
JNO Release
P
PC
--
3
KW Sel Elevator
P
PC
--
3
Access Codes
P
PC
--
3
NF Sel Elevator
P
PC
--
3
RNO Rec Floor
P
PC
--
P
PC
--
2
Drive General
3
V-Insp
P
PC
--
3
V-Recall
P
PC
--
3
V-Relevel
P
PC
--
3
V4
P
PC
--
3
A2
P
PC
--
3
A6
P
PC
--
3
A-Relevel
P
PC
--
3
J1
P
PC
--
3
J3
P
PC
--
3
J5
P
PC
--
3
J7
P
PC
--
3
J-Relevel
P
PC
--
3
KSERE-Dist
P
PC
--
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Menu
Level
Menu Item
3
NA
Relevel Dist
P
PC
--
3
Max Door Zone
P
PC
--
3
Unbalance Bot
P
PC
--
3
Unbalance Top
P
PC
--
3
Break Start De
P
PC
--
3
Max Trip Time
P
PC
--
3
Win Auto Tacho
P
PC
--
3
Res Auto Tacho
P
PC
--
3
Pre Indice
P
PC
--
3
Hyd Switch Tim
P
PC
--
3
Hyd Pause Tim
P
PC
--
3
Early Brake
P
PC
--
3
KB Feedback
P
PC
--
3
FS_Nom
P
PC
--
3
US_Nom
P
PC
--
3
IS_Nom
P
PC
--
3
Pole Pairs
P
PC
--
3
P Gain Speed
P
PC
--
3
Ti Speed
P
PC
--
3
P-Ampli Accel
P
PC
--
3
P-Ampli Decel
P
PC
--
3
Dist-Stop Prec
P
PC
--
3
I Ampli Decel
P
PC
--
3
Min Distance
P
PC
--
3
On Level Dist
P
PC
--
3
TR (Zero Pos)
P
PC
--
3
LoadBalancing
P
PC
--
3
Mass Counterwgt.
P
PC
--
3
A-NTSD
P
PC
--
P
PC
--
2
Drive Settings
3
Tacho Factor
P
PC
--
3
Nominal Load
P
PC
--
3
Reeving Factor
P
PC
--
3
TachFactrMotor
P
PC
--
3
Gear Ratio
P
PC
--
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3
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TractnDiameter
P
PC
--
3
Inertia
P
PC
--
3
Code Type
P
PC
--
3
ETSL Type
P
PC
--
3
Encoder Type
P
PC
--
3
Gear Type
P
PC
--
3
InvInputVoltage
P
PC
--
3
Nominal Speed
P
PC
--
3
Inverter Setting
P
PC
--
3
Id Motor
P
PC
--
3
ShaftInfoType
P
PC
--
3
Brake Type
P
PC
--
3
Load Type
P
PC
--
3
Phase Dir.
P
PC
--
3
Mass of Car
P
PC
If DMC
3
SuspRope Setting
P
PC
If DMC
3
CompRope Setting
P
PC
If DMC
3
Numb. SuspRopes
P
PC
If DMC
3
Numb. CompRopes
P
PC
If DMC
3
DMC Control Type
P
PC
If DMC
P
PC
--
2
Servitel
3
Install No
P
PC
--
3
Dir Call JAB
P
PC
--
3
Dir Call BR
P
PC
--
3
Dir Call JRV
P
PC
--
3
Dir Call SRE
P
PC
--
3
Dir Call NT
P
PC
--
3
Dir Call NS
P
PC
--
3
Dir Call EOS
P
PC
--
3
Test Trip
P
PC
--
3
Test Call
P
PC
--
3
Periodic Call
P
PC
--
3
Reg Center
P
PC
--
3
Al Center
P
PC
--
3
Pic Center
P
PC
--
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Aux Center
P
PC
--
3
Mini Center
P
PC
--
3
Reserve
P
PC
--
3
Own Dial Nbr
P
PC
--
3
Dial Prefix
P
PC
--
3
Dial Substr1
P
PC
--
3
Dial Substr2
P
PC
--
3
Ans Time Win
P
PC
--
3
Modem Baud
P
PC
--
3
Modem Init
P
PC
--
P
PC
--
2
System
3
Date
P
PC
--
3
Time
P
PC
--
3
LCD Password
P
PC
--
1
ErrorLog
S
P
--
2
Show
S
P
--
2
Show All
P
P
--
2
Clear Errors
P
P
--
1
Statistics
S
PC
--
2
Car Trips
S
PC
--
2
Door Trips
S
PC
--
2
2. Door Trips
S
PC
If second access side
2
Run Hours
S
PC
--
2
Clear
P
PC
--
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5.1.3 GCIOB 360 PCB
Summary
The GCIOB 360 PCB is the central controller PCB for the elevator control. In addition to the
microprocessor it contains the LON bus master, the elevator configuration and the base
software.
GCIOB 360 PCB
GCIOB 360 PCB
Pos.
Designation
Description
1
X 2-1-2
GCIOB I/Os
2
X 2-1-1
GCIOB microprocessor signals
3
MC68360
Microprocessor
4
Conf Flash
PCT, SCT
5
Boot Flash
Boot Software
6
Appl Flash module
Base Software
7
Reset button
Reset, double reset for booting
8
LEDs
Status LEDs GCIOB
9
RS232
CADI GC/Software download
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Led
Status
ERROR
(red)
not lit
WDOG
(green)
CPU
(green)
STATUS
(green)
Description
Fault Rectification
Normal Status
None
No valid configuration (PCT)
Perform chip card or PCT
download
No valid SCT
Perform chip card or SCT
download
Wrong Elevator-ID number
Check Elevator-ID on user
interface MX-UI with SMLCD
blinking
No or no valid base software
Base software download
blinking
Normal status
None
not lit/lit
CPU is not working properly
Perform base software
download
Hardware fault
Replace GCIOB 360 PCB
Normal status
None
CPU is not working properly
Perform base software
download
Hardware fault
Replace GCIOB 360 PCB
Normal status
None
lit
flickering
not lit
not lit*
* Perhaps LED may lit
extremely dim (also normal
status)
LED Signalization on the GCIOB 360 PCB
5.1.4 EBBIO PCB
Summary
The EBIO PCB is used with BIO2 hoistway bus. The board is plugged into the ASIXA PCB.
EBBIO PCB
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Pos.
Designation
Description
1
LED1: HOSTCOM
Lit if there is communication between EBBIO and GCIOB
2
LED2: BBUSCOM
Lit if there is communication between EBBIO and the single
BIO nodes
3
X1
BIOS
4
X2
2BIOS
5
X3
NGO
6
X4
2NGO
7
X5
CPU Bus connector
EBBIO PCB
5.1.5 * BCM3 PCB
Summary
The brake control module BCM3 is responsible for the release and holding of the
electromagnetic brake. In addition, feedback from the two brake contacts KB and KB1 is
sent through to the elevator control. The BCM3 PCB is found on the brake control module.
BCM3 PCB
BCM3 PCB Overview
LED
Status
KB
(green)
lit
KB1
(green)
not lit
KB
(green)
not lit
KB1
(green)
lit
Description
Fault Rectification
Normal status
The elevator is in standstill
The brake is released
If the contactors do not switch
as expected refer to chapter
"Fault Rectification according to
Symptoms"
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5.1.6 * BCM420 PCB
Summary
The brake control module BCM420 is responsible for the release and holding of the
electromagnetic brake. In addition, feedback from the two brake contacts KB and KB1 is
sent through to the elevator control. The BCM420 PCB is a dedicated PCB for the PMS420
drive and is found on the brake control module.
BCM420 PCB
BCM420 PCB
LED
Status
Signal Description
N_KB
(green)
lit
Normal status with the elevator
at a standstill.
KB1
(green)
not lit
Check the contacts KB, KB1,
KB2 and KB3 as well as the
wiring if this signal status is
maintained during a trip.
N_KB
(green)
not lit
Normal status with the elevator
traveling
KB1
(green)
lit
Check the contacts KB, KB1,
KB2 and KB3 as well as the
wiring if this signal status is
maintained at a standstill.
BRK_OP
(green)
lit
Brakes released
Check the wiring if the signalled
status does not correspond to
the RB relay on ASIXA. Replace
the PCB if the wiring is found to
be correct.
SB, SB1
(green)
not lit
lit
not lit
ZSB
(green)
lit
not lit
Brakes set
Brake contactor not activated
Brake contactor activated
Timed brake contactor1) not
activated
Timed brake contactor1)
activated
Fault Rectification
Replace the PCB if the signalled
status does not correspond to
the BRK_OP relay.
Replace the PCB if the signalled
status does not correspond to
the SB/SB1 signal (see
footnote).
1)
The timed brake contactor, which effetcs the voltage change, is activated 0.5 seconds
after the activation of SB and SB1. It is deactivated simultaneously with SB and SB1.
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5.1.7 Ethernet Hub
Summary
The group telegrams (VCOM) between elevator controls are sent via Ethernet. With a
duplex installation a direct connection between ASIXA PCBs can be made with a special
cable. With triplex or more an Ethernet Hub is used to distribute the VCOM diagrams. An
Ethernet Hub is also used to connect a Lobby 2000 via Gateway PCB.
LED Signalization
on the Ethernet
Hub
LED
Status
P1
lit
(green)
not lit
P2
lit
(green)
not lit
DA / STAT
1..4
(green /
yellow)
lit
Signal Description
Fault Rectification
Normal status
None
Voltage supply 1 is not OK
Check the 24 VDC power supply
by using the Installation Wiring
Diagram
Normal status
None
Voltage supply 2 is not OK
Check the 24 VDC power supply
by using the Installation Wiring
Diagram
LED lit yellow: Ethernet Hub
receives elevator control data
None
LED lit green: Ethernet Hub
receives Idle data (Ethernet
control data)
blinking
green
not lit
Port is segmented (no data
transfer possible)
Check Ethernet connections
and wiring
Ethernet Hub receives no Idle
data (Ethernet control data)
The connected elevator control
is switched OFF
The connection to the elevator
control is cut off or there is a
short circuit on wiring
LED Signalization on the Ethernet Hub
5.1.8 Gateway PCB
Summary
The Gateway PCB "GW" is used as an interface to the Lobby Vision building monitoring
system. It is connected to the Ethernet network.
Refer to the corresponding manuals.
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5.2
Summary
Car
This chapter deals with hardware components in the control car, which are relevant for
diagnostics.
Note
For diagnostics instructions for
•
•
•
the MX Fixtures components refer to the manual K 604331.
the LON Interface PCBs refer to the manual K 604437.
the BIO Interface PCBs refer to the manual K 604447.
5.2.1 LONIC PCB
Summary
The LONIC PCB (LON Interface Car) is located in the OKR on the top of the car frame. It is
the interface between the traveling cable and the car components.
LONIC PCB
LONIC PCB
LED
Status
SERV
(red)
not lit
lit
blinking
APPL
(green)
Description
Normal status
None
Firmware is missing
Replace PCB
LON node is not configured,
download is active
After a defined time
(download), the LED "SERV"
switches OFF
blinking, Normal status
switching
OFF every
2s
not lit
Fault Rectification
Power supply missing
None
Check power supply
Application software is missing Press the service pin. If not OK,
perform a double reset on
GCIOB 360 PCB
not lit,
switching
ON every
2s
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PCB defective
Replace PCB
LON Communication is not
working properly
Check the LON bus for correct
wiring. Also check for short
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LED
Status
24 V
(green)
lit
not lit
RLC-A
(green)
RVEC-A
(green)
Normal status
Normal Status
(car light reduction is active)
not lit
The car light reduction is not
active
None
None
Normal status
(The car fan is inactive)
not lit
The car fan is active
not lit
Normal status
lit
Fault Rectification
24 VDC power supply is missing Check power supply by using
the Installation Wiring Diagram.
lit
lit
RUET (1)
(green)
Description
Relays RUET/RUET1 are
active
LED Signalization on the LONIC PCB
5.2.2 LONIBV PCB
Summary
The LONIBV PCB (LON Interface Board Varidor) is located in the Varidor 30 door drive. It is
the interface between the door drive and the LON bus.
LONIBV PCB
LONIBV PCB
LED
Status
SERV
(red)
not lit
APPL
(yellow)
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Fault Rectification
Normal status
None
Firmware is missing
Replace PCB
blinking
LON node is not configured,
download is active
After a defined time (download),
the LED "SERV" switches OFF
blinking
Normal status
None
Power supply missing
Check power supply
Application software is missing
Press the service pin. If not OK,
perform a double reset on
GCIOB 360 PCB
PCB defective
Replace PCB
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LED
Status
P0
(green)
lit
not lit
Description
Normal status
Fault Rectification
None
24 VDC power supply is missing Check power supply by using
the Installation Wiring Diagram
LED Signalization on the LONIBV PCB
Switch
Position
ACCESS
SIDE
SZ1/SZ2
Description
Setting of door drive access
side 1/2
Fault Rectification
None
Sliding Switch
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5.3
Summary
Hoistway
This chapter deals with hardware components in the hoistway, which are relevant for
diagnostics.
Note
For diagnostics instructions for
•
•
•
the MX Fixtures components refer to the manual K 604331.
the LON Interface PCBs refer to the manual K 604437.
the BIO Interface PCBs refer to the manual K 604447.
5.3.1 LONCUB PCB
Summary
The LONCUB PCB (LON Controller Unit Big) is the interface for the LON bus and the
parallel I/Os of the building interface (NWRIO4 PCB).
Overview
LONCUB PCB
LONCUB PCB
LED
Status
SERV
(red)
not lit
lit
blinking
APPL
(green)
Description
Normal status
None
Firmware is missing
Replace PCB
LON node is not configured,
download is active
After a defined time (download),
the LED "SERV" switches OFF
blinking, Normal status
switching
OFF every
2s
not lit
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None
Power supply missing
Check power supply
Application software is missing
Press the service pin. If not OK,
perform a double reset on
GCIOB 360 PCB
Print defective
Replace PCB
LON communication is not
not lit,
switching working properly
ON every
2s
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Check the LON bus for correct
wiring. Also check for short
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LED
Status
24 V
(green)
lit
Description
Normal status
not lit
Fault Rectification
None
24 VDC power supply is missing Check power supply by using
the Installation Wiring Diagram
LED Signalization on the LONCUB PCB
Switch
Position
Description
Fault Rectification
ACCESS
SIDE
SZ1/Z2
Set according to the
Installation Wiring Diagram
None
HIGH/LOW
2 rotary
switch
O-F
Set according to the
Installation Wiring Diagram
If no setting required set
rotary switch to position "01"
Sliding Switch/Rotary Switch on the LONCUB PCB
5.3.2 NWRIO4 PCB
Summary
The NWRIO4 PCB serves as interface to external I/Os. Using the rotary switch integrated
on the PCB sets the desired I/Os. For correct wiring and setting always refer to the
Installation Wiring Diagram.
NWRIO4 PCB
NWRIO4 PCB Overview
Switch
Position
Description
HIGH/LOW
2 rotary
switches
O-F
Setting of the function of an
external signal according to
the BMK list or the installation
schematic
Fault Rectification
The setting is always a
hexadecimal number.
Example:
building monitoring
(RBF, RE-A, RIB, RSM):
E2 (E = High, 2 = Low)
Rotary Switches on the NWRIO4 PCB
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Summary
Symptoms
Fault Rectification According to Symptoms
In the following table, possible causes and recommendations for fault rectification will be
given for fault symptoms from the field.
Components
Symptom
Fault Rectification / Remark
Elevator
Control Load
Measuring
The car stands at
the floor with doors
open. The overload
indicator on the car
operating panel is
ON, an alarm tone
sounds
Load measurement is not connected, was not put into
operation or is defective.
Elevator
Control Travel
Control
After an Installation Travel control is blocked. Perform a reset. The
Travel, the elevator elevator control does not need a further measuring
control is blocked
travel. After performing a reset the previous
parameters will be reactivated
Elevator
Control Brake
Control
Module
No travel initiation
possible.
Elevator
Control Load
Measuring
The car stands with
PI mode (Pick Up
control) three
minutes (default
value) with opened
doors on the floor
(load measuring
inaccuracy)
Minimal load control is active (load measuring
inaccuracy)
Elevator
Control Measuring
Travel
The measuring
travel can not be
terminated
correctly
Hoistway information/final limit switch has not been
fixed correctly. Before executing the measuring travel,
move the car using the recall control station
(installation travel). Check that the LED "LUET"
displays when traveling through the KUET-/KUET1
area. Check that the final limit switches KNE-U/D get
activated 6..8 cm below/above the top/bottom floor
level
Install the load measurement and put into operation
using SMLCD or CADI GC. If the elevator must be
operated without load measurement, switch it OFF
using SMLCD or CADI GC
Brake contactors SB/SB1 are dirty/dusty. JH OFF.
Operate SB and SB1 several time mechanically
The safety circuit is (e.g. with a screwdriver)
closed
KB/KB1 contacts are not correct wired / adjusted.
Check wiring acc. to the Installation Wiring Diagram.
On the brake control module check LEDs "KB" (ON)
and KB1 (OFF) when the car is at standstill
1) Execute a new commissioning of the load
measuring system (the closer you get to 100 % the
more accurate the load measuring will be)
2) If the load measurement is still inaccurate. Using
CADI GC, increase the parameter "Minimal Load"
Measuring travel has not been started from the
uppermost floor level. Always start the measuring
travel in the uppermost floor (within the KUET-Level)
Elevator
Control Installation
Travel
During installation The timer (ZSB) on the brake module is not working
travel every 30 cm properly.
an emergency stop 1) Check if contactor is dirty/dusty clean up
occurs
2) Replace brake control modul
Parameter "Overcurrent Factor" wrong. Correct
according to "CADI Help"
Symptoms
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A.1 System- and Communication Overview
System Overview
with PMS/PMA
Motors
Ethernet (Group, Lobby V.)
* only with
LONS
** 2LONS
with 2 Access Sides
Options
Module
Base Module
Power Supply
Logic Signals X15
Communication RS422
VF22/33/44 BR
THMH/
MVE
PMS/ PMA
Power
Power Module
Brake Module
Power
Input
TDIV
Brake Control Signals
LONLMS 3*
Standard
Traveling Cable
Hoistway Top
LOP/ LIP (LIM*)
KTS
LOP/ LIP (LIM*)
LONIC
BIB*
Car Light
KTS
COP
(CIM)
Hoistway Pit
Door Drive
(DIB)
LMS
AGSI
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Hoistway
L O N L M S -3
A S IX A
Next elevator
LONS
L IP s
GCIOB360
E th e rn e t
(V C O M )
B IO 2
LOPs
LONC
LIMs
BIB
LONT
Varidor
30 CME/
DIB
LONIC
LIOPs*
LONTC
Car
C O P s/
CIM
* L IP /L O P
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Miconic MX-GC with SMLCD
Diagnostics
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