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1. Pre-Installation Instructions and Notes
1.2 Important Precautions and Notes
2. Controller Installation and Wiring
2.1 Controller Installation
2.1.1 Controller Location Selection and Environment
2.1.2 Controller Grounding
2.2 Car and Hoistway Wiring
2.2.1 Floor Switches
2.2.2 Car Top Selector
2.2.3 Leveling Switches
2.2.4 Terminal Landing Normal Slowdown Limit Switches
2.2.5 Terminal Landing Normal Limit Switches
2.2.6 Terminal Landing Final Limit Switches
2.2.7 Emergency Terminal Landing Limit Switch
2.2.8 Hoistway Access Zone Switches
2.2.9 Door Open and Close Limit Switches
2.3 Machine Room Wiring
2.3.1 Incoming Power
3.1 Before Applying Power
3.1.1 Power and Grounding
3.1.2 Input/Output Wiring
3.2.1 Motor Rotation
4. Final Adjustments
4.1 Inspection Operation
4.2 Floor Position and Slowdown
4.3 Position Indicators
4.4 Independent Service
4.5 Car and Hall Calls
4.8.1 Common Circuits
4.9.1 Stuck Button Timer
4.9.2 Running Timers
4.9.3 Door Fault Timers
4.9.4 Door Check Circuitry
4.10 Field Adjustable Features
4.11 Typical Traction Adjustments
5. Hardware Description
5.1 Microprocessor System
Figure 2 ‐ Models 311 and 313 (5‐Slot) Embedded CPU Baseplates
Figure 3 ‐ Model IC693CPU323 (10‐slot) Embedded CPU Baseplate
Figure 4 ‐ IC693CHS397 5‐Slot Modular CPU Baseplate
Figure 5 ‐ IC693CHS391 10‐Slot Modular CPU Baseplate
5.1.1.3 GE Series 90-30 Input and Output Modules
Figure 7 ‐ IC693MDL940 Standard Density Discrete Output Module
Figure 8 ‐ Removing 20‐pin terminal assembly from module
Figure 9 ‐ Installing 20‐pin terminal assembly on to module
5.1.2 Allen-Bradley SLC 500 Microprocessor System
Figure 11 ‐ SLC 5/03 Processors (1747‐L531 and 1747‐L532)
Figure 12 ‐ SLC 5/04 Processors (1747‐L541, 1747‐L542, or 1747‐L543)
Figure 13 ‐ SLC 5/05 Processors (1747‐L551, 1747‐L552, and 1747‐L553)
Figure 14 ‐ SLC 500 Processor Component Locations
Figure 15 ‐ SLC 500 Processor Battery Location
5.1.2.2 Allen-Bradley SLC 500 Power Supply
Figure 16 ‐ Allen‐Bradley SLC 500 Power Supplies
5.1.2.3 Allen-Bradley SLC 500 Input and Output Modules
5.1.3.1 Allen-Bradley MicroLogix 1500 CPU
5.1.3.2 Allen-Bradley MicroLogix 1500 Base Units
5.1.3.3 Allen-Bradley MicroLogix 1500 Input and Output Expansion Modules
5.1.3.4 Allen-Bradley MicroLogix 1500 Data Access Tool
5.1.4 Allen-Bradley CompactLogix Microprocessor System
5.1.4.1 Allen-Bradley CompactLogix Controllers
5.1.4.2 Allen-Bradley CompactLogix CompactFlash Card
5.1.4.3 Allen-Bradley CompactLogix Battery
5.1.4.4 Allen-Bradley CompactLogix Power Supply
5.1.4.5 Allen-Bradley CompactLogix Input and Output Modules
5.1.5 Allen-Bradley ControlLogix Microprocessor System
5.1.5.1 Allen-Bradley ControlLogix Controllers
Figure 33 ‐ Allen‐Bradley ControlLogix Controllers Specifications
5.1.5.2 Allen-Bradley ControlLogix CompactFlash Card
5.1.5.3 Allen-Bradley ControlLogix Chassis
Figure 35 ‐ Allen‐Bradley ControlLogix #1756‐A4 Chassis (with Power Supply)
5.1.5.4 Allen-Bradley ControlLogix Power Supply
Figure 40 ‐ Allen‐Bradley ControlLogix Power Supply Wiring
Figure 41 ‐ Allen‐Bradley ControlLogix Power Supply Specifications
5.1.5.5 Allen-Bradley ControlLogix Input and Output Modules
Figure 43 ‐ Control Transformers
5.3 Safety Interface Board
5.3.1 Digiset Timers
5.3.2 Bypass Switches
5.3.3 Inspection Switches
Figure 47 ‐ T1A Board Inspection Switches
5.3.4 Cutout Switches
5.3.5 UDTX Potentiometer
6. Controller Nomenclature
8. Controller Diagnostics
8.1.1 Putting the PLC in Run Mode (GE Series 90-30)
8.3 Change Settings
8.3.2 Change Settings with the GE Logicmaster Software
8.3.3 Change Settings with Jumpers
8.3.4 Standard Settings
8.3.5 Standard Features
8.4.1 Examining the Fault Table with a GE Series 90-30 Hand- Held Programmer
8.4.2 Fault Log Status Code
8.4.3 Fault Log Memory Addresses
8.4.4 Fault Log Codes
8.5.1 Sequence to Check the Status of a Coil
8.5.2 To Change the Value of a Register or Status of a Coil
8.5.3 To Reset the Adjustable Values to the Factory Default
8.5.4 To Change the DATE/TIME
9. Troubleshooting Suggestions
9.1 Locating Faults
9.2 I/O Board Removal (GE Series 90-30)
9.3 Factory Assistance
10. Controller Maintenance
10.1 CPU Module Exchange
10.2 EPROM Memory Exchange
10.3 Input/Output Board Exchange
11. Frequently Asked Questions
11.1 Questions on Field Devices
11.2 Questions on the Controller
12. TABLE OF FIGURES
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VCI PLCTractionUserManual(Rev 2 00)

VCI PLCTractionUserManual(Rev 2 00)

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