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Electronic Setup and Adjustment

Electronic Setup and Adjustment


IMS 2.2 or greater is required for adjustment.
Refer to Using The Door Smart FAST in the Diagnostics
section for the following procedures.

The configuration done by the


Factory uses adjustment and
parameter values that are different from the default
values shown in the Diagnostics section.

Preparation
1. Turn OFF, lock and tag out the mainline disconnect.
2. Route Door Operator Harness to the Swing Return and
connect harness connectors to the appropriate connectors on the Car Wiring Interface card.
3. If required, connect Safety Edge Cables to Safety Edge
Box.
NOTE:On jobs with both Front and Rear Doors, adjust Front
and Rear Door Operators separately.
4. Unplug the door motor connector (CON10) from the Door
Card.
5. Turn ON the mainline disconnect.
6. Place the car on Inspection Operation.
7. Verify that the VBUS and WD LEDs on the Door Card are
ON.

4. Loosen DCL and DOL Cams and rotate them until their
magnets face the Door Card.
5. Loosen the Door Card Mounting Bracket Screws.
6. Slide Card and Bracket toward or away from DCL and
DOL Cams until there is 1/8 between Card and Cams.
The Card MUST be square with DCL and DOL Cams.
7. Tighten the Door Card Mounting Bracket Screws.
8. Slide the DCL and DOL Cams to align the center of their
Magnets with the center of their respective Magnetic Sensors at the edge of the Door Card.
9. Ensure Door Configuration Jumpers on Door Card are
installed per Table 1. See Figure 8 for locations.
10. Turn ON the Mainline Disconnect.

To prevent automatic movement of the door while adjusting limit switches, place elevator on INSPECTION
Operation.
11. Rotate the DCL Cam in the same direction the Cam shaft
rotated in Step 3 until the DCL LED just turns ON. Tighten
the Set Screw.
12. Move Door to the fully open position, noting which direction the Cam shaft rotates.
13. Rotate the DOL Cam in the same direction the Cam shaft
rotated in Step 12 until the DOL LED just turns ON. Tighten the Set Screw.

If LEDs are not ON, refer to the Troubleshooting section.


8. In the Door Smart FAST, check that the value of DCM is
0 for a 1/2 HP AC motor or 1 for a 1/6 HP DC motor.
If the DCM value is not correct, STOP and Obtain a disk
with the proper door operator profile. Refer to Uploading
The Door Operator Profile in the Technical Information
section and upload the profile from the disk.

14. Continue with Direction Check.

DOL

MAGNET

DCL

GATE
SWITCH

9. Continue with Limit Setting.

Limit Setting
NOTE:Refer to Figure 7 and Figure 8 while doing Steps 3
through 13.
1. Turn OFF, lock and tag out the mainline disconnect.
DOOR CARD

2. Reconnect CON10.
3. Manually move the Door to the Closed position, noting
which direction the Cam shaft rotates.

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Figure 7-Door Operator Cams


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Electronic Setup and Adjustment

JP2

JP3; JP4;
JP5

MAGNETIC
SENSOR
1/

DOL
CAM

MAGNETIC
SENSOR
RESET
BUTTON

FUSE F3

VBUS
LED

FUSE F2

JP6

DCL
CAM

WATCHDOG
LED

JP1

Magnet Centers MUST


line up with Centers of
Magnetic Sensors

FUSE F1
MDC
BUTTON

8I

MDO
BUTTON

Figure 8 - 6300PA3 and 6300PA4 Door Operator Card and Limit Cams

Jumper
JP1
JP2

Jumper Setting/Position
Jumper on 1 and 2 (default)
Jumper on 2 and 3
Jumper on 1 and 2
Jumper on 2 and 3 (default)
On

JP3
Off (default)
On
JP4
Off (default)
On (default)
JP5
Off
On
JP6
Off (default)

Description
Selects the DSP to run as a microcontroller. FACTORY USE ONLY.
Selects the DSP to run as a microprocessor. FACTORY USE ONLY.
Provides +5 VDC programming voltage for the DSP core FLASH. FACTORY USE ONLY.
Removes +5 VDC programming voltage to the DSP core FLASH. FACTORY USE ONLY.
Selects Zmodem mode for uploading new s/w. When changed must push reset button to take
affect. FIELD SELECTABLE.
Selects Normal mode for running. When changed must push reset button to take affect.
FIELD SELECTABLE.
Selects Rear door mode for receiving rear door commands. When changed must push reset
button to take affect. FIELD SELECTABLE.
Selects Front door mode for receiving front door commands. When changed must push reset
button to take affect. FIELD SELECTABLE.
Selects RS485 communication link mode. When changed must push reset button to take affect.
(Door Parameters D12 and D13=8) FIELD SELECTABLE.
Selects CAN communication link mode. When changed must push reset button to take affect.
FIELD SELECTABLE. (Door Parameters D12 and D13=7 or 9)
Selects 100K baud for CAN communication link. When changed, must push reset button to take
affect. (JP6 ON for ISIS 1) FIELD SELECTABLE. (Door Parameters D12 and D13=9)
Selects 50K baud for CAN communication link. Push reset button after change for it to take affect.
(JP6 OFF for TAC 5003 and TAC 5004) FIELD SELECTABLE. (Door Parameters D12 and D13=7)

Table 1-Door Operator Card Configuration Jumpers

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Direction Check

2. In the Door Smart FAST, select the LTR (Learn Travel)


command from the Command pulldown menu.

To prevent automatic movement of the door while adjusting limit switches, place elevator on INSPECTION
Operation.

3. Press and hold the MDO OR MDC button until the door(s)
travels the full width of the opening and the DOL or DCL
LED turns ON.
4. Save Door Scan to Flash by selecting the Save button.

1. Check DOL and DCL limits:


a. Press and hold the MDO button on the door card to
open the door(s). Verify that the door opens fully and
the DOL LED turns ON.
 If doors move in the open direction, continue
with step 1b.
 If doors do NOT move in the open direction,
change the value of LHO, save the value and
press the reset button on the door card. Repeat step 1a.

Do not change motor leads or


encoder wires
b. Press and hold the MDC button on the door card to
close the door(s). Verify that the door(s) closes fully
and the DCL LED turns ON.
2. Continue with Auto Null.

Auto Null
1. With the car on Inspection Operation, bring the door(s)
to rest. Position is not important.
2. In the Door Smart FAST, view and record the values of the
ADC0 and ADC1 parameters.
3. In the Door Smart FAST, select the ANL (Autonull) command from the Command pulldown menu.
NOTE:The Autonull operation takes 1 to 2 seconds, but there
will be no confirmation message. View the ADC parameter
values to determine whether they have been changed.
4. Save the autonull parameters to FLASH by selecting the
Save button.
5. Continue with Door Scan.

Door Scan

5. Continue with Profile Adjustments.

Profile Adjustments
NOTE:Doors should perform well with default settings. However, if changes to the performance are required, refer to the
Diagnostics section for more information on the adjustments.
1. Make sure the car is on Inspection Operation.
2. In the Door Smart FAST, select the Cycle Mode command
from the Command pulldown menu.
3. Adjust the delay time at each limit by changing the value
of Door Control Adjustment CDT. Some delay at the door
close limit is necessary to allow other adjustments to be
changed.
NOTE:Some adjustments cannot be changed with the
door(s) in motion. If you are not using the cycle mode with a
delay, make adjustment changes only when the door(s) are
at rest.
4. Place the car at the appropriate landing that will use the
profile that is to be adjusted.

To avoid mechanical damage


to the doors when increasing
Open and Close High Speed, do NOT make drastic
changes.
5. Right click anywhere in the door smart FAST grid and select the appropriate profile from the pop-up menu. The
adjustment values for the selected profile will be displayed.
6. Make the necessary adjustments. After each adjustment
change, press the Enter Key. See Figure 9 and Figure 10
for Door Open and Close Profiles.
7. Save any adjustment changes to Flash by selecting the
Save button.

1. With the car on Inspection Operation, make sure the


door(s) is fully closed or open.

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Electronic Setup and Adjustment

Close Torque Limit 3


(ctl3)

Close Torque Limit 2


(ctl2)

Close Torque Limit 1


(ctl1)

CloseHighSpeed
(chs#)
Close_Jerk_Rate
(cjdr#)

SPEED

CloseDEcelRate
(cder#)

CloseACcelRate
(cacr#)

CloseLinearTargetGain
(cltg#)
CloseManualSpeed
(cms#)

CloseNudgingSpeed
(cndgs#)

Six Inch From


Close Point
DOL
LIMIT

Profile# Adjustment
cacr# - CloseACcelRate
cbs# - CloseBacklashSpeed
cbt#
- CloseBacklashTime
chs# - Close High Speed
cder# - CloseDEcelRate
cms# - CloseManualSpeed
cltg# - CloseLinearTargetGain
cdto# - CloseDigitalTarget Offset
cndgs# - Close Nudging Speed

Door Closing
Door Adjustment
ctl1 - Close Torque Limit 1
ctl2 - Close Torque Limit 2
ctl3 - Close Torque Limit 3

CloseDigitalTargetOffset
(cdto#)

DCL
LIMIT

six_inch_point_adj
(six)

NOTE:# = Profile Number.

Figure 9 - Door Closing Profile

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Open Torque Limit 1


(otl1)

Open Torque Limit 2


(otl2)

Open Torque Limit 3


(otl3)

OpenHighSpeed
(ohs#)

SPEED
OpenBacklashDistance
(obd#)
OpenDEcelRate
(oder#)

OpenManualSpeed
(oms#)

OpenACcelRate
(oacr#)
OpenLinearTargetGain
(oltg#)

DCL
LIMIT

OpenBacklashSpeed
(obs#)

Profile# Adjustment
oacr# - OpenACcelRate
obs# - OpenBacklashSpeed
obd# - OpenBacklashDistance
ohs# - Open High Speed
oder# - OpenDEcelRate
oms# - OpenManualSpeed
oltg# - OpenLinearTargetGain
odto# - OpenDigitalTarget Offset

Door Opening
OpenDigitalTargetOffset
(odto#)

otl1
otl2
otl3

DOL
LIMIT

Door Adjustment
- Open Torque Limit 1
- Open Torque Limit 2
- Open Torque Limit 3

NOTE:# = Profile Number.

Figure 10 - Door Opening Profile

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Electronic Setup and Adjustment


6. Subtract the POS value (step 5) from the DOOR_trav value recorded in step 3.

Closing Force
1. In the Door Smart FAST, note the value of Door Adjustment STALL so that it can be set back later.
2. Set the value of STALL to 0.
3. Measure Closing Force with a force gauge. See
Figure 11. Closing Force should be less than 30 lbf in the
middle 1/3 of travel.
4. If Closing Force is too high, reduce the value of Door Adjustment CTL2 and remeasure.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until Closing Force is within limits.
6. Set the value of STALL back to its original value.
7. Save values to Flash by selecting the Save button.

7. On the Door Adjustment Screen, enter the value from


step 6 in SWM1.
8. With the Manual button(s) (MDC or MDO), move the
door(s) to one of the following positions:
Centering Opening Doors:
2 from fully closed
Single Speed Doors:
2 from the face of the strike column
9. From the Monitor pulldown menu, select the POS (Door
Position) parameter and record the value.
10. On the Door Adjustment Screen, enter the value from
step 9 in SWM2.
11. Determine the Minimum Allowable Closing Time from the
Door Operator nameplate.

Closing Kinetic Energy

12. Place the car on automatic.

1. Place the car at the landing where the test will be performed.
2. Place the car on Inspection Operation.

13. In the Door Smart FAST, select the Stopwatch Closing


Time command from the Command pulldown menu.
14. Press the Door Open button.

3. From the Monitor pulldown menu, select the DOOR_trav


(Door Travel) parameter and record the value.
4. With the Manual button(s) (MDC or MDO), move the
door(s) to one of the following positions:
Center Opening Doors 1 from fully open
Single Speed Doors 2 from fully open
5. From the Monitor pulldown menu, select the POS (Door
Position) parameter and record the value.

15. If the Closing Time is less than the Minimum Allowable


Closing Time specified, Reduce the value of Profile# Adjustment CHS# (Close High Speed).
16. Repeat steps 16 and 17 until the Closing Time is Greater
Than or Equal to the Minimum.
17. Save any adjustment from step 15 or 16 to Flash by selecting the Save button.

Figure 11-Safe Use of Door Gauge

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Electronic Setup and Adjustment

Setting the Gate Switch


1. Position the door(s) 11/2 (38mm) from FULLY CLOSED.

Gate
Switch
Cam

Shorting
Bar

Closed

Gate
Switch

2. Rotate the disk in the CLOSE direction until the shorting


bar just touches the two leaf contacts. See Figure 12.
3. Locate a tab on the locking ring that lines up with a notch
in the contact disk.
Leaf Contacts

4. Rotate the drive wheel until the door(s) is FULLY CLOSED


and ensure that the shorting bar has NOT run past the
leaf contacts.

Figure 12 Gate Switch


5. Open and close the door(s) to verify that the gate switch
shorting bar enters the leaf contacts at 11/2 (38mm)
from FULLY CLOSED.
NOTE:Verify that the shorting bar remains between the leaf
contacts in the fully closed position. Be sure that the gate
switch leaf contacts do not rub on the thin portion of the plastic disk during normal operation. See Figure 12.

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Final Security
Recheck all bolts, cap screws, cam hex screws, and belt
tensions for proper tightness.

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Diagnostics

Diagnostics
Using The Door Smart FAST
The Door Smart FAST is accessed by selecting the appropriate car; Door Diagnostics from the Service pulldown menu;
and finally, the Door Smart FAST from the Door Diagnostics
menu. See Figure 13.
In the Door Smart FAST, there are three buttons at the top of
screen. See Figure 14:
 The Save button saves values to non-volatile memory
(flash).
 The Undo button reverts the entered value to the saved
value.
 The Transfer button downloads adjustment values to a
file or uploads adjustment values from a file.

 Monitor(Not editable) A pull-down menu to select a parameter with the parameters value. Parameter values are
used for diagnostic purposes.
 CommandExecutes a listed command from a pull-down
menu and gives the resulting value.
 AdjustmentsDisplays and Edits values within a grid.
There are five types of adjustments and help available from
a pop-up menu by right clicking anywhere in the adjustment
grid. See Figure 14:
 Profile# (# = profile number 1 5)
 Control
 Diagnostics
 Door
 System

Below the buttons, the Door Smart FAST window displays the
following categories of the door software. See Figure 14:

Figure 13

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Diagnostics

Parameter Monitor
Selection Window

Parameter Value
Display

Most Recent
Command
Value

Last Command
Value

Command
Selection
Window

Adjustment Type

Adjustment Display
and Editing Window
Adjustment Type
Selection Menu
(Right click anywhere
within the grid to
access)

Figure 14

Adjustments, Parameters, and


Commands
Quick References to parameters, commands, and adjustments are given in Table 1 and Table 2. Following the Quick
References are descriptions, minimum and maximum values, and default values of each parameter, command, and
adjustment.
All adjustments must be made when the doors are idle. After
making any adjustment changes, be sure to save them to
FLASH before the card is reset or powered down.
When the adjustment is a speed value, increasing the value
causes the door to run at a faster speed. Decreasing the
value causes the door to run at a slower speed.
When the adjustment is an acceleration or deceleration rate
value, increasing the value causes the door to accelerate or
decelerate faster. Decreasing the value causes the door to
accelerate or decelerate slower.
When the adjustment is a distance or point value, increasing
the value causes the distance or point to be further from
either the door open limit (DOL) or door close limit (DCL)
depending on whether the door(s) is opening or closing.
Decreasing the value will cause the distance or point to be

closer to either the door open or door close limit depending


on whether the doors are opening or closing.
Door position is stored at 0 on DCL and at Travel (TRV) on
DOL.
Speeds are (+) in the opening direction and () in the closing
direction.
Commands
ANL
CER
CLF
CYC
IEF
LTR
RST
SHD
SWC
SWF
SWO

Door

Parameters
Control
Diag System

ADC0
MCS
TPL1
VER
ADC1
*PIN0
TPL2
CSC
*PIN1
TPO1
DTGC
*PIN4
TPO2
DTGO
*PIN5
TPS1
DPID
*POUT0
TPS2
OSC
*POUT1
POS
*POUT4
TRV
*POUT5
UCV
UPE
UMV
UTQ
UVE
* Available only when System Adjustment MAL=1.

CAN
CEC
ESR
GSR
MDER
RCR
TCR

Table 1 - Commands and Parameters Quick Reference

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Diagnostics
Profile_#
Control
Diagnostics
Door
OHS#
*IBM0
TPA1
OTL1
OMS#
*DBM0
TPA2
OTL2
OACR#
*IBM1
TPM1
OTL3
ODER#
*DBM1
TPD1
CTL1
ODTO#
*IBM4
TPM2
CTL2
OBS#
*DBM4
TPD2
CTL3
OBD
*IBM5
*DM0
CLT
OLTG#
*DBM5
*DZ0
SIX
CHS#
*IIM
*DM1
DIREV
CMS#
*OIM
*DZ1
STALL
CACR#
*CDT
*TPL1
ADP
CDER#
*TPL2
*PPR
CDTO#
*HEX
*IFB
CJDR#
*RPM
CLTG#
*LPTC
CNDGS#
*ADZ1
KPCMD#
*MDC
KICMD#
*MNC
KDCMD#
*IKP
KPFB#
*IKI
KDFB#
*IVL
LAG
*SWM1
RSC
*SWM2
# = profile number
* Available only when System Adjustment MAL=1.
Available only in Profile 1.

System
LHO
DCM
DCI
DOI
ELI
MAL
LDO
*FSP
*UPM
*DRM

Table 2 - Adjustments Quick Reference

Commands
ANL, Auto Null Commands the UDC to null the ADCs.
CER, CAN Error Reset Clears CAN errors.
CLF, Clear Faults Clears faults that are no longer active.
CYC, Cycle Mode Causes the UDC to go into a continuous
cycle mode. CYC toggles each time it is selected. The delay
at each limit is controlled by the Cycle Delay Time (Control
Adjustment CDT).

SWF, Stopwatch Flight - When activated, measures and


displays the elevator flight time between SWM1 and SWM2.
SWO, Stopwatch Opening - When activated, measures and
displays the door opening time between SWM1 and SWM2.

Door Parameters
These values are viewable only to aid in diagnostic purposes.
ADC0, Analog to Digital Converter 0 Displays the value of
analog to digital converter number 0, which is the lwfbk
signal (W phase current feedback).
ADC1, Analog to Digital Converter 1 Displays the value of
analog to digital converter number 1, which is the lufbk signal
(U phase current feedback).
CSC, Close Slip Compensation This value is automatically
set. It indicates the amount of belt slip during a close door
cycle. This value is in motor revolutions. DO NOT CHANGE.
DTGC, Distance To Go Close - Calculated value based on
travel and close slip compensation.
DTGO, Distance To Go Open - Calculated value based on
travel and open slip compensation.
DPID, Profile ID Displays current profile.
OSC, Open Slip Compensation This value is automatically
set. It indicates the amount of belt slip during an open door
cycle. This value is in motor revolutions. DO NOT CHANGE.
POS, Door Position This parameter displays the position of
the door in motor revolutions from the door close limit (DCL).
To use this feature, move the doors to the desired position
and read the number displayed. Used for setting OBD and
SIX.
Minimum:
Default:
Maximum:

0
0
TRV

TRV, Door Travel This is the travel value learned when a door
scan is performed. The value is in motor revolutions.

LTR, Learn Travel - This command puts the door operator


card in the learn door travel mode. Available only in
Profile1.

UCV, UPID Command Velocity Displays the dictated or


commanded velocity.

IEF, IGBT Error Reset Resets the IGBT power module.

UPE, UPID Position Error - Displays the difference between


calculated position and actual position.

RST, Reset Resets the UDC card.


SHD, IGBT Shutdown Shuts down the IGBT power module.

UMV, UPID Motor Velocity Displays the dictated or


commanded motor velocity.

NOTE:The SHD command prevents any motor operation including the manual MDO and MDC functions.

UTQ, UPID Torque Displays the dictated or commanded


torque.

SWC, Stopwatch Closing - When activated, measures and


displays the door closing time between SWM1 and SWM2.

UVE, UPID Velocity Error Displays the difference between


dictated or commanded velocity and actual velocity.

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Control Parameters

Motion Control
State Number
4
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

These values are viewable only to aid in diagnostic purposes.


MCS, Motion Control State Number - Indicates the current
motion control state shown in the table to the right.

Description
Direction Reversal
Stop Door
Hold Closed
Nudge Close
Manual Open
Manual Close
Open Door
Close Door

NOTE:System Adjustment MAL must equal 1 for the availability of the following:
PIN0, Input Parameter 0 Use to view the status of the parameters shown in the table.
Bit 7

Bit 6

Bit 5

Bit 4

Bit 3

Bit 2

Bit 1

Bit 0

Electronic DCL

Encoder Phase B

Encoder Phase A

PIN1, Input Parameter 1 Use to view the status of the parameters shown in the table.
Bit 7

Bit 6

Bit 5

Bit 4

Bit 3

Bit 2

Bit 1

Bit 0

Hall Limit DOL

Hall Limit DCL

PIN4, Input Parameter 4 Use to view the status of the


parameters shown in the table.
Bit 7

Bit 6

Bit 5

Bit 4

Bit 3

Bit 2

Bit 1

Bit 0

LCDBack Light

VBUS

SE

PIN5, Input Parameter 5 Use to view the status of the parameters shown in the table.
Bit 7

Bit 6

Bit 5

Bit 4

Bit 3

Bit 2

Bit 1

Bit 0

FTP

Electronic DOL

VF/PWMn

F/Rn

CAN/485n

MDC

MDO

POUT0, Output Parameter 0 Use to view the status of the parameters shown in the table.
Bit 7

Bit 6

Bit 5

Bit 4

Bit 3

Bit 2

Bit 1

Bit 0

POUT1, Output Parameter 1 Use to view the status of the parameters shown in the table.
Bit 7

Bit 6

Bit 5

Bit 4

Bit 3

Bit 2

Bit 1

Bit 0

POUT4, Output Parameter 4 Use to view the status of the parameters shown in the table.
Bit 7

Bit 6

Bit 5

Bit 4

Bit 3

Bit 2

Bit 1

Bit 0

LCDBack Light

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Technical Information
21. Remove jumper JP3 and press the reset button.

4. Click on UDC Icon, or from the IMS Menu Bar click on


Service, then Door Diagnostics. See Figure 16.

22. Turn OFF, lock, and tag out the mainline disconnect.
5. Click on Front or Rear Door Smart FAST as appropriate.
See Figure 16.

23. Remove the cable from CON6.


24. Reconnect CON10.

6. In the Transfer window, click on the chip in the graphic


or select Upload to cause the arrows to point from the
computer to the chip. See Figure 15.

Uploading The Door Operator Profile


IMS Version 2.2.0.1 and later contains the door operator
profile information for the different door operator types. To
download the correct door operator profile from IMS use the
following procedure:
1. Turn OFF, Lock, and tag out the mainline disconnect.
2. Remove CON10 from the door card to disconnect door
motor leads.

The motor leads must be


disconnected. If an incorrect
door operator profile is loaded with the motor
connected, damage to the card or motor may result.

Figure 15

3. Turn ON mainline disconnect, and start IMS 2.2.0.1 or


later.

Figure 16

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7. Click the Default button. The Open window will display.
See Figure 17.

12. Verify that DCM is set to 0 for 1/2 HP AC motor.


13. Turn OFF, Lock, and tag out the mainline disconnect.
14. Reconnect CON10.
15. Turn ON mainline disconnect.
16. Verify proper door operation.

Cycle Mode

Figure 17

8. Highlight the file that matches the job.


9. Click the Open button and the Door Profile Value screen
will open. The values will begin to fill in as they are being
loaded. (This may take several seconds.) See Figure 18.
10. Click OK. See Figure 15.

To help with the adjustment procedure, a cycle command is


available. This command, when activated will cause the
doors to continuously cycle. The Cycle Delay Time, CDT
adjustment can be used to control the delay time at each
limit. Note that some delay at the door close limit will be
necessary to allow other adjustments to be changed. Please
refer to the CDT adjustment description in the Control
Adjustments section.
To activate the cycle command, select CYC from the
Command pulldown menu
To deactivate the cycle command, select CYC again.

When all values are filled in, the door operator profile has
been successfullly loaded.
11. Click the Save button.

Improper DCM setting could


cause damage to the door
operator card and/or motor.

Restarting IGBT Power Module


The power module can be reset if an overcurrent circuit
condition has caused the power module to send a shutdown
signal to the DSP. The power module can only be reset after
the fault condition has been cleared.
Press the reset button on the door card or select the IEF
command from the Command pulldown menu.

Shutting Down the IGBT Power


Module
The power module can be shut down by selecting the SHD
command from the Command pulldown menu.
This command prevents any motor operation including the
manual MDO and MDC functions.

Figure 18

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Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting
 connections in the elevator controller are good.

Power Up Verification
1. Turn OFF, lock, and tag out the mainline disconnect.

LED Verification

2. Unplug the connectors from the door card.


3. Turn ON the mainline disconnect.

1. Turn OFF, lock, and tag out the mainline disconnect.

4. Measure AC voltage on the door operator terminal strip


across AC1S and AC2. The voltages should match the
voltages in Table 4. If the voltage measured is zero (0),
verify that the:
 Power switch in the door control box is ON.
 AC1S switch is ON in the swing return.
 connections in the swing return are good.

2. Reconnect the connectors on the door card inside the


door operator.
3. Make sure the doors are in the fully closed position.
4. Turn ON the mainline disconnect.
5. Verify that the VBUS and WD LEDs are ON. These LEDs
are on the door card inside the operator. See Figure 19.
 If the VBUS LED does NOT come ON, refer to VBUS
LED Will Not Light.
 If the WD LED does NOT come ON, refer to WD LED
Will Not Light.

 power is ON at the elevator controller.


 fuses in the elevator controller are good.
 connections in elevator controller are good.
5. Measure AC voltage across AC1S and ACG. If voltage is
in range of 0 and 80 VAC, measure AC2 to ACG. If AC2
to ACG is in range of 103 and 126 VAC, AC1S and AC2
have been reversed. Reverse AC1S and AC2.

6. Verify that the door(s) is still in the fully closed position


and that the DCL LED is ON. If the LED does not come ON,
refer to DCL or DOL LED Will Not Light.

6. With the system still powered up, measure DC voltages


on the door operator terminal strip across P24 and G24.
Voltages should match the voltages in Table 5. If the voltage measured is zero (0), verify that the:
 P24 switch in the swing return is ON.

7. Turn OFF the toggle switch in the door operator.


8. Manually move the doors to the fully open position.
9. Turn ON the toggle switch in the door operator.

 connections in the swing return are good.


 power is ON at the elevator controller.
 fuses in the elevator controller are good.
Voltage

Meter Setting

10. With the door(s) in the fully open position, verify that the
DOL LED is ON. If the LED does NOT come ON, refer to
DCL or DOL LED Will Not Light.

Positive Meter Probe

Negative Meter Probe

Voltage Measured

AC1S

Volts AC

AC1S terminal 6

AC2 terminal 4

103 126 VAC

AC1S

Volts AC

AC1S terminal 6

ACG terminal 2

103 126 VAC

AC2

Volts AC

AC2 terminal 4

ACG terminal 2

0 80 VAC

Table 4

Voltage
P24

Meter Setting
Volts DC

Positive Meter Probe


P24 terminal 17

Negative Meter Probe


G24 terminal 20

Voltage Measured
22 26 VDC

Table 5

Printed in USA December, 2005

ARTURO LOPEZ.MX

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