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Owners Documentation
Contents

OWNERS DOCUMENTATION IN COMPLIANCE WITH

THE LIFTS DIRECTIVE 95/16/EC,

THE LIFTS REGULATIONS S.I. 1997/831

And

BS EN 81-1 : 1998 + A3 : 2009



Elevator Type - KONE MonoSpace
Contents
0. Introduction

1. Basic Documentation
1.1 Declaration Of Conformity
1.2 Basic Characteristics.
1.3 Log Book
1.4 Copies Of Examinations, Inspection Reports, Observations Etc.

2. Technical Documentation
2.1 Plans Of The Lift In The Building
2.2 Electric Schematic Diagrams
2.3 Basic Characteristics Of Safety Components
2.4 Basic Characteristics Of Ropes

3. Maintenance Instructions
3.1 General Maintenance Instructions For The Elevator
3.2 Maintenance Instructions For Safety Components
3.3 Periodical Inspections

4. Instructions For Use


4.1 Instructions For Normal Use Of The Elevator
4.2 Instructions For Rescue Operation.

5. Additional Information
5.1 Communication System Manual
Additional information relevant to this elevator may also be included in this section.

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Introduction

0. INTRODUCTION
The purpose and scope of this elevator user guide is to provide you with some general tips on how to get the
best use from the elevator(s) in your building and what to do if the elevator should malfunction for some
reason.
Safety and reliability are KONE's primary concerns and have been strongly emphasized in the design,
manufacture, installation and maintenance processes of this elevator. The revolutionary elevator technology,
together with KONE's quality, guarantees you a modern, ecologically-friendly elevator which will maintain its
functionality in the years to come.
Planned preventive maintenance helps you take care of your elevator. You can ensure the future value of your
investment by implementing a carefully-planned preventive maintenance program, carried out by a
competent maintenance company. KONE has the experience and knowledge needed to plan and carry out a
program that will meet all the maintenance needs of your elevator
Note that only Section 1 Basic Documentation) is supplied on paper. Sections 2 (Technical Information), 3
(Maintenance), 4 (Operation) and 5 of the manual are provided on the enclosed CD-ROM in Adobe
Acrobat PDF Format, in compliance with The Lifts Regulations 1997.

Most computers will be able to open the PDF file. If the file does not open you can download Adobe Reader

from the Adobe website www.adobe.com.

The master copy must be maintained by the owner throughout the life of the elevator installation.
Printed copies of the manual should only include Section 1.2 Basic Characteristics. Copies should not
include Sections 1.1, 1.3 and 1.4 since there is no requirement under the Lifts Regulations 1997 to maintain
copies of the manual.
Notice This manual should be stored so that it is accessible to authorised persons if
needed.

Notice MAINTENANCE ACCESS PANEL KEY

The keys to the Maintenance Access Panel and landing doors must be kept in a
secure place inaccessible to unauthorized persons. The keys may be given only
to competent maintenance persons as defined in Section 3.1.1.3.

Copyright
This document has been developed from the industry guideline for "Owners Documentation" published by
the European Elevator Association.
All rights reserved. No part of the contents of this document may be copied, reproduced or transmitted in
any form or by any means, or translated into another language or format, in whole or part, without prior
written permission of KONE Corporation.
Copyright is held by KONE plc and KONE Corporation.

KONE EcoSpace, MonoSpace , MiniSpace, S-MiniSpace, EcoDisc , EcoDom , TranSys, KoneXion and
KRM and all other product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of KONE Corporation in various
countries.
The proprietor of the elevator to which this manual relates, his employees and agents, have a licence to use
the information contained herein for the sole purposes of operation and maintenance of the Elevator
installation defined within this manual. Such information imparted to any such employee or agent shall be
held as confidential by such employee or agent.

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Introduction

National Statutory Requirements


In addition to The Lifts Regulations 1997 you may need to follow national statutory requirements that are not
discussed in this document. Typical requirements include the following:
Fire regulations
Safe Working rules
Elevator maintenance regulations
Electromagnetic compatibility

Readers of this document must also take note of the following documentation:

EN 81-1: Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts - Part 1: Electric lifts
EN 12015: Electromagnetic compatibility - Product family standard for lifts, escalators and moving walks -
Emission
EN 12016: Electromagnetic compatibility - Product family standard for lifts, escalators and moving walks -
Immunity
EN 81-21: Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts - Lifts for the transport of persons and goods
- Part 21: New passenger and goods passenger lifts in existing building
EN 81-58: Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts - Examination and tests - Part 58: Landing
doors fire resistance test
EN 81-70: Safety rules for the construction and installations of lifts - Particular applications for passenger and
good passenger lifts - Part 70: Accessibility to lifts for persons including persons with disability
EN 81-71:Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts - Particular applications to passenger lifts and
goods passenger lifts - Part 71: Vandal resistant lifts
EN 81-72: Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts - Particular applications for passenger and
goods passenger lifts - Part 72: Firefighters lifts
EN 81-73: Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts - Particular applications for passenger and
goods passenger lifts - Part 73: Behaviour of lifts in the event of fire

Authorisation Notice
This publication is for informational purposes only. All persons participating in the maintenance of KONE
equipment, or participating in the rescue of trapped passengers, and using these instructions must be familiar
with KONE equipment and technology and must be qualified to perform such work.

Disclaimer Of Warranties And Liabilities


KONE reserves the right at any time to alter the product design, specifications and procedures reflected in this
document.
NO STATEMENT CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT IS TO BE CONSTRUED AS A WARRANTY OR CONDITION,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS TO ANY PRODUCT, SPECIFICATION OR PROCEDURE, ITS MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR QUALITY, OR AS A MODIFICATION OR REPRESENTATION OF
THE TERMS OF ANY PURCHASE AGREEMENT.
KONE DISCLAIMS ANY LIABILITY RESULTING FROM OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR DISCLOSURE OF
INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT. KONE HAS NO LIABILITY FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL OR OTHER ERRORS OR
OMISSIONS CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT OR ANYONE'S INTERPRETATION OF THE INSTRUCTIONS.
THE USER OF THIS DOCUMENT ASSUMES ALL RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH THE USE OR DISCLOSURE OF THIS
DOCUMENT.

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Illustration Notice
The illustrations in this manual (with the exception of project specific drawings) are generic and may differ in
some cases from the material used for the actual elevator.

Audience
This document is intended for the elevator owner, competent maintenance company and authorities
performing periodical inspections.

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Contacts

Sales And Servicing Offices - KONE plc

KONE plc Call Centre


Tel :- 0800 652 0692

KONE plc Head Office


Global House, Station Place, Fox Lane North, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 9HW
Tel :- 0845 1 999 999 Fax :- 0870 770 1144
uk.communications@kone.com

www.kone.co.uk

KONE (NI) Ltd


Unit B2, 19 Heron Road, Sydenham Business Park, Belfast, BT3 9LE
Tel :- 028 9073 5900 (0845 330 5850 Outside office hours) Fax :- 028 9073 5901
ni.sales@kone.com
www.kone.ie

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1. BASIC DOCUMENTATION

1.1 Declaration Of Conformity 2


1.2 Detailed Specification 3
1.3 Log Book 5
1.4 Copies Of Examinations, Inspection Reports, Observations Etc. 11

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Basic Documentation

1.2.2 Layout Characteristics

Description of the Elevator



The Monospace elevator is a machine room - less concept. The machine is installed in the headroom of the
well.
The control cabinet is installed in the lift shaft with a Maintenance Access Panel (MAP) situated near the
topmost landing door, on the machinery side.
The suspension is of the underslung type with a reeving factor 2: 1. The machine as well as the rope fixing
brackets are mounted on the guide rails.
The main characteristics of the lay-out are shown below.

Fixing point MX Fixing point


Car side Machine Counterweight side

Lift Car

Counterweight

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1.3 Log Book


The logbook shall be safely kept and maintained by the owner as long as the elevator is in existence.

BASIC INFORMATION OF ELEVATOR INSTALLATION

Installation No:

Contract No:

Hand over date:

Site address:

The Elevator was first put into service on:

Name of company performing maintenance:

Start date of the maintenance contract:

The log must be kept up-to-date in the case of:-

1. Important modifications to the Elevator (Annex E, EN81-1);


2. Replacement Ropes or important parts;
3. Accidents ;

You must carry out examinations and tests after important modifications or after an accident to ascertain that
your elevator continues to conform to standard. You must carry out these examinations and tests in
accordance with EN 81-1 Annex E.

The Owner of the installation must ensure that the risk assessment for maintenance is
updated :-

1. If the maintenance organisation is replaced;


2. If the use of the building and/or the installation changes;
3. After a major modification of the installation or of the building;
4. After an accident involving the installation.

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LOG BOOK Page 1

Event Date Name of Brief description of Event. (Modifications,


1, 2 or person and replacement parts, ropes etc, accidents). If further
3 Company information is filed please reference to the Log entry
carrying out and file at the rear of Section one.
the works

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LOG BOOK Page 2

Event Date Name of Brief description of Event. (Modifications,


1, 2 or person and replacement parts, ropes etc, accidents). If further
3 Company information is filed please reference to the Log entry
carrying out and file at the rear of Section one.
the works

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LOG BOOK Page 3

Event Date Name of Brief description of Event. (Modifications,


1, 2 or person and replacement parts, ropes etc, accidents). If further
3 Company information is filed please reference to the Log entry
carrying out and file at the rear of Section one.
the works

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LOG BOOK Page 4

Event Date Name of Brief description of Event. (Modifications,


1, 2 or person and replacement parts, ropes etc, accidents). If further
3 Company information is filed please reference to the Log entry
carrying out and file at the rear of Section one.
the works

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LOG BOOK Page

Event Date Name of Brief description of Event. (Modifications,


1, 2 or person and replacement parts, ropes etc, accidents). If further
3 Company information is filed please reference to the Log entry
carrying out and file at the rear of Section one.
the works

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1.4 Copies Of Examinations, Inspection Reports,


Observations Etc.

This section in accordance with

BS EN 81-1:1998 Safety rules for


the construction and installation
of lifts Part 1: Electric Lifts.
Clause 16.2.b,

is intended to keep duplicate


copies of examinations,
inspection reports, observations
etc.

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2. TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION

2.1 Plans of the Elevator in the Building ................................................................... 2


2.1.1 Description ........................................................................................................................ 2
2.2 Electric Schematic Diagrams .............................................................................. 15
2.3 Basic Characteristics of Safety Components ...................................................... 80
2.4 Basic Characteristics for Ropes .......................................................................... 81
2.4.1 Suspension Rope ............................................................................................................. 81
2.4.2 Overspeed Governor Rope ............................................................................................... 81
2.4.3 Compensation Cable ....................................................................................................... 81

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2.1 Plans of the Elevator in the Building


2.1.1 Description

KONEs MonoSpace elevator does not require a machine room; it is machine-room-less and is completely
installed inside the shaft. The main compulsory characteristics are :-
The machinery electric drive and controller are placed inside the headroom of the shaft;
A Maintenance access Panel (MAP), containing switches for remote control, is positioned on the
topmost (or, occasionally, topmost 1) landing.


KONE MonoSpace elevators are completely supported by their own guide rails. For this reason, the only
interface between the elevator and the building are: doors, pit equipment, guide rail brackets, machinery, and
rope fixings. All other accessories are fixed to the guide rails.

The guide rails are placed in the shaft following a "counterweight-on-the-side" scheme. The machinery and the
counterweight itself are located on the same side of the shaft. Which side they are placed depends on
whether the elevator is left-handed or right-handed (This is defined as viewed from the landing door with the
Maintenance Access Panel on the topmost floor).

Due to this "counterweight-on-the-side" scheme, the guide rail fixings are of three different types: one
combined bracket on the machinery side that fixes one car and one counterweight guide rail; one bracket that
fixes the opposite counterweight guide rail (again on the machinery side); and one bracket on the non-
traction side that fixes only the car guide rail.

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2.2 Electric Schematic Diagrams

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WIRING DIAGRAMS Printing date 26/05/2015

KONE
Equipment 42145377-79
number:

350045814-16
Customer: KOU

-
Sales order
number: *350045814*

Part number:
*KM750172G01*
Designed by Issue Date Change description
RAGESH.E.G - 20.05.2015

Number Issue Page Title


864841E00 - 1 Position number table
864841E00 - 2 Position number table
864841E00 - 3 Position number table
350045814E01 1 1 Power Supply
1374505E01 A 1 Machinery, Controller and MAP
864842E01 B 1 KGC - LON ADAPTERS - CONTROL PANEL
350045814E01 - 4 MACHINE ROOM NETWORK
350045814E01 - 5 MACHINE ROOM NETWORK
350045814E02 - 1 Calls and Signals
811850E02 D 2 Safety chain
811850E02 D 3 Safety chain and lighting
50301204E02 - 1 KDCDOP
1356800E02 - 1 DCS electrification
350045814E02 - 6 SHAFT NETWORK ARRANGEMENT
350045814E02 - 7 Calls and signals
350045814E03 - 1 Car roof, AMD_D2
1356801E03 - 1 Car COP
350045814E03 - 3 Travelling cable I
1374506E04 A 1 Drive module
350045814E04 - 2 Drive module
811852E05 D 1 Safety chain
350045814E06 - 1 Optional PC-board wiring
350045814E06 - 2 DCS Group connections
350045814E06 - 3 DCS Group connections
350045814E06 - 4 DCS Group connections
861393E07 - 1 Control module
1356801E08 - 1 Signals in car, COP
1356802E08 - 2 Signals in car, COP
864841E09 - 1 Car calls
350045814E10 - 1 Landing calls and signals
350045814E10 - 2 Landing calls and signals
50301204E10 - 1 Landing Calls and Signals
WIRING DIAGRAMS Printing date 26/05/2015

Number Issue Page Title


350045814E10 - 4 Landing Calls and Signals
350045814E10 - 5 Landing Calls and Signals
861397E10 - 1 Landing Calls and Signals (ONLY FOR ORDER:350045816)
856476E11 A 1 AMD DRIVE2 A-side
713310E14 C 1 ADO/ACL-circuit
350045814E15 - 1 LCEOPT/FRD/FID/EPD/OSS/WSC/DCL/OSI/DAL
811853E15 - 1 Additional devices EPS
350045814E15 - 3 EN81-28
350045814E15 - 4 EN81-28
350045814E15 - 5 EN81-28
885520E18 - 1 Lift announcer ACU, LON interface
1374526E23 B 1 Lighting and alarm
880331E23 C 1 Lighting and alarm (ONLY FOR ORDER:350045816)
812301E24 C 1 KRM/Car
812301E24 C 2 KRM/Controller
781712E25 - 1 Maintenance intercom ISM
812305E26 A 1 FRD / FID
861951E26 C 1 FRD EN(ONLY FOR ORDER:350045816)
350045814E28 - 1 Connection of ELINK cables
350045814E60 - 1 Floor table
861393E60 C 1 Shaft vane diagram
861393E60 C 2 Shaft vane diagram
861393E60 C 3 Shaft vane diagram
350045814E90 - 1 Layout for MAP
350045814E90 - 2 Layout for switches and options module
350045814E90 - 3 Layout for top module
350045814E90 - 4 Layout for SEP
1374514E91 - 1 Layout for top module
350045814E90 - 6 LAyout for options module
771664 C 1 MCD/DELTA Electrification

ELEVATOR PARAMETERS:

Number Description Value

ELEVATOR CONFIGURATION:

Option Description
ACL Accurate Levelling
ACU Elevator announcer
ADO Advance door opening
AMD_D2 AMD Drive 2 doors
AMD_D2 AMD Drive 2 doors
BFS Buffer switch
BFS Buffer switch
C_PROCESS C-Process elevator
CPU561 CPU 5.6.1
DAL_GP Disturbance alarm, general, potential free contact
DAL_GP Disturbance alarm, general, potential free contact
WIRING DIAGRAMS Printing date 26/05/2015

Option Description
ELF Extra long floor
ELINK E-Link
EMH_T Emergency stop in pit
EN81_73 No entry light for EN81-73
EPD Operation stand-by + recovery
EPS Emergency power sequencer
FID Fire detection
FID_B Fire detection, whole building
FID_B Fire detection, whole building
GB United Kingdom
ISM Maintenance intercom
ISM Maintenance intercom
KDM KDM Drive
KQT_E KQT Extension
KRM KRM system
KRM KRM system
KSS KSS COP
LCEOPT_POS1 Options provided by LCEOPT Pos.1 card (Hex 0 F)
LCEOPT_POS1 Options provided by LCEOPT Pos.1 card (Hex 0 F)
LCEOPT_POS1 Options provided by LCEOPT Pos.1 card (Hex 0 F)
LCERAL Remote alarm
LCERAL Remote alarm
LCERAL Remote alarm
MCD MCD car
MSW4S MSW4S distribution system
MSW4S MSW4S distribution system
MX10 MX10 Machinery
NOCAB NoCabinet elevator
OPTIONS Options
OPTIONS Options
ROPING_2_1 Roping 2:1
SEGMENTED_SHAFT Segmented shaft power supply
SHL Shaft lighting
SL_BRAKE Silent Brake
TOPMOST_1 MAP at topmost -1
TRIPLEX Triplex
TRIPLEX Triplex
COP2 Number of COP
MSWREV Main switch with reversed connection
SECOND_COP 2nd COP
SPEED_2M Rated speed 2,0 m/s
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 HOISTING MOTOR
1:T THERMISTORS
6:1 RESOLVER
A
6:3 ENCODER
7 TRANSFORMER
10 FAN
10:T THERMAL CONTACT
11 BRAKE SOLENOID
13 SLACK ROPE CONTACT
14 STOP SWITCH IN MACHINERY
18 FIRE INDICATION IN MACHINE ROOM
B 20 MAIN SWITCH UNIT
22 OVERSPEED GOVERNOR CONTACT
25 SEISMIC DEVICE
26 OVERSPEED GOVERNOR CONTACT FOR COUNTERWEIGHT
28 HAND WHEEL CONTACT
30 DOOR ZONE SWITCH
31 CAR CALL BUTTONS
32 I/O-BOARD COPMUL
32:EXT EXPANSION BOARD LCEFCB
COPYRIGHT (C) 2006 KONE CORPORATION

C 33 ATTENDANT SWITCH
33:B ATTENDANT BY-PASS
33:N ATTENDANT DOWN
33:U ATTENDANT UP
34 DOOR OPEN BUTTON
34:S DOOR CLOSE BUTTON
34:E DOOR EXTENSION TIME
35 PRIORITY DRIVE SWITCH
D 36 SWITCH FOR CAR LIGHTING
37 SWITCH FOR CAR FAN
38 LOCKING SWITCH
39 ALARM BUTTON
41 STOP SWITCH ON CAR ROOF
42:DS SWITCH FOR INSPECTION DRIVE
42:U INSPECTION BUTTON "UP"
42:N INSPECTION BUTTON "DOWN"
42:RB INSPECTION BUTTON "RUN"
E 42:SL SERVICE LIGHT
43 CAR FAN
44 CAR LIGHTING
44:1-2 EMERGENCY LIGHTING
A4

45 SOCKET ON CAR ROOF


51 FINAL LIMIT SWITCH IN CAR
52 SAFETY GEAR CONTACT
53 SLACK ROPE CONTACT
57 EMERGENCY EXIT CONTACT
F
60 CAR ENCODER
61 CAR POSITION SENSOR
B61 CAR POSITION SENSOR B-SIDE
63 LADDER CONTACT
64 LOAD WEIGHING DEVICE
65 ALARM BUZZER ON CAR ROOF
66 OUT OF SERVICE SWITCH
68:U SERVICE DRIVE LIMIT SWITCH
G 71 FIREMANS SWITCH
77:U DECELERATION SWITCH "UP"
77:N DECELERATION SWITCH "DOWN"

Designed by Checked by Language


T.Hietala PCM/Mauno Manninen en
Dept. Date Approved by Product code

Issue Change description Date Des. by Appr. by


HAT 30.05.2006 PCM/Ari Jokivalli LCE
H POSITION NUMBER TABLE

Sales ref. no. Drawing no. Issue Page

- 864841E00 - 1/3
1 2 3 4 5 6
82 SAFETY EDGE CONTACT
84 DOOR OPERATOR
85 DOOR MOTOR
A 87 CAR DOOR CONTACT
88 DOOR PHOTOCELL, TRANSMITTER
89 DOOR PHOTOCELL, RECEIVER
90 PHOTOCELL DEVICE
93:N ATTENDANT DOWN
93:U ATTENDANT UP
96 CAR DISPLAY
96:EXT NEXT STOP INDICATOR
96:EXT DESTINATION INDICATOR
B
97 ALARM RECEIVED LIGHT
98 LOUDSPEAKER FOR ELEVATOR SPEECH UNIT
99 OVERLOAD INDICATION
100 INTERCOM DEVICE
101 DESTINATION OPERATING PANEL
102 PB,DC CALL BUTTONS
103 DOWN CALL BUTTONS
104 UP CALL BUTTONS
105 FEB CALL BUTTONS
COPYRIGHT (C) 2006 KONE CORPORATION

C
106 FET CALL BUTTONS
108 CARD READER
112 STOP BUTTON
113 PRL-H/HEL CALL SWITCH
115 PRL-L CALL SWITCH
116 OUT OF SERVICE SWITCH
117 LOCKING SWITCH
118:B OTB BYPASS SWITCH
D 118:E OTB NORMAL/BYPASS SWITCH
119 FPO/SGO SWITCH
120 CONCEALED DOOR CONTACT
121 SHAFT DOOR CONTACT
122 SHAFT DOOR LOCK CONTACT
123 TENSION WEIGHT CONTACT
124 TENSION WEIGHT CONTACT
125:1-2 BUFFER CONTACT
126 SAFETY GEAR CONTACT FOR COUNTERWEIGHT
E
127 OVERSPEED GOVERNOR CONTACT
133 FIREMANS SWITCH
136:UnA/B EMERGENCY STOPPING SWITCH
A4

136:NnA/B EMERGENCY STOPPING SWITCH


137 BUTTON FOR SHAFT LIGHT
151:U FINAL LIMIT SWITCH UP
151:N FINAL LIMIT SWITCH DOWN
153 SLACK ROPE CONTACT
F
157 SHAFT LIGHTING
158 SOCKET IN SHAFT PIT
161 IN USE LIGHT
166 OUT OF SERVICE LIGHT
176 CAR POS. INDICATOR AT FLOORS
176:1-n DESTINATION INDICATOR
177:1-T ELEVATOR IDENTIFIER
190 DERAILMENT CONTACT
G 193 FIRE DETECTION AT LANDINGS
197 FLOOR BOARD LCEFCB
198 FLOOR BOARD LCEFOB

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H POSITION NUMBER TABLE

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- 864841E00 - 2/3
1 2 3 4 5 6
201 AUXILIARY MAIN CONTACTOR
209 BRAKE CONTACTOR
227 EMERGENCY BATTERY
A
228 REMOTE ALARM BOARD LCERAL
239 CONTROL CURRENT TRANSFORMER
251 POWER SUPPLY UNIT
267 STOP BUTTON
268 SHAFT LIGHTING
270 SWITCH FOR RECALL DRIVE
270:U RECALL DRIVE BUTTON "UP"
270:N RECALL DRIVE BUTTON "DOWN"
B 270:RB RECALL DRIVE BUTTON "RUN"
273 THERMAL CONTACT
279 DOOR ZONE INDICATION
306 BRAKING RESISTOR
367 I/O CONNECTION BOX
370:1 LCEHKM PC-BOARD
370:2 LCEAMAX PC-BOARD
372 SWITCH MODULE
375 CPU-BOARD LCECPU
COPYRIGHT (C) 2006 KONE CORPORATION

C 379 SAFETY CIRCUIT BOARD LCEADO


385:A1 DCBH MODULE, CPU BOARD
385:A7 DCBH MODULE, KDNTS BOARD
385:A8 DCBH MODULE, POWER BOARD
388:1-2 BRAKE CONTROL UNIT
390 POWER MODULE
391 RESISTOR MODULE
722 EXPANSION BOARD LCEOPT
723 POWER SUPPLY BOARD
D
728:1-n SPEED SUPERVISORY BOARD LCEETSL
731 GATEWAY BOARD LCEGTW
732 CAN-BOARD LCECAN
766 ELEVATOR SPEECH UNIT
806 CAR CONTROLLER BOARD LCECCBN2
806:REC1 POWER SUPPLY UNIT
806:REC2 POWER SUPPLY UNIT
K443 DOOR ZONE CONTACTOR
E K486 SPEED MEASUREMENT CONTACTOR
K487 SUPERVISORY CONTACTOR
K553 ACCURATE LEVELLING RELAY
KDH DRIVE PANEL
A4

-Z1 RFI FILTER


-K1 MAIN CONTACTOR
-K2 CONTACTOR
-A101 FUSE MONITOR
F -K101 CONTACTOR
-L1 LINE FILTER UNIT
-U1 CONVERTER UNIT
-U2 INVERTER UNIT
-Z2 CHOKE
-T10 TRANSFORMER
-G1 RECTIFIER
-P1 DISCHARGING BOARD
=01-A1 DRIVE CONTROL UNIT
G =01-A2 DDCS COMMUNICATION OPTION MODULE
=11-A1 DRIVE CONTROL UNIT
=11-A2 DDCS COMMUNICATION OPTION MODULE
-A9 MOTOR ENCODER INTERFACE
-A10 RESOLVER INTERFACE
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H POSITION NUMBER TABLE

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- 864841E00 - 3/3
1 2 3 4 5 6

WHEN MAINS <10mm 2 2 nd PE MAINS -MAP


MAINS + PE PE
TN-S 2
MAP DRIVE TN-C
PE mm 2 = MAINS mm
A (MSW 5) (MSW 4S)
MAP/
MAP/ CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY
220
CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY L1
220
T1 L1
L1 L2
T1 L1 MAINS T2 L2
L2 400V L3
T2 L2 +10%/-15% T3 L3
B L3 50-60Hz
MAINS T3 L3 PEN
400V
+10%/-15%
50-60Hz PE
262 L 262
2 1 LIGHTING 2 1
N 1*16A/230V N
4 3 +10%/-15% 4 3
50-60Hz
PE

C MACHINE ROOM
SHAFT
385:A1
X1/1 386 X2/1 XECO2/1
BMV_MU
X1/2 FILTER MODULE
BMV_MU F386:1 BMV_MU 386:2
X1/3 X2/2 XECO2/2
BMV_MU
Copyright C 2011 KONE Corporation

983633G**

983937G**
D

POWER SUPPLY TO
GROUP CONTROL
A4

230VAC L1 COMPUTER
50-60Hz SEE PAGE
+10%/-15% PE -E28 D2
1*16A N 1343770G*

POWER SUPPLY TO
GROUP CONTROL
230VAC L2 COMPUTER
50-60Hz SEE PAGE
+10%/-15% PE -E28 G2
1*16A N 1343770G*

G
DELIVERY LIMIT

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Title

ELECTRIFICATION
H
POWER SUPPLY
Sales ref. no. Drawing no. Issue Page

KONE Corporation 350045814E01 - 1


1 2 3 4 5 6
1374473G* 987090G*
L1 220:1 L1 395 KDA 385 DRIVE MODULE MACHINERY
1374477G* L2 L2 MODULE 923941G0*
L1 U 1
1374471G* L3 L3 K201/2 K201/1
1374476G*
K201/4
L2 V
K201/3
L1 L1 L3 W
A K201/6 K201/5
MAP L2 L2 PE PE
PE
377 DCBG XMEN1 XMEN5
220:(T1) 1 1 6:3
220:(T2) 290:3 2 2
220:(T3) 220:(L1) L3 L3 XEIN1 3 3
SEE PAGE PE 220:(L2) 1 4 4
*E01-1/2 L2 L2 1374472G*
220:(L3) 2 5 5
FOR SUPPLY 3 6 6 959935G0*
CONNECTIONS 262/2 F10/2 4
262/4 F10/4 FUSE MODULE 5 X6
X1 X2 6 1
B 2

1374475G*
1 1 XRS1

POWER MODULE
270 3 3 1 X7
270 2 1
270:RB 274/L X3 3 2

SEE E04
290:1/2

723 LCEREC
4
TO SHAFT LIGHTING

N2 1 5
1 PE .
. XT1 1:T

239
. 6
2 10 1 MX10/20
3 XAP1 2
4 H157 XM16 987085G* 3
1
5 2
1:T
1 923943G0*
2 3 MX14
XM5 3 4
C 4
XLH5 1 1 XFB5 10:1-2
2 2 XM17 1
1 XLH1 4 4
PREWIRED
3 1 2 10:T
5 5 2
5 780292G02
7 XM25 XBR1
XLH9 12 1 923942G0* 11:1
Copyright C 2011 KONE Corporation

1 3
2
1374458G* XLD5 XBR2
1 1 4 923992G0* 11:2
2 2
XLG1 6
XLH2 4 775876G0* 1
5 804639G0* XD5 2 XW1
379:1 LOP230

D 1 1
379 XBAT1
2 2
XLH3 13 LCE230/ 3 1 3 LWI
LCEADO 4 2 4

-LWI
6 XD1
1
XM7 7
XD1 775877G0*
3
XLH8 2 1

3
2
1
3 2 XW
7

1
2
3
983383G0*
3

763656G1*
9
5 XM14 X4
7 1
XM5 XL1
XLH6 13 2
E 1 1
XM16
2 2 CAR
50032188* 1
4 3
SEE PAGE 5 2 4 LWI
*E01-1/1
XL1 3 5 XB50
A4

XL6 1 XH2 XM4 4 6 3 3


2 7 2 2
1 3 1 1 XM17 8 1 1
2 4 3 3 9
5 1 10
6 2 11
375:1 7 XM3 XM25 12
8 13
F LOPCB 9 1 1 14 SENSOR
10 3 2 LWD Wh
11 SEP Ye
12 375 Gn
13 X5 X3 LCECPU
14 SEE PAGE
XL2 *E01-1/1
1 XL8 781681G*
3 1
OSG
LWD
2 SENSOR
XL4 3 Bk
Bn 4 Gn
Gn 1 140
127:1 Ye
2
Ye
3 XL5 Wh
G Wh
4 1 Bn
Bk 2
5

-LWI
Designed by Checked by Language
B Added LOPCB reference to page 1 2.4.2015 ettessa
J.Kantola en
E.Riikonen / Jomine
A LWI added 15/2012 JKa Dept. Date Approved by Comp. fam. codes

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HAT 2011-09-07 J.Helvil LCE
Title

ELECTRIFICATION
H
MACHINERY, CONTROLLER AND MAP
Sales ref. no. Drawing no. Issue Page

KONE Corporation 1374505E01 B- 2/2


1 2 3 4 5 6
230VAC
50-60Hz
KGC CABINET
LON ADAPTERS SEE NEXT PAGES
A KM1346008G01
L L2
KM860523C01
N N2 CONTROL PANEL
PE E28
L N PE
PE LCEGTWO
XG1B 731:1
UPS:1 KM50026999 KM860506G*/C01
1 3
XG1:1 2 4
E06
ACCESS SELECTION KM860508G*/C01
XG1:2 21 3
4
B E06
XG1B 731:2
LCEGTWO

732:1
2 2 LCECPU561
L N PE KM837059C01 375
COM1 3 3 EIA-232 1
RJ45 5 E28 5 2 XG4A
KM837879G01
KGC:1
2 KM837059C02 2
KM1343770G02 COM2 3 3 EIA-232
GROUP CONTROL COMPUTER 5 E28 5 CONTROL PANEL
732:2
COPYRIGHT (C) 2006 KONE CORPORATION

C
X2 X2 X1B X1B X1A X1A KM837879G01 LCECPU561
XG5
1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 375
1 2 3 4
LCEGTWO
731:1

LCEGTWO
KM713256G07 731:2

D KM860536C02 KM860536C01 KM860519C01


E28 CONTROL PANEL
E28 E28
KM713256G07 2
1
XG4A
375
LCECPU561
120 Ohm./0.5W 120 Ohm./0.5W
LCEGTWO
731:1
1 2 3 4
1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 LCEGTWO
E XG5 731:2
X2 X2 X1B X1B X1A X1A
KGC:2 732:2
5 KM837059C02 5
KM1343770G02 COM2 3 3 EIA-232 CONTROL PANEL
A4

2 E28 2
GROUP CONTROL COMPUTER LCECPU561
KM837879G01 375
RJ45 5 5
KM837059C01
L N PE COM1 3 3 EIA-232 LCEGTWO
2 E28 2 731:1
732:1
F KM837879G01 LCEGTWO
731:2
KGC CABINET
KM1346008G02
UPS:2 CONTROL PANEL
L N PE
PE LCECPU561
PE KM860523C01
N N2 375
L E28
L2 LCEGTWO
KM50026999 731:1
G LON ADAPTERS
LCEGTWO
230VAC 731:2
50-60Hz
Designer Checker Language
B KGC cabinets added 17.10.2011 J.Salo T.Hietala PCM/Mauno Manninen en
Dept. Date Approver Product c.
A Commomn Memory Network corrected 19.01.2007OP.Lignell
Issue Change Date Des Appr
HAT 30.05.2006 PCM/Ari Jokivalli LCE

ELECTRIFICATION
H
KGC - LON ADAPTERS - CONTROL PANEL
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

- 864842E01 B 1/1
1 2 3 4 5 6

A NETWORK 1

CONTROL PANEL
350045814

B 375
LCECPU561 120 Ohm
XG4B 0,5W
1
2

713256G0*/C02
XG4A
1 1
2 2 KCG:1/X1A
COPYRIGHT (C) 2006 KONE CORPORATION

D NETWORK 2

CONTROL PANEL CONTROL PANEL


350045815 350045816
375 375
E
LCECPU561 713256G0*/C01 LCECPU561
XG4B XG4A
1 1 1 1
2 2 2 2
A4

713256G0*/C02 120 Ohm


XG4A XG4B 0,5W
1 1 1
2 2 KCG:1/X1B 2

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H
MACHINE ROOM NETWORK
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

- 350045814E01 - 4
1 2 3 4 5 6

A CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL CONTROL PANEL

350045814 KGC 350045815 KGC 350045816

LCEGTWO XG1A XG1B LCEGTWO XG1A LCEGTWO


B 731:1 1 806500G0*/C01 1
731:1 1 731:1
2 2 2
3 1 1 3 3
4 2 2 4 4

XG1B XG1A XG1B


+24V 1 860506G0*/C01 +24V 1 806500G0*/C01 1 +24V
0/24V 2 0/24V 2 2 0/24V
3 1 3 1 1 3
COPYRIGHT (C) 2006 KONE CORPORATION

C 3 3
4 KGC LON ADAPTER 3 3
4 2 2 4
3 3
2
2 2 XG1:1 2 2 2 2

1 1 1 1 1 1

BR1 BR2 BR1 BR2 BR2 BR1

1-2 R=120ohm ON (-KGC) 1-2 R=120ohm ON 1-2 R=120ohm ON


2-3 R=120ohm OFF (KGC) 2-3 R=120ohm OFF 2-3 R=120ohm OFF

D LCEGTWO XG1A XG1B LCEGTWO XG1A LCEGTWO


731:2 1 806500G0*/C01 1 1 731:2
2 2
731:2 2
3 1 1 3 3
4 2 2 4 4

XG1B XG1A XG1B


+24V 1 860508G0*/C01 +24V 1 806500G0*/C01 1 +24V
0/24V 2 0/24V 2 2 0/24V
E 3 3 1 1 3
1 LON ADAPTER
3 3
4 2 KGC XG1:2
3 3
4 2 2 4 3 3

2 2 2 2 2 2

1 1 1 1 1 1
A4

BR1 BR2 BR1 BR2 BR2 BR1

1-2 R=120ohm ON (-KGC) 1-2 R=120ohm ON 1-2 R=120ohm ON


2-3 R=120ohm OFF (KGC) 2-3 R=120ohm OFF 2-3 R=120ohm OFF

F
375 713256G0*/C01 375 375
120 Ohm
LCECPU561 XG3A XG3B LCECPU561 0,5W
XG3A LCECPU561
1 1 1 1 1
2 2 2 2 2

120 Ohm 713256G0*/C01


XG3B 0,5W
XG3A XG3B
1 1 1 1 1
2 2 2 2 2
G

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H
MACHINE ROOM NETWORK
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

- 350045814E01 - 5
1 2 3 4 5 6
SEE PAGE
731 LCEGTWO CONTROL PANEL
-E23 1/1 XH15 XS2
251
A L 1 2 3 4 5 6
N 1 2 3

PE BK WH BK
E10/1
BU/GY
GNYE

806515G*/C01
BN

SEP/ MAP

KM263918/KM283979 713800G0* 713800G0*

-EZO
EZO
B 835629C01
KM273136
BK 197:T 198:T
WH LCEGTWO LCEFCBG11 DOPMUL/
XS1 KDCMUL
TX+
X3 1 XS2 XS1 XS2 XS1 XS2
BK
WH TX- 2 1 X2
TE 3 2
BK
COPYRIGHT (C) 2006 KONE CORPORATION

C
251 +24V
197:T-1 198:T-1
BN L LCEFCBG11 DOPMUL/
L KDCMUL
BU/GY N 0/24V XS1 XS2 XS1 XS2
N
GNYE PE
PE
E10

BK 713800G0*
D LCEGTWO XS1
WH

TX+
X3 1 XS2
BK
835629C01
WH TX- 2 1 X2
-EZO

TE 3 2 197:* 198:*
BK LCEFCBG11 DOPMUL/
KDCMUL
XS1 XS2 XS1 XS2
EZO

L 251 +24V
BN
L
E BU/GY N 0/24V
2xSUPPLY
-2x SUPPLY

N
GNYE PE
PE
806515G*/C01 713800G0*
A4

-EZO
835629C01
KM283329
197:* 198:*
835554G01 LCEGTWO LCEFCBG11 DOPMUL/
F XS1 KDCMUL
BK
TX+
X3 1 XS2 XS1 XS2 XS1 XS2

1 X2
120R WH 2
TX-
BK 3
TE 2

197:1 198:1
BN 251 +24V LCEFCBG11 DOPMUL/ 4 120R
L KDCMUL
BU/GY L
N XS1 XS2 XS1 XS2 6
N 0/24V
G GNYE
PE
PE
713863G01

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ELECTRIFICATION
H
SEGMENTED SHAFT NETWORK
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

- 350045814E02 - 1
1 2 3 4 5 6

MAP/ CONTROL PANEL XLH7 379:1


A PE 1 3

781661G**

3 PE 1
P110
3 5 2

713806G01
B
122:T P122
2

5 PE

3
COPYRIGHT (C) 2002 KONE CORPORATION

713806G0*

122:2-(T-1) P122
2
D 5 PE

E 713806G0*

122:1 P122
2
A4

5 PE

713242G01 713806G0*
P122
2

5 PE

G 3

Designer Checker Language


D P122 -> P110 5/4/07 JKa
J.Kantola A. Jokivalli en
Dept. Date Approver Product c.
C FRD EU rule added (page 3) 02/2/06 JKa
Issue Change Date Des Appr
ECC 17.05.2002 P. Huotari LCE
SHAFT ELECTRIFICATION
H
SAFETY CHAIN
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

- 811850E02 D 2/3
1 2 3 4 5 6

H157
1
SEP X5 722 LCEOPT MAP XLH4 379:1 LOP230
2
A 3
8 9 1 3 5 4
3 4 5 5
CONTROL PANEL

B) 885592G* CEILING OF LIFT WELL

A) 777011G*
A) 777012G* Max.
751279G0* 728762G0* 1 2 3 4 5
0.5m
B B) 750267G* 157

A) WHEN HALOGEN
B) NOT HALOGEN 1 2 3 4 5 A) 6.0m

B)
750267G* 1.5-2.0m

1 2 3 4 5
COPYRIGHT (C) 2002 KONE CORPORATION

C 157

1 2 3 4 5

112:2 P112:2
2 n*6.0m
750267G*
1

1 2 3 4 5
D
157
753557G01
WSC

1 2 3 4 5

112:1 P112:1
2
750267G* 6.0m
NOT INCLUDED 1

1 2345
E 156
435 157
P125:2
3
1 2345
EMH T
A4

2
- BFS -EEC S
SHAFT LIGHT
P125:1 NOT INCLUDED
- BFS 3 713865G0* 0.5m
Max.
2
F 2 34 15
158 137
112 773313G0*
P123:1 P112:1
2 1
-OSG W -EMH T PE
1 2
-EEC S

125:2 125:1 123:1 OSG W / EEC S


ADDITIONAL DEVICES WHEN FRD EU
G SEE *E02 1/1 PIT +300mm

BOTTOM OF LIFT WELL


Designer Checker Language
D.2 Alternative top shaft light added 11/2012 JKa
J.Kantola A.Jokivalli en
D P122 -> P110 on page 2 5/4/07 JKa Dept. Date Approver Product c.

Issue Change Date Des Appr


ECC 17.05.2002 P.Huotari LCE
SHAFT ELECTRIFICATION
H
SAFETY CHAIN AND LIGHTING
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

- 811850E02 D 3/3
1 2 3 4 5 6
101:n DESTINATION OPERATING PANEL
KDCTSDOP
PROXIMITY SENSOR
A
(GPIO) Vdd 1 50301205G01 X5
1 1
S2 OUT 2 1
2
3 2
GND
2 3
Vdd 1
S1 OUT 2
3 4 XS1
3 XS1
3 1 6 5 4 3 2 1
GND 24VDC 1
0/24V 2 4 a 3 b 2 4 1
LOCKING X6
B Locally 1 0/24V 3 2
LOCAL
2 4 b
USE RS485 B
5 3
ROLL CALL
X13 6 a
RS485 A
TOUCH SCREEN 1 5 1 1
& 2 3 2 2 (835629C01 -LAN)
I2C INTERFACE

CONTROLLER XS2
3 2 50301206G01 3 3
1 1
4 1 4 4 24VDC
COPYRIGHT (C) 2013 KONE CORPORATION

C 2
5 5
0/24V 4
4 5
0/24V 3 2
6
1 YE 4
RS485 B b
7
2 YE 5
ROLL CALL 3
8
LCD BACKLIGHT

3 YE 6 a 3 b 2 4 1
RS485 A a
4
YE X11 6 5 4 3 2 1
5 YE 1
12V_BKLED
D YE XS2
6 BK 51026226G01
BK
7 BK BK 2
GND
BK
8 BK 3
X2
4 1
RX
2
TX
X10 3
LVDS INTERFACE

51026203G01 RTS RS232 ACS INTERFACE


1 1 4
CTS
E 5
6

20 20 X3
A4

1
A RS485 ACS INTERFACE
KEYPAD 2
B
KDCDAB KDCKPD
X1 J1 X7
F 1 1 1356781G03 X4 LAN ETHERNET (CAT6)
1

RJ45
12
12 12 X8
1 RD
VBUS
3 GN
X12 D+ 50301209G01 X8:1
LOUDSPEAKER WH WH 1 4 WH
50301208G01 D- USB
- BN BN 2 5 BK
G GND
+ 10 DRAIN
GND

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ELECTRIFICATION
H
LANDING CALLS AND SIGNALS KDCTSDOP
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

- 50301204E02 - 1/1
1 2 3 4 5 6

101:n DESTINATION OPERATING PANEL

A
KDCDOP KDCMUL
J1 J5
1 1 1 1
2 2 2 2
3 3 3 3

DESTINATION INDICATOR 4 4 4 4
5 5 5 5
B
6 6 772817G01 6 6
7 7 7 7
8 8 8 8
9 9 9 9
10 10 10 10
11 11 11 11
12 12 12 12
COPYRIGHT (C) 2011 KONE CORPORATION

XS1
LOCKING J9 XS1
Locally 1 6 5 4 3 2 1
1 1
2
LOCAL 2 4 a 3 b 2 4 1
3
USE 3 2
4
4 b
D 5 3
J2 J7 6 a
1 1 1 1
2 2 2 2
835629C*
3 3 3 3 XS2
KEYPAD 4 4 4 4 1 1
1 2 3 5 5 5 5 2 4
4 5 6
7 8 9 6 6 1356781G* 6 6 3 2
E - 0 *
4
7 7 7 7 b
8 8 8 8 5 3
9 9 9 9 6 a a 3 b 2 4 1
A4

10 10 10 10 6 5 4 3 2 1
11 11 11 11
XS2
12 12 12 12

F
J1
1
2
LOUDSPEAKER 3 3 3
1356783G*
- 4 4
4
+
XMM3
G
SD Card

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ELECTRIFICATION
H
LANDING CALLS AND SIGNALS KDCDOP
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

- 1356800E02 - 1/1
A4 COPYRIGHT (C) 2006 KONE CORPORATION

G
B

F
E
A

H
S1= SUPPLY 1

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
D 18
19
20
21
22
23
C 24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1
S2= SUPPLY 2

Issue
LCEGTWO S1
1

DOPMUL:1
DOPMUL:3

Change
350045814

LCEGTWO S1
DOPMUL:2
DOPMUL:4
2

350045815

LCEGTWO S1

= BOARD
LCEFCBG11

Date
350045816

Des
LCEGTWO S1
3

LCEGTWO S2
LCEFCBG14

Appr
LCEFCBG15
DOPMUL:
DOPMUL:
LIFT 4

Dept.
DOPMUL:

Designer
LCEGTWO S1
LCEGTWO S2

HCE

Sales ref. no.

-
LCEFCBG14
LCEFCBG15

Date
4

DOPMUL:
DOPMUL:
LIFT 5

DOPMUL:
LCEGTWO S1

RAGESH.E.G

Draw. no.
LCEGTWO S2
LCEFCBG14

ELECTRIFICATION
LCEFCBG15
DOPMUL:
DOPMUL:
LIFT 6

DOPMUL:
LCEGTWO S1

Checker
5

Approver
LCEGTWO S2

350045814E02
LCEFCBG14

K.MOHAN
LCEFCBG15
DOPMUL:

Issue
DOPMUL:
LIFT 7

-
DOPMUL:

19.05.2015 NAVANEETHAN.T
LCEGTWO S1

SHAFT NETWORK ARRANGEMENT


LCEGTWO S2

en

LCE
LCEFCBG14

Language
LCEFCBG15

Page
Product c.
6

DOPMUL:

6
DOPMUL:
LIFT 8

DOPMUL:

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
1 2 3 4 5 6

SEP/ CONTROL PANEL


SEE PAGE
-E02 1/1 375 LCECPU
A
XH11

713868G01

B
COPYRIGHT (C) 2005 KONE CORPORATION

806515C01

713810G0*
A4

176:2
MAIN FLOOR
139
1
XS1
F XF2 2
197:2
XF3
XF4 LCEFCB
XF1
XS2

713863G01 4 6
G R

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SHAFT ELECTRIFICATION
H
CALLS AND SIGNALS
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Page

- 350045814E02 - 7
1 2 3 4 5 6

806 LCECCB* CONTROL PANEL


713859G0*
51 XB1 XC11 375
A XT1 713864G01
713203G0* XC12 LCECPU
52 XB2 XT2
XC20
713856G0* PE PE
42:DS 42:U
XC1 379
42:N XB12 XT3 713243G01
XC3 LCE230
XT4
XC4

B XW
41
42:RB X2/2
68:U
XB3
X2/1 728776G0*/713226G0* G
XB22 61:U
-SLS G
XB23 61:N
G
XB21 30
44:2 XB34
45
XB13
COPYRIGHT (C) 2001 KONE CORPORATION

C 713857G0*
B41 B41 XB4 713227G0*
XB25 77:U
B41 -B41 713227G0*
XB26 77:N
728777G0*&779496G01
63:L
713202G0*
63:B XB5
728777G0*&779496G01
53 53 713227G0*
XB27 SFD 77:S
57 57 XB6
WHEN FRD RU
D 57 -57 SEE PAGE 713873G01
*E26 XB35 65
713201G0*
43 XB15 713867G01
XB32 227
713200G0* -B87
44 XB14
68:U XB45
AMD/A- DOOR A-SIDE B-SIDE AMD/B-DOOR
87 D2/1 713359G0* 713359G0* D2/1 B87
D2/2 XB7 XB8 D2/2
E D2/5 D2/5

D1/5 D1/5
84 D1/3 XB16 XB17 D1/3 B84
D1/4 D1/4
A4

X1/G 4,6 983587G01 983587G01 4,6 X1/G


X1/17 3 762579G0* 3 X1/17
X1/16 2 717 LCEABB 717 LCEABB 2 X1/16
5 XO28 XI28 5
X1/10 XB28 XB30 XI30 XO30 X1/10
X1/30 X1/30
X1/31 7 7 X1/31
1 -LCEABB 1
X1/SD
9
-LCEABB 9
X1/SD
X1/41 X1/41
F X1/+24 8 762579G0* 8 X1/+24 X15
X16 X15 10,11 10,11 X16
48 49
X1/G
46 44 45 X2/13
XB29 XB31 X1/G
X2/13 45 44 46 49 48
804859G0*
804859G0*
90 B90
45 1 1 45
2 44 2 2 44 2
3 3
46 4 4 46
1 1 TX TX 1 1
RX RX

G 88 89 88 89 1). CURTAIN OF LIGHT 1).CURTAIN OF LIGHT B89 B88 B89 B88


2). PHOTOCELL 2).PHOTOCELL

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CAR ROOF ELECTRIFICATION


H
AMD DRIVE 2
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

- 350045814E03 - 1
1 2 3 4 5 6

CAR CH
KNXRIF(KRM) 801119G*
A 806 LCECCBN OR
713815G* 1375559G*
KNX99
XB18 -CH XS1 OR X12 766:
AUDIO INDUCTION
LCEALM
ILS LOOP
801118G* AMPLIFIER
818923G*

COP:2 COP:2

B 885908G*
LCECOB CH LCECOB

713810G* J2 801047G*

R=120ohm
96:EXT1 -COP:2
JM DIN1 J10 J3 Jumper
X1 -LCECOB
DESTINATION 32
INDICATOR KDCMUL:1
713810G*
COPYRIGHT (C) 2011 KONE CORPORATION

C 96:EXT2 100
X1 JM DIN2 J11
-TTC
DESTINATION
INDICATOR
J1
772817G*
KDCCDM -ILS 772819G*
96 ILS 50057251G*
J5
856300G*
D CAR POSITION J8 772815G* 44:1
J1
INDICATOR XMM3
J6 J4
BUTTON BUS
SD Card
ALARM J7 KEYPAD
J2
INDICATION
1356781G* 1 2 3
39
J1 4 5 6
7 8 9
1356782G* 804141G*
- 0 *

E CALL BUTTONS
31:1 31:2 31:3
A4

31:T 31:T-1 31:n

FUNCTION BUTTONS
KEY SWITCHES

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Issue Change Date Des Appr ALTE 29.07.2011 J.berg LCE

ELECTRIFICATION
H
Car operating panel COP:1
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

- 1356801E03 - 1/1
1 2 3 4 5 6

SEP CAR TOP BOX


XC11
B BLACK 1
1
BLACK 2
2
BLACK 3 XT1
3
BLACK 4 BLACK 1
4 1
BLACK 5 BLACK 2
5 2
BLACK 6 BLACK 3
6 3
BLACK 7 BLACK 4
7 4
BLACK 8
COPYRIGHT (C) 2002 KONE CORPORATION

C BLACK 5
8 5
BLACK 6
6
BLACK 7
7
BLACK 8
8
GN-YE
14x0.75 mm2 + (NUMBERED 1 - 14 / BLACK)
Shield
1x1,5 mm2 + (GREEN-YELLOW)
2x0,5 mm2 + (SHIELDED PAIR / BLUE & WHITE)
D GN-YE
2x0,5 mm2 (SHIELDED PAIR / ORANGE & WHITE)

XC12 713864G01
WHITE XT2
1
BLUE WHITE
2 1
BLACK 9 BLUE
3 2
BLACK 10 BLACK 9
4 3
E BLACK 11 BLACK 10
5 4
BLACK 12 BLACK 11
6 5
BLACK 13 BLACK 12
7 6
A4

BLACK 14 BLACK 13
8 7
BLACK 14
8
WHITE
9
ORANGE
F 10
XC20
WHITE
1
ORANGE
2
Shield

G
NOTE:REMOVE XC11/1 CONNECTION FOR ADDITIONAL CAR POWER SUPPLY

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ELECTRIFICATION
H
Travelling cable I
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

- 350045814E03 - 4
1 2 3 4 5 6

PE1 395
PE 220:1
MAINS KDA
220
A 400V +10%/-15% K201/2 MODULE
50-60Hz T1 L1 L1 L1
T2 L2
K201/4 -E04/2
L2 L2
A1
K201/6
T3 L3 L3 L3
262/2 F10

(N)/230V 1 2 L1 L1
*E23 F1
3 4 L2 L2
MAP X1/1 F6/2A X2/1
379 379:1 X1/3 F7/2A X2/3
B LCE230 LOP230 400VAC
XM5/5 XLH2/5 F3/2A XLH1/5 XM5/5 723 LCEREC X3/1 239
DOOR 230VAC XM5/4 XLH2/4 XLH1/4 XM5/4 X3/3 1a A
230VAC
XM5/1 XLH2/1 F2/2A XLH1/1 XM5/1 1b
230VAC XM5/2 XLH2/2 XLH1/2 XM5/2 X3/5
3a
XLH3/3 F1/1A XLH9/1 20VAC
3b
XLH9/2
C
2a
XM25/1 XM25/1
375 20VAC
+

2b B
LCECPU 20V XM25/2 XM25/2
-
XM16/3 XM16/3 F5/4A X3/9
SAFETY CHAIN
+
Copyright C 2011 KONE Corporation

SEE PAGE CONTROLLER 24V XM16/4 XM16/4 X3/10


-E05 -
XH2/3 XM16/1 XM16/1 F4/4A X3/7
+

CAR 24V XM16/2 XM16/2 X3/8


-
D X3 XM17/1 XM17/1 F8/8A
X5
+

SHAFT 24V XM17/2 XM17/2


X4 -

XLD5/1 3 4 XFB5/1

201:3 XLD5/2 XFB5/2


XD1/5 XD5/9
10
1

SAFETY CHAIN A1 A2 XF1/1 K219 FAN


XD1 MFAN OUT 1(A2) 5(A1)
XF1/2 ( OPTIONAL )
E
201:4
377 DCBG GND
XMS1/1 44(54) 43(53)
395 24V MACHINERY
XMS1/2
A1 A2 KDA MODULE MC INPUT
OUTPUT FROM SW.
A4

XD1/7 XD5/10
MAIN RELAY XRD/4
392 SEE PAGE A2 A1 388 BCX08
N/230VAC MCCB2 XRD/3 -E04 2/2 B2 K201
N N XS3/2
XRD/1 387:1
SEE PAGE
L
RFI
L XS3/1 -E04 2/2 D3
XRD/2
N N XB11/2 SEE PAGE
F N/230VAC XD1/2 XD5/2 201:3 201:4 387:2
L RFI L XB11/1 -E04 2/2 D5
3(43) 4(44) 4(44) 3(43)
13 14
201:3 201:4 385 DRIVE MODULE
1(13) 2(14) 2(14) 1(13)
230VAC XD1/1 XD5/1 367 I/O BOARD
X8/2
START PERMIT XD1/3 XD5/3 201:3 201:4 22 21 MAIN CONTACTOR
X8/3 CONTROL
SW
21 22 22 21
X4/1
201:4 201:3 MAIN CONTACTOR
X4/2 STATUS
G 5(33) 6(34) 6(34) 5(33) 33(83) 34(84) X4/3
PWM ENABLE
K201

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A XD4 removed, F2/2A 20.4.-12 JKa Dept. Date Approved by Comp. fam. codes

Issue Change description Date Des. by Appr. by


HAT 2011-09-19 J.Helvil LCE
Title

DRIVE MODULE
H
KDM
Sales ref. no. Drawing no. Issue Page

KONE Corporation 1374506E04 A 1/2


1 2 3 4 5 6

MAP 395 KDA MODULE 385 DRIVE MODULE 330

F298 X20
1

KR7
KR7
A 2 1
-E04/1 62 61
A6 4 3 2
72 71
L1
220/L1(220:1/L1) 2 1
L2 AC
220/L2(220:1/L2)
4 3 DC
L3 MACHINERY
220/L3(220:1/L3) 6 5
PE
PE
PE K201 HOISTING MOTOR
U
B SEE PAGE DC V
-E04 1/2 E4
375 AC W
LCECPUnc XM14 XBAT1
12V 1 1 BAT 12V PE
2 2
0/12V GND 367 I/O BOARD
XEIN1 XMEN1 +15V XMEN5
377 ENC PWR 1 1 +15V 1 A 6:3
MAP DCBG ENCODER A+ 2 2 A+
A-
2 B ENCODER
375:1 XL6 XLG1
ENCODER A- 3
4
3
4 B+
3
4
C
D
C LOPCB 1 1
ENCODER B+
ENCODER B- 5 5 B- 5 E
TACHO OUT+ 6 6 GND 6 F
ENCODER GND ENC
SIGNAL 2 2 TACHO OUT- XRS1 X6
RS485 A 2 1 RS485 A
RS485 B 5 2 RS485 B
XAP1 X7
Copyright C 2011 KONE Corporation

24VDC/IN 1 1 +24V
GND 2 -FRD UK/EN/HK, LPS VN 2 GND
15VDC/IN 3
4
GND FRD UK,EN,HK, LPS VN
FRD UK/EN/HK, LPS VN

XAP1
D 1
2 388 XB11
3 2
4 BCX08 D1 PAGE -E04
1 1/2 F6
XS3
379 BUP2 MACHINERY
PAGE -E04

2 TR1
1/2 F6

XPB4 15V XBR4 BR1


230V
1 24VDC IN
1
2 XBR1
2 24VDC OUT K1 1 2
3 GND 200V 11:1
XB1 XB1 Q2 1
5 4 I(Q2) 3 1
E GND 4 6
BRAKE ENABLE I(Q2)
2 3
BRAKE FB1 K2
6 2 BR2
BRAKE CTRL2 3 5 XBR2
BRAKE V RED1 K1 3
1 9 K2 4 2
BRAKE CTRL1
200V 11:2
A4

7 1
BRAKE FB2 8 7
BRAKE V RED1 9 8
DRIVE ENABLE Q4 4
10 10 I(Q4) 6 1
GND
I(Q4)

5 THERMISTORS
XT1 MX10/MX20
1 6 1:T
F PTC IN MX10/MX20
2 1
TGND MX14
3 2 1:T
NTC IN MX14

SEP CAR LWD


XW1 XW XW XB50
24V
1 3 1 1
BN 64
2 2 2 2
WEIGHT+ BU
G 3 1 3 3
WEIGHT- BK
4
GND

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Title

DRIVE MODULE
H
KDM
Sales ref. no. Drawing no. Issue Page

KONE Corporation 350045814E04 - 2


1 2 3 4 5 6

SHAFT -153 -121:E MAP


F2/2A(MX10)
153 XLH3/3 F1/1A F2/6,3A(MX20) XLH1/1
A XLH3/1 XLH1/2 E04-1/C3

121:E 112:2 112:1 XLH4/5


379:1 POWER SUPPLY
230VAC
LOP230
763610G**
-121:E -112:2 XLH4/1

121:P 123:1 155 XLH4/3

270:RB 270 XLH5/7


-121:P -155 2 1 5 6
125:3 125:2 125:1 XLH5/5
B
1 2 XLH5/1
-125:3 -125:2 -125:1
XLH5/3

XL8/1
RESET +24V
test
(not in use) XL8/2 XLH6/3
test
4
NORMAL XL8/3 0/24V XLH6/1
6
TEST XL8/4 XLH8/7
375:1 LOPCB XLH8/9
COPYRIGHT (C) 2002 KONE CORPORATION

C 127 763600G01
XLH2/2
1 2

CAR XB1/3 XT4/3 XM5/2

51 XB1/1 806 XM3/3

XB2/3 LCECCB* XM3/1


ADO/ACL- CIRCUIT
SEE PAGE -E14
52 XB2/1 713710G11/ XM4/3 K486 K443-1 K443-2
D 802850G11/
XB3/5 XM4/1 14 13 14 13 14 13
802890G11
41 42:DS XB3/3 XT4/1 XC1/3
CCB
XB3/1 XC1/1 K487
CCBN K553
42:RB 42:N 42:U XB12H/1
4 3 21 22
XB12H/2 WHEN FRD RU
SEE PAGE
XB4/3 XT4/1 *E26
-FRD CS X5/24,25
E B41 XB4/1
XB40/2 57
379 5B6 0/24V
63:L -B41 XB5/3 CCBN LCEADO
XB40/1 713160G02
ADO/ACL

63:B 53 XB5/1 INPUT 1


A4

XT4/5 STOP CONTACT


-63:L XB6/3
INPUT TO SW.
57 -53 XB6/1 XT5/5 XC1/5
CCB
87 -57 XB7/4 CCB
ADO/ACL

XT5/3
XB7/2 CCBN INPUT 2
F B87 XB8/4 CAR DOOR CONTACT
INPUT TO SW.
XB8/2 XT4/7 XC1/7

-B87 XC1/9

121:2 122:2 121:1 122:1 XLH7/1


MAP XLH8/1 XH2/1
R=0 ohm.
INPUT 3
COD COD
SOD SOD
379:1 SHAFT DOOR CONTACT
INPUT TO SW.
122:T-1 121:T-1 122:T 121:T XLH7/3 LOP230 XLH8/3 XH2/3
COD COD
763610G** XD1/5
G SOD SOD OUTPUT FROM SW.
XD1/7 TO MAIN MAIN RELAY
SHAFT -E04,1/F2 CONTACTOR

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Issue Change Date Des Appr

SAFETY CHAIN
H

Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Page

- 811852E05 D 1
1 2 3 4 5 6

option Box 367 option Box 367 option Box 367


A
LIFT-1 LIFT-2 LIFT-3
350045814 350045815 350045816

751288G0*
722:1 LCEOPT 722:1 LCEOPT WH WH 722:1 LCEOPT
S1 FRD S1 S1
BN BN
1 X5 FID B/S 1 X5 GN GN
X5 1
B 0 FRD 1 0 FRD 1 1 FRD 0
F FID M F YE YE F
2 2 2
FID1 EPD SIGNAL FID1 GY GY FID1
3 3 3
FID2 EPS G FID2 PK FID2
4 -EPS S 4 4
EPD1 WH EPD1 BU EPD1
10 10 10
GND BN GND RD GND
GN OPT1
YE WH
751288G0*
GY BN
722:2 LCEOPT 722:2 LCEOPT GN OPT1 722:2 LCEOPT
S1 S1 S1
COPYRIGHT (C) 2005 KONE CORPORATION

C
2 2
YE 2
1 PK 1 GY 1
0 X5 BU
0 X5 X5 0
1 1 PK PK 1
EAQ RD EAQ EAQ
7 7 BU BU 7
FIDA1 EAQ FIDA1 FIDA1
8 8 RD RD 8
FIDA2 FIDA2 FIDA2
FID A
FID A

Controller Controller Controller


2X0,34 2X0,34
XC20 XC20 KRM XC20 KRM
KRM 1 1 KNX M 1 KNX M
KNX M 2 2 2
E
A4

SEP Option BOX


F 375 LCECPU561 XM13 713381G01 XM13A 722 LCEOPT XM13B 713370G01
1 1 1
+24V
2 2 2
0/24V
3 3 3
TX+
4 4 4
RS485 TX-
5 5 5
RX+
6 6 6
RX-
G

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OPTIONAL PC-BOARD WIRING


H

Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Page

- 350045814E06 - 1
1 2 3 4 5 6

375 LIFT-1
A LCECPU561
350045814

PE
731:1 251 230VAC
XH12 XS1
1 1 +24V
LCEGTWO X2 L
+24V +24V SEE PAGE
2 2 0/24V +24VE 1
0/24V
3 3 0/24VE 2
N -E01
RS485 TX+
TX- 4 4
0/24V PE 1/1 D3
5 5 Roll Call XS2
Roll Call
6 6 +24VE 1
B 0/24VE 2
X3 0/24VE 3
XG3B 1 TX+ TX- 4
1 2 TX- Roll Call 5
2 3 TE TX+ 6
SERIAL NET

120 Ohm./0.5W SEE PAGE XH15


XG3A -E28 TX+ 1
1 TX- 2
2 TE 3
LON 123
BR1
ADAPTER KGC BR2
KGC:1
XG4A NETWORK 1 X1A MODULE 1 123
COPYRIGHT (C) 2006 KONE CORPORATION

C 1 1 XG1B XG1A
2
KGC 2 1 +24VE 1
KGC XG1:1 2 0/24VE 2
SERIAL NET

1 3 TX+ 3
2
KGC 4 4
XG4B KGC TX-
1
2
120 Ohm./0.5W
731:2
XS1
1 +24V
LCEGTWO X2
2 0/24V +24VE 1
D 3 0/24VE 2
4
5 Roll Call XS2
6 +24VE 1
0/24VE 2
X3 0/24VE 3
1 TX+ TX- 4
2 TX- Roll Call 5
3 TE TX+ 6 SEE PAGE
-E10
XH15
TX+ 1
TX- 2
TE 3
123
E BR1
KGC BR2
123

XG1B XG1A
1 +24VE 1
A4

XG1:2 2 0/24VE 2
1 3 TX+ 3
2
KGC 4 TX- 4
KGC

SEE PAGE 3 A3
LIFT-2
G

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H GROUP CONNECTIONS
NETWORK 1 2xLCEGTWO
Sales ref. no. Drawing no. Issue Page

- 350045814E06 - 2
1 2 3 4 5 6

SEE PAGE 2 G3
A LIFT -1

375
LCECPU561 LIFT-2
350045815

PE

B 731:1 251 230VAC


XH12 XS1
1 1 +24V
LCEGTWO X2 L
+24V +24V SEE PAGE
2 2 0/24V +24VE 1
0/24V
3 3 0/24VE 2
N -E01
RS485 TX+ 4 4 1/1 D3
TX-
5 5 Roll Call XS2 0/24V PE
Roll Call
6 6 +24VE 1
0/24VE 2
X3 0/24VE 3
XG3B 1 TX+ TX- 4
1 2 TX- Roll Call 5
2 3 TE TX+ 6
SERIAL NET

XH15
COPYRIGHT (C) 2006 KONE CORPORATION

C
XG3A 1 2 3 TX+ 1
1 TX- 2
BR1 TE 3
2
BR2
KGC:1 1 2 3
XG1B XG1A
XG4A NETWORK 2 X1B 1 +24VE 1
1 1 2 0/24VE 2
2
KGC 2 3 TX+ 3
KGC
SERIAL NET

4 TX- 4
XG4B
1
D 2

731:2
XS1
1 +24V
LCEGTWO X2
2 0/24V +24VE 1
3 0/24VE 2
4
5 Roll Call XS2
6 +24VE 1
0/24VE 2
X3 0/24VE 3
1 TX+ TX- 4
E 2 TX- Roll Call 5
3 TE TX+ 6 SEE PAGE
-E10
XH15
1 2 3 TX+ 1
TX- 2
A4

BR1 TE 3
BR2
1 2 3
XG1B XG1A
1 +24VE 1
2 0/24VE 2
3 TX+ 3
F 4 TX- 4

G
SEE PAGE 4 A2 SEE PAGE 4 A3
LIFT-3 LIFT-3

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HCE 19.05.2015 NAVANEETHAN.T LCE
H GROUP CONNECTIONS
NETWORK 1 2xLCEGTWO
Sales ref. no. Drawing no. Issue Page

- 350045814E06 - 3
1 2 3 4 5 6

SEE PAGE 3 G2 SEE PAGE 3 G3


A LIFT-2 LIFT-2

375 LIFT-3
LCECPU561
350045816

PE

B 731:1 251 230VAC


XH12 XS1
1 1 +24V
LCEGTWO X2 L
+24V +24V SEE PAGE
2 2 0/24V +24VE 1
0/24V
3 3 0/24VE 2
N -E01
RS485 TX+ 4 4 1/1 D3
TX-
5 5 Roll Call XS2 0/24V PE
Roll Call
6 6 +24VE 1
0/24VE 2
X3 0/24VE 3
XG3B 1 TX+ TX- 4
1 2 TX- Roll Call 5
2 3 TE TX+ 6
SERIAL NET

XH15
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C
XG3A 1 2 3 TX+ 1
1 TX- 2
BR1 TE 3
2
BR2
120 Ohm. 1 2 3
0.5W XG1B XG1A
XG4A 1 +24VE 1
1 2 0/24VE 2
2 3 TX+ 3
SERIAL NET

4 TX- 4
XG4B
1
D 2
120 Ohm./0.5W
731:2
XS1
1 +24V
LCEGTWO X2
2 0/24V +24VE 1
3 0/24VE 2
4
5 Roll Call XS2
6 +24VE 1
0/24VE 2
X3 0/24VE 3
1 TX+ TX- 4
E 2 TX- Roll Call 5
3 TE TX+ 6 SEE PAGE
-E10
XH15
1 2 3 TX+ 1
TX- 2
A4

BR1 TE 3
BR2
1 2 3
XG1B XG1A
1 +24VE 1
2 0/24VE 2
3 TX+ 3
F 4 TX- 4

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Dept. Date Approved by Product code

Issue Change description Date Des. by Appr. by


19.05.2015 NAVANEETHAN.T LCE
H GROUP CONNECTIONS
NETWORK 2 2xLCEGTWO
Sales ref. no. Drawing no. Issue Page

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1 2 3 4 5 6

CAR 806 LCECCBN* XT3/3 XC3/4 XM5/5


-E04
61:U +24V F1 230VAC
XB22/4 XT3/4 XC3/5 XM5/4 1/2 B2
A +15V 1A
XB51/1 806:REC1
61:N
XB51/2
N
230VAC
379 LCEADO
XB23/4
L
+24VDC GND XB52/2
-/24V
30 F5 XB52/1 24VDC
XB21/4 +24V
4A

B30
B XB24/4
B-SIDE
375 LCECPUnc
R
XT1/2 XC11/2 -/24 -E04 1/2 D3
77:U 0/12Vbatt

R XT1/5 XC11/5 61:U

77:N XT1/6 XC11/6 61:N

77:S XT1/3 XC11/3 30


XB27/2
SFD XT1/4 XC11/4 B30 SW.
77:S XB27/1
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C +24VDC
XT1/7 XC11/7 77:U

XT1/8 XC11/8 77:N


68:U SERVICE LIMIT
XB45/2

68:U -68:U XB45/1 GND

XT2/4 XC12/4 0/12Vbatt


42:N INS. DOWN

D
42:DS 42:U INS. UP
RS485
INSPECTION

HAS XB12N/1
XT6/2
INSPECTION XT6/1

E
MAP
+12Vbatt

+24VDC F1/1.85A XL1/1 XL1/1 LOP24V


+24VDC

GND XL1/2 XL1/2 LOP0V


A4

TX XL1/3 XL1/3 RXD

RX XL1/4 XL1/4 TXD

XL1/11 XL1/11

XL1/12 XL1/12
F 77:N 77:U XL1/10 XL1/10

279 +12Vbatt XL1/9 XL1/9 SI2/0.5A +12Vbatt

0/12Vbatt XL1/8 XL1/8

XL2/1 XL1/5 XL1/5


RDF DRIVE
270 XL2/2 270:N XL1/7 XL1/7
RDF DOWN SW.
7 8

GND 270:U XL1/6 XL1/6


G RDF UP

375:1 LOPCB

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J.Kantola A. Jokivalli en
Dept. Date Approver Product c.
LCM 19.05.2005 P. Huotari LCE
Issue Change Date Des Appr

CONTROL MODULE
H

Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

- 861393E07 - 1
1 2 3 4 5 6

CAR 806 LCECCBN* 375


KNXRIF XS1/1 XB18/1 LCECPU561
A +24V - E07 A3
OR XS1/2 XB18/2
KNX99 Emergency light
X12 XS1/3 XB18/3 0/24V XT1/2 XC11/2 0/24V
OR -E04 1/3 G4
1
LCEALM XS1/6 XB18/6 XT2/1 XC12/1 TX+
2
3
XS1/4 XB18/4 XT2/2 XC12/2 TX- RS485
4
5
XS1/5 XB18/5
6
Alarm
7
XS1/7 XB18/7
8
+12V
9
XS1/8 XB18/8
B 10
Help is coming
11
XS1/9 XB18/9
12
Intercom
13
XS1/10 XB18/10
14
Intercom

See page See page


- E24 - E23 B3

32 KDCMUL:1 KDCCDM
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C 96
J2 J5 J1
1 1 1
+5V
2 2 2
3 3 3
4 4 4
SPI1_SCK
5 5 5
SPI1_MOSI
6 6 6
SPI1_MISO
7 7 7
8 8 8
SPI1_EN1
9 9 9
SPI1_EN2
10 10 10
LED_CLK
11 11 11
12 12 12
D 13
14
J8 J2
1 1
J3 2 2
REED_SW
1 3 3
Termination 2 4 4 Help coming
resistor 3 5 5 Voice conn.
4 6 6
5
R=120ohm/0.5W 6
7
8
E 9 J4 J1 F2KALM
10
1 1
39
11 +12VBatt
801047G01 12 Alarm_NC 2 2
Alarm_NC
3 3
13 TestAlarm TestAlarm
OR COP2 14
4 4
Emergency Light
J2/ -E08 2C2 5 5
A4

AlarmLED AlarmLED
6 6
SI1 GND
NEXT STOP INDICATOR X1 J10 0.5A
KDCDIN 1
2
1
2
96:EXT SPI Select 1 100
3 3
SPI Clock 1 J1
4 4
SPI Data 1
5 5 1
Microphone
F 2
3
Loudspeaker
4
Loudspeaker
NEXT STOP INDICATOR X1 J11
A-SIDE J6
KDCDIN 1
2
1
2 BusSelect
96:EXT SPI Select 2 1
2
3 3
SPI Clock 2 +15V
4 4 3
SPI Data 2 BusDataOut
5 5 4
5
BusDataIn
6
7
BusClock
8
G
See page COP:1
- E09 A2

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Dept. Date Approver Product c.

Issue Change Date Des Appr ALTE 30.05.2011 J.berg LCE


SIGNALS IN CAR
H
COP:1
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

- 1356801E08 - 1/1
1 2 3 4 5 6

COPMUL/ See page COP


- E08 J6
F4 or J8
J6
A F2KMUL
1
BusSelect
2
+15V
3
BusDataOut
4
5
BusDataIn
6
7
BusClock
8
GND
CALL BUTTONS

F2KKIB J1 J1 F2KKIB
B 31:1 1 1
31:2
BusSelect BusSelect
2 2
+15V +15V
3 3
BusDataOut BusDataOut
4 4
+15V +15V
5 5
BusDataIn BusDataIn
6 6
GND GND
7 7
BusClock BusClock
8 8
GND GND
CALL BUTTON CALL BUTTON

F2KKIB J1 J1 F2KKIB
31:3 1 1
31:4
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C BusSelect
2 2
BusSelect
+15V +15V
3 3
BusDataOut BusDataOut
4 4
+15V +15V
5 5
BusDataIn BusDataIn
6 6
GND GND
7 7
BusClock BusClock
8 8
GND GND
CALL BUTTON CALL BUTTON

F2KKIB J1 J1 F2KKIB
31:5 1 1
31:6
BusSelect BusSelect
D +15V 2 2
+15V
3 3
BusDataOut BusDataOut
4 4
+15V +15V
5 5
BusDataIn BusDataIn
6 6
GND GND
7 7
BusClock BusClock
8 8
GND GND
CALL BUTTON CALL BUTTON

F2KKIB J1 J1 F2KKIB
31:n+1 1 1
31:n
BusSelect BusSelect
2 2
+15V +15V
E BusDataOut 3 3
BusDataOut
4 4
+15V +15V
5 5
BusDataIn BusDataIn
6 6
GND GND
7 7
BusClock BusClock
8 8
A4

GND GND
CALL BUTTON CALL BUTTON

FUNCTION BUTTONS
KEY SWITCHES

F2KKIB J1 J1 F2KKIB
1 1
BusSelect BusSelect
2 2
+15V +15V
3 3
BusDataOut BusDataOut
4 4
+15V +15V
5 5
BusDataIn BusDataIn
6 6
GND GND
7 7
BusClock BusClock
8 8
G GND GND
FUNCTION BUTTON FUNCTION BUTTON

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Dept. Date Approver Product c.

Issue Change Date Des Appr


HAT 30.05.2006 PCM/Ari Jokivalli LCE

SIGNALS IN CAR
H
COP
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

- 864841E09 - 1/1
1 2 3 4 5 6

1 * 230V SEE PAGE


50-60Hz -E06 731:1 LCEGTWO
SEE PAGE XH15
A

PE

230V
-E06 1/1

N/230V
251 XS2

390 731:2 LCEGTWO


XH15 POWER MODULE XS2
1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 XH15
XS2

B SHAFT

-EZO
197:T 198:T
LCEFCBG11 DOPMUL/
KDCMUL
XS1 XS2 XS1 XS2

EZO
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197:T-1 198:T-1
LCEFCBG11 DOPMUL/
KDCMUL
XS1 XS2 XS1 XS2

197:* 198:*
LCEFCBG11 DOPMUL/
806510G03
KDCMUL
SHAFT NETWORK MODULE
XS1 XS2 XS1 XS2
E 251 LCEGTWO
230V
XS1
N/230V 24VDC 1
PE 0/24V 2
0/24V 3
X2 4
A4

RS485 B
24VDC 1 ROLL CALL 5
0/24V 2 RS485 A 6
XS2
24VDC 1 197:* 198:*
0/24V 2 DOPMUL/
X3 3 LCEFCBG11
1 RS485 A
0/24V
4
KDCMUL
F 2 RS485 B
RS485 B
5
XS1 XS2 XS1 XS2
ROLL CALL
3 TE RS485 A 6

G SEE PAGE SEE PAGE


2/2 A1 2/2 A4

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en
RAGESH.E.G K.MOHAN
Dept. Date Approver Product code
HCE 19.05.2015 NAVANEETHAN.T LCE
Issue Change description Date Des. by Appr. by

LANDING CALLS AND SIGNALS


H
POWER SUPPLY SEGMENTED SHAFT NETWORK
Sales ref. no. Drawing no. Issue Page

- 350045814E10 - 1
1 2 3 4 5 6

SEE PAGE OR SEE PAGE SEE PAGE


1/2 G1 864841E10 1/2 G4 SHAFT
A
1/1 F2
-2x SUPPLY
-2x SUPPLY
-2x SUPPLY

2xSUPPLY

197:* 198:*
LCEFCBG11 DOPMUL/
806510G03 KDCMUL
SHAFT NETWORK MODULE
XS1 XS2 XS1 XS2

B 251 LCEGTWO
230V
XS1
N/230V 24VDC 1
PE 0/24V 2
0/24V 3
X2 RS485 B 4
24VDC 1 ROLL CALL 5
0/24V 2 RS485 A 6
XS2
24VDC 1 197:* 198:*
0/24V 2 LCEFCBG11 DOPMUL/
X3 0/24V 3 KDCMUL
1 RS485 A RS485 B 4 -EZO XS1 XS2 XS1 XS2
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C 2 RS485 B ROLL CALL 5


3 TE RS485 A 6
EZO

197:* 198:*
LCEFCBG11 DOPMUL/
806510G03 KDCMUL
SHAFT NETWORK MODULE
XS1 XS2 XS1 XS2

251 LCEGTWO
230V
XS1
N/230V 24VDC 1
PE 0/24V 2
0/24V 3
E X2 RS485 B 4
24VDC 1 ROLL CALL 5
0/24V 2 RS485 A 6
XS2
24VDC 1 197:* 198:*
A4

0/24V 2 DOPMUL/
X3 3 LCEFCBG11
1 RS485 A
0/24V
4
KDCMUL
2 RS485 B
RS485 B
5
XS1 XS2 XS1 XS2
ROLL CALL
3 TE RS485 A 6

120R
F

197:1 198:1
LCEFCBG11 DOPMUL/ 4 120R
KDCMUL
XS1 XS2 XS1 XS2 6

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RAGESH.E.G K.MOHAN
Dept. Date Approver Product code
HCE 19.05.2015
NAVANEETHAN.T LCE
Issue Change description Date Des. by Appr. by

LANDING CALLS AND SIGNALS


H
POWER SUPPLY SEGMENTED SHAFT NETWORK
Sales ref. no. Drawing no. Issue Page

- 350045814E10 - 2
1 2 3 4 5 6

101:1-T DOP KDCTSDOP


SEE PAGE
A PROXIMITY SENSOR 864852E10
S2 Vdd OR
OUT X5
GND 1
864853E10
5V
2 SW INPUT2
S1 Vdd 3
OUT SW INPUT1
4 GND
GND

LOCKING
X6 XS1
1 +24V 1 +/24VDC
0/24V 2 0/24V
B 3 0/24V
2 GND 5 ROLL CALL
4 RS485 B
33V-1,5A 6 RS485 A
-SMD
TOUCH SCREEN X13
1 XS2
& 1 5V
1 +/24VDC
2
CONTROLLER 2 3 2 0/24V
3 4 3 0/24V
I2C INTERFACE 4 TP_INTERRUPT
5 5 ROLL CALL
5 GND
6
7 4 RS485 B
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C 6 RS485 A
8
1
2 X11
3 1 12V_BKLED
6 2 GND
LCD BACKLIGHT 7 3
8 4
X10
1 1 +3.2V SEE PAGE
2 2
3 3
864852E10
DPS
4 4 OR
D 5 5 864853E10
6 6 LVDS0_TX0_N
7 7 LVDS0_TX0_P
8 8
9 9 LVDS0_TX1_N
10 LVDS0_TX1_P
LVDS INTERFACE 10
11 11 LVDS0_TX2_N
12 12 LVDS0_TX2_P
13 13 GND X2
14 14 LVDS0_CLK_N RS232_RX 1
15 15 LVDS0_CLK_P RS232_TX 2
16 16 FRC 3 ACS
17 RS232_RTS
17 LVDS0_TX3_N RS232_CTS 4
18 18 LVDS0_TX3_P 5 RS232
E 19 19 AMODE GND 6
20 20 PWM_DIM/DPS
X3
KEYPAD RS485_A 1 ACS
A4

RS485_B 2
KDCDAB KDCKPD RS485
X1 J1 X4
1 1 1 X7
2 2 2 LAN
3 3 3
RJ45
ETHERNET
4 4 4 KEY_COL0 (CAT6)
5 5 5 KEY_COL1
F 6 6 6 KEY_COL2
7 7 7 KEY_ROW0
8 8 8 X8 X8:1
KEY_ROW1
9 9 9 KEY_ROW2 5V 1 1
10 10 10 KEY_ROW3 EXT_USB5V 2 2
11 11 11 KEY_ROW4 USB_OTG_DP 3 3
12 12 12 USB_OTG_DN 4 4
5 SHELL
5V 6 USB
X12 7 FEMALE
LOUDSPEAKER USB_H1_DP 8
1 - 9 TYPE A
2 USB_H1_DN
- + GND 10

G +

Designer Checker Language


K.Sinisaari A.Parviainen en
Dept. Date Approver Product c.

Issue Change Date Des Appr HCE 2013-05-07 M.Nevalainen LCE


LANDING CALLS AND SIGNALS
H
KDCTSDOP
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

- 50301204E10 - 1/1
1 2 3 4 5 6

101:1-T DOP SEE PAGE


A 864842E10
OR
864843E10

KDCDOP KDCMUL

DESTINATION INDICATOR XS1


J1 J5
1 1 +24V 1 +/24VDC
+5V
2 2 0/24V 2 0/24V
B 3 3 3 0/24V
4 4 5 ROLL CALL
5 5
6 6 4 RS485 B
7 7 6 RS485 A
8 8
9 9
10 10 XS2
11 11 1 +/24VDC
12 12 GND 2 0/24V
3 0/24V
LOCKING 5 ROLL CALL
Locally
J9 SI4 4 RS485 B
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C 0,5A 6 RS485 A
+24V 1
0/24V 2
3
Locking 4

J2 J7
1 1 +5V
KEYPAD 2 2
3 3 SEE PAGE
31:n 4 4 864842E10
5 5 OR
D 6 6
864843E10
7 7
8 8
9 9
10 10
11 11
GND 12 12 GND

J1
1
2
E LOUDSPEAKER - 3
+ 4
A4

J6
1
BusSelect
2
+15V
3
BusDataOut
4
5
BusDataIn
6
SEE PAGE
F 7 E10/5
BusClock
8
GND

XMM3

SD Card

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RAGESH.E.G K.MOHAN en
Dept. Date Approver Product c.

Issue Change Date Des Appr HCE 19.05.2015


NAVANEETHAN.T LCE
LANDING CALLS AND SIGNALS
H
KDCMUL
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

- 350045814E10 - 4
1 2 3 4 5 6

COPMUL/ See page


- E10/4 J6
A F2KMUL/ 1
KDCMUL BusSelect
+15V 2
3
BusDataOut
4
5
BusDataIn
6
7
BusClock
8
GND
CALL BUTTONS
F2KKIB J1 J1 F2KKIB
B 31:1 1 1
31:2
BusSelect BusSelect
2 2
+15V +15V
3 3
BusDataOut BusDataOut
4 4
+15V +15V
5 5
BusDataIn BusDataIn
6 6
GND GND
7 7
BusClock BusClock
8 8
GND GND
CALL BUTTON CALL BUTTON

F2KKIB J1 J1 F2KKIB
31:3 1 1
31:4
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C BusSelect
2 2
BusSelect
+15V +15V
3 3
BusDataOut BusDataOut
4 4
+15V +15V
5 5
BusDataIn BusDataIn
6 6
GND GND
7 7
BusClock BusClock
8 8
GND GND
CALL BUTTON CALL BUTTON

F2KKIB J1 J1 F2KKIB
31:5 1 1
31:6
BusSelect BusSelect
D +15V 2 2
+15V
3 3
BusDataOut BusDataOut
4 4
+15V +15V
5 5
BusDataIn BusDataIn
6 6
GND GND
7 7
BusClock BusClock
8 8
GND GND
CALL BUTTON CALL BUTTON

F2KKIB J1 J1 F2KKIB
31:n+1 1 1
31:n
BusSelect BusSelect
2 2
+15V +15V
E BusDataOut 3 3
BusDataOut
4 4
+15V +15V
5 5
BusDataIn BusDataIn
6 6
GND GND
7 7
BusClock BusClock
8 8
A4

GND GND
CALL BUTTON CALL BUTTON

FUNCTION BUTTONS
KEY SWITCHES

F2KKIB J1 J1 F2KKIB
1 1
BusSelect BusSelect
2 2
+15V +15V
3 3
BusDataOut BusDataOut
4 4
+15V +15V
5 5
BusDataIn BusDataIn
6 6
GND GND
7 7
BusClock BusClock
8 8
G GND GND
FUNCTION BUTTON FUNCTION BUTTON

Designer Checker Language


RAGESH.E.G K.MOHAN en
Dept. Date Approver Product c.

Issue Change Date Des Appr HCE 19.05.2015 NAVANEETHAN.T LCE

LANDING CALLS AND SIGNALS


H
KDCMUL
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

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1 2 3 4 5 6

TOPMOST FLOOR
XF2
J1 1 1 197:T
A F2KH7S +24V XS1
ChipSelect 2 2
176:T 3 3 LCEFCB 1
Clock 3
DataIn 4 4
5 5 2
GND 5
6
103:T F2KFB1 4
XF1
J2 1 1 +24V
+24V XS2
LED1 2 2
BUT1 3 3 1
LED2 4 4 2
BUT2 5 5 0/24V 3
B GND 6 6 5
XF3 4
116:T J2 1 1 6
F2KKS2 2 2
3 3
XF4
166:T J2 1 1
F2KFB1 2 2
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C INTERMEDIATE FLOORS
XF2
J1 1 1 197:2-(T-1)
F2KH7S +24V XS1
ChipSelect 2 2
176:2-(T-1) 3 3 LCEFCB 1
Clock 2
DataIn 4 4
5 5 3
GND 5
4
103:2-(T-1) 103:4-(T-1) F2KFB1 6
XF1
J2 1 1 +24V
F2KFB2 J3 +24V
2 2 XS2
D J1 1 +15V LED1
+15V 1 BUT1 3 3 1
LED2 2 2 LED2 4 4 2
BUT2 3 3 BUT2 5 5 0/24V 3
GND 4 4 GND 6 6 5
XF3 4
116:2-(T-1) J2 1 1 6
F2KKS2 2 2
3 3
XF4
166:2-(T-1) J2 1 1
F2KFB1 2 2
E

LOWERMOST FLOOR
XF2
A4

J1 1 1 197:1
F2KH7S +24V XS1
ChipSelect 2 2
176:1 3 3 LCEFCB 1
Clock 2
DataIn 4 4
5 5 3
GND 5
4
F 104:1 F2KFB1 6
XF1
J2 1 1 +24V
+24V XS2
LED1 2 2
BUT1 3 3 1
LED2 4 4 2
BUT2 5 5 0/24V 3
GND 6 6 5
XF3 4
116:1 J2 1 1 6
F2KKS2 2 2
3 3

G XF4
166:1 J2 1 1
F2KFB1 2 2

Designer Checker Language


J.Kantola A. Jokivalli en
Dept. Date Approver Product c.
LCM 15.04.2005 P. Huotari LCE
Issue Change Date Des Appr

LANDING CALLS AND SIGNALS


H
(FC) KSS
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Page

- 861397E10 - 1/1
1 2 3 4 5 6

CAR 84
-E04 PE D1/5 1
A 1/2 A/2 3 S2 2
PE X9
1/2 B/4 3
1 4
2

XM5/5 XC3/4 XT3/3


806 LCECCBN* XB16/2 D1/4
X19 OFF S1 ON
1
PC1 X6
-E04 2 2
XM5/4 XC3/5 XT3/4 230VAC XB16/1 D1/3 PC2
1/2 C2 1 MSE1 85
MSE2 1
SP0 X4 2
SP1 3
OFL
X1 RAIL1
B X10
XB28/1 NTC
INSPECTION SD SERVICE
K5 XB28/2
16 OPEN
XB28/4
K6
17 CLOSE G
XB28/5 VCC
RS485
XB28/7
10 OPEN END DOOR PANEL
XB29/2 PHOTOCELL X12
41
XB28/9 REOPEN
31 X13
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C XB28/8
POSITION
30 REFERENCE
BR1 X17
XB28/6 MSE1
G 0/24V 38
1 2 3 4 XB29/3 MSE1 SAFETY EDGE 82:1
GND
XB29/4
G 0/24V X18
MSE2
XB29/1 39
+24 +24V MSE2 SAFETY EDGE 82:2
GND
X2
X16
D 13 SAFETY EDGE +24V 49 1
9 CLOSE END 0/24V 48 1

WHEN X15
LCEABB +24V 45 1
44 1
See page
0/24V 46 1
989624E16
2 2 2
89 88
90 1
4
3
E 2
TX

RX
A4

1). CURTAIN OF LIGHT 89 88


2). PHOTOCELL

F 375 LCECPU
+24V
-E04 D3
0/24V XC11/2 XT1/2 0/24V
-E04 D3

TX+ XC12/1 XT2/1

G RS485 TX- XC12/2 XT2/2 RS485

Designer Checker Language


J.Kantola A. Jokivalli en
Dept. Date Approver Product c.
A LCEABB reference added 50/08 JPa
LCM 03.12.2004 P. Huotari LCE
Issue Change Date Des Appr

DOOR MODULE
H
AMD DRIVE 2/7 A-SIDE
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

- 856476E11 A 1
1 2 3 4 5 6

K487
XC1/5 K486 K443-1 K443-2 K553
14 13 14 13 14 13 22 21 3 4
A -E05 SAFETY CHAIN
XH2/3
1/1 D5

A) 230 VAC ADO/ACL (LCEADO) MODULE


XM5 B) 24 VDC ADO/ACL (LCEADOe) MODULE

-E04 2 A
230VAC
1/3 B2 1 A B
B
B A A
K486 K443-1 K443-2
K487
V57 B
21 22 22 21 21 22 A1 A2
& K487
43 44
A
B
K443-2 NOTE! A
A K487 K443-1
COPYRIGHT (C) 1997 KONE CORPORATION

C 3 4
33 34 33 34 A1 A2
B K443-2
B
& A 33 34 K4
B A A
2 1
V72
V58

K443-2 K486
A
D 43 44 33 34 K443-1
K443-1 NOTE!
43 44 A1 A2 3 4
K487 K486
B
13 14 43 44 K3
A 2 1
A
V69

E K486
X5 NOTE!
0/5V A1 A2 3 4
1
0/5V
2
A4

B
+5V
3 K2
30 OR 30B = 1.DOOR ZONE A 2 1
A
11
ADO/ACL ENABLE V32
12
ADO/ACL SPEED
F 13
ADO/ACL ALLOWED
14
NOTE!
ADO/ACL PERMIT K2, K3, K4 ONLY
15
ADO/ACL PRESENT WITH 230 VAC
16
61:U OR 61:N = 2.DOOR ZONE
18
ADO/ACL PRESENT
19
0/12V
20
+24V K553
G 22
2 1
+24V
23 V31
0/24V
24
0/24V
25

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C LCEADOe added 13/01 JKa HRCKVA
T.SYRMAN en
B Remove V38-40, Added K2-K4 42/99 TS Dept. Date Approved by
HECATA Product code

Issue Change description Date Des. by Appr. by


ECC 12.06.1998 LCE
H ADO/ACL- CIRCUIT

Sales ref. no. Drawing no. Issue Page

- 713310E14 C 1
1 2 3 4 5 6

722:1 LCEOPT 375 LCECPU


XM13B/1 XM13A/1 XM13/1
A +24V
XM13B/2 XM13A/2 XM13/2
0/24V
XM13B/3 XM13A/3 XM13/3
TX+
XM13B/4 XM13A/4 XM13/4
TX-
XM13B/5 XM13A/5 XM13/5 RS485
TX+
XM13B/6 XM13A/6 XM13/6
TX-
S1
1
B 0 INPUTS: 24-110VUC/4-18mA
F X5/1
FRD FIREMANS DRIVE
X5/2
FID1 1 FIRE DETECTION
J10 X5/3
FID2 2 FIRE DETECTION
X5/4
DIR INV
EPD1 EMERGENCY POWER DRIVE
J9 SIGNAL
X5/5
EPD2 EMERGENCY POWER DRIVE
FRONT REAR
PERMISSION
X5/6
EPD3 EMERGENCY POWER DRIVE
COPYRIGHT (C) 1997 KONE CORPORATION

C
FULL SERVICE
X5/7
OSS MRT/ OUT OF SERVICE
X6/1 X5/8
+24V_IO WSC WATER SENSOR
X6/2 X5/9
X7/1 X5/10
+24V_IO
X7/2 OUTPUTS: 12-240VUC/0.01-1A
GND_IO K1 X1/1
FIREMANS DRIVE
X1/2 RETURN
D FRD 1
X1/3
K2 X1/4
FIREMANS DRIVE
X1/5 SERVICE
FRD 2
X1/6
K3 X2/1
X2/2 DOOR SWITCH MADE
DCL
E X2/3
K4 X2/4
EPD1 X2/5 EMERGENCY POWER DRIVE
A4

X2/6
K5 X3/1
EPD2 X3/2 LIFT RUNNING
X3/3
F K6 X3/4
DOOR ZONE
EPD3 X3/5 LIFT STOPPED
X3/6
K7 X4/1
X4/2
OSI OUT OF SERVICE
X4/3
K8 X4/4
G X4/5
DAL-GP DISTURBANCE ALARM
X4/6

LCE OPT BOX 367


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Issue Change description Date Des. by Appr. by
H ADDITIONAL DEVICES

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- 350045814E15 - 1
1 2 3 4 5 6

CONTROL ROOM
A 230V
EMERGENCY POWER DRIVE N

SHAFT

SEP
B TO ANOTHER
EPS
722 LCEOPT
Sequencer 2 Sequencer 1 S1
LIFT 1
N 240V N 240V 1
0
PRESELECTED ELEVATORS PRESELECTED ELEVATORS F
REMOTE REMOTE
ON
EPD MODE OUT
ON
X2 EPD MODE OUT
COPYRIGHT (C) 2002 KONE CORPORATION

.1

.1
4 14
.2

.2
C
.3
.4

.3
.4
OFF OFF
COM.
ELEV

COM.
ELEV
ELEV

ELEV
ELEV
ELEV

ELEV
ELEV
PRESELECTED ELEVATORS 6 11
PRESELECTED ELEVATORS K4
INTERN ADDRESS 2 INTERN ADDRESS 1 5 12
.. .. 3 .. .. 2
REMOTE
REMOTE
INTERN

INTERN

2 1
1 0
"SLAVE" "MASTER" RUNNING
Elev.8 Elev.7 Elev.6 Elev.5 Elev.4 Elev.3 Elev.2 Elev.1 X3 RUNNING
1 14
714 714 714 714 714 714 714 714
D 2 11
715 715 715 715 715 715 715 715 K5
3 12

RETURNED
RETURNED
4 14
716 716 716 716 716 716 716 716
5 11
717 717 717 717 717 717 717 717 K6
6 12
E
LIFTS 5-8 = SEQUENSER 2 LIFTS 1-4 = SEQUENSER 1
LIFTS 9-12 = SEQUENSER 3 NOTE : MAX. 4 SEQUENSER IN SERIES
LIFTS 13-16 = SEQUENSER 4 X5
A4

(= 16 LIFTS)
1
2

Elev.8 Elev.7 Elev.6 Elev.5 Elev.4 Elev.3 Elev.2 Elev.1 3


4
F 712 712 712 712 712 712 712 712
5
713 713 713 713 713 713 713 713
6
7
8
9
711 711 711 711 711 711 711 711
120ohm 1W
10
120ohm 1W resistor RS2 RS1
-/24V
RS2 RS1
G in last EPS seguenser PAIR TWINNED 2X 0,40mm2
TO ANOTHER
EPS

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Dept. Date Approved by Product code

Issue Change description Date Des. by Appr. by


ECC 17.05.2002 P.Huotari LCE
H ADDITIONAL DEVICES
EMERGENCY POWER DRIVE EPS
Sales ref. no. Drawing no. Issue Page

- 811853E15 - 1
1 2 3 4 5 6

SHAFT
A 722:11 LCEOPT
X13B/1 XM13A/1
+24V +24V
X13B/2 XM13A/2
0/24V 0/24V
X13B/3 XM13A/3
TX+ TX+
RS485 X13B/4 XM13A/4
TX- TX-
RS485
X13B/5 XM13A/5
TX+ TX+
X13B/6 XM13A/6
TX- TX-
B F=0,65A X8/1

X8/2
XM30LCERAL
S1
X5/1 2 228:2
9 ALARM
A 21 24
B 1

J10 5
OPTION BOX
KM50013945G0* 6
COPYRIGHT (C) 2008 KONE CORPORATION

C DIR INV
J9

FRONT REAR X5/9 XM30


LCERAL
X6/2 X5/10 5 228:1
X7/2
GND_IO 6

EXTERNAL CONNECTIONS
XH40 ALARM RESET 24VDC
D -/24V 1

+24V 2

39:1
4

6 39:R
E
OUTPUTS ALARM RESET ON MAP
10-48VUC/0.02-2A KM1335085G03

K2 X1/4 9 EXTERNAL CONNECTIONS


A4

ACTIVATION
ALARM FILTERING 39:A OF ALARM
X1/5 1(-) 5(+) 10
FILTERING

4(11) 2(12) LCERAL/XM14/3 SEE PAGE


F LCECPU/XM14/3 E15.4/F3

NOTE: C-sw needed for EN81-28


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Issue Change description Date Des. by Appr. by
H ADDITIONAL DEVICES

Sales ref. no. Drawing no. Issue Page


- 350045814E15 - 3
1 2 3 4 5 6

CAR
A 375 LCECPU 806 LCECCB KNXRIF (KRM) F2KMUL
OR
F2KX99 (KNX)
OR
LCEALM 39
XT2/6 XB18/5 XS1/5 X12/5 J2/5 Alarm NC
J4/2
Alarm
XC12/6
XT2/4 XB18/3 XS1/3 X12/3 J2/3 J4/6

XC12/4 XB18/7 XS1/7 97


XT2/3 X12/7 J2/7 J5/8

XC12/3
XT2/5 XB18/8 XS1/8 X12/8 J2/8
B J5/9

XC12/5

+12V 0/12V
WHEN See page
12V ACU F - E18 C3
BATT.CHARGER
COPYRIGHT (C) 2003 KONE CORPORATION

DRIVE MODULE KDL16/KDM


D 750521G01 XM14/1 XBAT1/1
DCBL/DCBG See page
XM14/2 XBAT1/2 - E04 C2

OPTION BOX
KM50013945G0* to 228:2 LCERAL XM14
1335084G** see page-E15.5

E 228:LCERAL
XM14/1
+12V XM14/1 +12V
0/12V XM14/2 XM14/2 0/12V S2
ALARM XM14/3 XM14/3
A4

ALARM
HELP COMING XM14/4 XM14/4 HELP COMING 0...15s
S1

ALARM INHIBIT
39:A
11 12
F
X1/5 1(-) 5(+) K1
SEE PAGE
E15.3/F4 XH40/10
14 11
XM30/1
REMOTE ALARM XM30/3 24 21
CONTROL ROOM
Max. 50V/1A XM30/2 22 21
V12
XM30/4
G 10-30V XM30/5 S3 ALARM PRESSED

RESET ALARM XM30/6 RESET ALARM

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Dept. Date Approved by Product code
HCE 19.05.2015 NAVANEETHAN.T LCE
Issue Change description Date Des. by Appr. by
H ADDITIONAL DEVICES
LCE REMOTE ALARM
Sales ref. no. Drawing no. Issue Page

- 350045814E15 - 4
1 2 3 4 5 6

SHAFT
A
OPTION BOX
KM50013945G0*
228:1 LCERAL

XM14
1 S2
2
375 LCECPU XM14
3 0...15s
B RAL
4 Alarm inhibit Alarm pressed
S1
V12
K1
14 11

Reset alarm see page E15.3


XM30
C 5 Reset alarm
S3
6
10-30VDC !
COPYRIGHT (C) 2008 KONE CORPORATION

21 24 1
2 REMOTE ALARM
21 22 3
4

228:2 LCERAL

XM14
1 S2
E 2
3 0...15s
4 Alarm inhibit Alarm pressed
S1
A4

V12
K1
14 11

Reset alarm
F XM30
5 Reset alarm
S3
6
10-30VDC !

21 24 1
2 see page E15.3
21 22 3
4
G

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RAGESH.E.G K.MOHAN en
Dept. Date Approved by Product code
HCE 19.05.2015 NAVANEETHAN.T LCE
Issue Change description Date Des. by Appr. by
H LCE REMOTE ALARM

Sales ref. no. Drawing no. Issue Page

- 350045814E15 - 5
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
1 2 3 4 5 6

A
CAR ROOF

806 LCECCB*
B LCE/ACU
XS2 XS1 XB18
1 1 1 +24V - E07 A3
2 2 2
Emergency light
3 3 3
0/24V
4 4 4
TX-
5 5 5
Alarm
6 6 6
TX+
7 7 7
+12V
8 8 8
Help is coming
9 9 9
Intercom
10 10 10
Intercom
COPYRIGHT (C) 2008 KONE CORPORATION

D See page
- E08 B3
KNXRIF (KNX-M)
OR
F2KX99 (KNX-99)
OR
LCEALM
XS1 X12
1
F1/3A 1
2 2
3 3
E 4 4
5 5
6 6
7 7
8 8
9 9
A4

10 10
11
12
13
14

Designer Checker Language


J.Kantola P. Airaghi en
Dept. Date Approver Product c.

Issue Change Date Des Appr PCM 29.01.2008 T.Niinivaara LCE

LIFT ANNOUNCER
H
ACU F
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

- 885520E18 - 1
1 2 3 4 5 6
375 LCECPU CONTROL ROOM
XM18/4
100 806 LCECCB XB34/2 XB34/2 44:2 KNXRIF (KRM)
XM18/1
A 3 XB34/1 XB34/1 or
XM18/3 F2KX99 (KNX)

INTERCOM
44:3
S12/0,5A

2 CEL S XS1
XM18/2
1 CEL S
XC12/7 XT2/7
XB18/9 9 Intercom

XC12/8 XT2/8 XB18/10 10 Intercom


0/12V XC12/4 XT2/4 CONTROL XB18/2 WHEN WHEN 2 Emergency light
+12V XC12/3 XT2/3 CIRCUIT ACU F LCEABB
B XB18/7 7 +12V
XC12/6 XT2/6
ALARM XB18/5 5 Alarm
See page See page
XC12/5 HELP COMING XT2/5
XB18/8 - E18 C3 989624E16 8 Help is coming
+24V XC11/1 XT1/1
0/24V XC11/2 XT1/2 See Page

F2/2A
-E08 1B3

BATT. CHARGER
XL1/8 XL1/8
CAR
XL1/13 XL1/13
C
COPYRIGHT (C) 2011 KONE CORPORATION

XL1/14 XL1/14 XB32/2

MAP XL9/2 375:1 XB32/1 12VDC 227


XL9/3 - +
CAR LIGHT SUPERVISION

XL9/1 WHEN 65
XB35/2 LCEABB
WHEN CCBe

XL9/4
+12VDC XB35/1 See page

989624E16
CCB
CCBe
CCBe
CCB

D 1 100
4
INTERCOM XB15/1 43

2
K1 XB15/2
3
CCBe
CCBN XB13/1 45
XB13/2
XH11/2 CCBe
379 LCE230 XT3/6 CCBN
XH11/1 XC4/3 XB14/2 44
E 230VAC XC4/2 XT3/5 K2 XB14/1

SHAFT XM7/3

139 XM7/2 225


A4

H225/2 FRD EU SHAFT LIGHTING


L2 L3 SEE PAGE -E26 1/1
H225/5
290:3
L2 L3 H225/1
274 268:1
*SEE PAGE 290:1
F MAP -E04 1/2 236
I>30mA 1 2 2 1
MSW4 290:2
(L) 262 1 2 H157/1
MSW5
(L3) 2 1 2 1 1 2 157
262:1
SEE PAGE 268 H157/4 137
158 157
-E04 1/2 1 2 *E02 A2 A1
251 H157/3 157
MSW4
(N) H157/2
MSW5 4 3 4(N) 3(N)
(N) OPTIONAL
G WHEN NOCAB H157/5

PE SHAFT
Designer Checker Language
B Re-connected CCB signals to 45 31.7.2013ettessa
E.Riikonen / Jomine J.Kantola en
Dept.
A Added CEL S, 225 re connected 16-04-12 kaimma5
HAT
Date
2011-09-23
Approver Product c.

Issue Change description Date Des. by Appr. by


J.Helvil LCE

CAR/SHAFT
H
LIGHTING AND ALARM
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

1374526E23 B 1
1 2 3 4 5 6

SEP 880329G06
CONTROL ROOM
375 LCECPU OPTIONAL SINGLE
XM18/4 KM880329G10 DESK
A + INTERCOM
XM18/1 JUNCTION BOX
- CR a HELIX
XM18/3 CURRENT b Cable
S12/0,5A b CR
XM18/2 LIMITER
a
a

b 880329G**
B
0/12V CAR CAR ROOF 100:1
JUNCTION BOX
+12V a OPTIONAL
A a CAR ROOF
b B INTERCOM
b
a
SHAFT w
PIT
C MP MP MP MP
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JUNCTION BOX K100 11


A
B 14
-MP
-MP
-MP
-MP
100:1
INTERCOM 880329G09 COP
100:1
b INTERCOM
D a
a
b
AL
GND
MAP BR
XL1/13 XL1/13

XL1/14
Disconnected
XL1/14

XL9/2 375:1
E
XL9/3 MAIN FLOOR

100:1 (LS-) 10
100:1
A4

INTERCOM
(LS+) 9
INTERCOM (mic-) 8
b
(mic+) 7
a (GND) 6 133
(Ta) 5
(GND) 4
F 880329G07 (AL) 3
(a) 2
BR (b) 1
(CR)=WITH A CONTROL ROOM
(MP)= WITH A MAINTENANCE PHONE Connected (gn) 3
(gl) 2
(-MP)= WITHOUT A MAINTENANCE PHONE (-) 1

G FRD EN/RU SHAFT LIGHTING


SEE PAGE -E26 1/1 D5

Designer Checker Language


C PIT PHONE ADDED HECKSI 05/15 HOEJKA M. Manfredi P. Airaghi en
a & b wiring changed
B MAP wiring changed HECKSI 37/12 HOEJKA Dept. Date Approver Product c.
RES 22.09.2006 A. Jokivalli
Issue Change description Des. by Date Appr. by

CAR/SHAFT
H
ELICOM II INTERCOM FOR A SINGLE SYSTEM
Sales ref. no. Draw. no. Issue Page

880331E23 C 1/2
1 2 3 4 5 6
1375027G01 Induction loop X1
CAR CONNECTION BOX CON3 amplifier CON1 1
+12VDC 2 CAR ROOF
GND + (Option) +
- - 3 Antenna
A 1375029 4
I/P 1 I/P 2 5 1375028*
+- +-
CON2 6

Signal audio 1375346G01


KNXRIF X5 1375559*
1 2 3 4
770300G01 98
766 ACU
AUDIO CAR LIGHT DETECTOR
X4 770267G01 AUDIO Signal audio P3 (Option)
1 2
2 1

B 770230G01
XC9C J1 Alarm button
1 1 beneath the car
2 2
Beneath Alarm NC
3 3 39:3
4 4
5 5

770264G01 713856G01
XC9B J1 Alarm button
1 1 on car roof
2 2
2 Top Alarm NC
C 1 3 3 39:2
0 4 4
5 5
XC9B
GSM = 1
PSTn = 1-n X12
See delivery documents 14
13
Test Alarm 12
Copyright C 2002 KONE Corporation

COP Alarm NC 11
Speech contact 10
Intercom-B 9
Intercom-A 8
Alarm registered 7
+12V 6
D LON-B 5
See Page Alarm NO 4
LON-A 3
-E08 B2 0/24V 2
Emerg.light 1
+24V
F1/3A

801114G**

E
F2KMUL CAR CONTROL PANEL
J2
1
See Page 2
-E08 C3 3
A4

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
F 12
13
14

Designed by Checked by Language


C Induction loop added 38/10 MNo en
A.Zotti P. Airaghi
B ACU Reference added on p.2 05/08 JKa Dept. Date Approved by Product code
LCE
Issue Change description Date Des. by Appr. by
RES 02.10.2002 A. Jokivalli
Title
ADDITIONAL DEVICES
H
KRM
Sales ref. no. Drawing no. Issue Page

- 812301E24 C 1/2
1 2 3 4 5 6

CAR CONNECTION BOX KNXRIF


1 XS2
770268G01 X20 2
1 1 3
GSM 4
2 2
(Option) 5
3 3
. . 6
. . 7
. . 8
B 47 47 9
WHEN
48 48 10
49 49
ACU F See page
50 50 - E18 C3
1 XS1
+24V
Emerg.light 2
0/24V 3
LON-A 4
Alarm NO 5
LON-B 6
+12V 7
8
SIM See Page Alarm registered
Intercom-A 9
Card -E08 B2 Intercom-B 10
C
X7
1
2 713815G0x
770261G01
806 LCECCB*
Copyright C 2002 KONE Corporation

2 XB33
1

100 10 XB18
INTERCOM 9
D 8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
XT2/10
XT2/9
3 XT2/8
2 XT2/7
E XT2/4
1
XT2/3

CONTROL PANEL
A4

375 LCECPU XC12/3


XM18/1 XC12/4
XM18/2 XC12/7
XM18/3 XC12/8
XM18/4

F 770260G01 +12V 0/12V


TELEPHONE XC20/1
Network 1
2 XC20/2
(Option)
TO NEXT 1
OR LIFT 2

1
GSM 2
Gateway 230VAC
(Option)
OR
G XM18
TELEPHONE 12VDC
Network
Designed by Checked by Language
C Induction loop added p.1 38/10 MNo en
A.Zotti P. Airaghi
B ACU Reference added 05/08 JKa Dept. Date Approved by Product code
LCE
Issue Change description Date Des. by Appr. by
RES 02.10.2002 A. Jokivalli
Title
ADDITIONAL DEVICES
H
KRM
Sales ref. no. Drawing no. Issue Page

- 812301E24 C 2/2
1 2 3 4 5 6

SEP CAR 768973G01


379 LCE230 806 LCECCB
LCEADO XC3/1 XT3/1 XB9/1
47

XC3/2 XT3/2 XB9/2

C
Copyright C 2001 KONE Corporation

E
MAP
774358G01
SHAFT
A4

277
774390G*

F 147
XM9/2

XM9/1

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T. Tinti A. Jokivalli en
Dept. Date Approved by Product code
RES 29.10.2001 P. Huotari LCE
Issue Change description Date Des. by Appr. by

ADDITIONAL DEVICES
H
MAINTENANCE INTERCOM
Sales ref. no. Drawing no. Issue Page

- 781712E25 - 1/1
1 2 3 4 5 6

SEP/ CAR
CONTROL PANEL
A 375 LCECPU
806 LCECCB F2KX99 32 F2KMUL F2KKS2
OR J6 J1
KRM 1 1
2 2
BusSelect 71
+15V
XC11 XT1 XB18 XS1 X12 J2 3
4
3
4
BusDataOut
1 1 1 1 1 +15V
+24V 1 5 5
BusDataIn
TO RS485 6 6
GND
0/24V 2 2 3 3 3 3 7 7
BusClock
8 8
0/24V GND
B
FIREMANS SWITCH

722:1 LCEOPT
SHAFT
XM13 XM13:A X5 Firemans switch
1
+24V 1 1 FRD
GND
10 133
0/24V 2 2
COPYRIGHT (C) 2002 KONE CORPORATION

C
RS485 3 3
RS485 4 4 Fire detection at landings
RS485 5 5
X5 193 At every floor
FID B 2
RS485 6 6 10 193 193
GND

D
X5 18 Smoke detector
FID M 3
10
GND
XM13:B

FID G & FID M = FID G


ONLY WITH
CPU561

722:2 LCEOPT
MACHINE ROOM
X5
XM13:A

Disable 1. return floor


A4

7
FIDA1 193:A
8 193:B
FIDA2
Disable 2. return floor
10
GND
F

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A.Zotti P.Airaghi en
Dept. Date Approved by Product code
A FID G added 21.2.2011 JKa
Issue Change description Date Des. by Appr. by
RES 17.05.2002 A.Jokivalli LCE
H ADDITIONAL DEVICES
FIREMANS DRIVE
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SEP/
CAR F2KX99 32 F2KMUL F2KCDLA FIRE SERVICE
CONTROL PANEL KNXRIF J9 J1 BUZZER
A 806 LCECCB* 1 1
(+24)
375 LCECPU OR 2 2
(GND)
LCEALM
J6 J3 71:SC
1 1
XC11 XT1 XB18 XS1 X12 J2 2 2
BusSelect
+15V
+24V 1 1 1 1 1 1
3 3
BusDataOut
4 4
TO RS485 +15V
0/24V 2 2 3 3 3 3
5 5
BusDataIn
6 6
GND
0/24V 7 7
BusClock
8 8
GND
B 1 J2
2

XM13 XM13:A 722:1 J6 J1 F2KKS2


1 1
BusSelect 71
+24V 1 1 LCEOPT 2 2
+15V
3 3
BusDataOut
0/24V 2 2 4 4
+15V
5 5
BusDataIn
RS485 3 3 6 6
GND
7 7
BusClock
RS485 4 4 8 8
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C GND
RS485 5 5
FIREMANS SWITCH
RS485 6 6

X5 713214G0* Firemans switch


1
MAP FRD
10
GND
FRD EU MODULE
X1 133
D 872855G0* 4
Fire detection at landings
K268:1 5
X5 193 At every floor
- + FID B 2

14 11 X8 10 193 193
1 GND

2
SHAFT LIGHTING SHAFT
E SEE PAGE
X5
XM13:B

-E23 1/1 FID M 3 18 Smoke detector

10
GND
A4

FID G & FID M = FID G


ONLY WITH
CPU561
722:2 LCEOPT
X5
XM13:A

Disable 1. return floor


7
F FIDA1 193:A
8 193:B
FIDA2
Disable 2. return floor
10
GND

CONTROL PANEL DRIVE


G KM766436G0* C2 4
X3
+24V
ONLY WITH 3
0/24V
V3F18 C3

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KGC:1 COM1 1343770G01 EIA-232/J5 S1 POWER/J3 OUT IN


TX+ 2 2 TX+ ON/Up +24V 1 1 +24V L 1
TX- 3 3 TX- 0/24V 2 2 0/24V N 2 SEE PAGE
A 5 5 GND 1 2 345678
OFF/
PE 3
GND Down 864842E01
732:1 TX+ 1 251:1
NETWORK/J1 TX- 2 POWER
NETWORK ADAPTER
COM2 EIA-232/J5 S1 IN
2 2 TX+
POWER/J3 OUT
TX+ ON/Up L 1
3 3 TX-
+24V 1 1 +24V
TX- 0/24V 2 2 0/24V
N 2 SEE PAGE
5 5 GND OFF/
GND 1 2 345678
Down
PE 3 864842E01
251:2
X1A NETWORK 1 732:2 TX+ 1 POWER
1 NETWORK/J1 TX- 2
B 2 -E06 NETWORK ADAPTER
SERIAL NET

XG1
X1A 1
1 2 -E06
2
XG5
X1B 1
1 2
NETWORK 2 3
2
-E06 4
SERIAL NET

X1B XG1
C 1 1
2 2 -E06
LON ADAPTER MODULE 1
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PC-LAN E-Link

D SUPPLIED LOCALLY
1343770G02
KGC:2

PC-LAN PC-LAN

E
X1A LON ADAPTER MODULE 2

864842E01
OUT IN

SEE PAGE
1
2 1 +24V L 1
2 0/24V N 2
SERIAL NET

PE 3
A4

X1A 251:1
1
2 POWER
120 Ohm./0.5W
864842E01

IN
SEE PAGE

X1B OUT
1 +24V
L 1
1 N 2
F 2 2 0/24V
PE 3
SERIAL NET

732:1 POWER/J3
NETWORK ADAPTER 251:2
X1B +24V 1
0/24V 2 POWER
1 EIA-232/J5
2
2 TX+ NETWORK/J1 XG1
120 Ohm./0.5W 3 TX- TX+ 1 1
5 GND TX- 2 2
COM1
TX+ 2 XG5
TX- 3 1
GND 5 732:2 2
POWER/J3
NETWORK ADAPTER +24V 1 3
G COM2 EIA-232/J5 4
0/24V 2
TX+ 2 2 TX+
TX- 3 3 TX- NETWORK/J1 XG1
5 5 GND
1 1
GND TX+
TX- 2 2

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350045814 350045815/16

ACU CODE
DIMENSION
FLOOR MARKING
SIDE
B FLOOR

32 -- -- ----- --- 32 -- -- ----- ---


31 -- -- ----- --- 31 -- -- ----- ---
30 -- -- ----- --- 30 -- -- ----- ---
29 -- -- ----- --- 29 -- -- ----- ---
28 -- -- ----- --- 28 -- -- ----- ---
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C 27 -- -- ----- --- 27 -- -- ----- ---


26 -- -- ----- --- 26 -- -- ----- ---
25 -- -- ----- --- 25 -- -- ----- ---
24 -- -- ----- --- 24 -- -- ----- ---
23 -- -- ----- --- 23 -- -- ----- ---
22 -- -- ----- --- 22 -- -- ----- ---
21 -- -- ----- --- 21 -- -- ----- ---
20 -- -- ----- --- 20 -- -- ----- ---
19 -- -- ----- --- 19 -- -- ----- ---
D
18 -- -- ----- --- 18 -- -- ----- ---
17 -- -- ----- --- 17 -- -- ----- ---
16 -- -- ----- --- 16 -- -- ----- ---
15 -- -- ----- --- 15 -- -- ----- ---
14 -- -- ----- --- 14 -- -- ----- ---
13 -- -- ----- --- 13 -- -- ----- ---
12 A 9 ----- --- 12 A 9 ----- ---
11 A 8 3900 --- 11 A 8 3900 ---
E 10 A 7 3900 --- 10 A 7 3900 ---
9 A 6 3900 --- 9 A 6 3900 ---
8 A 5 3900 --- 8 A 5 3900 ---
7 A 4 3900 --- 7 A 4 3900 ---
A4

6 A 3 3900 --- 6 A 3 3900 ---


5 A 2 3900 --- 5 A 2 3900 ---
4 A 1 3900 --- 4 A 1 3900 ---
3 DD -- 2855 --- 3 DD -- 2855 ---
* 2 A 0 2855 --- * 2 A 0 2855 ---
F 1 N -1 3820 --- 1 A -1 3820 ---
* MAIN FLOOR * MAIN FLOOR
** TRANSFER FLOOR ** TRANSFER FLOOR

SIDE codes:
A = A-side served floor
C = C-side served floor
AC = Both sides served
E = Emergency exit floor
N = Non-served floor
G
DD = Dummy/virtual floor
EZ = Express zone

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150 150
150 75 300 300
4 75
150 150

150 150
150 75 300 300
3 75
150 150
L1
N
C
S 77:S when

Min. 150
(White) a) L1>h1
(White)
b) L1>h2
S NOTE! when
L1SB > L1 => L1SB = L1/2
N
Copyright C 2004 KONE Corporation

SERVED FLOOR OR
150 150 Min.200 NOT SERVED FLOOR
150 75 300 300
2 75
D 150 150
L1
(White)
S h1
N
(White)
S

CAR POSITION = BOTTOM FLOOR N


h1/2
=L1SB
E 61:U
30 B30 77:N 77:U 77:S 68:U
152 51
1
150
A4

61:N SLS

30 Door zone Note! Speed L1=>


B30 Door zone m/s mm
51 Final limit switch 0,5 750
61:N Levelling switch 1.0 1200
61:U Levelling switch
1.6 2700
77:N Normal terminal stopping
77:U Normal terminal stopping 1.75 3000
G 77:S Synchronization switch 2.0 3700
2.5 5500
Clarified texts, "when 77:S is needed".
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H
LOWERMOST FLOOR
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150 B-SIDE
150 75 300
T-1 75
150 SERVED FLOOR

B h/3

150 75
ELF 75

h/3
10000< h <15000
C

150 75
ELF 75
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h/3

D 150
150 75 300 A-SIDE
3 75
150 SERVED FLOOR

*)h/2

5000< h <10000
150 75 ELF =
E ELF 75
NOT SERVED FLOOR
A4

*)h/2

150 150 A-SIDE & B-SIDE


150 75 300 300
2 75
F 150 150 SERVED FLOOR
61:U 30 B30
61:N Note!
30 Door zone EXTRA LONG FLOOR TO FLOOR DISTANCE
B30 Door zone
61:N Levelling switch If floor to floor
distance exceeds 5M(=H)
61:U Levelling switch dummy floor is needed.
G

C No changes on this page. 11.03.2010 ettejsa


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H
INTERMEDIATE FLOORS
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2000
CAR POSITION = TOP FLOOR

61:U
30 B30 77:N 77:U 77:S 150
152 51 68:U
T
61:N SLS
h2/2
B =L1ST
N
S
(White)
N
S
L1 (White)
h2

150 150 Min.200


150 75 300 300
T-1 75 SERVED FLOOR OR
C 150 150
NOT SERVED FLOOR

N 77:S when
S a) L1>h1
b) L1>h2
Min. 150

(White)
Copyright C 2004 KONE Corporation

(White) NOTE! when


S L1ST > L1 => L1ST = L1/2

N
D
150 150 L1
150 75 300 300
T-2 75
150 150

E
A4

150 150
150 75 300 300
T-3 75
150 150

F Note!
Speed L1=>
m/s mm
30 Door zone
0,5 750
B30 Door zone
51 Final limit switch 1.0 1200
61:N Levelling switch 1.6 2700
61:U Levelling switch 1.75 3000
77:N Normal terminal stopping
2.0 3700
77:U Normal terminal stopping
G 2.5 5500
77:S Synchronization switch
Clarified texts, "when 77:S is needed".
C Oscill. dimension 162mm to 152mm 11.03.2010 ettejsa
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SHAFT LAYOUT
H
TOPMOST FLOOR
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LIGHTING

A MAP

BRAKE RELEASE CAM


B
COPYRIGHT (C) 2001 KONE CORPORATION

C TOP MODULE
OPTION SEE DRAWING E90/3

D
BOARDS

OPTION
A4

SWITCH MODULE

BOTTOM MODULE
SEE DRAWING E90/2

OPTION
G
LIGHTING
SHAFT

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39 270 270
RB
A
REMOTE ALARM BUTTON

R
S1

X3
B S2 BDT
OPTION
274

FRD * EU
OPTION
268
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C
268:1
236 290 290
1 2

SEGMENTED SHAFT NETWORK


OPTION
D CONTROL FUSE
TEST

OPTION
262:1

FRD UK
220 262 F10

OPTION
FIREMANS
DRIVE
E
FIREMANS
DRIVE
1
A4

ISM
OPTION
F

G
SHAFT LIGHT

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A LIGHTING

LCESIB
B BRAKE RELEASE CAM
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SCN M , TCT N SCN M , TCT N


OPTION
D
ISE
OPTION
XL8
XL1 XL9
S14

S15

F1

OSG TEST

E
D10

D3

D22

D24

D8

D26
D22

D22
UP CALL
D25

MENU SELECT CAR CALL


S6
S7

KONE Elevators
A4

S4

ACCEPT
375:1 LOPCB
DOWN CALL

INHIBIT
DOOR OPENING
S13

INHIBIT
RDF LANDING CALLS S11

UP RS232 MODE
XL7
F
S2

S16

RDF
DW S1

OFFSET
R127

GAIN
TP1

F2

XL2
XL3 XL4 XL5 XL6

XLH9 XLH1 XLH2


XLH3

G
XLH8

F3 F2 F1

KONE Elevators
XLH4

379:1 LOP230

XLH7 XLH6 XLH5

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POWER SUPPLY UNIT

B
723 LCEREC

TOP MODULE
SEE DRAWING 1374514E91
COPYRIGHT (C) 2011 KONE CORPORATION

C
375 LCECPU561

D
379 ADO/ADOE
LCE230

E
379
A4

F OPTIONS MODULE
E90/6
SEE DRAWING

ADDITIONAL DEVICES

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TRANSFORMER POWER SUPPLY UNIT


B

KONE Elevators
723 LCEREC
COPYRIGHT (C) 2011 KONE CORPORATION

D
KONE Elevators
375 LCECPU561

E
A4

KONE Elevators
379 LCE 230+ADO/ACL

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B
COPYRIGHT (C) 2011 KONE CORPORATION

C
XW
XH15

X2 X7 XG5 XG1B XG1A

F1

XS2 XH15
371:1 LCEGTWO
X3
D
XS1

XS1

X3
371:2 LCEGTWO
KONE Elevators
XH15 XS2
FRD FR

F1
E
XG1A XG1B XG5 X7 X2
A4

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A SIGMA/DELTA CALLS AND SIGNALS

SEE PAGE
SIGMA DELTA NOTE!
-E02 713872G0* 661522-24G0* Landing calls and signals

B -E03 713220G0* 661508G0* (100) Intercom


713229G0* 661511G0* (39) KNX/Alarm
713834G0* 661505G0* (34) Door open button
713835G0* 661504G0* (34:S) Door close button
713221G0* 661507G0* (34:E) Door extension
713838G0* 777648G0* (36) Car lighting
COPYRIGHT (C) 2000 KONE CORPORATION

C
713837G0* 661512G0* (37) Car fan
713819G0* 661506G0* (96) Car position

(&-E09) 713218G0* 661520-21G0* (31:*) Car call buttons


or
751222G0*
D
-E24 713231G0* 661510G0* (39:1) Alarm button
713229G0* 661511G0* (39) KNX/Alarm

EURECA/MCD CAR WIRING DIAGRAM


E
SEE PAGE
EURECA MCD NOTE!
A4

-E03 713203G0* 602162G0* (52) Safety gear contact


713204G0* 728772G0* (57) Emergency exit contact
713201G0* 728774G0* (43) Car fan
F 713200G0* 728773G0* (44) Car light

MONOSPACE TRANSYS NOTE!

-E03 713859G0* 728783G0* (51) Final limit switch


G

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Technical Documentation

2.3 Basic Characteristics of Safety Components


SAFETY COMPONENT EDMS number of CERTIFICATE NO.
the certificate
Overspeed Governor
OL35 CT-04.01.001 TV-A-AT-1/98/001 CEGB/5

Safety Gear, Progressive


SGB 01 CT-07.01.020 TV-A-AT-1/99/001 CEFV/1

Landing Door Locking Devices


AMDL1-R2-EN CT-03.01.069 TV-A-AT-1/00/016 CETV/2

Car Door Locking Devices


AMDC1-R2 CT-03.01.211 TV-A-AT-1/99/006 FKTV/4

Oil Buffers
OB20 CT-05.01.012 QSCH 001-8

Safety Circuits (LCE electrification)


LCECCB incl. printed circuit board CT-10.01.098 06367/1
713713H07
LCECCBe iKM50025437H02 CT-10.01.152 06367/2
LCE230 713120G01 and G02 incl. CT-10.01.083 04276
printed circuit board 713123H04
LCE230 ADO/ACL (713163H04 or CT-10.01.044 01197
H06) Certificate of conformity
LCEADO 713160G01 and G02 rev. 2,6 CT-10.01.078 01197/1
incl. printed circuit board 713163H06
LCEADO 713160G02 rev. 2,7 CT-10.01.099 01197/2
including printed circuit board
713167H06
KM50006053 H03 LCEADOe CT-10.01.147 11568/1
KDM Inverter Drive with one main CT-11.65.011 09535/2
contactor
LCE-KDM40 CT-10.01.115 153815

Unintended Car Movement


UCM CT-01.01.115 09522/8

Ascending protection
MX 10 CT-04.01.051 00112/5

Note: If an EC Type Examination Certificate is updated, that updated version can also be used provided that
the safety component can be used for the same application range.

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2.4 Basic Characteristics for Ropes


2.4.1 Suspension Rope
1)
ROPE TYPE NOMINAL E-modulus METALLIC WEIGHT MINIMUM
2
(Grade / construction) DIAMETER kN/mm AREA (kg/m) BREAKING
2
(mm) (mm ) LOAD
(kN)
PAWO F3
1570 N/mm
2
8 75 27.5 0.24 36.2
(8x19S+8x7+FC)
1)
After running in period.

2.4.2 Overspeed Governor Rope


1)
ROPE TYPE NOMINAL E-modulus METALLIC WEIGHT MINIMUM
2
(Grade / construction) DIAMETER kN/mm AREA (kg/m) BREAKING
2
(mm) (mm ) LOAD
(kN)
PAWO F1
6x19S + FC 6.0 45 13.8 0.13 21.0
2
1770 N/mm
1)
After running in period.

2.4.3 Compensation Cable


Type Weight Fixing distance L Chain size (mm) Cable external
(kg/m) (mm) diameter D (mm)
QL15 2.2 610 7.0 35.0

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3. MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
3.1 General Maintenance Instructions for the Elevator ............................................. 3
3.1.1 Introduction And General Information ........................................................................... 3
3.1.1.1 Special Signs and Notices ................................................................................. 5
3.1.1.2 Definitions ........................................................................................................ 6
3.1.1.3 KONE MonoSpace Machine-Room-Less Elevator .............................................. 8
3.1.1.4 Component Layout and Description ................................................................. 9
3.1.1.5 Machine ......................................................................................................... 10
3.1.1.6 Shaft Electrification Panel (SEP) ....................................................................... 10
3.1.1.7 Maintenance Access Panel (MAP) .................................................................... 10
3.1.1.8 Overspeed Governor....................................................................................... 10
3.1.1.9 Landing And Car Doors .................................................................................. 10
3.1.1.10 Elevator Car .................................................................................................... 11
3.1.1.11 Counterweight ............................................................................................... 11
3.1.1.12 Guide Rails ...................................................................................................... 11
3.1.1.13 Buffers ............................................................................................................ 11
3.1.1.14 Elevator Ropes ................................................................................................ 11
3.1.1.15 Signalisation ................................................................................................... 11
3.1.1.16 Safety Gear ..................................................................................................... 11
3.1.1.17 Brakes ............................................................................................................. 11
3.1.1.18 Emergency Battery Drive (EBD A Or EBD M) ................................................... 11
3.1.2 Health & Safety .............................................................................................................. 12
3.1.2.1 General Risk Assessments ................................................................................ 12
3.1.2.2 Elevator Safety Precautions.............................................................................. 13
3.1.2.3 Hazardous Substances .................................................................................... 14
3.1.2.4 Safety Components ........................................................................................ 15
3.1.2.5 Hazards .......................................................................................................... 15
3.1.3 Owners Obligations ...................................................................................................... 16
3.1.4 Maintenance Company Responsibilities........................................................................ 18
3.1.5 Before You Contact KONE Maintenance By The Owner ............................................ 20
3.1.6 Pre-Maintenance Procedures ........................................................................................ 22
3.1.7 During Maintenance ...................................................................................................... 24
3.1.8 After-Maintenance Procedures...................................................................................... 25
3.1.9 Cleaning ......................................................................................................................... 26
3.1.9.1 Cleaning The Walls ......................................................................................... 26
3.1.9.2 Cleaning The Ceiling ...................................................................................... 27
3.1.9.3 Cleaning The Floor ......................................................................................... 27
3.1.9.4 Cleaning The Handrails And Buffer Rails .......................................................... 28
3.1.9.5 Cleaning The Seat ........................................................................................... 28
3.1.9.6 Cleaning The Signalisation .............................................................................. 29
3.1.9.7 Cleaning The Tenant Directory ....................................................................... 30
3.1.9.8 Changing Elevator Lighting............................................................................. 30
3.1.10 Inspections By Competent Persons ............................................................................... 31
3.1.11 Preventative Maintenance ............................................................................................. 32
3.1.12 Planned Periodic Maintenance ...................................................................................... 34
3.1.13 Lubrication ..................................................................................................................... 36
3.1.13.1 Lubrication of Guide Rails ............................................................................... 36
3.1.13.2 Lubrication of Suspension Ropes ..................................................................... 36
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3.1.14 Maintenance Of An Elevator Having Stand-by Mode Enabled ..................................... 37


3.1.15 Environment .................................................................................................................. 38
3.1.15.1 KONE's Environmental Policy .......................................................................... 38
3.1.15.2 Building Efficiency........................................................................................... 38
3.1.15.3 Energy Savings ............................................................................................... 38
3.1.15.4 Long Lasting Product ...................................................................................... 38
3.1.15.5 Materials Used In The Elevator ........................................................................ 39
3.1.15.6 Packaging Materials ........................................................................................ 39
3.1.15.7 Final disposal of an elevator ............................................................................ 39
3.1.16 Additional Maintenance For Vandal Resistant Elevators .............................................. 40
3.1.17 Spare Parts ..................................................................................................................... 41
3.2 Maintenance Instructions For Safety Components ............................................ 42
3.2.1 Landing Door Locks ....................................................................................................... 42
3.2.2 Car Door Locks ............................................................................................................... 44
3.2.3 Safety Gear .................................................................................................................... 45
3.2.3.1 AQ32 Safety Gear ........................................................................................... 45
3.2.3.2 CSGB-01 Safety Gear ...................................................................................... 48
3.2.3.3 USG-25P or SGB 08 Safety Gear ...................................................................... 51
3.2.3.4 SGB 01, 02, 03 and 05 Safety Gears................................................................ 52
3.2.4 MX 10 Machine Brake.................................................................................................... 54
3.2.5 OL35 Overspeed Governor ............................................................................................ 62
3.2.6 Polyurethane Buffers ..................................................................................................... 66
3.2.7 Oil Buffers ...................................................................................................................... 67
3.2.8 Maintenance Instructions For Ropes ............................................................................. 68
3.2.9 UCM With Doors Open Prevention According To EN 81-1 A3 ..................................... 68
3.3 Periodical Inspections .......................................................................................... 69
3.3.1 Safety ............................................................................................................................. 70
3.3.2 Tools ............................................................................................................................... 70
3.3.3 Performing One-Sided Electrical Braking Test And UCM Test 1 of 2 (With 0% Load) 71
3.3.4 Performing UCM Test 2 of 2 (With 0% Load)............................................................... 73
3.3.5 Final Limit Switch Tests ................................................................................................. 75
3.3.5.1 Testing The Upper Limit Switch ...................................................................... 75
3.3.5.2 Testing The Lower Limit Switch ...................................................................... 76
3.3.6 Traction Tests................................................................................................................. 78
3.3.6.1 Testing Traction (1 of 2) ................................................................................. 78
3.3.6.2 Testing Traction (2 of 2) ................................................................................. 79
3.3.7 Buffer Tests .................................................................................................................... 81
3.3.7.1 Testing The Car Buffers ................................................................................... 81
3.3.7.2 Testing The Counterweight Buffer................................................................... 83
3.3.8 Overspeed Governor Tests ............................................................................................ 85
3.3.8.1 Testing The Overspeed Governor Tripping (Car) ............................................. 85
3.3.8.2 Testing The Overspeed Governor Tripping (Counterweight) ........................... 88
3.3.9 Safety Gear Tests ........................................................................................................... 90
3.3.9.1 Testing The Car Safety Gear ............................................................................ 90
3.3.9.2 Testing The Counterweight Safety Gear .......................................................... 93

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3.1 General Maintenance Instructions for the Elevator


3.1.1 Introduction And General Information
Maintenance is defined as all the necessary operations to ensure the safe and intended functioning of the
installation and its components after the completion of the installation and throughout its life cycle.
Additional information is contained in BS EN 13015 Maintenance for lifts and escalators Rules for
maintenance instructions.

The work undertaken can either be remedial or preventative. Remedial work is the rectification or repair work
after faults or failure have occurred and may be costly. The aim of preventative work is to minimise faults or
failures and so reduce costs.

Clearly the main effort must be directed to preventing failures and to maintaining first rate performance of the
equipment. This involves careful, regular and methodical observation and action. By following the
instructions in this manual you will ensure safe, comfortable and reliable elevator service for the users and also
increase the longevity of your elevator and thus better retain your investment's value.

Elevators, like all transportation equipment, require maintenance to operate reliably. An operational elevator is
an important safety element of your building. It avoids the risks involved in the use of stairs and is essential for
the transport of elderly and disabled persons. Preventative maintenance in accordance with this manual will
help you ensure a safe and continuously working elevator for the occupants of your building.
With proper maintenance you will:
1. Ensure better safety for elevator users.
2. Better retain the value of your investment.
3. Increase the service life of your elevator.
4. Ensure a more comfortable ride for elevator users.
5. Reduce the number of elevator stoppages due to breakdown.

SAFETY NOTICE If you detect any abnormal behaviour in any of the


Notice
components of your elevator, contact your maintenance company immediately.

SAFETY NOTICE It must be ensured that a competent maintenance company,


Notice as defined in Section 3.1.1, performs the maintenance activities.
The responsibilities in Section 3.1.3 and 3.1.4 should be noted.

KONE as the elevator manufacturer has the best understanding of the maintenance requirements of KONE
elevators. KONE is committed to optimising the equipments performance by :-
using skilled people backed by the latest technology
constantly developing new maintenance methods and techniques
offering tailored and optimised maintenance programs
training committed professionals to focus on the customer and his needs
delivering maintenance services that focus on maximising equipment reliability, availability and safety
taking into consideration particular, specific technical requirements of the equipment
paying attention to specific needs of the building use
providing 24/7 service

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3.1.1 Foreword Continued

KONE service can provide you with the best service and value. As the designer and manufacturer of your
elevator, we know the elevator's operating specifications and ensure optimal performance by maintaining the
elevator in compliance with those specifications.

With the help of the original wiring diagrams, installation manuals and technical drawings, we are the best
experts on what, when and how to maintain and repair in your elevator. KONE service personnel are
specifically trained to maintain your elevator with the help of our global technical support and the modern
tools available to our maintenance teams at all times.

KONE spare parts are available quickly through our global parts network and the parts for upgrades are
designed specifically for your KONE elevator. KONE also offers global technical support to help you with any
questions you have concerning your elevator.

With the help of the remote monitoring system you can establish a 24-hour connection between the elevator
and KONE service. KONE service can constantly monitor your elevator and instantly detect any abnormal
behaviour using the remote monitoring system.

KONE service offers you 24-hour top quality call out service that ensures the correct functioning of your
elevator. For more information, contact your local KONE service office. Contact information is provided in
Section 0 of this document.

The purpose of this manual is to assist as a guide in this work. It also draws attention to points concerning
safety, both for those working on the equipment and for those using it as passengers. Safety and reliability are
KONE's primary concerns and have been strongly emphasised in the design, manufacture, installation and
maintenance processes of this Elevator.

This manual is intended as a guide for the elevator owner / building occupier but contains procedures that
should only be used by competent persons. Only suitably trained persons should attempt to carry out the
maintenance and rescue operations detailed herein.

This manual should be stored so that it is accessible to authorised persons if


Notice
needed, such as in the control cabinet of the elevator.

MANUAL RELEASE MUST ONLY BE CARRIED OUT BY TRAINED AND


Danger
COMPETENT PERSONS.

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3.1.1.1 Special Signs and Notices


To make the manual easier to use, special symbols and notices are used to point out procedures which require
special attention. The following table describes the meaning of the symbols and their relative urgency

Degree of potential
Symbol Notice Likelihood of occurrence
injury or damage
Will occur if the notice is
Danger Severe
ignored.

Can occur if the notice is


Warning Severe
ignored.

Can occur if the notice is


Risk of electric shock Severe
ignored.

Can occur if the notice is


Risk of falling Severe
ignored.

Can occur if the notice is


Risk of stumbling Minor
ignored.

Will or can occur if the


Notice Minor
notice is ignored.
No occurrence. Used for
special instructions which are
Note None
important but not related to
hazards.

The following table describes the symbols used yn this manual to represent various operation instructions.

Symbol Description

Loosen the screw. DO NOT remove it.

Tighten the screw fully.

Wear Safety Gloves.

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3.1.1.2 Definitions

Maintenance All the necessary operations to ensure the safe and intended functioning of the installation
operations and its components after : the completion of the installation and throughout its life cycle.
Maintenance includes :-
a) lubrication, cleaning, etc.;
However, the following cleaning operations can be not considered as maintenance :
1) cleaning of the external parts of the well;
2) cleaning of the inside of the car.
b) checks;
c) passenger rescue operations;
d) the operations of setting and adjustment;
e) repair or changing of components which may occur due to wear or tear and do not
affect the characteristics of the installation.

The following are not considered as maintenance operations :-


a) changing of a major component such as the machine, the car, the control panel,
etc., or safety component such as safety gear, etc., even if the characteristics of the
new component are the same as the original;
b) replacement of the installation;
c) modernisation of the installation, including the changing of any characteristic of
the installation (such as speed, load, etc.);
d) rescue operations carried out by Fire Brigades.

Maintenance A company or part of a company where competent maintenance persons carry out
Company maintenance operations on behalf of the owner of the installation. (Refer to BS EN 13015)
The maintenance company must ensure that:
Risk assessments are carried out for every maintenance operation (including cleaning) on
the installation and for every task to be undertaken, taking into account the installer's
maintenance instructions.
Maintenance work is carried out in conformity with the relevant regulations, instructions
and in line with the safety policy of the maintenance company.
The maintenance operations are carried out by maintenance persons who are "competent"
according to the nature of the intervention, provided with the instructions and the
necessary tools and equipment in accordance with the regulations regarding Health &
Safety at Work.
Any call back is taken care of as soon as possible; most maintenance companies provide a
24 hour call out service. The call out response time, from the call to the arrival on site,
must be in accordance with the nature of the call, giving priority to the rescue of persons.
A remote monitoring system can provide information for response to the rescue.
The competence of the maintenance personnel is continuously updated.
The maintenance company should carry adequate and proper insurance cover provided by
a recognised insurance company.

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3.1.1.2 Definitions Continued

Competent Is a competent maintenance engineer as defined in BS EN 13015.


Maintenance
Has been trained in the maintenance procedures of this elevator to enable a true
Person
assessment of its condition for continued safe operation.
Is supported within his or her company
Owner of the The natural or legal person who has the power of disposal of the elevator and takes the
elevator responsibility for its operation and use.
Handover of The point in time at which the installer makes the elevator available to the owner for the
elevator first time.
Emergency An abnormal situation in which persons require outside assistance.
Fault A situation in which safe operation of the elevator, for its intended use, is restricted or
impossible.
Manufacturer The natural or legal person who takes responsibility for the design, manufacture, placing on
the market, either of safety components for elevators or of machinery (service elevators and
accessible goods only elevators).
Installer The natural or legal person who takes responsibility for the design, manufacture, placing on
the market, installation and handover of the elevator, including its safety components.
Installation The completely installed passenger elevator or goods/passenger elevator or accessible
goods only elevator.
Rescue The operation starting after receiving notification of a person(s) trapped in a lift and
Operation finishing by releasing the trapped person(s).
Notified Body An independent body with Quality Assurance, elevator experience, professional integrity
and technical competence, appointed by an EU Member State.
Repair Replacement or repair of defective and/or worn components
Safety Components which are defined as safety components in the EU Lifts Directive (95/l6/EC-
components Annex IV).

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3.1.1.3 KONE MonoSpace Machine-Room-Less Elevator

KONE's MonoSpace elevator is a 2:1 roped traction


elevator with a side counterweight. It maximises
both vertical and horizontal space efficiency.

KONE MonoSpace eliminates the need for a separate


machine room.

In traditional elevator systems the machinery of the


elevator has been mounted in a machine room. This
has taken up valuable rental space and sometimes
dominated building design. Since the machine is
located in the elevator shaft, these problems no
longer exist.

KONE MonoSpace is designed for new or existing


buildings.

Passengers control the movement of the elevator car


with the push buttons located in the elevator car and
at the landings. The push buttons are connected to
the elevator control panel which is the intelligence
of the elevator.

When the control system registers a call given by a


passenger, the car moves in the required direction
along guide rails.

The car is connected to a counterweight with the


ropes passing over the traction sheave/machine. The
risk of ropes breaking is negligible provided their
condition is monitored according to the maintenance
instructions.

When the drive system rotates the motor and traction


sheave, the car and counterweight move
correspondingly.

KONE MonoSpace elevators are designed and


equipped to fully comply with all relevant EU
directives and are built and installed in accordance
with ISO 9000 quality assurance requirements.

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3.1.1.4 Component Layout and Description


A diagram of the KONE MonoSpace elevator's main components is shown below (Suspension ropes are not
shown). Descriptions of the nature and functionality of the components follow this diagram.

1 Machine 10 Counterweight guide rails


2 Shaft electrification panel (SEP) 11 Car buffer
3 (Maintenance Access Panel (MAP) 12 Counterweight buffer
4 Overspeed governor 13 Rope suspension points
5 Landing doors 14 Overspeed governor rope
6 Elevator car 15 Signalisation
7 Car door 16 Safety gear
8 Counterweight 17 Brakes
9 Car guide rails 18 Emergency Battery Drive (EBD)

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3.1.1.5 Machine
The machine is a gearless synchronous mechanism driven by a variable frequency drive.

3.1.1.6 Shaft Electrification Panel (SEP)


The shaft electrification panel is a part of the elevator control system, placed in the elevator shaft.

3.1.1.7 Maintenance Access Panel (MAP)


The MAP is typically located on the topmost or second topmost floor beside the landing door and contains the
elevator emergency drive buttons and the car light supply switch. Due to its placement, it is extremely
important that the MAP door is closed and locked at all times. There should not be any flammable materials
near MAP.

Do not block the working space in front of the MAP. The MAP is needed in rescue
Note
and maintenance operations.

Never leave the MAP door unlocked or open while it is unattended. This provides
Warning
unauthorised persons access to the elevator controls and may cause danger.

Warning Never remove the shields from the electrical system while the system is energised.

The elevator's electrical systems are behind the shield and there is a risk of an
Warning
electric shock if the shield is removed.

3.1.1.8 Overspeed Governor


The overspeed governor's function is to stop the elevator, using the safety gear and assisted by the machine
brakes. The overspeed governor operates if the elevator car exceeds its rated speed, locking the governor
rope which is attached to the safety gear. The safety gear then stops the elevator car. The governor is a
mechanical device so remains functional even in the event of a power failure.

3.1.1.9 Landing And Car Doors


Doors are fixed to each landing and on the elevator car to protect users from injury during operation of the
elevator. Electrical contacts in the door prevent the elevator from moving if the doors are not fully closed.

Landing doors are fitted with a special lock that keeps the doors closed and locked if the elevator car is not
level at that landing floor. Preventing the landing door opening by accident is necessary to prevent people
from falling into the elevator shaft.

Protective devices, for example, photocells, are installed on the car entrance to prevent the doors from closing
if someone is entering or exiting the elevator, or standing too close to the doors. In addition to protective
devices, all automatic doors have a closing force limiter, which prevents people being crushed between the
door panels.

If the construction of the door panels is to be changed, check with KONE that the changes
are allowed and do not harm the functioning of doors.

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3.1.1.10 Elevator Car


The purpose of the elevator car is to provide an enclosure for passengers so that they may be carried safely
from floor to floor. The elevator car is surrounded by a car frame, which strengthens the elevator car.

3.1.1.11 Counterweight
The counterweight ensures traction between the shaft top diverting pulleys and the suspension ropes, and
comprise a set of weights to balance the weight of the car and a proportion of the car load.

3.1.1.12 Guide Rails


The guide rails are steel rails which guide the elevator car and counterweight through the elevator shaft.
Guide rails are attached vertically to the shaft structure.

3.1.1.13 Buffers
The buffers stop the elevator car or counterweight if they descend beyond their normal limit of travel. The
over travel is improbable because there are many electric safety devices, which initiate braking in any
abnormal situation, preventing the car going beyond the lowest or topmost floor level. Because of the buffers,
the car or counterweight do not hit the pit floor under any circumstances.

3.1.1.14 Elevator Ropes


Elevator ropes are used to connect the elevator car to the machine traction sheave pulleys and counterweight.
Each rope is capable of supporting the elevator with a safety factor according to the elevator standards.

3.1.1.15 Signalisation
The KONE Signalisation System (KSS) is the elevator's user interface. With operating panels and displays it
informs the passengers of the elevator's position, allows them to call the elevator and set the destination floor.
The KONE Signalisation System transfers these messages to the elevator network. The elevator network feeds
control information to the control unit, which drives the elevator according to user commands.

If KONE Remote Monitoring Services is used, the signalisation system also operates as a voice connection
between the elevator and the service company, allowing trapped passengers to talk to the service company.

3.1.1.16 Safety Gear


The safety gear is a mechanical safety device attached to the elevator car frame. If the elevator car exceeds its
rated speed and the governor locks the governor rope, the safety gear firmly grips the guide rails and stops
the elevator car.

3.1.1.17 Brakes
The brakes are electromechanical devices that prevent the elevator car from moving when the car is at rest or
power is cut to the machine motor.

Two independently-operating brakes keep the position of the traction sheave. The brakes close automatically
when the control unit interrupts the electrical power, or if there is a power failure.

3.1.1.18 Emergency Battery Drive (EBD A Or EBD M)


The elevator can be equipped with an optional emergency battery drive (EBD), which drives the car to the
next landing in case of elevator power brake between landings. Normal operation is restored automatically
when the power supply returns. Further information is in Section 4.

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3.1.2 Health & Safety


Safety is KONE's primary concern. Constant attention is directed to safety aspects in the design, manufacture,
installed and maintenance of elevators. In addition, KONE maintains a constant research effort in the field of
new safety elements in order to provide our customers with the safest products possible.

Safety features, for example, the overspeed governor, multiple ropes, locks, dynamic braking, pit safety
devices and safety gear make your elevator safe. There are, however, some remaining safety risks that cannot
be fully eliminated. The following sections describe how to further increase the safety of your elevator.

Also refer to the Owners Obligations listed in Section 3.1.3.

3.1.2.1 General Risk Assessments


Risk Assessments are required by a variety of legislation including The Management of Health and Safety at
Work Regulations 1999, Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 and BS EN 13015
Maintenance for lifts and escalators Rules for maintenance instructions.

The maintenance company shall prepare and issue appropriate risk assessments for its activities.
Risk assessments are to be validated on site and where necessary amended to suit local conditions and
practices.
Where risks are rated as significant, managers shall inform the employees or sub-contractors exposed
to the risk.
The suitability of the risk assessments shall be reviewed annually or when information is made available
to indicate that they are no longer valid.
Risk Assessments shall be carried out as new equipment or working practices are implemented.
The Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 1992 require the maintenance company to
perform suitable and sufficient assessments to identify where personal protective equipment should be
used.
All significant manual handling tasks shall be assessed in accordance with Regulation 4 of the Manual
Handling Operations Regulations 1992.
The Owner of the installation shall ensure that the risk assessments for maintenance are updated :-
1. If the maintenance organisation is replaced;
2. If the use of the building and/or the installation changes;
3. After a major modification of the installation or of the building;
4. After an accident involving the installation.

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3.1.2.2 Elevator Safety Precautions

Safety Precautions Note


Develop and follow procedures that have assimilated In case of conflict between the code and these
the requirements of national elevator codes and instructions, carry out a full risk assessment and
other safety related regulations. define an appropriate course of action with the local
regulator and company management.
Local safety codes and rules must be followed if they Refer to your local procedures to take the elevator
exceed KONE standards. Otherwise use the safe out of use.
working methods defined herein.
Follow the safe working methods defined herein. If
you are uncertain of the method's safety, seek expert
advice.
Follow these instructions. Do not skip any steps Warning signs highlight possible hazards.
within the sub-procedures. Skipping steps creates
potentially dangerous situations which you have not Be sure that you have the latest maintenance
considered. instructions in use. If you are unsure, contact KONE.
ENSURE THAT ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND Do not connect or disconnect any connectors when
CONDUCTORS ARE SAFELY DE-ENERGISED the power is on
BEFORE WORKING ON THEM.
A locking off system for the main electric supply
isolator or, for example, fuse removal or locking and
tagging system when applicable, must be agreed
with the person responsible for the buildings
electrical systems.
Personal safety equipment must be available and
used as required
If there is a risk of injury from a fall, adequate fall
prevention system must be in place.
Handle and dispose of waste materials in accordance
with company procedures that have assimilated the
local regulations
Use barriers to segregate your work area so that
your work does not cause a hazard to others. Keep
access ways and fire exits clear.
The keys to the maintenance access panel and For more information, see the definitions above.
landing doors must be kept in a secure place
inaccessible to unauthorised persons. The keys can
be given only to competent maintenance persons.

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3.1.2.3 Hazardous Substances


The maintenance company shall ensure that all hazardous substances which are used by employees, or
substances to which they are likely to be exposed, are assessed in accordance with the Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (COSHH).

The relevant manufacturers Product Safety Data Sheets shall be available/obtained and a risk assessment
should be made by the maintenance company. If new or revised information is provided by the substance
provider then a review of the assessment must be made.

The maintenance company shall ensure that:


The senior person present is responsible for validating generic COSHH assessments and ensuring that
hazardous substances are used, stored and disposed of in accordance with the assessments.
Hazardous substances not assessed must not be used.
All personnel who use hazardous substances are informed of the hazards and trained to use them
safely.
Copies of the relevant Safety Data Sheets and Risk Assessments are kept in each location where
hazardous substances are stored or used.
First Aiders or appointed persons for first aid have access to the relevant Product Safety Data Sheets
and COSHH assessments.

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3.1.2.4 Safety Components


The elevator is provided with safety equipment as required by :-
The Lift Directive 95/16/EC (Annex IV).
Statutory Instrument 1997 No. 831 The Lifts Regulations 1997, SCHEDULE 4, Regulation 2(1).

You must maintain the safety components as described in Section 3.2. The maintenance company is
responsible for maintenance operations, which includes maintenance on the following items:
Machine brakes
Overspeed governor
Safety gear
Doors
Elevator car and landing door lock
Buffers
UCM monitoring

3.1.2.5 Hazards
Live Electrical Equipment.
This hazard is reduced by restricting access to the places where live electrical
Danger
equipment exists to those personnel suitably trained and qualified.

Rotating Machinery
This hazard is reduced by restricting access to the places where rotating
Danger
machinery is located to those personnel suitably trained and qualified.

Fire
Fires in elevator installations are very rare events and in a modern building they
are usually localised before serious damage is caused to life or property.
Danger
It is part of the elevator engineers task to look out for sources of fire hazard and
take appropriate action.

Access
It is essential that access to the Maintenance Access Panel and elevator entrances
Warning is kept clear at all times to prevent tripping hazards.
They should be locked to prevent access by unauthorised persons.

Control Of Substances Hazardous to Health


Safety data sheets for substances used in the servicing or maintenance of the
Warning
installation are available from KONE plc where applicable.

C.D.M.
This manual provides the information required for the Health & Safety File under
Notice
CDM regulations.

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3.1.3 Owners Obligations


Keep the elevator in safe operating condition. To fulfil this, the owner must use a maintenance company
complying with the requirements of standard BS EN 13015 Clause 4.3.2.1.
Prior to putting your elevator into service, you must ensure the following:
1. A planned maintenance service program, to be carried out by a maintenance company, is established.
The maintenance company should be the same for all elevators on the same site
2. A 24-hour call out service for the elevator is available for the entire time that the elevator is in
operation
3. The name and telephone number of the maintenance company is visible inside the elevator

If the two-way communication system is out of order, the elevator MUST be


taken out of service and the maintenance company informed.
Warning
The elevator must not be used until communication with the breakdown or
rescue service is re-established.

The communication system must be tested every 3 days (as a minimum)


according to BS EN 81-28. If the communication system is not connected to a
Warning
service centre, the building owner / occupier must ensure that the system is
manually tested.

As the owner of the building you must make sure that your building is safe for persons that need to use it, by
observing the following considerations:
1. If the availability of rescue personnel is changed so that a trapped person cannot be freed without
undue delay, the elevator must be taken out of service
2. If maintenance work is to be carried out in the elevator shaft, a competent maintenance person must
be available while service personnel are on site
3. The access ways to the elevator and working places must be kept safe and clean. The maintenance
company must be informed of any changes or hazards in these access ways
4. The keys to the MAP and landing doors must be kept in a secure place inaccessible to unauthorised
persons. The keys may be given only to competent maintenance persons

The owner of the installation shall inform the maintenance company:


1. The access ways to be used and fire evacuating procedures from the building.
2. The location of any keys required for full access to all parts of the elevator.
3. If necessary, the identities of persons who shall accompany the maintenance person(s) to the elevator.
4. If necessary, the specific personal protective equipment to be used in the access ways and, possibly,
where the equipment can be found.
5. The necessity of any modification work of equipment, or modification to the conditions related to the
elevator
6. About any perceived abnormal functioning of the installation or its direct environment (in case of a
dangerous situation he shall put the installation out of service immediately);
7. Before any modification work of any equipment or any condition related to the original installation. In
the case of modification of parts of the installation which existed at the time of the original
installation, the installers carrying out the modification shall provide updated maintenance
instructions, when necessary. The owner should ensure that these updated maintenance instructions
are given to the maintenance company and that these updated maintenance instructions are used to
update the original maintenance instructions;

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3.1.3 Owners Obligations Continued


8. Of any rescue intervention by his authorised and instructed person(s);
9. Before any authorised third party inspection, or works other that maintenance works, are carried out
on the installation;
10. Before taking the installation out of service for a prolonged period of time;
11. Before putting the installation back into service after a prolonged period of non operating time.

Building owners, or those who have responsibility for managing buildings, are required to ensure that their
premises are safe and free from risk to health as far as is practicable. This includes access to the premises and
installation equipment and articles or substances used, according to the Use of Work Equipment at the
Workplaces regulations.
If you are a lift owner or someone responsible for the safe operation of a lift you are a dutyholder under The
Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 and have a legal responsibility to ensure that the
lift is thoroughly examined and that it is safe to use. For more information refer to Section 3.1.12.

MAINTENANCE NOTICE
A risk assessment of any maintenance area and any maintenance operation to be
Notice
undertaken shall be carried out by the maintenance company, taking into
account the instructions provided in this manual.

The owner of the installation shall take into account the risk assessment made by the maintenance company
and ensure that any action required by the risk assessment is carried out.
The owner shall ensure that persons using the premises are informed about any remaining risks.
The owner of the installation shall ensure that a risk assessment for maintenance is carried out if the
maintenance company is changed. Additional reasons for performing a risk assessment are detailed in Section
1.3
The name and the telephone number of the maintenance company shall be placed on the installation, visible
by the users.
Keys of control cabinets, access panels and of doors shall be available in the building and shall be given only to
persons authorised to gain access.
The owner of the installation must provide access to the building, to the maintenance company, for the
purpose of rescue of persons in all circumstances.
The owner of the installation shall assure the attendance of the competent person from the maintenance
company, when for building maintenance work is carried out in the well, by his contractors.
Access to working places and working rooms must remain safe for the maintenance personnel. The owner of
the installation will inform the maintenance company about any hazard or change in the workplace and in
these access ways.
If you detect any abnormal behaviour in the operation of your elevator, or in
any of its components, contact your maintenance company immediately.

In any potentially dangerous situation, take the elevator out of service and
Notice
inform your maintenance company.

The elevator can be switched off (after ensuring no passengers are in the
elevator) using the main switch in the Maintenance Access Panel.

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3.1.4 Maintenance Company Responsibilities


The maintenance company is responsible for the following:

To carry out the work of maintenance in conformity with the maintenance instructions and based on
systematic maintenance checks.
The maintenance company is responsible for carrying out a risk assessment for any maintenance location
and for any maintenance operation to be undertaken.
The maintenance company is responsible for carrying out a maintenance programme such that preventive
maintenance is suited to the specific installation and that corrective maintenance time, including logistics
and technical delays, is as short as reasonably practicable.
To promptly inform the owner of the installation about progressive upgrading that may be required in
accordance with any relevant new "Essential Health and Safety Requirements" as defined in new European
directives and standards.
The maintenance company is responsible for keeping the a record of the result of each intervention due to
a failure of the installation (in particular the type of any failure) which shall be available on request to the
owner of the installation. This is in addition to any legal requirements for the owner of the installation to
retain records.
In the case of a dangerous situation, the installation shall be taken out of service by the maintenance
company and the owner shall be informed.
The maintenance company is responsible for providing a competent person to operate the elevator for
inspection by an authorised body and for special works.
In the case of modification of parts of the installation which existed at the time of the original installation,
the installers carrying out the modification shall provide updated maintenance instructions, when
necessary. These updated maintenance instructions should be used to update the original maintenance
instructions.
If the installation and/;or its environment are modified, then it is the responsibility
Note of the person creating the change to submit the change to the installer for
approval.

The maintenance company is responsible for deciding the frequency of preventive maintenance operations
so that several operations can be performed at the same time to facilitate maximum utilisation of the
elevator.
The frequency of maintenance operations should be determined taking into account the operating time,
non-operating time, number of trips per year, age and condition, internal and external environmental
conditions, weather conditions, location and the needs of the users, of the installation.
The maintenance company is responsible for recording all maintenance operations in the maintenance
logbook (Section 1.4).
The maintenance company must use competent maintenance persons, provided with the necessary tools
and equipment. The maintenance company must ensure the competency of the maintenance persons is
maintained.
The maintenance company is responsible for providing the necessary spare parts for any repair.

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3.1.4 Maintenance Company Responsibilities Continued

The maintenance company must provide a 24 hour call-out service for the rescue of persons. The
maintenance company shall organise rescue as soon as possible (if necessary with a sub-contractor) and to
make provision for circumstances such as fire, panic etc.
The maintenance company should update the original maintenance instructions if the installation changes
its intended use and/or the environmental conditions existing on completion of the original installation
Working on the elevator should be in accordance with BS 7255 Code of practice for safe working on lifts.

The maintenance company must carry out a risk assessment of any maintenance
Note area and of any maintenance operation to be undertaken.

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3.1.5 Before You Contact KONE Maintenance By The Owner


Although most of the maintenance done on your elevator MUST be left to your maintenance company, there
are a few tasks that can be carried out by your own personnel. These tasks include cleaning the elevator car
and all visible elements on the landings, changing lamps and carrying out some inspections. Vacuum cleaning
the threshold profiles on car and landing entrances will prevent the doors sticking due to dirt in the guide
shoe slots. By carrying out these tasks you will better retain your elevator's value and ensure a more
comfortable and safer ride for the users.

If you detect any abnormal behaviour in the operation of your elevator, or in


any of its components, contact your maintenance company immediately.

In any potentially dangerous situation, take the elevator out of service and
Notice
inform your maintenance company.

The elevator can be switched off (after ensuring no passengers are in the
elevator) using the main switch in the Maintenance Access Panel.

Consult your local KONE representative concerning what is and what is not covered under the maintenance
agreement. It is important that you understand what maintenance operations you must perform between
service calls.

Check the following items before contacting KONE. This prevents unnecessary service calls and can place the
elevator back in service without additional procedures:
Check that your building has power from the external power grid
Check for broken light bulbs or LEDs inside the elevator car, and replace accordingly if possible
Check that the elevator is not in Fire Service mode
Check that all key operated switches are in normal operating or RUN position
Check for blown fuses or tripped circuit breakers of the building power supply
Check that elevator car is cleaned regularly
Check that there is no debris in landing door sills and elevator car door sills, both are recommended to
be cleaned regularly, as debris can prevent the doors from operating properly

When you contact KONE for maintenance, provide the following information:
Building address
Elevator number
Description of the problem, be as accurate and detailed as possible

Certain interfaces between the elevator and the building are crucial to the safe and correct functioning of the

MonoSpace elevator. These interfaces include ventilation, electricity supplies and telephone lines. If any of
these interfaces appear to be functioning incorrectly or not at all, they must be repaired immediately. If they
cannot be repaired without undue delay, the elevator must be taken out of service or the safety of passengers
cannot be guaranteed.

The purpose of the ventilation system is to keep the temperature and humidity within the originally specified
values both in the elevator well and the elevator car. If the ventilation does not operate, the temperature and
humidity may exceed the allowed maximum values, which can harm the elevator and make the elevator ride
an unpleasant experience. Therefore the humidity and temperature must be kept at the levels specified in
original delivery documents.

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3.1.5 Before You Contact KONE Maintenance By The Owner Continued

Telephone lines will have been connected to your MonoSpace elevator to enable a 24-hour connection
between the elevator and the service office or for example building caretaker. To ensure the safety of your
elevator users, you should make sure that this line is functional at all times, including for at least 1 hour during
a power failure in the building.

If the two-way communication system is out of order, the elevator MUST be


taken out of service and the maintenance company informed.
Warning
The elevator must not be used until communication with the breakdown or
rescue service is re-established.

The elevator requires electricity to function. The voltage must be kept within tolerances specified in the
original delivery documents. To keep the elevator functional it is imperative that you ensure a constant supply
of electricity and that the supplied voltage complies with the original delivery documents.

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3.1.6 Pre-Maintenance Procedures


The following preparatory steps must be followed:

1. You should develop and follow procedures that have assimilated the requirements of national elevator
codes and other safety related regulations. The local safety codes and rules must be followed if they
exceed KONE standards. In case of conflict between the Code and these instructions, a full risk
assessment should be carried out and an appropriate course of action defined with the local regulator
and company management. Otherwise use the safe working methods defined herein. If you are
uncertain of the method's safety, seek expert advice.

2. Follow this instruction. Do not skip any step within the sub-procedures, otherwise there may be a
potentially dangerous situation, which you have not considered.

3. Proper work and personal safety equipment must be used. These include e.g. helmet, gloves and
safety harness. Avoid wearing loose or unbuttoned clothing. All necessary control and access keys,
tools and equipment must be ready on hand, the latter must be placed where they present no hazard
to the public or other persons. If there is risk of injury from a fall, an adequate fall prevention system
must be in place.

4. Ensure the elevator is free of traffic before taking elevator out of service. In the case of passengers
already being present within the car, the service technician should ride with them, taking over key
control o