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Installation Manual

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ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY

Since the 1st January 1996 al1 lift installations are obliged to respect the essential requirements of
the European Directive 891336lCEE concerning Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC).

The equipment is only one component of an installation; it is therefore not obliged to show the C <
marking as stated in this directive. However in order to allow you to write your declaration of
conformitv, and according to professional rules, al1 AUTINOR controllers are supplied with an
engagement of confonnity.

Your declaration of conformity can rest on this engagement, orily if the equipment has been
installed exactly as advised in this manual.

O Copyright 2001 AUTINOR All rights reserved.


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PREAMBLE
Handlinri advice for equipment:

Whatever the load, handling operations can be dangerous (collision, dropping, crushing,...). Whenever
possible use mechanical handling rather than manual handling. When manual handling can not be avoided, respect
the rules.
At European level, these rules are set out in the Directive 90/269/CEE, Council Directive dated 19 May 1990
"concerning minimal heath and safety instructions for manual load handling with risks, to the worker, notably in the
lower spinal area".
En France, la rglementation de la manutention manuelle est constitue des textes suivants :

Code du travail article R 231-72 (Dcret no 92-958 du 3 septembre 1992 transposant en droit franais la
directive europenne 92/269/CEE)
a Lorsque le recours la manutention manuelle est invitable... un travailleur ne peut tre admis porter
d'une faon habituelle des charges suprieures 55 kilogrammes qu' ondition d'y avoir t reconnu apte par
le mdecin du travail, sans que ces charges puissent tre suprieures 105 kilogrammes.

Dcret no 95-826 du 30 Juin 1995, Titre le' - article 8 fixant les prescriptions particulires de scurit
applicables aux travaux effectus sur les ascenseurs ))
+ Circulaire de mise en uvre DRT 96/3 du 25 Mars 1996
... Les travaux comportant le port manuel d'une masse suprieure 30 kilogrammes, ou comportant la pose
ou la dpose manuelle d'lments d'appareils d'une masse suprieure 50 kilogrammes, ... doivent tre
effectus par au moins deux travailleurs ;))
complte par la norme franaise NF X35-109 qui donne des recommandations plus prcises qui prennent en
compte les paramtres suivants :ge du travailleur, nature de la tche (occasionnelle ou rptitive), charge unitaire,
distance parcourue :

Load perrnitted Load perrnitted


(occasional carrying) (constant carrying)
Man 18 1 45 years 30 kg 25 kg
Man 45 1 60 years 25 kg 20 kg

S a f e t ~measures:

Follow the instructions which were given to you by your management when
using individual protection equipment (gloves, shoes, glasses, restraint
harness, etc).
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 .Generalities.........................................................................................................................
How to install the controller cabinet ............................................................................................
Electromagnetic compatibility Precaution ...................................................................................
Minimum connections necessaryfor initial movement .................................................................
Location of BHI2 terminais .........................................................................................................
Location andhnction ofhses ......................................................................................................
Location of led. jumpers and relay ...............................................................................................
Controllerparameter /diagnostic communication device ...........................................................
Concerning the illustrations (Q. 8. , 4 9, @ b 4)..........................................................
J j

Chapter II .Installation & connecting the safety .................................................................... 1


Connecting the safety Iane ......................................................................................................... 2
Instructionfor wiring any devices to the safety lane .................................................................... 3
Meusurement of the insulation of the safety chain ....................................................................... 4
Connecting the doors safety contacts between 6 and 10 .............................................................. 5

Chapter III .Installation & connecting in Machine room ......................................................


Connecting in machine room........................................................................................................
Star-Delta Start of the Pump motor..............................................................................................
Direct Start of the Pump motor ....................................................................................................
Thermalprotection of thepump motor & control of the machine room temperature..................
Connecting of the hydraulic units.................................................................................................
Hydraulic unit "GMV Martini 3 V, MORiS, OMAR" (Type 00) ....................................................
Hydraulic unit "ALGI, BLAIN, H&C" (Type 01) "DOVER" (TYPE 02) ......................................
Hydraulic unit "BERINGER" (TYPE 03) .....................................................................................
Hydraulic unit "START ELEVATOR" (TYPE 05).........................................................................
Hydraulic unit "BERINGER+ESTARTtf(TYPE 06) .....................................................................
Connecting of emergency valve ....................................................................................................
Oil protection against overheating...............................................................................................
Oil levelfault ................................................................................................................................
Minimum oil level .........................................................................................................................
Viewing of the unlocking zone ......................................................................................................
Delayed departure........................................................................................................................
Fault light (indicator)...................................................................................................................
Intercom........................................................................................................................................

Chapter IV .Installation & connecting in Shaft ...................................................................... 1


End limit contact on BHl 1 board................................................................................................. 2
Fixing the slotted-tape brackets ................................................................................................... 3
Fixing the bracketsfor control of the door-zone.......................................................................... 4
Position of the door-zone PO1 sensor orproximity switches (I.L.S.) and tape head 0 0 3
selector ......................................................................................................................................... 5
Position of the vanesfor door-zone PO1 sensors in case of movement door open ....................... 6
Position of the magnetsfor the door-zone read byproximity switches ........................................ 7
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter IV .Installation & connecting in Shaft (Continued)


Door security bridge board relevelling pre-opening board.
Visualisation of the door-zone (N62)............................................................................................
Door security bridge board relevelling pre-opening board.
Visualisation of the door-zone (N57)............................................................................................
Set-up of the Relevelling Option...................................................................................................

Chapter V .Installation & connecting on Landing .................................................................


Connecting on landing: 2 to 12 levels (Sapb or collective 1 button) ...........................................
Landing calls and acceptances.....................................................................................................
Id 30 model. landing position indicator .......................................................................................
Id 50-1 model. landing position indicator ...................................................................................
Id 50 model, landing position indicator.......................................................................................
Idfl30 / 50 model, landing position indicator with arrows ..........................................................
Standard programming ................................................................................................................
Idfl 30 / 50 md model, landingposition indicator with scrolling messages arrows .....................
Position indicator with scrolling messages arrows programming ...............................................
FL 30 / 50 model, landing direction arrows.................................................................................
Landing direction arrows with light, Power < or > to 1,2 W .....................................................
Landing out of service light ..........................................................................................................
Landing Engaged light ...........................................................................................................

Chapter VI .Installation & connecting in Car ........................................................................


Connecting in car: 2 to 12 levels (Sapb or collective 1 button) ...................................................
Car calls and acceptances............................................................................................................
Connecting of tape head 003-1 & 003-2for counting with slotted tape.....................................
Car alarm button ..........................................................................................................................
Car stop button .............................................................................................................................
Anti-creep device ..........................................................................................................................
Car gong .......................................................................................................................................
Unlocking retiring ramp...............................................................................................................
Automatic door piloted by three phase motor ..............................................................................
Automatic door motorpiloted by retiring ramp ...........................................................................
Electronic door control unit OP06 or OP11 ................................................................................
Electronic door control unit OP15...............................................................................................
Id 30 model. car position indicator ..............................................................................................
Id 50-1 model. car position indicator...........................................................................................
Id 50 model. car position indicator ..............................................................................................
Idfl30 / 50 model. car position indicator with arrows .................................................................
Standard programming ................................................................................................................
Idfl30 / 5 0 md model. car position indicator with scrolling messages arrows ............................
Position indicator with scrolling messages arrows programming ...............................................
FI 30 / 50 model. car direction arrows.........................................................................................
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter VI .Installation & connecting in Car (continued)


Car direction arrows with light. Power < or > to 1.2 K .............................................................
Inspection mode............................................................................................................................
Fast speed inspection ...................................................................................................................
Full load ( Non stop N)...............................................................................................................
Car overload.................................................................................................................................
Car resewation Carpriority )) .................................................................................................
Fireman service light ...................................................................................................................
Automatic car light time (BH07) .................................................................................................

Chapter VI1 .Commissioning procedures................................................................................ 1


Procedure to be followed to carry out the automatic set-up of levels ........................................... 2
What to know before starting offat full speed ............................................................................... 5
To modiB the slow-down distance............................................................................................. 6
Automatic adjustment of the up stopping precision ..................................................................... 6
Automatic adjustment of the down stopping precision ................................................................ 7
Automatic adjustment of the hysterisis zone ................................................................................ 7
Positioning of EM magnet at top Jloor ....................................................................................... 8
Positioning the EMmagnets on the slotted tape (tape head 003-2) ........................................... 9
Parameters to be adjusted on site and conversion table ................................................................ 10
Reminder ofparameters to be checked and improved on site ..................................................... IO
Conversion table .......................................................................................................................... IO
Controller parameters. inputs / outputs and fault codes list ........................................................ 15
Parameters concerned the slotted tape ........................................................................................... 72
Electric diagrams .............................................................................................................................. 73
Direct Start 4 Valves ..........:........................................................................................................ 73
Star-Delta Start 4 Valves ............................................................................................................. 74
Direct Start 3 Valves ................................................................................................................... 75
Star-Delta Start 3 Valves ............................................................................................................. 76
Three phases or single phase door operator ................................................................................ 77
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter 1 page 12

HOW TO INSTALL THE CONTROLLER CABINET


AND STANDARD PRESCRIPTIONS

Secure the cabinet fixing SUPPORT BAR


(with 2 screws 0 6,3 x 38, fixing with 2 screws 0 6,3 x 38
and wall plug 0 8 (supplied)) and wall plug 0 8 (supplied).

Screws for fixing


on the wall
and the socket

-
Controller dimensions: L = 562 mm, H =562 mm, D = 250 mm Weight = app. 40 kg

Notes: The support bar is fix, for transport, on the pins planned for the fixing of the socket. The
input of the cables is done by the lower part of the controller.

Don't forget than the EN-81-2 Standard 5 6.3.2.1:

6.3Construction and equipment of machine rooms


6.3.2 Dimensions
6.3.2.1 The dimensions of machine rooms shall be suficient to permit easy and safe working
on equipment, especially the electrical equipment.
In particular there shall be provided at least a clear height of 2 m at working areas, and:

a) a clear horizontal area in front of the control panels and the cabinets. This area is defined as
follows:

1) depth, measured from the external surface of the enclosures, at least 0,70 m ;
2) width, the greater of the following values : 0,50 m or the full width of the cabinet or panel ;

b) a clear horizontal area of at least 0,50 m x 0,60 m for maintenance and inspection of moving
parts at points where this is necessary and, if need bel manual emergncy operation (12.5.1).
Alpha Hl3 Installation manual -
Chapter 1 page 13

ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATlBlLlTY PRECAUTIONS


CONCERNING THE SET OF WlRlNG IN THE LANDING COLUMN SEPARATION.
3 SET OF WlRlNG
-
LlGHTlNG POWER SOCKET (Hlgh current)
WARNING:
We recommend to separate
in the landing column,
the 3 sets of wiring in 3 rows:

-
Lighting Power sockets
Safety lane
and Low Voltage,

in order for ease of maintenance and


taking EMC* regards into account
* EMC : ElectroMagnetic Compatibility
CONCERNING TRAlLlNG CABLE SEPARATION.
The devices controlled by the contactors are powered by wires which go into the trailing cable
The trailing cable's other conductor wires do not transport strong currents to activate power devices,
but electrical "DATA via weak currents. This data could bel for example, the state of the door limits
necessary to control the automatic doors, or the car calls.
To show you the difference in importance between the two types of current, here is an example:
Certain door motors can use 3 amps whereas the current used for the data concerning the state of the door
limits is only 3 mA.
There is, in this typical example, a ratio of 1 to 1000.
This ratio is often even greater, especially when you consider the starting current of a power device
when it is first switched on. It is clear that the big currents will influence the little ones if care is not taken to
separate them.
IF THESE CURRENTS IN THE TRAlLlNG CABLE ARE NOT SEPARATED:
FALSE DATA WlLL BE SENT TO THE CONTROLLER,
THERE WlLL BE GRADUAL DETERIORATION OF THE ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS (ANYTHING FROM 3
DAYS TO A FEW MONTHS).
THE SHORT OR MEDIUM TERM CONSEQUENCES WlLL BE SOME "STRANGE" FUNCTlONlNG BY THE
CONTROLLER, EVENTUALLY CAUSING BREAKDOWNS! ! !
TO SUM UP, IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT THE CONDUCTOR WIRES FROM THE TRAlLlNG CABLE CARRYING
STRONG CURRENTS FOR THE RETlRlNG RAMP, DOOR MOTOR, BRAKING INJECTION, ANTI-CREEPS AND THE
CAR VENTILATION MOTOR, NOT TO MENTION THE CAR LlGHT AND SAFETY CHAIN, ARE SEPARATED FROM
THE OTHER CONDUCTORS CARRYING WEAK CURRENTS.

ONE OR SEVERAL
"WEAK CURRENT"
TRAlLlNG CABLE

THE TRAlLlNG CABLES MUST BE SEPARATED AS FAR APART AS POSSIBLE AND SHOULD BE
ARRANGED IN THE SHAFT AS SHOWN BELOW:
IF YOU ARE USING HALF-WAY BOXES, YOU SHOULD ALSO TAKE CARE TO SEPARATE THE WIRES.
The precautions carried out above should be taken in the controller aswell. In fact, you should avoid
crossing wires in al1 directions behind the controller and should leave a little slack to aid maintenance.
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter 1 page 14

MINIMUM CONNECTIONS NECESSARY


FOR INITIAL MOVEMENT (112)

1
ROOM INSPECTION OPTION
IS PROGRAMMED "OPTMAN"
MUST BE PROGRAMMED - O N
-
At addres 07 searnent 4
-11

STATE OF
THESAFENLANE

r
~~t t
Sll,

7k G
OVJ

IL i

1 CONTROLLER TERMINAL RAIL 1


(6) p:,,- COM2 DNH CZA

'--y r&lJi?AT 1 -VZ L1 ri

O 0
EARTH COLLECTING BAR
l0l000 00000 0000l0l
0000lOl
+
Alpha Hl3 Installation manual -
Chapter 1 page 15

MINIMUM CONNECTIONS NECESSARY


FOR INITIAL MOVEMENT (212)
During the construction phase, you can temporarilv use the OV, GM and GD inputs on the
KMII (bottom) connector for running up and down respectively.

CHECK THAT THE MACHINE ROOM INSPECTION OPTION IS PROGRAMMED


"OPTMAN" MUST BE PROGRAMMED ON AT ADDRESS 07 SEGMENT 4 -
CONNECT AS FOLLOWS:

(See on opposite page for where to make these connections)

Connect the thermistor andlor the pump motor safety thermo-contact between
@ the STH and OVterminals on the KM11 (top) connector

Temporariv bridge OVand INS on the KC23 (top) connector


@
The "up" and "down" push buttons on the inspection box on the car roof to the
@ GM, GD and OVterminals on the KM12 (bottom) connector

@ The safety circuits IS, 6, 8 and I O on the electromechanical terminal rail.

@ The pump motor to U1, VI, W l and U2, V2, W2 on the electromechanical
terminal rail, and Earth to the earth collecting bar

The EIectrovalves to the KHI connector on the BG16; note that certain
@ hydraulic power units require connections to the electromechanical terminal rail.

@ The power supply to L I , L2, L3 and Neutra1 if available, Earth to the earth
collecting bar.

Temporarilv bridge CS1 and OVon KA13


@
When there is a mechanical anti-creep temporarilv bridge the anti-creep inputs,
OV, TAQI, and TAQ2 on KC23 (bottom) connector. If there is only one anti-
@ creep, bridge between the TAQI and TA92 inputs.
Note that if you are using anti-creeps, the anti-creep (TAQUET) option (address SC
segment O) should be ON.

The oil thermostat, if there is one, between MTH and OV on KMII (top), if not
tem~orarilvbridge MTH and OV.
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter 1 page 18

THE CONNECTORS AND TERMINALS 314


CONTROLLER SlDE
The electromechanical terminal block can have an other aspect according to different
Extra Items (HS, Non Standard Option). The terminal PE (Protection Earth) can be
replaced if necessary by the earth collecting bar.
VI COM2 DNH +CAM

FRV2

Vl COM2 DNH +CAM

l O l 0 0 0 00000 0 0 0 0 l O l
I FRV2

Fixation of the cables and trailini cable in the cabinet


The input of the cables is done by the lower part of the controller, in accordance
with the Standard EN 81-1 $j13.5.3.5:
13.5 Electric wiring
...
13.5.3.5 In order to ensure continuity of mechanical protection, the protective
sheathing of conductors and cables shall fully enter the casings of switches and
appliances, or shall terminate in a suitably constructed gland.

NOTE: Enclosed frames of landing and car doors are regarded as appliance casings.
THE CONNECTORS AND TERMINALS 414
To enable you to fix the cables coming from the shaft and the car, the base of the
Alpha HB controller has base plates located on the tilted side of the lower part of the base;
the figure below shows you how to use this support to fix cables of various diameters and
the trailing cables.

Separation of the trailing cables


The Trailing cables composed of strong currents must be separated from those
composed of weak currents (See page 13).

ENVISAGE ONE OR MORE

FUNCTION OF THE TRAlLlNG 7


Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter 1 page 20

LOCATION AND FUNCTION OF FUSES (112)

ELECTRONIC

PROTECTION

SPARE F USE
for FUI
2A-250V dim: 5x20
TlME LAG
T l =5A 1 T2= 2A
SPARE FUSE
for FU2
1,6A-25OV dim: 5x20
QUICK ACTING
PROTECTION
5A-250 V dim: 5 X 20 TlME LAG FU2
COMB, PROTECTION WlRE
FOR CALL PANEL BUTTONS
1,6A-250Vdim: 5 x 2 0
SAFETY LANE QUICK ACTING
POWER SUPPLY
PROTECTION SP@E*FUSE
2A-250 V dim: 5 X 20 TlME LAG for FU? & FU7.
for FU2 & FU3 if
Type 1 transformer
5A-250V dim: 5x20
TIME LAG
YELLOW LED
RECTlFlED
CURRENT
PRESENT.
(brake, retinng ramp,
electrovalves, anti-creep ...)
FU7
RECTlFlED
Type 2 transformer CURRENT
2A-25OV dim: 5x20 TlME LAG PROTECTION
TYPE A
5A-250V dim: 5 x 20
TiME LAG

L IPA-L2PA-L3PA
PROTECTION
OF THE INPUT PHASES
FOR THE DOOR MOTOR
OPERATOR
2A-380V dim: 8,5 x 31,5
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter 1 page 21

LOCATION AND FUNCTION OF FUSES (212)


OF THE AUXlLlARIES BOARDS

FUI FU2
FUI D.C. Current
BH07 Protection
BOX (brake, retiring rarnp,
Protection electrovalves ...)
5A 250V dlm: 5 X 20 5A 250V dlm: 5 X 20
TlME LAO TlME LAO

Box and Board Spare fuse


Automatic Light for FU1
32mA 250V
FU3 dim: 5 x 20
Spare fuse TlME LAG
for F U I and FU2
5A dlm: 5 x 20
TlME LAG

Box and Board


Rectifier for FU2 FUI
TB191 transformer Ernergency Supply Protection PB09 Transformer
against the surintensities Protection
1,6A dlm: 5 X 20 32mA 250V dlm: 5 X 20
QUICK ACTING TlME M G
FUI
Ernergency Supply Protection
against the surintensities
0,5A 250V dlm: 5 X 20
QUICK ACTING
7r

FU1
Ernergency Supply Protection
against the surintensitles
0.5A 250V dlm: 5 X 20
TlME LAO

FU2
+24V Supply
Protection
0,5A 25OV dim: 5 X 20
TlME M G

Control Board
for uniocking zone
i n case of electrlc anticreep
Doors open
Aipha HB Installation manual -
Chapter 1 page 22

LOCATION OF THE LED, JUMPERS, SWITCH (112)


AND RELAY OF THE MAIN BOARD

GREEN D.E.L.
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter 1 page 23

LOCATION OF THE LED, JUMPERS, SWITCH (212)


AND RELAY OF THE AUXlLlARlES BOARDS

Visualisation of the presence Visualisation


Light supply of the relay state
\ \

Visualisation
of the supply

Box and Board


Automatic Light
controller
or
for End Iimit contact
Box and Board for hydraulic controller
Rectifier for transformer
Visualisation of the presence TB191
of the car in a unlocking zone
only in case of battery supply

Visualisation
of the relay state
-

Visualisation of the presence Control Board Control Board for unlocking zone
Ofthecar in a unlocking for unlocklng zone de zone de deverrouillage
in case of eiectric antiereep In case of electrlc anticreep Doors open
Doors open (European Directive 9M6ICE)
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter 1 page 24

CONTROLLER PARAMETER 1 DIAGNOSTIC


COMMUNICATION DEVICE

- " - 7 - 7 - - - - - - - - '
t* .L2-E- t2 k2-E- UL
FIA
rjrj FjrjFjrj
<' 1

I I
I I '
I I '

Communication device include on the BH12 board

8617\
MODlF
\ lndicator
parameter
access

Position of the sliding switches for parameter mode

7 -JI.+'.-
i,U U u U'i
i = = = li

IN OPTION :Position of the communication device plugable on the BH12 board


Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter 1 page 25

THE PARAMETERS AND THElR MYSTERIES


This chapter contains information which will allow you to adapt the
ALPHA-HB equipment to the specific conditions of the lift on which it is installed.

This adaptation is controlled by parameters, which you can modify according to your
needs using the removable parameter 1 diagnostic' communication device as
described below in the paragraph Accessing the parameters.
The parameters are memorised in a pariicular type of memory called an EEPROM
(or E2PROM) which keeps the information even when the equipment is
switched off.
Each parameter is linked to an abridqed name and an address which corresponds
to the position at which it is memorised in the EEPROM chip. As computers are
strange creatures, the addresses are expressed in a particular numbering system,
called an hexadecimal system (= a numbering system in base 16), which is made up
of numbers (from O to 9) as well as letters (A to F). This peculiarity aside, you only
need to consider the address as a marker (think of the game of battleships).

Accessinq the ara met ers

As mentioned above, you can see and modify the parameters using the
parameterldiagnostic communication tool; this is made up of 2 displays with 7
segments, 2 push buttons and 2 sliding switches integrated on the BH12 (position of
the sliding switches for parameter mode, page 24)

In option, this parameterldiagnostic communication device can be delivered,


unplugabeled (page 24) factory reference BG17.

To access the parameters, the left-hand slidinq switch must be at the bottom; this
position is shown as PAR (as in PARAMETER) on the board.

When the sliding switch is in this position, the decimal point on the right-hand display
lights up to remind you that you are looking at or modifying the parameters.

1 Note for those used to using Our previous manuals :


The term "parameterldiagnostic communication device" replaces the old term "cornmunicalion
tool" to avoid any risk of confusion with the equipment used to communicate (directly or by
telephone link) with the computer system (telesurveillance andlor telediagnostic).
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter 1 page 26

Displav modes
Depending on the information to be displayed, the ALPHA-HB uses the most
appropriate method of showing the information.

Digit Mode

The digit mode is useful to read or programme times, a the number of floors, the
number of doors for example.
Example: If we have a door operators delay (temporisation), we
program 04 at address 41.

Segment Mode

The segment mode uses the individual vertical segments on the display as shown
below.
Segment 6 1 , , 1 Segment 5
Segment 7 1 1 4 segment4

segment 3 f 1 1 9 Segment O

Segment 2 11- ' segment 1

This mode is useful to activate or deactivate different functions:


Example: To activate the "flashing direction arrows" option, segment
5 at address 08 must be ON.

The segment mode is also useful to view the state of inputs and outputs:
Example: To check that the CO input (car cal1 to level O) is correctly
read by the ALPHA-HB, you need to look at segment O at
address 00.

To change from digit to segment mode and vice-versa, slide the ADR-DON-MODIF
switch to ADWDON and pressm J
!t buttons at the same time, and release.
Alpha HB Installation manual Chapter 1- page 27

To chanqe the address or to view the inputs, outputs and parameters

ADRIDON

O Check that the ADWDON-MODIF switch is on ADWDON.

Q Scroll to the desired address (eg 41) by pressing the push buttons below the
display.
Press either button and the address will be displayed. Each time you press a
button the value displayed will be increased by 1.
RAM

PAR
BGI~
MODlF
Press the right hand button

-
from address 47 to
address 41

Leave the buttons for 1 second, and the contents of the selected address will be
displayed indefinitely.

MODIF MODIF

1 second later ...

To remind yourself of the current address~

If you forget the address you are at,

O Slide the ADWDON-MODIF switch to MODIF.

Then slide it back to ADWDON. This will show you the


address for 1 second, and then the contents.
YY MODIF

ADRIDON
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter 1 page 28

To chanae the parameters

Check that the RAM-PAR switch is to PAR.

A) In digit mode
II."
O Go to the parameter address as explained on the page before (e.g. 41).

MODlF

, 1 second I a t s

@
Slide the ADRIDON-MODIF switch to MODIF.

YIT MODlF

Use the push buttons to increaseldecrease to the new value (e.g. 07).

8617
MODlF Three Pushes on the right- MODlF

to change the value from


04 to 07.

@ Register the new value by pushing and releasing


both buttons at the same time.

ADRiDON

@ Slide the ADWDON-MODIF switch back to ADWDON.


Address 41 will show followed by its value 07.
B) In segment mode
O Go to the parameter address as previously explained (e.g. 08).
If the contents are displayed as a figure (82 in the example below), check that
the right hand switch is in the upper position, and press both buttons at the
same time; this will pass you into segment mode. The current address will be
displayed followed by the contents shown in segments. If not pass ont0
stage O.

MODIF

a
and release ...

I- The left-hand button acts on the TOP ROW of


segments (4 to 7),

The right-hand button acts on the B O T O M


Rangee Rang6e ROW of segments (O to 3).
SuDBrieure lnfbrleure

Q Slide the ADWDON-MODIF switch to MODIF.


In Our example we want to activate the "flashing direction
arrow" function (address 08 segment 5).
We have to light up segment 5 while keeping on al1 other
segments in their present state

-
Flkhes digwhntes lashlng dlrecon arrow

MODIF
BGI~ Press Press BG17
once once
m..

1 ECRIT 1
Repeat stages
@ and
shown on the
previous page.
Alpha HI3 Installation manual -
Chapter 1 page 30

CONCERNING THE ILLUSTRATIONS (II


Each connection that you will have to carry out is accompanied by an explication
and an illustration. The illustrations try to summarise in one page al1 the important
elements which will be necessary for you to carry out the corresponding function; i.e.:
The PARAMETERS which you need to check or adjust,
The CONNECTIONS themselves,
The corresponding VARIABLES or INPUTSIOUTPUTS,
The CONSEQUENCES of any possible ANOMALY connected with the function in
question.

In order to achieve this goal (or at least to try to) this manual uses the following symbols:

View of the parameterldiagnostic tool when you should check or


modify a parameter's value. Note that the push buttons are
shown in this case. The figure also specifies the position of the
sliding switches on the BG17 board.
View of the parameterldiagnostictool when you should check the
fl state or value of a variable. Note that the push buttons are not
shown in this case. The figure also specifies the position of the
sliding switches on the BG17 board.
XXXXXX
Name, address and possible segment number, for the variable or
Addm parameter shown in one of the 2 preceding figures.
Seg. Z
n You should check the value or state of the parameter indicated,
and of course changes the parameter if it does not correspond to
the value or state indicated.

b
You should adjust the value of the parameter indicated. The unit
used (second, 1110 second, millimetre, etc...) and the base
(decimal or hexadecimal) are displayed.
Note: You will find al1 useful information about the bases and the
conversions between bases in the chapter dedicated to
the parameters.
n Don't worry, be happy!
The parameter shown is at the right value, or the variable shown
reflects a normal operation of the function in question.

Now worry!
The parameter shown is the wrong value, or the variable shown
reflects a breakdown of the function in question.
Alpha Hl3 Installation manual -
Chapter 1 page 31

CONCERNING THE ILLUSTRATIONS (212

Keep an eye on this!


This symbol indicates that you can see the state of the function in
question. It is used instead of the "smiles" when there is no
correct or incorrect state strictly speaking. This would be the case
for example with the contact authorising movements when in full

a
speed inspection mode.
Fault!
The wiring of the current function has caused a fault code to be
displayed on the parameterldiagnostic tool.

= Permanent fault!
This symbol accompanies the above symbol, when the wiring of
the current function causes the permanent stop of the lift. In this
case, the only way of putting the lift into service is by an
intervention of you (or by cutting the power supply).
Fault code!
The fault code when there is a problem with the wiring of the
current function.
CHAPTER II

INSTALLATION
&
CONNECTING
THE SAFETY

WARNING!
Every intervention, connecting, on site maintenance,
in the controller must justified a systematic cut of the
main machine room switch provided by the
EN 81 standard 5 13.1.1.l.
Alpha HB Installation Manual Chapter II page 2
-
Alpha HB Installation Manual -
Chapter II page 3
INSTRUCTION FOR CONNECTING AN
TO THE SAFETY LANE
SAFETY LANE
END LlMlT CONTACT
FOR HYDRAULIC PRIMARY DOOR DOOR
LlFT SAFETY CLOSED LOCKED
CONTACTS CONTACTS CONTACTS

MAKE SURE THAT ALL OF THE TERMINALS

lCvl 1 1
RS ( CV & RS : HINGED TERMINALS TO TEST THE ARE CORRECTLY TlGHTENED !
INSULATION OF THE SAFETY LANE

4 2 SEPARATE WlRES
Note : To make this diagram clearer, the electronic
interfaces and the controller have been ornitted.

a The
Connection of the interfaces to he lift's safety lane in llOV
of the secondary winding of the transformer which powers the safety lane must
only be connected to the CV hinied terminal, by a wire whose the colour is neither
green and vellow, nor blue.
Only the hinged terminal mentioned above should carry the label a;no other terminal in
the controller should have this label.
@ With the exception of movement contactors (connected to the controller relays)
devices (contactors, electronic interfaces) with a pole connected to the safety lane, must
have their other pole connected uniquelv to the RS hinied terminal (Reference
-
Securities), by a wire whose the colour is neither green and vellow. nor blue.
The devices connected to the safety lane (BHOZ andlor B H I I ) have 2 connecting point
@ cal1 RSE and RSS. (Reference Safety : Entr6e (INPUT), et mference Safety : Sortie
(OUTPUT))
Only the first RSE terminal of the erstest device must be connected to the hinred
terminal RS, the others must "be chained", by connecting terminal RSS of the first on
terminal RSE of the second, and so on, terminal RSS of the last device being
connected to input RSE of the automatism.

@ ~ h hinged
e terminals RS and CV must never be wired tonether; they must
be linked to the protection conductor PE by 2 separate wires, whose
colours must be neither nreen and yellow, nor blue.
Alpha HB Installation Manual -
Chapter II page 4

MEASUREMENT OF THE INSULATION OF THE SAFETY CHAIN


EN 81 standard 13.1.3 a), state that the minimum insulation resistance of the safety chain shall
be 500 000 R 1:
13.1.3 lnsulation resistance of the electrical installation (CENELEC HD 384.6.61 SI)

The insulation resistance shall be measured between each live conductor and earth.

Minimum values of insulation resistance shall be taken from table 5.


Nominal circuit voltage Test voltage (D.C.) lnsulation resistance
V V MR
SELV 250 2 0,25
1 500 500 2 0,5
> 500 1O00 2 1,0
When the circuit includes electronic devices, phase and neutral conductors shall be connected
together during measurement.
In order to facilitate the measurement of the insulation resistance of ,the safety chain ask by EN 81-1
Annex D D.2 f) 1) for electric lifts and EN 81-2 Annex D D.2 e) 1) for hydraulic lifts AUTINOR
controllers are provided with switching terminals named CV and RS.
These two are Weidmller model WTR 2.5, reference 101110 which electrical characteristics,
according IEC 947-7-1 are:
Tension 500 VI lntensity 16 A, Section 2,5 mm2
For an easy work, the terminals are installed close together on the electromechanical rail and each
terminal have a yellow switching lever; when the two levers are in the off position, al1 elements of the
controller related to the safety chain are disconnected from the earth.
TO AVOlD DAMAGE TO ELECTRONICS, PUT THE LEVERS OF THE 2 TERMINALS CV AND RS IN
THE OFF POSITION BEFORE MEASURING INSULATlONl

CV 81RS :SWlTCHlNG TERMINALS FOR


INSULATION OF THE S A F E N CHAIN

7
cv Li Ul U2
RS L2 Vl V2

(EXAMPLE OF ELECTROMECHANICAL RAIL)

AEARTH CONNECTION BAR


Measurement of the insulation resistance of the safety chain: example for Alpha controiier.

These values are the same to those indicated in table 61 A of standard NF C 15-100, identical to the values
indicated in publication CE1 364-6, not yet harmonised on the level of CENELEC (but which were the subject
of the project of harmonisation PrHD 384-6 in Mars 1990).
Alpha HB Installation Manual -
Chapter II page 5

CONNECTION OF THE DOORS S A F E N CONTACTS


BETWEEN 6 AND 10 (112)

1
Door
Closing
Contact
=&
L-J L=!!----,
- Door closing contact andlor
locking of the hinged doors (*)

Level n Level m

In case of Car and Landing Automatics doors Connecting

Door
Closing
Contact
In case of hinged doors and automatic car door
Alpha HB Installation Manual -
Chapter II page 6

CONNECTION OF THE DOORS SAFETY CONTACTS


BETWEEN 6 AND 10 (212)

- --
w
4

n
Door closing contacts

Level
of the hinged doors

+----
Level
rn
Door
Closing
Contact
Contacts of the
hinged doors

Level
n
Level
rn
of the car and landing doors

Door closing contacts andlor


locking of the hinged doors (*)

Level
n
Level
m

In case of mixed service automatic car door,


hinged doors or automatic at some levels

1 Door closing contacts


of the hinged doors 1 1 Door locking contacts
ofthe hinged doon 1
In case of hinged door without car door (flush shaft)
CHAPTER III

INSTALLATION
&
CONNECTING
IN MACHINEROOM
Alpha HB Installation Manual Chapter III page 2
-
CONNECTING OF MACHINE ROOM

DIRECT

MOTOR
ALGl
DC Supply = Diode
BLAlN DW DSV
H8C
AC Supply = RC DOVER
DFV = Down Fast Valve DSV = Down Slow Valve
U W = Up Fast Valve USV = Up Slow Valve
Minimum oit
level contact
Input Voltage Safeiy In use Fault
220 or 380 V thenno-contact lndicator lndicator OPTION Bridge
Oil level I ;
Fault
contact rCi, - + TCS

t - " b o - -0. -. c-
DNH NHM OV PH YUSD
11 CI 241 OV O
; GM OV,

I HYDRAU. BOARD 1
K IO KM11
(Top)
M22
(TOP)
PM22
(BOTOM)
,,KM11
(BOTOM)
KM11
(TOP) 1

MAIN BOARD BH12


Alpha Hl3 Installation Manual -
Chapter III page 3

STAR-DELTA START OF THE PUMP M

DemDir
Direct start?
Add. 5C
Seg. 1 off

b
TDemYD
Star-delta start
Time (delay)
Add. 58
Hex

Earth motor in the oil tank


L
w
C o ~ e c t i n gfor the Star-delta start
Alpha HB Installation Manual -
Chapter III page 4

DIRECT START OF THE PUMP MOTOR

DemDir
Direct start?
Add. 5C
Seg. 1 on

-
Star coupling
1, Earth
-
Motor 220 V 1 380V on 380 V Network
' -
motor in the oil tank &-
Delta coupling
Motor 380 V on 380 V Network
Motor 220 V on 220 V Network
Connecting for the Direct start
Alpha HB Installation Manual -
Chapter III page 5

THERMAL PROTECTION OF THE PUMP MOTOR


& CONTROL OF THE MACHINE ROOM TEMPERATURE

Motor protection against


overloads: Connection of
embedded thermistor
and /or thermo-contact &
control of the machine
room temperature by '
1
RESISTANCE
CTP
I
l
I
thermo-contact I
I I
I I
TRACTION 1
I MOTOR
L + --<b-<)----1

STH MACHINE ROOM


TEMPERATURE

STH
PAR MODlF
THermic probe

mn 11
Add. 12 RAM ADRIDON
Seg. 3
tlPAR MODlF

Viewing motor thermal protection state or thermic probe state

I \

Consequences of an over heating of the motor or machine r w m


Alpha HB Installation Manual -
Chapter III page 6

CONNECTING OF HYDRAULIC U

The tables below give you the correspondence between 'the valves of your
hydraulic unit and the terminais blocks VI, V2, V3 and V4 of ALPHA HB controller

Alphabeticallv of hvdraulic units name:

Type of
Type of
ALPHA-HIHB VI v2 v3 v4
Hydraulic unit
Hydraulic
unit
a SPECIFIC >> GVD GVM PVD PVM 04 -
ALGl DFV UFV DSV USV 01 8
BERINGER 3 KI K4 K2 03 9
BERINGER +
ESTART
K3 KI K4 K2 06 11

BLAlN DFV UFV DSV USV 01 8


DOVER DFV UFV DSV USV 02 8
GMV MARTINI 3V - VML VMD VMP 00 7
H&C DFV UFV DSV USV 01 8
MORlS EA EB EYID 00 7
OMAR EV2 EVD EVS 00 p
7
START ELEVATOR - +MR 8 - 05 10
Alpha HB Installation Manual -
Chapter III page 7

ULI

Hydraulic Unit Type (G)


w
Add. 5B

GMVMARTlNl3V VML VMD VMP


MORIS EA EB EYID
OMAR EV2 EVD EVS
-

* DO NOT FORGET TO PUT THE DIODES


IN CASE OF COlL POWERED
IN DIRECT CURRENT
Alpha HB Installation Manual -
Chapter In page 8

HYDRAULIC UNIT ALGIN BLAlN H&C (TYPE 01) OR


DOVER (TYPE 02)

TYPE 1 :

- - -

Hydraulic Unit Type


Add. 5B
(c)
w
TYPE 2 :
Aipha HB Installation Manual -
Chapter II page 9

HYDRAULIC UNIT BERINGER (TYPE 03)

TYPHY~
Hydraulic Unit Type
Add. 5 6
@

*
AUTINOR does not guarantee
the conformity of its equipment
to the regulation on
Electromagnetic Compatibility
when they are associated
with electronic modules which
are not its production.
It thus does not install
these modules in the controller.
Alpha HB Installation Manual -
Chapter III page 10

HYDRAULIC UNIT START ELEVATOR (TYPE 05)

. . .

Hydraulic Unit Type


Add. 5B

1
- -
+
de la carte BG22
ou Alim. externe
ALIMENTATION
DES
ELECTROVANNES

* RACCORDEMENT DU
THERMOCONTACT DE
TEMPERATURE D'HUILE
** RACCORDEMENT DE
L'ELECTROVANNE DE
SECOURS
VDEM ELECTROVANNEDE
DEMARRAGE

SEC ELECTROVANNE DE
SECOURS

DE ELECTROVANNE DE
DESCENTE

PV CONTACT DE FIN DE
COURSE PETITE VITESSE
GV CONTACT DE FIN DE
COURSE GRANDE VITESSE
M MOTEUR DE VANNE
Alpha HB Installation Manual -
Chapter JII page 11

HYDRAULIC UNIT << BERINGER + ESTART (TYPE 06)

- . -

Hydraulic Unit Type ()


w
Add. 5B

lt input

lTO"t,t

ELECTRONIC MODULE

2MVAC:NrW50087:N - L I
-
400 VAC : Nr W50088 :LI K

AUTINOR does not guarantee the conformity of its equipment


to the regulation on Electromagnetic Compatibility
when they are associated with electronic modules
which are not its production.
It thus does not install these modules in the controller.
Alpha Hi3 Installation Manual -
Chapter iJJ page 12

CONNECTING OF EMERGENCY VALVE

Automatic recall to the lowest level, in hydraulics, by emergency valve in case of


interruption of current if the safety chain is established.

END LlMlT EMERGENCY


EMERGENCY VALVE
CONTACT
(OPTIONAL)
Alpha HB Installation Manual -
Chapter III page 13

OIL PROTECTION AGAINST OVERHEATlNG

.........
Oii protection against r---------
overheating. 1 HYDRAULIC UNIT
Connection of embedded I
OIL TANK
thermistor TCS CTP
and /or thermo-contact.

IF THE OUTPUT
IS NOT USED
-

ADRIDON

MTH
Oil temperature PAR MODlF

measure
Add. 12
Seg. 4

Visualisation of the oii thermal protection state or the therrnic probe state

Consequences of an oii overheating


Alpha HB Installation Manual -
Chapter III page 14

OIL LEVEL FAULT (LACK OF OIL

DNH
Oil level fault
Add. 5C
Seg. 3

Lack of oii: Connecting of the float contact

DNH
Oil level fault
Add. Od
Seg. 4
Lack of oii: Visualisation of the float contact state

Consequences of a lack of oii or Safety lane cut (Reset the installation)


Aipha HB Installation Manual -
Chapter III page 15

MINI

IF THE OUTPUT NHM

Minimum oil level: Connecting of the float contact

NHM
Minimum oil level
1 RAM

Minimum oil level: Visualisation of the float contact state

\i 111
GJ
Consequences of a minimum oil level
Alpha Hl3 Installation Manual -
Chapter III page 16

VlEWlNG OF THE UNLOCKING ZONE

BATTERY
CHARGER
BOARD
-
12V 0,5 11,2 Ah
Life cycle of battery
is between 5 and 7 years

Viewing of the position


of the car in unlocking zone
, only in the case
of emergency power
Standard
EN 81.2 5 12.9.3

Protection of
ememencv ~ o w e \
againsfovekiurrent
r.
E)
\
0,5A 250V dim: 5 X 20
QUlCK ACTING

lt Input
"
-
1i1 -1.

B
AUTINOR
m.
N57A
SHB

Viewing of the unlocking zone in emergency power.


Alpha HI3 Installation Manual -
Chapter IIi page 17

DELAYED DEPARTURE

Fr
SUSD
DELAYED
DEPARTURE

lT-
CONTACT

Connection of the delayed departure contact.

RAM ADWDON

SUSD PAR
1t
MODlF
Delayed departure
Add. OE I RAM ADWDON~
Seg. 2

O ta PAR II at MODIF

Viewing of the delayed departure

Consequence of the delayed departure


CHAPTER IV

INSTALLATION
&
CONNECTING
IN SHAFT
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter IV page 2

END LlMlT CONTACT ON B H I I

Free
* Terminal
Factory
Wiring

Connecting of the end limit contact


6
Primary safety I RAM ADRIDONI
established
-
Add. 12 Seg. O
& MINIBLOC
Add. FF - Seg. O
Viewing of the end limit contact state

Consequences of the limit contact state


Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter IV page 3

FIXING THE SLOTTED-TAPE BRACKE


Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter IV page 4

NG THE BRACKETS FOR CONTROL


OF THE DOOR-ZONE
Alpha Hl3 Installation manual -
Chapter IV page 5

POSITION OF THE DOOR-ZONE PO1 SENSOR OR PROXlMlTY


SWITCHES (I.L.S.) AND TAPE HEAD 003 SELECTOR

Position of door-zone PO1 sensors and tape-head 003 selector

Position of proximity switches (1.L.S) door-zone sensors and tape-head 0 0 3 selector


Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter IV page 6

POSITION OF THE VANES FOR DOOR-ZONE PO1 SENSORS


IN CASE OF DOORS OPEN MOVEMENTS

-E
o
D
----
\
1--fl
--
HIGHEsT
LEvEL L

SLOW SPEED
UP LEVELLING
ZONE

-:
SLOW SPEED
DOWN LEVELLING
ZONE

DOOR- -
L-1- -
LEVELZONE f Y L E v E L L - 1
----

TAPE-HEAD
PO1
SLOW SPEED
UP LEVELLING
ZONE

DOOR-
LEvEL
ZONE
1
----
:wLEv SLOW SPEED
DOWN LEVELLING
ZONE

SLOW SPEED
UP LEVELLING
ZONE

SLOW SPEED
DOWN LWELLING
ZONE

DOOR- ZONE
LEVEL O
----
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter IV page 7

POSITION OF THE MAGNETS FO


THE DOOR-ZONE READ BY PROXIMITY S
-----
DOOR- ZONE HIGHEST
LEVEL L LEVEL L
-----

SLOW SPEED
UP LEVELLING
ZONE

SLOW SPEED

31; 1 4
DOWN LEVELLING
ZONE
-----

DOOR- ZONE LEvEL L - i


LEVEL L-1
-----

-----

PROXIMITY
DOOR- ZONE
LEVEL 2
----- I-* LEVEL 2

SLOW SPEED
SWITCHES UP LEVELLING
ZONE

SLOW SPEED
DOWN LEVELLING
ZONE

I
DOOR- ZONE
LEVEL 1 - - - - - - LEVELI ~
SLOW SPEED
UP LEVELLING
ZONE

SLOW SPEED
DOWN LEVELLING
ZONE

-3w
DOOR- ZONE
LEVEL O - - - - - LEVELO
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter IV page 8

DOOR SECURITY BRIDGE BOARD RELE


PRE-OPENING BOARD
VISUALISATION OF THE DOOR-ZON

WARNING!
In case of a
N57A or N58A
use,
for the doors
safety bridge or
re-levelling

See specific!
manual !

ispection
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter IV page 9

DOOR SECURITY BRIDGE BOARD RELEVE


PRE-OPENING BOARD
VlSUALlZATlON OF THE DOOR-ZONE (N
From the safety Visualisation of the presence
battery charger board VZAS of the car in a unlocking zone
P309 only in case of battery supply
K37 terminal
rl
jr Free
2.9.3
iiii terminal

Proximity switch ?CL-


for B door-zone c m

Proximity switch

For each N57 you can find attached a specific documentation (Directive relating to lift
(95116lEC) Annex 1 6.1.) concerning this safety component.
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter IV page 10

SET-UP OF THE RELEVELLING OPTION (113)


Function :
The RELEVELLING function consists in giving the car on level when this one
deviates some for a reason or another.
The startup of this function requires, compared to the base, a modification of the
MATERIEL as well as specific PROGRAMMING.
Concerninci the MATERIAL :
It is imperative to assemble the device of bridging of the safety lane ((N62 + 2
sensors PO1 or I.L.S.) or (N57 + 2 I.L.S.)) for the door opening zone + ISO contactor

Concernini the PROGRAMMATION : (The reading values are factory values)

Customer
Relevelling ?
Add. 63
Seg. 5

Number of
Relevelling pulses
Stop Zone
Hex

BNDISO Number of
Relevelling Jump pulses
Add. bC
u Hex
Note:
The relevelling stop zone is the same on both sides of the level.

Relevelling
Time
Add. 19 w Hex
Alpha HI3 Installation manual -
Chapter IV page 11

SET-UP OF THE RELEVELLING OPTION (213)


1) RELEVELLING DOORS OPEN.

IPO
Relevelling Doors
Open?
Add. 08
Seg. O

POSITION OF THE ZONE VANE

STOP-ZONE

2) RELEVELLING DOORS CLOSED.

IPF
Relevelling doors
closed?
Add. 08
Seg. 1
1 BGI7 ECRIT A

ZONARD = DOWN STOP ZONE

1 ZONARI = RELEVELLINGSTOP ZONE


1 ZONARI = RELEVELLING STOP ZONE
ZONARM = UP STOP ZONE
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter IV page 12

SET-UP OF THE RELEVELLING OPTION (313)


THE EVENTUALY FAULTLES DEFAUTS EVENTUELS.
The frequency drive MLlft supervise if the car does not come out of the unlocking zone
when there is a relevelling movement
In this case, you can read 57 (fault code) Going beyond of the relevelling zone
(Dpassement de la zone ISO) .
The frequency drive MLlft supervise if the relevelling device does not made a
Pumping movement i.e. the car is not able to be stabilised in the Relevelling stop
zone.
If the frequency drive MLlft count 6 " pumping movement " white following and on the
same level, it stops the movement then and displays fault code 58 " More than 6
relevelling movements ".
The fault code 58 does not s t o the
~ Lift.
The frequency drive MLlft surpervise if the relevelling movement is during the
programming time TPlSO address 19.
If it is not the case, the frequency drive MLlft display the fault code 59 " Overtaking
of slow speed delay on relevelling movement "

SETUP OF THE PRE-OPENlNG OPTION


Function:
The prelopening function aims at increasing the trafic by starting the doors
opening before the car is totally stopped..

POSITION OF THE ZONE VANE


----- -----------

DISTANCE OF
RE-OPENING

Take care of programming the parameter ZDEVER :

b
ZDEVER
in
Unlocking mm
Zone
Add. d4 & d5 Dec
CHAPTER V

INSTALLATION
&
CONNECTING
ON LANDING
Alpha HB Installation manual Chapter V page 2
-
CONNECTING ON LANDING: 2 TO 12 LEVELS (SAPB OR COLLECTIVE 1 BUTTON)

1 MAIN BOARD BH12 1 i


I
KP21 (top) 7 KP2l ( b o t t ~ r n ) ~ CP27 +P24 (bottorn)~ y CP25 (bottorn) 1 r K 2 6 (top & bottom
9 / KC28 (top)] 1
i 7CP29 (bottorn3
MHS 1

LANDlNG

1 1 1 - OUT OF
24V 1 1.2W SERVICE KEY
24V 1 1.2W DIGITAL IN USE
INDICATORS UP or D O W
ARROWS INDICATOR
THE LANDING CALL BUTTONS ARE CONNECTED ID30 or ID50 "ON S.A.P.B.' ' FIRE
SAPE or COLLECTIVE 1 BUTTON SERVICE
KEY
12 FLOORS MAX.
(Without Positionning outputs, Duplex.
Level damaged by Fire and double selectlve service)
\
PROGRAMMATION:
*On S.A.P.B., the acceptancesam connectedon PM22(Top) con1 sctor
- IN SAPB: Add 07-Seg 7-LIT ; Add 5GSegt 5-LIT, Seg 6-UNLIT
-IN COLLECTIVE 1 BUTTON: Add 07-Seg 7-UNLIT ; Add 5GSeg 5-LIT, Seg 6-LIT
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter V page 3

LANDING CALLS AND ACCEPTANCES 1

the acceptances are


connected on
PM22(Top) connector l I

1P l LEVELO _L 1 1

1 I
COMB
I

Landing caiis connection

Fuse for the output


COMB protection
QUlCK ACTING
FU2 : 1,6 A
dim. :5 x20

Landing caiis preview


Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter V page 4

LANDING CALLS AND ACCEPTANCES 212

Blocag
Single Automatic
operation (S.A.P.B.)
Add. 07
Seg. 7

Coilective or S.A.P.B Landing calls Selection

MsqMo
Mask the
landing calls for
Up >>
Add. 13 & 14 Ad. 13 Ad. 14
Seg. O to 7 & O to 2 / u\tV I

BG17 ECRIT A

MsqDe
Mask the
landing calls for
Down D
Add. 16 & 17 Ad. 16 Ad. 17
Seg. O to 7 & O to 3 P Ut II1 \ / YI- 1

BG17 ECRIT J 6617 ECRIT A

PX- APPALD
Down
landing calls
Add. 06 & 07
Seg. O to 7 & O to 3

Landing cails preview


Alpha HB Installation manual Chapter V page 5 -
ID 30 MODEL, LANDING POSITION INDICATOR

REPTxx
REPeaTer
at level xx
Add. 28 to 33
To program if necessarv.
The indicator codes are supplied
with the digital indicators.
1 BGI 7 ECRIT 1

ID 30 model, position indicator connection


Ex :The car 1s at 1st level, the car M c a t o r dispiay 1

PosLog y - - - -
-
but the theoraiid position W
----- a y 3.
Y

Theoretical
Position
RAM ADRIDON I
I
I
wLeve
l
3rd i e v e ~
2nd ~ e v e l
1st Level
I I
bel5
4
Level 3
I I
I
1
I
1 Ground Level uLevel2 1
of the lift PAR MODlF
1
1
1st B a s e m e n t u ~ e v e1l
2nd Basement .u ~ e v eOl
1

Add. 24
Theoretical position preview
Alpha HB Installation manual Chapter V page 6 -
ID 50-1 MODEL, LANDING POSITION INDICATOR

REPeaTer
at level xx
Add. 28 to 33
To program if necessaW.
The indicator codes are supplied
with the digital indicators.

ID 50-1 model, position indicator connection

Ex :The car 1s at 1st level,the car lndlutadicplay 1


but ihe iheoretlcal posltlondlsplay 3.
PosLog ----- 7 7

ADWDON I I I I I I
Theoretical I 3rd i e v e ~ ~ e v e5i
~eve14
I
l
Position 1 Ground ~ e v ~2
e Level3
Level u I
I
of the lift PAR /
MODlF
1 1st Basement&
1 2nd Basement&.Level
Level 1
O
1
1
Add. 24 I l l m 1
I- - - - - J 1 1
Theoretical position preview
Alpha HB Installation manual Chapter V page 7 -
ID 50 MODEL, LANDING POSITION INDICATOR

REPTxx
REPeaTer
at level xx
Add. 28 to 33
To program if necessarv.
The indicator codes are supplied
with the digital indicators.

ID 50
24R1
O V 7
CREP-

FlXED IN BOTTOM BOX

ID 50 model, position indicator connection

Ex : The car I r a l s i l w d . the car Indlcator dlsplay 1


but th0 theomcal porlUon dlsplay 3.
PosLog
Theoretical 1 2nd Level Level4 1
Position I ~eve13 l
l
of the lift 1 1st Basement u. Level 1 1

Add. 24
Theoretical position preview
Alpha HB Installation manual Chapter V page 8 -
IDFL 30 150 MODEL, LANDING POSITION INDICATOR
WlTH ARROWS

REPTxx
REPeaTer
at level xx
Add. 28 to 33
To program if necessary.
l e indicator codes are supplied
with the digital indicators.

IDFL 30 1 5 0
... 10
..... mm
a
...
ooeeom
\O +FD
= + F M I

FlXED IN BOlTOM BOX


or
FlXED IN FRONT
I
24R

0000

OV FD
I_
I I 1
--
= - i
i
I l
1

IDFL 30 / 50 model, position indicator connection


Ex :The car Ir at la leval, he car lndicatwdisplay 1

PosLog 1 1
-the
- - but -theoraical
- ---, posltlon display 3.
----- 7

ADRIDON I Il 1 I II I
~heorefical I 1

1t
3rd'ievel- ~ e v5 i
1 2nd ~ e v e ~ +#$ L ~ V4~ I I
Position l 1st ~ e v e ~ ,,,
~eve13 1
1 Ground Level- Level2 1
of the lift PAR MODlF
1 2nd Basement-*- Level O
Add. 24 1 1 1

Theoretical position preview


Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter V page 9

STANDARD PROGRAMMING
Level Address

EXAMPLE: Configuration for an installation of 8 LEVELS including 2 BASEMENT.


If at Level 2 - Ground Level (Address PA), we desire RC displayed, we program 1C to parameter
address 2A (REPTxx : REPeaTer at level xx).

Select address 2A corresponding to the 2nd level with Push


O buttons.

1 second later, a value is displayed, if this value suits you


@ (OUTexample 1C) Don't change it, if not, slide the
ADWDON - MODIF switch to MODIF

Modify the value to obtain 1C with push buttons to


@ increaseldecrease to the new value.
Register the new value by pushing and releasing both
buttons at the same time.

O -
Slide the ADWDON MODIF switch to ADWDON

The new value is memorised.


Alpha HB -
Installation manual Chapter V page 10

IDFL 30 150 MD MODEL, LANDING POSITION INDICATOR W


SCROLLING MESSAGES ARROWS

REPTxx
REPeaTer
at level xx
Add. 28 to 33
To program if necessarv.
The indicator codes are supplied
with the digital indicators.

24R+
0V-b IO(
-CREP+ a ' ..
..i
....e
.m.
-

. : : :0
.ml O/
FlXED IN BOTTOM BOX
or
FlXED IN FRONT

ri

000
n
G4
CREP

-
-
IDFL 30 / 50 MD model, position indicator connection
Ex :The car 1s ai tsi ievei, the car lndlcator display 1
but Me Meoreilcal poritlon display 3.
PosLog ----- 7 ----- 7

ADRIDON 1 Il 1 I II l
Theoretical I 3rd ' i e v e ~ LW;;
L9vel4
5 I
I
Position 1 Ground Level
L9vel3
Level2
I
1
of the lift PAR MODlF 1 1st Basement-~evell 1

Add. 24
Theoretical position preview
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter V page 11
POSITION INDICATOR WlTH
ARROWS PRO
Alpha HI3 Installation manual -
Chapter V page 12

FL 30 150 MODEL, LANDING DIRECTION ARROWS

Direction indicator
flashing
Add. 08
Seg. 5

FL 30 / 50 model, direction arrows connection

FM & FD
Up arrow &
Down arrow
Add. 15 PAR MODlF
Seg. 4 & 5
FL 30 / 50 model, direction arrows state preview
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter V page 13

LANDING DIRECTION ARROWS


MODEL WlTH LlGHT < OR > TO 1,2 W

FLCLIG
rection indicator
flashing
Add. 08
Seg. 5

Direction arrows connection

FM & FD 1 RAM FD, FM ADRIDONI


Up arrow &
Down arrow
Add. 15 PAR MODlF
Seg. 4 & 5
Direction arrows state preview
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter V page 14

UT OF SERVICE LlGHT ON LANDING (112)

VHS n
Out of service light
on SPGX
Add. 79
Seg. 4,5,6

THE OUTPUTS
SPGx PRODUCE
Out of service
contact and light
connection

OUT OF OUT OF
SERVICE LlGHT SERVICE
24V 1 1,2W K26 KC28 CONTACT

from OV
MHS
ON LANDING

MHS RAM ADRIDON

Out of service
Add. OE
Seg. 1 PAR
8t
MODlF

Out of service contact state preview


Alpha HB Installation manual Chapter V - page 15

OUT OF SERVICE LlGHT ON LANDING (212)

NIVMHS
Out of service level
Add. 43
Seg. O to 3 & 7

MHSPF
Out of service door
closed?
Add. 09 1
'
Seg. 2

1 l

Consequences of a configuration error of outputs SPG1, SPG2 and SPG3


(several functions at the same physical output)
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter V page 16

LANDING (( ENGAGED >> LlGHT

ENGAGED LlGHT
24V 1 TOTAL 1A MAX

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 1

LEVEL O
ov LlGHT
I

Landiig engaged light connection

CL
Engaged light
(Flashing)
Add. 28
Seg. 5
Engaged light state preview
CHAPTER VI

INSTALLATION
&
CONNECTING
IN CAR
Alpha HB Installation manual Chapter VI - page 3

CAR CALLS AND ACCEPTANCES 112

Car caiis connection

Fuse for the output


COMB protection
QUlCK ACTING
FU2 : 1,6 A
dim. : 5 x 20

Car calls preview


Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter VI page 4

CAR CALLS AND ACCEPTANCES 212

Blocag
S.A.P.B
Add. 07
Seg. 7

MsqCab
Mask the
Car calls
Add. 1 0 & 1 1
Seg. O to 7 &O to 3

Cx (ENVCAB)
Car calls
CO to C l 1
Add. 00 & 01
Seg. O to 7 &O t o 3
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter VI page 5

CONNECTING OF TAPE HEAD 003-1 & 003-2


FOR COUNTING WlTH SLOTTED TAPE (112)

STATE OF
BEAM A & BEAM B

The tape head must be placed


at least at 20 cm

CONNECT NOTHING ON
OV & + 24 CP22 (AV)
OF THE TAPE-HEAD CAA u o n ~
CAB !1no0

Connecting of tape head 003-1 or 003-2 (Tape head for Slotted tape)

Minibloc
ADWDON
Tape head beam A
Tape head beam B
Add. FF
Seg. 7 & 6
Bt
EX,D (EXM 003-2)
EXD (& EXM (003-2))
I RAM \ 1 ADRIDONI
Extreme Down contact
(& Extreme Up contact)
Add. 11
Seg. 3 (& 2 (EXM))
Beam CA & CB of tape head 003-1 or 003-2 preview
Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter VI page 6

CONNECTING OF TAPE HEAD 003-1 & 003-


FOR COUNTING WlTH SLOTTED TAPE (212)
C M & CAB CAB C+A

Tape head beam A ADRIDON

Tape head beam B


Add. 11
Seg. O & 1
PAR bi/ Et MODlF

Inversion of the car, movement

Consequence of an incorrect reading by CA & CB signal

Consequence of the tape head 0 0 3 fault

I l
Tape head 003 not powered
Aipha HB Installation manual -
Chapter VI page 7

CAR ALARM BUTTON

CHARGER
BOARD
12V10,5 /1,2 Ah

N L
BAiTERY CHARGER
220v SUPPLY
'&ALARM

EMERGENCY
BUiTON LlGHTlNG

Car alarm button connection


Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter VI page 8

CAR STOP BUTTON

BATTERY
CHARGER
BOARD
-
12V 0,5 11,2 Ah
Life cycle of battery
is between 5 and 7 years

JUNCTION BOX

Car stop
button
(14.2.2.2) "'(~~261 7~17)

01
no non ooo

N L
BUZZER Battery charger
220v supply

1 I

Car stop button connection


Alpha HB Installation manual -
Chapter VI page 9

ANTI-CREEP DEVICE (113)

TAQUET

Add. 5C
Seg. O

CAM
Retiring Ramp
CAME on SPGZ
Adr. 7B
Bt. 4,5,6

Anti-creeps
power supply
Alpha Hl3 Installation manual -
Chapter VI page 10

ANTI-CREEP DEVlCE (213)

Connecting of
the contacts
associates with
anti-creeps

CONTACT
OF
IN CASE OF

covJv
RETRACTABLE N o l
ONE ANTI-CREEP,
SHUNT THE TERMINALS
TAQZ AND T A Q K
EVENTUALLY

F-..
"ONTAcT
OF
RETRACTABLE N02 CONTA-
TAQ2
- l oN

PAR TAQ2 MODlF

Add. 62
Seg. O & 1

Viewing of the state of the contact@)of retractable of "anti-creep(s) device"

Dctqet
Doubly of
Anti-creeps
Control
Temporisation
- \u)
Add. 5F
Seg. 3
Doubly of delay related to the control of retraction of the "anti-creep device"