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Installation manual

ALPHA LEGEND
AC12 Board

Programme : AC12 - Vol


Programme : VSC-V03 Edition of 14 June 2005
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ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATlBlLlTY

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 conformity, and according
to professional rules, al1 AUTiNORcontrollers are supplied with an engagement of conformity.

Your declara,tionof conformity can rest on this engagement,


only if the equipment has been installed exactly as advised in this manual.

O Copyright 2005 AUTINORAII rights reserved.


ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual ~ a a 3e

HOW TO I N S T A L THE CONTROLLER CABINET AND STANDARD PRESCRIPTIONS (1/2) ...................................5


CONTROLLER POSITION AND ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (1/3) ................................................................7
MINIMUM CONNECTIONS NECESSARY FOR INITIAL MOVEMENT (1/2)..................................................................... IO
FREQUENCY DRIVE PARAMETER /DIAGNOSTIC COMMUNICATION DEVICE .........................................................12
POWER-UP FOR INITLAL MOVEMENT (1/2).........................................................................................................................17
LOCATION OF VECOI TERMINALS ........................................................................................................................................19
LOCATION OF AC12 TERMINALS ..........................................................................................................................................20
LOCATIONAND FUNCTION OF FUSES ................................................................................................................................21
CONNECTING THE ELEMENTS IN THE MACHINE ROOM ..............................................................................................22
CONNECTING THE ELEMENTS OF THE CAR STATION CAR CALLS. C A L ACCEPTANCE. INDICATORS.
SWITCHES UP TO 12 FLOORS. SAPB .....................................................................................................................................23
CONNECTING THE ELEMENTS OF THE CAR STATION CAR CALLS. C A L ACCEPTANCE. INDZCATORS.
SWITCHES UP TO 12 FLOORS. D O W COLLECTIVE .........................................................................................................24
CONNECTING THE ELEMENTS OF THE CAR STATION CAR CALLS. CALL ACCEPTANCE. INDICATORS.
SWITCHES UP TO 8 FLOORS. FULL COLLECTIVE .............................................................................................................25
CONNECTING THE PROXIMITYSWITCHES (T.L.S) FOR COUNTING WITH MAGNETICSTRIPS .............................26
CONNECTZNG THE TAPE HEAD 003-1 & 003-2 FOR COUVTING NlTH SLOTTED TAPE..........................................27
CONNECTING THE ELEMENTS ON LANDING LANDING CALLS. C A L ACCEPTANCE. INDICATORS.
SWITCHES UP TO 12 FLOORS. SAPB .....................................................................................................................................28
CONNECTING THE ELEMENTS ON LANDZNG LANDING C A L S . C A L ACCEPTANCE. INDICATORS.
SWITCHES UP TO 12 FLOORS. D O W COLLECTIVE .........................................................................................................29
CONNECTING THE ELEMENTS ON LANDING LANDING CALLS. C A L ACCEPTANCE. INDICATORS.
SWITCHES UP TO 8 FLOORS. FULL COLLECTIVE ............................................................................................................. 30
POSITION OF MAGNETIC STRIPS FOR PROXTMITY SWITCHES (I.L.S.) SELECTOR IN 2 SPEEDS ......................... 31
CONNECTING THE AF21. AF22. AF23 INDICATORS ..........................................................................................................32
INDICATORS PARAMETERS TABLE ......................................................................................................................................33
CONNECTING THE MULTIPLEXACl3 BOARD BUS CAN VERTICAL /HORIZONTAL ................................................34
COMMISSIONING PROCEDURE .............................................................................................................................................35
FIXING THE SLOTTED TAPE BRACKETS........................................................................................................................................................................ 36
PROCEDURE TO BE FOLLOWED TO CARRY OUT THEAUTOMATICSET-UP OF LEVELS (I/4) .......................................................................... 37
WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE STARTING OFF AT FULL SPEED (113).............................................................................................................................. 41
PARAMETER ADJUSTMENTATFULL SPEED (1/2) ....................................................................................................................................................... 44
POSITIONING THE EM MAGNETS ON THE SLOTTED TAPE (003-2 TAPE HEAD).................................................................................................. 46

PARAMETERS TABLE (VECOI Board) (1/2) ............................................................................................................................47


FAULT CODES LIST (VECOI Board)........................................................................................................................................49
PARAMETERS TABLE (AC12 Board) (1/7)..............................................................................................................................50
FAULT CODES LIST (AC12 Board) (1/2)..................................................................................................................................57
PARAMETERS CONCERNED THE SLOTTED TAPE ............................................................................................................59
.....................................................................................................................................................60
ELECTRIC DIAGRAMS (1/8)
SAFETYLINE U?RING BETWEEN 6 AND IO ........................................................................................................................68
PRIMARY SAFETY LINE. OVERTRA W L SWITCHES ON CAR.......................................................................................... 69
PRIMARY SAFETY LINE. OVERTRAVEL SWITCHES ZN SHAFT ......................................................................................70
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 4
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 5

L.' Cabinet
Hinged door
(Left or right)
Alpha Legend controller dimensions: L = 750 mm, H = 1050 mm, D = 300 mm
Weight = 80 to 100 kg.
Separate Box for more than 4 Breaking Resistors: L = 320 mm, H =600 mm, D = 250 mm.
Protection against electrical shocks: IP 31

-
Alpha Legend Controller dimensions: L = 562 mm, H 4 6 2 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. The box of external resistances must be placed
preferably at the top of the controller if this is not possible, furthest away from the controller air inputs.
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 6

Don't forget than the EN-81-1 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 sufficient 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 emergency operation (12.5.1).
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 7

When the machine room supports or is near a radio o r television reception


aerial, do not put the controller cabinet in the aerial receiving zone (placing the frequency
drive outside the aerial receiving zone).

BAD ! GOOD !

Reception Reception
Aerial Aerial
Placing the frequency drive outside the aerial receiving zone
If you can not find a suitable place for the frequency drive cabinet, get the aerial
moved! If that is not possible, contact AUTINOR who will decide along with the building
owner, what measures need to be taken according to the EN 12015 and EN 12016
Standard for lifts, escalators and passengers conveyors.

PRECAUTIONS TO TAKE.
1. The power supply arriva1 L I , L2, L3 and Earth (YellowIGreen) must al1 pass through
the same cable.

2. The power link between the Alpha Legend and the motor ( I I , 12, 13 + Earth) must
go through the same cable. In order to reduce disturbances a screened cable (LIYCI
tvpe), must be used, even if the motor cable is mechanically protected by a tube or
metal trunking. This screening should consist of at least one flat cable, the greater the
number of flat cables the greater the efficiency of the screening. The cable should be
supple for ease of installation in the machine room and should comply with EN 81
standards.
To be completely efficient the screening must be connected at the same time to the
controller metal casing and to the motor metal housing.
In order to reduce any coupling effects, it is advisable to maximise the distance between
the motor cable and the three phase power supply cable, both inside and outside the
controller; for the same reason, you should keep the cables carrying high current as far
apart from those carrying low current as possible. These two types of cable should not
be placed in the same trunking, nor go through the controller casing via the same hole.
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 8

At not time should the screening cable replace the yellow-green earthling cable.
ADVICE: In order to ensure the electromagnetic compatibility, it may be necessary to use to connect to the
motor, a metal stuffing box with a screening contact allowing an efficient electrical link between
the flat screening cable and the metal housing (see figure below).
If the motor terminal box is isolated, then a metal stuff box is of course useless. The screening
cable should be linked in the shortest way to the motor earth terminal block.
Conventional connection:
Controller:

-
Note: Keep the motor cable as far apart from the power cable Note: The cables should only be separated from the screening
as possible, inside as well as outside the controller. once inside the terminal box.

Connection using stuff-box :


SCREENING TERMINAL

3. The other links between the Alpha Legend and the motor, i.e. .the brake (+BR and -
BR) and the motor thermistor (OV, STH) can run together but kept at least I O cm from
the power cables.
EXAMPLE:
MOTOR SCREENED CABLE TRUNKING
LI, L2, L3 + EARTH 11,12,13 AND EARTH + SCREENING
7

ARRIVAL BOX
LI, NEUTRAL 1 , ,
I
1 MOTORJZISTOR

HANGING CABLE

SHAFT WlRlNG

Check that the power supply arriva1 does not flow close
to the Alpha Legend and motor link.
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 9

CONCERNING THE SET OF WlRlNG IN THE LANDING COLUMN SEPARATION.


3 SET OF WlRlNG

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 be, 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 ESSENTIALTHAT 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.

1 MECANICAL ATTACHMENTS 1
E OR SEVERAL
EAK 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 USlNG HALF-WAY BOXES, YOU SHOULD ALSO TAKE CARE TO SEPARATE THE WIRES.
The precautions carried out above should be taken in the con.troller as well. In fact, you should avoid
crossing wires in al1 directions behind the controller and should leave a little slack to aid maintenance.
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 10

INCREMENTAL ENCODER

HENGSTLER
~
10 to 30 VCC

BLUE BLACK O VCC

WHITE WHITE

1 CBI PINK 1 GREEN CHANNELB 1


Cut the wires which are not used. Screening cable do not connect
Wires CA1 and CBI should be crossed
i n dependance of your configuration.
l
In absence of Emergency electrical
operation, bridge OV and MAN

p z q p ~ ~
ovJ f
1 MANGM i

LGg .
ITo inse. i n the
safety lane.
@

1
~ e d White 1
1Black Green

Hengstler CONTROLLER SlDE ALPHA


lncremental
encoder

FREQUENCY DRIVE SlDE FR


RS
L2 -FR 11 13 cv 1B 2
PELl L3 PE+FRPEIl2 1
During the construction phase, you can temoorarilv use the OV, GM and GD inputs
on the KMII(Bottom) connector for running up and down respectively.

In absence of Emergency electrical operation, bridge OV and MAN on the KMII(Bottom)


connector.

CONNECT AS FOLLOWS:

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

@ Connect the thermistor andlor the motor safety thermo-contact between the STH
and OVterminals on the KMll(Top) connector.

@ Temoorarilv bridge O" and 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 KMII(Bott0m) connector.

The safety circuits 1s.6, 8 and 10 on the electromechanical terminal rail.


(4)
The traction motor to 11, 12 ,13 on the electromechanical terminal rail and the
@ EARTH to the earth collecting bar, as well as the brake power supply
+BR & -BR.

The power supply to L I , L2, L3 and the Eat-th.


@
WARNING: DONOT CONNECT THE L I , L2, L3 POWER SUPPLY TO 11,12,13

A OR YOU RlSK DAMAGING THE TRANSISTORS.

CONNECT POINTS a,0,@


FOLLOWINGTHE ELECTROMAGNETIC
COMPATlBlLlN RECOMMENDATIONSAS SHOWN ON PAGE 7.

Temoorarilv bridge CS1 and OVon KA13(Top and Bottom).


@
Connect the four wires on the incremental encoder to the KC22(Bottom)
@ connector on the VECOl board.
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 12

This chapter contains information which will allow you to adapt the 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 1diagnostic communication device as described below in the
paragraph Accessing the parameters.
The parameters are memorised in a particular type of chip called an EEPROM 1 (or
E2PROM) which keeps the information even when the equipment is switched off.
Each parameter is linked to an abridcied name and an address which corresponds to
the position at which it is memorised in the EEPROM chip.

Accessincl the parameters

As mentioned above, you can see and modify the parameters using the
parameterldiagnostic communication tool; this consists of a LCD display with four push
buttons, which is connected, by a standard MalelFemale Sub-D 9 pt cable, or fixed on the
V.V.V. F. board.

THOUSANDS'
HUNDREDS'

TO MODIFY THE VALUES

RESET TO ZERO

1 EEPROM stands for Electrically Erasable Programable Read Only Memory.


ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 13

To access the parameters and the input-output information

Power-up the equipment, the display shows:

1000 100 10 1
MODIF. CLEAR VALID. MODIF. CLEAR VALID.

0
-0
-0
-0 on3-0R3
Each time you press 1 the value shown will increase by 1.
Each time you press I O the value shown will increase by 10.
Each time you press 100 the value shown will increase by 100.
Each time you press 1000 the value shown will increase by 1000.

Choosinci the lannuacie


The parameterldiagnosticcommunication device is preset to the language
of the destination country.
There are four options which appear at address 027 as follows:
FRANCE, ENGLISH, DEUTSCH, ESPAGNOL.

Press twice button 10, Press both MODlF buttons Press button 1 and choose the
then 7 times button 1, at the same time required language.
for address 027
- - - -
027 Country FRANCE
3-

MDF Country FRANCE MDF Country ENGLISH


1
-
i
- ,
1000 100 10 1 1000 100 10 1
MODIF. CLEAR VALID. MODIF. CLEAR VALID. MODIF. CLEAR VALID.

@
O
--- 2x 7x
0
-0
-0
-e
Register the required language by pressing both VALlD buttons at the same time

MODIF. CLEAR VALID.

@
O
---
The language in Our example is English
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 14
Other example:
Viewina the incremental encoder impulses (see page 18).
Reset the display to address 000 Display address 116 using
by pressing the CLEAR buttons buttons 100,lO and 1
simultaneously
-
116 Codeur 0635
- I

MODIF. CLEAR VALID. MODIF. CLEAR VALID.

O
@
-@
-- O
@
-@
-@
-
The value displayed at address The value displayed at address
116 116
increases when the rotor turns decreases when the rotor turns
in the upwards direction in the downwards direction
- 7

116 Codeur 0975 116 Codeur 0328


-
1000 100 10 1
MODIF. CLEAR VALID. MODIF. CLEAR VALID.

o3-0F2
To remind vourself of the address

].,.,.,,[
If you forget the address you are changing, or the previous value
shown, just press both MODlF buttons.
1000 100 10
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
1

To chancie the parameters in decimal mode


After selecting the required language (see page 13)
you can access the parameters and change them if required.
Reset the display by pressing To change ,the V2 speed for Press both
both CLEAR buttons example, display address 004 MODlF buttons
at the same time by pressing button 1 at the same time

MODIF. CLEAR VALID. MODIF. CLEAR VALID. MODIF. CLEAR VALID.

Press button 10 5 times to obtain Register the new speed by


the desired speed pressing both VALlD buttons at
the same time

MODIF. CLEAR VALID. MODIF. CLEAR VALID.

03-e3 7--
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 16

To change the parameters in segment mode


You can access the options using segments and change them if so desired.
SegO : IG, Segl : PESECH, Seg2 : NOBAND, Seg3 : BAND2(step of 2.66),
Seg4 : RETSEC, Seg5 : APPDIR, Seg6 : DFT65", Seg7 : ML220V
Reset the display by pressing Display address OOE Press both MODlF buttons
both CLEAR buttons by pressing button 1 at the same time
at ,the same time
- 7

1 O00 VO 0,150mls OOE Opt 00000000 MDF Btl O 8

-
\ - L - - - -

MODIF. CLEAR VALID. MODIF. CLEAR VALID. MODIF. CLEAR VALID.

0
-@
-@
-O 0
-0
-0
-e
Press button 10 Press button 1 Register the new data in the
to obtain the required segment to activate segment 5. memory by pressing both VALlD
example: Direct approach. buttons at the same time.
,- - - -
1 7

MDF Bt5 AP-DIR O MDF Bt5 AP-DIR 1 MDF Bt5 AP-DIR 1


-2 - -

MODIF. CLEAR VALID. MODIF. CLEAR VALID. MODIF. CLEAR VALID.

o-o-i$f-o

VlSU P.C. program


You can visualise the parameters, inputsloutputs, variables as well as the function
graphs on a P.C., using the P313 interface board and the VlSU P.C. program.

To do this, connect the P313 set and push the 2 end buttons of the integrated diagnostic
tool. In order to make READ PARAMETERS appear on the display.
At the end on the P.C. visualisation, push the 2 end buttons.

" '
If tpe diagnostic tool is integrated in the ,
.........
VISUPC (LOCAL)
-

it is ESSENTIAL to press the 2 end b u t t ? y

You can visualise:


The theoretical graph: ................................................ F912
The real graph: ........................................................... F91O
The capacitor voltage: ................................................ F904
The efficient motor current: ........................................ F908
STOP ALL DISPLACEMENTSOF THE LIFT.

- The LEDs showing the transistors are green.

CUT THE SAFETY LANE!

Please see page 12 for the description of how t o use the frequency drive
parameterldiagnostic communication device.
1Chkcking the transistor control: 1
- Check with address 104 that the tension read fell down to less than
volts.

1) At address 041, write 55


-- - .-

i
r - -- - -

041 TEST

RECUP

X2

XI
The green LED " RECUP " become out,
Y2
The LEDs red light.
Y1

22

21

2) At address 041, write 00

RECUP

X2

XI
The LEDs red become out,
Y2
The LEDs green light.
Y1

22

21
ITO
chgck fhg ca$aitor voltage: " %%
1
CUT THE S A F E N LANE!
PRESS CONTACTOR

THE VOLTAGE READ IS ABOUT 600V

ITOcheck the V E C current


~ ~ measuring device: 1
Check at addresses 12A and 12E that the value is between 500 and 524. If the values
are not coherent, check ,the connection of the K8 connector of the VECOI board.

1To check the incremental encodkr connection: 1


Check at address 116 on the parameterldiagnostic communication device (see
page 14) that the number of impulses increases as you turn the rotor in the direction
corresponding to up, and decreases in the direction corresponding to down. Turn the
rotor gently by hand.
If the number of impulses changes in the wrong direction, inverse the CA1 and CBI wire on
the KC22 (bottom) connector of the VECOl board.

1 Check that the parameters are coherent (see page 47): 1


RECONNECT THE SAFETY LANE !

Try an up movement and then a down movement, and check that the lift starts off in
the required direction.

1Possible faults: 1
17 : Phases Failure or inversion on the controller.
102 : Gap between the advised and real speed of more than 15% in Slow Speed.
100 : Motor over-intensity:
+ Cross two of the motor phases.
+ Check that the encoder is wired correctly.
See page 49 " Table of fault codes ".
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 19

Towards power supply


.transformer
ov l 8 V

Tem erature
son&

Motor current
measuring device
VECI 2

Serial link
connector
(Ex : Parameter1
diagnostic tool

Lift controller
connector
To AC12 board
J8 connector

ov CAB
MAN CAA

VENT l
COM3 1
FR
BoII-
CCS
Rovy4F+
+24 W M A N l
MAN lNSl
+24
OV CAA

CBI
From connector CCL OV CA1
K28 (AC12)
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual narie 71

FUI
ELECTRONIC
FU2, FU3
SIGNAL POWER SUPPLY DC CURRENT
PROTECTION PROTECTION
2A-250 V dim: 5 X 20 TlME LAG (brake, retirin ramp
electrovagves j
250V dim: 5 X 20
TlME LAG
For type 1 or 2
transformer
TI=5A 1 T2= 2A

FUI
EQUIPMENT
POWER SUPPLY
PROTECTION
SA-250 V dim: 5 X 20 TlME LAG
DRIVE MODEL.

FU4
SAFETY LANE 1,6A 250V dim: 5 x 20
-
POWER SUPPLY
of the V F Model PROTECTION QUlCK ACTING
2A-250 V dim: 5 X 20 TlME LAG
for FUI & FU7
for FU2 & FU3 rf
FU8 Type 1 transformer
24R 124s POWER SUPPLY 5A-250V dim: 5x20 TlME LAG
BRAKE CONTACTOR PROTECTION
2A-250 V dim: 5 X 20 TlME LAG

POWER CONTACTORS
RED LED
ELECTRONIC
3 PHASE NETWORK RECTlFlED
CURRENT FILTER CURRENTPRESENT
380 V dim: 6 X 32 (MAIN BOARD)
L IP-L2P
CONTROLLER
PHASES SP&,& EUSE
PROTECTION for FU4 & FU8
4A380V dim: 8,s x 31,s for FU2 & FU3 8
Type 2 transformer L1PA-L2PA-L3PA
ZA-250V dim: 5x20 TlME LAG DOOR 1 & DOOR 2
L3P
PROTECTION OF PROTECTION
THE PHASE Nr3 OF THE INPUT PHASES
IN CASE OF OPTION
PHASE CONTROL
2A-380V dim: 8,5 x 31,s

OSA-250 V dim: 5 X 20 QUlCK ACTING

PROTECTION
SA-250V dim: 5 x 20 TlME LAG
MODEL 1 PROTISTOR
1 @ 1
ONLY USE PROTISTORS~CAPABLE OF WHITHSTANDING ~ O O V
AND SPECIALLY CONCEIVED TO PROTECT SEMI-CONDUCTORS.
THE USE OF OTHER FUSES IS DANGEROUS AND COULD DAMAGE
THE TRANSISTORS IF THERE IS A POWER SURGE OR SHORT CIRCUIT.
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 22

3 PHASES SUPPLY INCREMENTAL ENCODER


Input voltage, 400 V
, L ? T 1-s
t HENGSTLER
+24 RED RED 10 to 30 VCC
OV BLUE BLACK O VCC
- Not used
WHITE CHANNEL A

Cut the wires whlch are not used.


Screenin cable do not connect.
CA1and ~ ~ Q adirection
r e dependant
I
.I
and may have to be swapped.
Bridge
A if not used
1

VECOl on
lncremental V.F Drive 1 Safety
encoder thermo-contact "OPTION
r-cb",%%fl 1 Emergency electrical operation )

- - GM
Motor
Thermostat
LIP L2P
r Rappel
- KT1 - '
Print
BG22

1 1
Electromechanical rail 1 FKT;lgv~ 1 Electromechanical rail S 21 3

Controller in Machine Room 1 Print AC12 1


1^
c CAR PRlORlTY KEY

W O R RE-OPEN BUTTON

DCOR CLOSE W O N
Q
CAR PRlORlTY KEY

OUT OF
SERVICE SWlTCH

W O R REOPEN BUTTON

DOOR CLOGE BVrrON


CAR PRlORlTY KEY O

OUT OF
SERVICE SWlTCH 0

DOOR REOPW B W O N

8 DGOR CLOSE WiTON


The LEDs CA and CB
switch off
in presence of
the magnetic strips
f

WARNING
The proximity switches (1.L.S) proximity switches (1.L.S)
must be placed must be closed
at least at 20 cm in presence of
of a magnetic source! the magnetic strips

Connection of proximity switches and extreme contacts


The tape head must be placed
at least at 20 cm
of a source magnetic !

CAA 1 r '

v up contact

Connection of tape head 003-1 or 003-2


V> OLIT OF
Y- z-4-1 SERVICE SWITEH 0
1 22

1
a SERVICE S.WlTcH
.IRE 0
7
m-
0
;
Y-
z::
U>
:-<pi
OUT OF
SERVICE SWITCH 0

M
:c 2
SERVICE SWlTCH O
OUT OF
m- fn
8: $ 2 .
fn
SERVICE SWITCH 0
T-
l g,;

I FlRE
SERVICE SWITCH O
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 31

2 SPEEDS

MAGNETIC STRIP = 75 mm

HIGHEST
LEVEL L

MAGNETIC STRIP

SLOW SPEED EM

"I--1
ov
SLOW SPEED DOWN
MAGNETIC STRIP
SLOW SPEED
DOWN LEVELLING
DOWN STOP ZONE
MAGNETIC STRIP
LEVEL L-1

PROXlMlTY
SWITCHES (1.L.S)
UP STOP
MAGNETIC STRIP
1 SLOW
- - - .. SPEED
-
-

UP LEVELLING
--

SLOW SPEED UP
MAGNETIC STRIP

SLOW SPEED DOWN


MAGNETIC STRIP
1 SLOW SPEED
DOWN LEVELLING
ZONE
DOWN STOP
MAGNETIC STRIP
LEVEL 1

UP STOP
MAGNETIC S'TRIP
SLOW SPEED
UP LEVELLING
SLOW SPEED UP ZONE
MAGNETIC STRIP

SLOW SPEED

DOWN STOP
MAGNETIC STRIP

4 LEVELO
PROXlMlTY
SWITCHES (1.L.S)
9
-+mx=
I
RE-LEVELLING
MAGNETIC STRIP
l
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 32

Ex: parameterldiagnostic communication


tool, VEC03, VEC30 or VisuPC (with unit 5383).
LEGEND AUTRE
GONG(') 4USlb1 CANH
4 US2b2 CANL
GONG ECREP 4 EIS3b 3 24R
, VSU EVSUNSU 4~ ~1 4 b ov
OVb 2 MASSE
(*) Gong 24RD b 3
(Pour un gong de rouverture
sur prsence, l'associer avec POSX).

K26 connector
A
K26 connector
A
K23lK26 connector
A
KC27 connector Position indicators with arrows
Aloha series Aloha Leaend series 32 series 191 series Alpha series
Print BH12 Print AC12 Print BG15 Print NI0 Addresses 028 to 033
CP24 connector CP24 connector KPIKC24 Connector KPlKC4 Connector
For example-
Alpha Leaend series
Addresses 020 to 037
32 1 191 series
AF21, AF23
CREP Addresses 028 to 037

GONG*+EISl b1
POSX - - WEIS2b 2 K I
ECREP-4 US3 b 3 34
EVSUNSU + ElS4 b 1 KB2 2 4
OV b 2 Kz 1
24RB3

32 series
Only for indicator in car

-
Print BG15
KP23 Connector * E/Sl = lnpui VSU
~ 1 . =~ output
4 vsu AF22
Display size :50 x 112 mm
Wirin of
191 series A U T I N O ~gong
Print NI1

Position indicaton with arrows


BUS CAN Alpha Leqend series
Addresses 028 to 033
AF21, AF23 Leaend series
Addresses 020 to 05F

KB1 2 b CANH
1 b CANL
3b24~:
,2 ov
->
7

KB2 1 b MASSE CHASSIS


To electromecanichal terminal rail
or AC09 board / K2 connecfor/ Bus CAN

AF22
** VSU: only for indicator in car
Display size :50 x 112 mm
Particular Display on
Controler CREP Code
AF21. AF22. AF23

F
Example: Example:

E
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 34
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 35

COMMISSIONING
PROCEDURE
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 37

BEFORE STARTING:

This levelling adjustment is done in INSPECTION (INS) mode and not


in MAN. For this connect the inspection wire coming -fromthe car roof to
INS, and bridge MAN and OV.

Do not put the magnets on the tape, but take them with you, as well as this installation
manual.
This automatic relevelling procedure allows you to measure and register directly in the
controller the landing heights of each corresponding floor. Each level corresponds to an
altitude on the slotted tape.
The lowest level is 00 00.

PROCEDURE TO FOLLOW:
1) Turn the switch to INS.

2) Switch the ALPHA LEGEND power off and then on again.

3) Put at 1 the bit 7 DREGLA at address OFE (VEC30) or 4FE (VisuPC), of the AC12
board. To if required adapt an inspection speed slower by ajusting the parameter V I
(Add 003) on the communication tool (VEC03) of the VECOI board in order to facilitate
positioning on level of the car.

4) Climb ont0 the car roof and take the lift down to the lowest level. Stop exactly at the
floor level!

5) Press the STOP button on the car roof.

6) Press GM and GD at the same time for 5 seconds.


You can always correct the last registered height, as long as you have not moved by more
than 20 centimetres.

7) Position the ED magnet above the 0 0 3 tape-head at a height (D) corresponding to the
slow down distance required (see graph on next page).
Warninq: In the case of an 003-2 tape-head, position the EM magnet to the same slow down
distance (D) required for the ED magnet, see page 46.

Vn : Nominal speed in metres per second.


D : Slow down distance in metres

Example: If the lift speed is 1.60 mls, the graph page 38 recommends a slow down distance
(D) between 2 m 00 and 3 m 00, in Our example: 2.50 m.
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SPEE IN M ETRES PER SECOND

Figure 1 Slow down distance D in relation to the nominal speed

Figure 2 Positioning of "ED" magnet


ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 39

8) Release the STOP button on the car roof and go up to level 1 on inspection, stopping
exactly at floor level!

9) Press the STOP button on the car roof.

10)Press GM and GD at the same time for 5 seconds.

The software will memorise the height corresponding to level 1.

11) Repeat steps 7 ) to 9) until you reach the highest level.

12) Come back down to the lowest level.

By passing the ED magnets coming down, you automatically load the slow-down distance
used by al1 levels going up or coming down. Moreover, DREGLA programmed at
address OFE will reset to 00 to exit the automatic level set-up procedure.
13) Move the lift towards the machine room on inspection, and leave the car roof, leaving
the switch still on inspection.

14) Turn the ALPHA LEGEND power off and then back on again.

If fault code 61 is shown on the communication tool VEC30,


a mistake has been made during the level set-up procedure,
and the whole procedure needs to be done again ...

15) If the fault code 61 does not appear, cut the safety lane.

Copy down each floor heinht at addresses 100 to 15C (500 to 55C for VisuPC) in the table
on page 40, so that later on you can check the lift's stopping precision (table 1) and
the slow down distance, ZONPV, read at address ODO (table 2).
16) Turn the inspection switch on the car roof to Normal.

17) Return to the machine room.

18) Read the chapter What to know before starting of at full speed page 41 before
reconnecting the safety lane. In this way you can check that the lift carries out correctly
its reset sequence.
Table 1 floor heights

FLOOR HEIGHT

Table 2 slow down distance

SLOW DOWN DISTANCE IN MlLLlMETRES


Address
ODO

thousands, hundred, tens, units

CHECK THAT THE SLOW DOWN DISTANCE "D" CORRESPONDS TO THE HEIGHT AT WHlCH YOU
HAVE POSlTlONED THE MAGNETS.
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 41

1)To programme the slow down distance on the vectorial frequency drive.

a) Slow down distance including relevelling speed VO.

Example: you have positioned your magnet at 2.5 m, during the level height set-up phase
and the controller shows at address ODO: 2512.

, Reduce ,the ODO distance by 150 mm and


l programme this value at address 008 on the
1

l frequency drive.
These 150 mm represent the distance travelled
in VO and the final stopping distance
programmed at addresses OD2 and OD3.
1
In Our example you should programme 2362

-
l
at address 008 in the frequency drive.

1
In the controller
Address DO, Dl, Ex : 2512mm
*1

b) Slow down distance with direct approach.

Segment 5 at address OOE must be ON.

Example: you have positioned your magnet at 2.5 m, during the level height set-up phase
and the controller shows at address ODO: 2512.

Programme the same value at address 008


in the vector drive.

1
In the drive
Address 008, Ex : 2512mm
d
l I
l l
In the controller
4 ti
Address DO, D l , Ex : 2512mm
l l
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 42

2)To programme the Thermal Protection.


Read the nominal current written on the motor faceplate and copy the value at address
OOD of the drive.

3)Address OOE details (Hardware Option)


Segment 0: Intgrator.
Segment 3: MLi.
Segment 5: Direct approach.
Segment 6: 65"Dfault temperature.
Segment 7: Mlift 220V.
About the controller drive:
You need to know in which direction the car will go as soon as
you turn on the power! ! !

When using the tape and 0 0 3 tape head, the magnet which was placed at the bottom
during the automatic level set-up plays the role of the special slow-down vane and contact
ED.
This magnet acts upon the bistable ED mounted on the 0 0 3 tape head.
When the contact is open, the car is below the magnet. After power up, the
ALPHA LEGEND sends the lift up to cross the magnet which will reset the tape head.
The lift will stop at the next floor where it can slow down before returning to the main
floor. You can check that the ED contact is open by measuring the DC voltage between the
-
OV and CAB on the CP22 connector, AC12 board, or between the " and " b " terminals on
"

the 003 tape head. The voltage measured should be OV or 24V (depending on whether
beam B is broken or not). The state of ED contact (and EM) is visualised thanks to the led
located on the AC12 board.

Contact ED is open when the DC voltage


-
measured between " " and " b "
is OV or 24V.

When the contact is closed, the car is above the magnet. After power up, the
ALPHA LEGEND sends the car down to cross the magnet which will reset the tape head.
The lift will stop at the next floor where it can slow down before returning to the main
floor. You can check that the ED contact is closed by measuring the DC voltage between the
-
OV and CAB on the CP22 connector, AC12 board, or between the " " and " b terminals on
"

the 0 0 3 tape head. The voltage measured should be 6V or 18V (depending on whether
beam B is broken or not). The state of ED contact (and EM) is visualised thanks to the led
located on the AC12 board.

00

Contact ED is close when the DC voltage


-
measured between " " and " b "
is 6V or 18V.

If al1 values seem coherent, you can carry out your first full speed
test runs by closing the safety lane.
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 44

1. Adjustment of the Synchronous Speed


At the moment, V2 and the synchronous speed (VSy) are ,the same value.
1) Select address 114 on the frequency drive communication device.
2) Carry out a full speed movement, and read the synchronous speed displayed. Copy this
value into parameter Vsy, address 006.

II. Automatic adjustment of the up stopping precision


This procedure only works in the case of a slow down distance including the relevelling
speed VO.
1) Send the lift to the lowest level.
2) Program REGMO at address OFE on the communication tool VEC30 of the AC12 board.
Warninq: OFE will display followed by REGMO.
3) Send the car up to the half stroke on normal.
When the car stops, the bit REGMO programmed at OFE will reset to 00 to exit the automatic
adjustment procedure.

Warning: The lift may perhaps not be exactly at floor level !


This is normal ... it will be at floor level after the next journey.

III.Automatic adjustment of the down stopping precision


This procedure only works in the case of a slow down distance including the relevelling
speed VO.
1) Send the lift to the highest level.
2) Program REGDE at address OFE on the communication tool VEC30 of the AC12 board.
Warninq: OFE will display followed by REGDE.
3) Send the car down to the half stroke on normal.
When the car stops, the bit REGDE programmed at OFE will reset to 00 to exit the automatic
adjustment procedure.

Warnina: The lift may perhaps not be exactly at floor level.


This is normal...,it will be at floor level after the next journey.

The value of stopping precision for each level is given in millimetres.


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IV.Adjustment of the direct approach precision


At address OOE, on the frequency drive communication device, segment 5 should be on.
1) Select address 250, and send the lift to the bottom floor. The tape head may show a
positive value, example: 18 mm, which means that the car has stopped 18 mm above
floor level.

lncrease the value programmed at address 008 (DV2) by this 18 mm.


If the lift stops after floor level, reduce the value programmed at address 008 (DV2) by these
18 mm.

V.Automatic adjustment of the hysterisis zone

This must be done if the lowest level is not the main floor.

1) Position the lift above the ED magnets.


2) Program REGHYS at address OFE on the communication tool VEC30 of the AC12
board.
3) Send the car up one floor and then down one floor, so that the tape-head passes the ED
magnets in both directions.

VI.Positioning of EM magnet at top floor


Position the EM magnet at the slow-down point for the top floor, this may be useful if the
lift does not cross the bottom magnets very often.
To carry out this operation, you will need the following elements:
An 003-2 tape-head.
A pair of magnets to position as shown on page 46.

1) During normal operation, when the lift stops exactly at the desired floor, send the lift up
to the top floor and position the EM magnets to obtain the desired slow-down distance
(the position of the EM magnets is roughly the same as that of the ED magnets).
2) If afterwards when coming back to the top floor, the lift does not stop at floor level, move
the EM magnets to the value corresponding to the reset height.
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual ~ a a 46
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ZONARM
UP STOPPING ZONE
-
I 1 - I 1 ZDEVER
UP DOOR UNLOCKING ZONE

UP SLOW
ZONE PV
SPEED ZONE UP SLOW SPEED ZONE A?

DOWN SLOW ZONE PV


SPEED ZONE DOWN SLOW SPEED ZONE

- FLOOR F-1

FLOOR 2

-
DOWN DOOR UNLOCKING ZONE

ZONARD
DOWN STOPPING ZONE

ZONARM
UP STOPPING ZONE
ZDEVER
UP DOOR UNLOCKING ZONE

UP SLOW
SPEED ZONE I-
-I 1 ZONE PV
UP SLOW SPEED ZONE

DOWN SLOW
SPEED ZONE 1 DOWN SLOW SPEED ZONE
DOWN DOOR UNLOCKING ZONE

ZONARD
BOTTOM FLOOR O DOWN STOPPING ZONE
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 47

Min Max Finals


Address Name Designation Factory values
values values Values
O00 VO Set-up speed 0,005 02 1/10 de V2
O01 Iso Re-levelling speed 0,000 < VO 0,020 mls
002 Ins Inspection speed 0,20 0,60 0,50 m/s
003 VI lntenediary speed 0,61 < V2 0,61 mls

004 V2 Full speed >VI 03,OO C&nfs sp$cificaOn (ml$


006 VSY Syncl-ironous speed 0,000 9,999 clients spe&cafion (rds)

Brake starting time

Vector model

018 Jreg lnertia 005 %


O19 GP max Max Proportional Gain > 12 Hz O15
01A GP min Min Proportional Gain < 12 Hz 004
01B GI max Max integral Gain O10
O1C GI min Min integral Gain O01
01D AFLuD Additional starting Flux 00,O A
01E GI Dep Start up integral Gain 005
O1F GP Dep Start up Proportional Gain 005
020 T Dema Start up Voltage 006 %
021 G Stabi Stabilisation Gain O15
022 FTmax Max Voltage Frequency 050 Hz
023 FMinD Min Starting Frequency 0,10 Hz
024 NCode NoEnwder Teeth 0500 2500 500 (500 < x < 2500)
026 NPole Noof motor Poles 004 006 4 or 6 poles
(if 6 poles, NCode=75Omini)
027 Country Country Language
a
a,=,-,
-
* Opt parameter Detail OPTion Address OOE : -
036 Dem Number of starts O000 9999 xxxx0000
(E~P~Y)
038 Visu1 * VISU no 1 Address PROGRAMMATION F912
039 Visu2 * VISU no2 Address OF THE CURVES F910
03A Visu3 * VISU no3 Address VlSUALlSED F904
03B Visu4 * VISU no4 Address ON COMPUTER F908
040 HinTen Disable of voltage control O0
041 Test Transistor Test O0
(Program 55 for test)
I
042 Prog Programme Type VEC, SCA, ARB

043 TMan Controller Type Normal, 1 speed, 2 speed


044 Mcode Code no memory O000
046 Code Code no entry O000

* You can visualise the parameters, inputs/outputs, variables as well as the function graphs
on a P.C., using the P313 interface board and the VlSU P.C. programme.
To do this, connect the P313 set and push the 2 end buttons of the integrated diagnostic tool
VEC03. In order to make READ PARAMETERS appear on the display.
At the end on the P.C. visualisation, push the 2 end buttons.
l-boagl ,- _ , P3LI'. +
cd

-,
'--
, -- -
-,
1-
8

"% - - --

I AUTINOR
.-
- -
-
I
REAO PARAMETERS
- --- - . -
1- ?e, W ,
.%.=e>YdU4
- 3@OC--.
- J,, - - SOFTWARE
1 \\>il \ Yi7 \
If tee diagnostic tool is integrated in the \A(VF, V'SUPC(LOCAL'
it is ESSENTIAL to press the 2 end buttons.

You can visualise:


The theoretical graph : ............................................... F912
The real graph : .......................................................... F91O
The capacitor voltage : ............................................... F904
The efficient motor current : ....................................... F908
ALPHA LEGEND Installation manual page 49

Faults displaved bv the vector drive (VECOI Board)


The Vector Drive fault code stack is found at Address 28, 29, 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, 2F,
30 and 31. At Address 28 the most recent fault and at Address 31 the oldest recorded fault.

BEFORE LEAVING THE SITE, SET THE FAULT LIST BACK TO 00.
IN THIS WAY YOU CAN KEEP BETTER TRACK OF ANY BREAKDOWNS.

Consequence of a and b signals changing state at the same time

10 cut while in motion.

Fault with the 003 tape head.

WARNlNG:
PLEASE TAKE PRECAUTIONS WHEN YOU SEND US YOUR ELECTRONIC BOARDS
(USE ANTI-STATIC BAGS)