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KDL16 Parameter Guide SETUP = new shaft setup needed after changing parameter

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1 P factor elevator not to follow speed reference accurately and 37 Jerk [m/s3] 65 Encoder type and polarity 75 Real time display selection
Proportional gain of the speed controller. With P value 1 and eventually decreases landing accuracy. I-factor must be Maximum acceleration change rate during speed reference -1/1 = SHAFT Motor encoder is mounted directly to motor Signal displayed in Real Time Display is selected with this
1m/s error in elevator's speed controller will generate torque always tuned together with "1 P factor". phase 1. Lower values provide smoother operation but shaft. parameter. See separate documentation about available
reference corresponding to elevator's nominal torque. performance is decreased because more time is needed for -2/2 = FRICTION Motor encoder is mounted with friction signals.
Increasing P provides more accurate following of speed 22 Reduced speed [m/s] jerks. This parameter is automatically recalculated when pulley.
reference but can cause unwanted torque vibrations because Speed used in special drive modes, for example with parameter "2 Acceleration" is altered. By changing sign of this parameter encoder A and B channels 80 Motor source voltage E [V]
speed controller becomes more sensitive to measurement emergency power. are swapped causing change in sign of measured speed. 81 Motor nominal current [A]
noise of speed feedback. Decreasing P provides more 39 ADO speed [m/s] 82 Motor nominal stator frequency [Hz]
tolerance to noise but causes elevator not to follow speed 23 Start torque scaling Below this speed Advanced Door Opening information is 66 PWM switching frequency [kHz] 83 Motor nominal rotation speed [r/min]
reference accurately and eventually decreases landing For tuning torque feedforward. Torque feedforward value signaled from drive to elevator control system. Switching frequency for power semiconductors. Higher 84 Motor nominal output power [kW]
accuracy. P-factor must be always tuned together with "21 I used in start can be adjusted with this parameter. Increasing values can decrease acoustical noise from motor but will 86 Motor stator resistance []
factor". value gives more torque at start. With correct value speed 52 Full speed jerk [m/s3] increase power losses in power seminconductors. 87 Motor stator reactance []
controller output stays near zero and elevator does not move Maximum acceleration change rate during speed reference All motor parameters must be correctly set before drive can
2 Acceleration [m/s2] when brake is opened. phases 3 and 5. Lower values provide smoother operation but 67 Motor temperature limit [oC] operate.
Acceleration and deceleration in normal operation. Setting performance is decreased because more time is needed for When measured motor temperature reaches this limit drive
this parameter also causes recalculation of "37 Jerk". Greater 25 KTW/Q factor jerks. Lower value also decreases motors peak power and will wait at floor until motor has cooled down. This is valid 95 Parameter lock
acceleration enables elevator to achieve maximum speed For tuning torque feedforward. Proportion of total moving voltage needed at the end of acceleration. Maximum value is only with machineries equipped with NTC temperature 0 = OPEN
faster but requires more powerful drive system because masses and nominal load. Torque feedforward value during 37 Jerk. sensor. 1 = LOCKED
acceleration and deceleration currents increase. Normally acceleration and deceleration can be adjusted with this To prevent accidental actions parameter lock must be first
acceleration is defined in elevator specification. parameter. With correct value speed controlled output is near 53 Distance advance [mm] 68 Motor overload full speed current [A] opened before some parameters can be set.
zero during acceleration and deceleration. Value can be Additional decelaration distance. This parameter affects 0 = OVERLOAD SUPERVISION NOT IN USE
3 Nominal speed [m/s] searched by using KTW/Q-estimator in RealTimeDisplay. especially short one floor runs. For maximum performance 10..100 = OVERLOAD CURRENT LIMIT If measured 97 Software versions
Maximum speed of elevator in normal operation. Normally set this as low as possible. Too small values can cause motor current exceeds this value during full speed motor Read only. Software version, DCBL revision and MCDK
nominal speed is defined in elevator specification. Smaller 26 Rope weight [kg/m] elevator not to make final approach smoothly. protection supervision is tripped. type are displayed:
speed values than defined can be used safely but greater For tuning torque feedforward. Compensates rope unbalance. xx.xx = DCBL sw version
values must not be used. Positive values give more torque at top of shaft and less at the 60 Motor type SETUP 69 Motor acceleration current [A] xx.xx = DCBL hw version
bottom. MM.DD = MOTOR TYPE 0 = OVERLOAD SUPERVISION NOT IN USE xx.xx = MCDK type, for example 50.00 for 50A IGBT
4 Elevator load [kg] MM = motor type, for example 1 for GMX1, 10 for MX10 10..100 = OVERLOAD CURRENT LIMIT If measured
Nominal load of elevator. This must be correctly set so that 27 Car cable weight [kg/m] DD = motor subtype, different motor windings for different motor current exceeds this value during acceleration motor 98 Default parameters
motion control system can calculate start torque reference For tuning torque feedforward. Compensates weight of car speeds and elevator applications protection supervision is tripped. 0 = NO ACTION
accurately. Normally elevator load is defined in elevator cable. Increasing value reduces torque at the top of the shaft. Setting this parameter causes machinery depending default 1 = LOAD DEFAULTS Default parameters are loaded and
specification. Only correct value can be used. values for following parameters: 70 Drive commissioning DCBL board is rebooted. Activates only if parameter 95
28 Final jerk distance [mm] 4 Elevator load 0 = NO ACTION Parameter lock is 0. Shaft setup is also cleared. SETUP
6 Traction sheave diameter [mm] SETUP Additional distance used for final jerk. Longer distance gives 6 Traction sheave diameter 1 = MOTOR STATOR IDENTIFICATION Motor phase NOTE1: After setting this parameter default parameter
This must be correctly set so that motion control system can smoother approach to landing but reduces performance as 7 Roping resistance and reactance are measured in next start. Brake loading cannot be undone.
calculate motor speed reference. Only correct value can be approach takes more time. 10 Balancing stays closed and car will not move. Results are copied 2 = CLEAR NTS SETUP NTS setup on NTS processor is
used. 11 Car and sling mass automatically to parameters 86 motor stator resistance and immediately cleared.
30 Brake test 25 KTW/Q factor 87 motor stator reactance.
7 Roping SETUP 0 = DISABLED Automatic brake test is never done. 30 Brake test 99 Save
Transmission ratio between motor and car speeds. This must 1 = ENABLED Drive will do automatic brake test at least 33 Start delay 72 Enable elevator test 0 = NO ACTION
be correctly set so that motion control system can calculate once a day. Note that test is performed only when elevator 61 Brake voltage reduction enable 0 = NO ACTION 1 = SAVE All parameters are saved to non-volatile memory.
motor speed reference. Only correct value can be used. control systems permits it i.e. car is empty at floor and no 64 Encoder pulses per motor round Caution! Following actions should be only done with relevant Also LWD setup is saved.
calls are allocated. 65 Encoder type and polarity instruction documents:
10 Balancing [%] 2 = ENABLED EVERY 5 MINUTES Drive will do 67 Motor temperature limit 1 = TRACTION TEST UP
0 = NO COUNTERWEIGHT MOTOR automatic brake test every 5 minutes. This is meant only for 80 Motor source voltage (E) 2 = TRACTION TEST DOWN
30.00..65.00 = BALANCING PERCENTAGE This must be testing purposes. 81 Motor nominal current (I) 3 = COUNTERWEIGHT BUFFER TEST
correctly set so that motion control can calculate elevator 82 Motor nominal stator frequency (fs) 4 = CAR BUFFER TEST
torque. Errors in balancing can also be compensated by 31 Tacho fault counter 83 Motor nominal rotation speed (rpm) 5 = DTS TEST
adjusting this parameter. 0 = NO SUPERVISION 84 Motor nominal output power (P) 6 = NTS TEST UP
1..10 = TFC SUPERVISION If start fails because of 86 Motor stator resistance (Rs) 7 = NTS TEST DOWN
11 Car and sling mass [kg] difference supervision between two speed feedback devices, 87 Motor stator reactance (Xs) 8 = 125% TEST DOWN (US)
This parameter is effective only in counterweighless elevators start is tried again number of times indicated by this 21 = BRAKE 1 TEST
i.e. when parameter 10 Balancing is set to zero. This must parameter before a fatal TFC fault is declared. After this parameter is once set it can be resetted only when 22 = BRAKE 2 TEST
be correctly set so that motion control can calculate elevator parameter 95 parameter lock is set to 0.
torque. 32 Speed feedback filter time [ms] 74 LWD setup
0 = NO FILTERING Caution! Disabling filtering may cause 61 Brake voltage reduction enable -2 = FIXED SCALING Enables fixed scaling for LWD
12 Standby mode strong vibration to machinery and may cause damage. 0 = NOT ENABLED input where 4mA corresponds 0% load and 16mA 100%
0 = DISABLED Standby mode is never activated. 10..80 = FILTER TIME Time constant for speed feedback 1 = ENABLED load.
1 = ENABLED Drive will activate standby mode when 1st order low pass filter. Longer values provide more When enabled drive will control brake voltage reduction -1 = CLEAR Setup is cleared. LWD is set to 50% all the
elevator control system sends vacant information. efficient filtering but generate greater lag to feedback. This output on after 2 seconds of brake opening. This must be time.
Normally this is sent when elevator car is empty and elevator means also that speed controller can react to reference correctly set or otherwise brakes can be overheated. 0 = ZERO POINT Adjust empty car. LWD is set to 0%.
has been inactive for about 5 minutes. changes only after delay. Shorter values decrease lag but can 1...120 = LOAD POINT Adjust loaded car. LWD is set to
cause that amount of measurement noise increases in speed given percentage.
20 Inspection speed [m/s] controller input which in turn can cause torque vibration.
Speed used in inspection and rescue drive modes. Also shaft Generally filter time should be set as low as possible. 64 Encoder pulses per motor round NOTE1: After changing setup save results with "99 Save"
setup uses this speed. Motor encoder pulses per one motor round. For encoders parameter. Without saving setup results will be lost after
33 Start delay with friction pulley gear ratio must also be taken in account. powerdown and previous setup will be restored from non-
21 I factor [s] Delay between brake open command and start of speed This must be correctly set so that motion control can measure volatile memory. Saving can be done after each point.
Integration time of the speed controller. With "1 P factor" reference. Usually this is tuned so that just after brake is correct motor speed. NOTE2: If a load point is given below 90% a second load
value 1, I factor value 1 and 1m/s error in elevator's speed opened elevator starts moving. Too small values cause point can be given above 90%. With this feature LWD
integral part of the controller will generate after 1s torque bouncy starts because elevators starts against brake. measurement with fully loaded car can be adjusted.
reference corresponding elevator's nominal torque. Smaller NOTE3: If new load points are given they will replace
values make controller to respond faster to speed errors but existing ones. This feature enables adjustments of existing
can cause vibration as controller may become sensitive to setup point by point.
resonant frequencies. Increasing value too much causes
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