ECI2000 Closed Loop Door Operator Technical manual

ECI2000 Closed Loop Door Operator Technical manual

ECI2000TM05.doc 1 ECI2000 Closed Loop Door Operator Technical manual (Revision 2.0, Sep. 01, 2004) (Revision 2.1, Oct. 17, 2004) (Revision 2.2, Nov. 16, 2004) (Revision 2.3, July 29, 2005) The complete manual consists of the following computer files: ECI2000TM02.doc fig_8_3_1.pdf fig_8_3_2.pdf fig_8_3_3.pdf fig_8_3_4.pdf fig_8_3_5.pdf fig_8_4_1.xls fig_8_4_2.xls fig_8_4_3.xls fig_8_4_4.xls fig_8_5_1.pdf fig_8_5_2.pdf

ECI2000TM05.doc 2 Table of contents 1. Safety notice 2. ECI 2000 door operator 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Technical data 2.3 Functional description 3. Electrical installation and modes of operation 3.1 Electrical installation 3.2 Setup mode 3.3 Scan mode 3.4 Automatic mode 4. Recommendations and remarks 5. Using the hand-held unit 6. Laptop interface commands 7. Tables 7.1 Functions of the LEDs 7.2 Inputs 7.3 Outputs 7.4 Adjustable parameters and user interface commands 7.5 Error log and the list of reported errors 7.6 Laptop link and the list of the commands 7.7 RS 232 extension cable 8. Diagram list.

9. Spare part list. 10. Troubleshooting guide 11. Electrical installation and the quick setup procedure Appendix A DIP switch settings Appendix B1, B2 Door operator parameter lists Appendix C1 ECI-2000-1100 printed circuit board Appendix C2 ECI-2000-1101 printed circuit board Appendix C3 ECI-2000-1101 rev. 1.0 printed circuit board

ECI2000TM05.doc 3 1. Safety notice. Observe these precautions: 1. Do not touch any circuit board, power device, or electrical connections without ensuring that high voltage is not present. 2. This unit has to be grounded. Do not apply power before grounding the unit. 3. Motor circuits may have high voltage present even if the motor is not rotating. Do not disconnect the motor before power has been removed. 4. Do not connect or disconnect any wires and connectors while power is applied to the unit. 5. Do not attempt to remove any boards or relays when power is present. Remove power first at the main disconnect and wait at least 5 minutes until power capacitors fully discharge. 6. Handle boards with care. The boards are static sensitive. Apply proper electrostatic discharge (ESD) procedures.

Before applying power: 1. Verify wires are properly connected. 2. Remove all debris from the enclosure. Check for loose wire clippings. 3. Verify that the unit is grounded. 4. Verify that the supply voltage is 120V AC - 10%), 60 Hz. 5. Verify that jumpers X1 and X2 have been set on the microcontroller board for the 24V DC inputs.

ECI2000TM05.doc 4 2. ECI 2000 door operator 2.1 Introduction The ECI2000 is a closed loop microprocessor controlled door operator. An encoder feedback continuously monitors door position while digital controllers and the speed profile generator calculate optimal performance. 2.2 Technical data. - supply voltage: 120V, 60 Hz, 500VA. - opto-isolated input voltage: 120V AC/DC or 24V to 48V DC/AC - input voltage selection: jumper selectable - user inputs: 9 - close command - open command - door locking command - nudging command - stop command - photo-eye protection contact - heavy door # 1 - heavy door # 2 - PANA633 light barrier direct input - user outputs: 5 (1 SPDT relay contact) - door closed - door open - advanced door closed limit - operator ready (optional, relay socket not installed) - spare (ECI-2000_1101 board: optional relay, socket not installed) (ECI-2000-1101 rev. 1.0: optional PANA633 output relay, socket not installed) - relay contact data: resistive load: maximum current 3A at 250V AC 3A at 30V DC minimum current 10mA, 5V inductive load (P.F. 0.4, L/R = 7ms): maximum current 1.5 A at 250V 2A at 30V DC minimum current 10 mA, 5V -signal diodes (LEDs): 19 - user interface: RS-232 for a hand-held unit or a laptop serial port -option DIP switch: - position 1: door type (ON centre opening, OFF single slide or 2-speed) - position 2: single point scan, ON enabled, OFF disabled - position 3: direction reversal switch - position 4: (software version prior to 1.11 : ON photo-eye input selection, OFF PANA633 input selection)

ECI2000TM05.doc 5 - position 4: (software version 1.11 and higher: DOL relay logic reversal for T-IV and TAC50 controllers: ON: DOL relay drops out within the door open zone, OFF: DOL relay picks up within the door open zone) - motor data: - 1/4 HP, 170V DC, 1100 rpm. - door maximum speed: 1m/s 2.3 Functional description The ECI 2000 door operator consists of the driving unit and the door transmission elements. The isolation transformer, the power stage and the microcontroller boards are enclosed in a steel box, which can be mounted on the top of the elevator cabin.

The power switch has been installed inside the box. The microcontroller board provides access to user inputs and the power board provides user output signals (contacts). Refer to figures 8.3.1 trough 8.3.5 for connection details. The user inputs are opto-isolated. The outputs are in a form of normally open, and normally closed relay contacts (SPDT). The hand-held unit allows for easy parameter check and tuning. It receives power from the microcontroller board and uses a cable for connection with the board. A digital incremental encoder is mounted on the motor rear shaft. The motor is left hand or right hand side mounted allowing for the adaptation to the left or right hand side doors. A DIP-switch is used to set the motor direction of rotation with respect to the mechanical configuration. Neither motor nor encoder wires have to be reconnected when the mechanical arrangement has been changed.

ECI2000TM05.doc 6 3. Electrical installation and modes of operation 3.1 Electrical installation The input power at 120 V AC - 10%) has to be connected as follows: live wire - to the power main switch (use a provided push-on connector) neutral wire - to terminal 2 of the J8 connector on the bottom board. ground wire - to the ground lug (AWG #14 is recommended). The equipment has to be grounded. The control input signals have to be connected to terminal blocks J1 and J4 on the top board. The control output signals have to be connected to terminal block J4 and if provided to terminal block J5 on the bottom board. The motor and the transformer are factory pre-wired. An optional RS-232 extension cable (part number ECI-2000-1390) may be connected to terminal block J5 on the top board. It allows setting up the door operator without opening of the box front cover.

The “door closed” inductive sensor has to be plugged into the 3-pin header (JH1) on the bottom board. An optional PANA633 light curtain input can be used (part number ECI-2000-1380) with both the ECI-2000-1101 and ECI-2000-1101 rev.1.0 power boards. Refer to schematics 8.5.1 and 8.5.2. In the former case the PANA633 cable is plugged into the 2-pin header (JH2) on the power board and connected at the other side as follows: -red wire: from JH2 pin 1 to TRG in the PANA633 box -black wire: from JH2 pin 2 to 0V in the PANA633 box - DIP1 switch 4 has to be set to ON position. In the latter case follow 8.5.2 schematic because the JH2 header is not used anymore as the PANA633 input. It has been assigned to an optional door open limit sensor. Refer to schematic 8.3.2.

3.2 Setup mode This mode of operation may be chosen by the user or is forced by the power-up software initialization routine, when it detects the discrepancy between the stored setup data and the configuration of the option switches. Every door operator has to be setup after mechanical and electrical installation. The setup data are stored in a non-volatile memory and are later used in the scan mode after each power-up. Follow the setup procedure to set up the operator. 3.2.1 Setup procedure using the toggle switches

ECI2000TM05.doc 7 This setup procedure has to be carried out after initial installation of the door operator. In this mode the commands are accepted only from the switches. The position of the INSP switch is disregarded. 3.2.1.1. Move the door manually from its closed position to the fully open position and then stop the door in the middle position before applying power. Make sure that the door moves smoothly. 3.2.1.2. Set the option switches according to the setup table. Refer to appendix A. Verify the position of the input voltage select jumpers. Jumpers have only to be placed on terminals X1 to X8 for 24V to 48V inputs.

3.2.1.3. Set the “door close” limit inductive sensor as shown in diagram 8.1.2. 3.2.1.4. Switch the inspection switch to the ON position, and the setup switch and the SW3 switch to the OFF position. 3.2.1.5. Apply power with the power switch. After a short delay, the door operator will become initialized. If the D17 red LED is flashing, the software passed the self-test and is running. If the D17 red LED is lit, but is not flashing, refer to chapter 7.1 for troubleshooting information. Two green LEDs (D8, “ready” and D6, “main relay”) and two orange LEDs (D36, D37) have to be on. The orange LEDs indicate that the power stage has been enabled and is operational.

Switch the setup switch to the ON position. The orange LED (D16) will start flashing indicating that the door operator is in the setup mode. 3.2.1.6. Start the closing cycle (SW3 toggled to CL, “close”). If the door starts to move in the wrong direction, stop it, then switch the main power switch off and switch DIP1 switch 3 to its alternate position. Return to step 3.2.1.5. 3.2.1.7. Allow the door to stop and stall at its fully closed position. Wait until the “door close” limit LED is lit (D3) and then stop the door (SW3 to OFF). After completion of the closing cycle start the opening cycle. If no errors were encountered during the setup closing cycle, the program will permit the execution of the next setup step.

3.2.1.8. Start the opening cycle switching SW3 to OP (open). If the door does not move in response to SW3, an error was encountered during the closing cycle. If the hand-held unit is available, display the error log, then re-check the position of the door close limit. With power on, check if the sensor LED and D7 LED are on. With power off, re-check the mechanical setup of the sensor. If the door starts to move, wait until the door stops, and stalls at the fully open position, and D4 LED lights up. If the setup has been successful, the orange LED will stop flashing. Switch the setup switch and the SW3 switch to OFF. The orange LED will be switched off. If the setup has not been successful, the orange LED will continue to flash. During the setup, the software determines the width of the door and preloads parameters accordingly. These parameters are chosen based on the door type and width and usually do not have to be changed. Compare the mass of your doors to the mass displayed on the hand-held unit (parameter P5A) The displayed mass shows the maximum mass of the door for which, the door kinetic energy will not exceed 10 J (7.4 ft-lb.) at any position of the door if the door is moving at the closing speed (parameter P1A). If the mass of your doors is higher than the displayed mass, lower the door closing speed and check parameter P5A again.

ECI2000TM05.doc 8 3.2.1.9. With the inspection switch in the ON position, run the door through the scan close, and open cycles (refer to 3.3) and then through the automatic close and open cycles (refer to 3.4). 3.2.1.10. If changes to the standard setup parameters are required refer to section 5.2.6. 3.2.2 Setup procedure with the hand-held unit This setup procedure may be used as an alternate to the procedure described in the previous section. It is assumed that the power to the door operator is on. 3.2.2.1. Plug-in the hand-held unit cable. After a few seconds the display will show: ECI KEYPAD VERSION X.YZ followed by ECI-2000 VERSION A.BC X.YZ and A.BC represent software versions of the hand-held unit and the door operator. Press the “ENT” key once and the “RIGHT” key twice, then the “DOWN” key once to read the latest error for future reference.

3.2.2.2 . Press the “ESC” key once and the “RIGHT” key twice. The display will show: T0 TESTING 3.2.2.3. Press the “DOWN” key twice, and the “ENT” key once. The display will show: T2 SETUP < CLOSE OPEN > Use the “LEFT” and “RIGHT” keys to close and open the doors. Use the “DOWN” key to stop the doors. You may exit the setup, using the “ESC” key, at any time without changes to the previous setup. 3.2.2.4. The closing cycle is the only one initially allowed, so press the “LEFT” key. Allow the door to stop and stall at its fully closed position. After completion of the closing cycle begin the opening cycle. If no errors were encountered during the setup closing cycle, the program will permit the starting of the next setup step. If the door does not move in response to the “RIGHT” key, press the “ESC” key, and check the error log. Then check if the LED on the sensor and D7 LED on the board are on. With power off re-check the mechanical setup of the sensor.

3.2.2.5. To start the opening cycle press the “RIGHT” key. Wait until the door stops and stalls at the fully open position. 3.2.2.6. During the setup, the software determines the width of the door and preloads parameters accordingly. These parameters are chosen based on the door type and width and usually do not have to be changed. Compare the mass of your doors to the mass displayed on the hand-held unit (parameter P5A) The displayed mass shows the maximum mass of the door for which, the door kinetic energy will not exceed 10 J (7.4

ECI2000TM05.doc 9 ft-lb.) at any position of the door if the door is moving at the closing speed (parameter P1A). If the mass of your doors is higher than the displayed mass, lower the door closing speed and check parameter P5A again. 3.3 Scan mode If the software does not choose the setup mode after power up initialization, the door operator will be working in the scan mode. In this mode, the commands are accepted from any available source (the elevator controller, the switches, or the hand-held unit). The highest command priority is assigned to the switches, followed by the hand-held unit and the elevator controller outputs. In the scan mode the door will be moving at the scan speed until the position counter is synchronized. The door will have to complete one close and one open cycle if DIP1 switch 2 is in the OFF position. However, if this switch is in the ON position, the position counter may be synchronized at the door fully closed position only. This operation is called a single point scan. Set the DIP1 switch 2 to ON position only if necessary on jobs where the elevator controller would prevent the door from reaching a fully open position (when the door is running at the scan speed) because of too short door dwell times. We also recommend that the so called “door watchdog timer” be set at least to 20 seconds for all single slide and two speed doors and at least to 15 seconds for centre opening doors.

If the scan cycles have been completed, the software will compare the setup data to the scanned data and switch over to the automatic mode if the parameters are within tolerance. If the parameters are not within tolerance, the door operator will be shut down for 10 seconds and enabled again if the number of the shutdowns within an hour does not exceed 11. If the data do not match, even after a few trials, the door operator has to be setup again by a maintenance mechanic. The mismatch between parameters is very likely to happen after the board has been exchanged. It is highly recommended that the door operator be set up again when the microcontroller boards have been replaced.

Refer to chapter 4 of this manual for further recommendations and remarks. 3.4 Automatic mode This is the basic operating mode for the door operator. The door is moved at the predetermined speed and all the control features of the software are active. The door operator responds to commands, which may come from any source, however, the command priority is taken into account. The highest priority is assigned to the command switches, followed by the hand-held unit, and the controller. The stop command, from the controller input or the hand-held unit overrides any direction commands. The lock command overrides the open command, but only in the automatic mode. The nudging command overrides all other door close speed references, switching over the closing speed to a level lower than: “heavy door 2/intermediate speed”, “heavy door 1”, and “close speed”.

If the photo-eye input is connected or PANA633 light curtain input is wired to the ECI-2000- 1101 power board and enabled (switch DIP1 position 3 ON), a door moving in the close direction will slow down immediately if the mentioned inputs have been activated. The door will continue to move in the closing direction at a reduced torque level equal to the nudging torque. Under these conditions an elevator controller would reverse the door if the door is not running in the nudging mode. The above feature eliminates any need for an additional control input during the “fire recall” mode.

ECI2000TM05.doc 10 4. Recommendations and remarks A complex electronic system such as a door operator has to be maintained properly to ensure long and reliable operation. We recommend that the following rules be observed when servicing, installing, and replacing the door operator equipment. 4.1 Only qualified personal shall be allowed to service the door operator. 4.2 High voltage is present in this system. When replacing the boards disconnect power to the door operator at the main disconnect, and wait at least 5 minutes to allow for the capacitors to be discharged.

4.3 Mechanical adjustment on the belt gear should be carried out after the power has been switched off. Use the main disconnect to switch off the power. 4.4 No wires should be disconnected or unplugged when power is present. 4.5 Fasten all the incoming cables to prevent the plugs from being pulled out by gravity or vibration. 4.6 When using the hand-held unit, make sure, its cable will not be caught by any moving parts. 4.7 When replacement of the boards is required, it is recommend that the whole board assembly is removed and sent back to ECI. The assembly consist of the microcontroller board and the power board.

4.8 The “door closed” inductive sensor is used as a hardware backup for the “door closed” relay. The relay will pick up if both the software and the hardware confirm that the door is closed. 4.9 The hand-held unit is a recommended tool for the door operator setup. 4.10 Avoid touching any elements on the boards when the power is applied to the operator. 4.11 Some parts are static electricity sensitive. Handle the boards with proper care. 4.12. When adjusting or testing the operator, a barricade in front of the hall door is recommended as a safety provision.

ECI2000TM05.doc 11 5. Using the hand-held unit Unit characteristics: - hand-held, tactile push button keypad - two-line, 16 character, LCD display - a standard RS-232 straight-through cable - available functions: - tuning of regulators - parameter adjustment - monitoring various signals - error log reading - close and open cycle testing and simulation. The hand-held unit is a recommended tool for adjustment of the door operator. Its RS-232 cable may be plugged into the DB-9 connector placed on the board. The hand-held unit uses only 6 keys to navigate the command menu. Four keys are the direction keys (“UP”, “DOWN”, “LEFT”, “RIGHT”) and two keys are the execution keys (“ESC” - escape, “ENT” - enter). The “ESC” key will move the display back to the previous selection in the menu. The “ENT” key moves the display down into a submenu or forces execution of a command. If any key is not active at the current level, it is ignored by the software.

The menu resembles an upside down tree. The staring point for the menu is M0 (MONITORING). After applying power to the hand-held unit, the unit starts to communicate with the microcontroller board. Initially a message is displayed showing the hand-held unit software version number. After a few seconds, if the link has been established, the second message is displayed. This message displays the microcontroller software version. In the next step, the user may enter into the menu by pressing the “ENT” key. It is recommended that the users always terminate the operation by pressing the “ESC” key a few times until the message reads “LINK TERMINATED”.

The menu windows are described subsequently. Refer to diagrams 8.4.1 through 8.4.4 showing the layout of the menu tree. At the top level, the menu tree has five windows. Use the “RIGHT” or “LEFT” keys to scroll from one window to the other. To enter a window above or below the main window use the “UP” or “DOWN” keys. The names of the windows have been listed below. The first letter displayed in the upper row always corresponds to the first letter of the branch name. M0 MONITORING - entry into the monitoring branch P0 PROGRAMMING - entry into the programming branch E0 ERROR LOG -entry into the error log U0 UTILITIES - entry into the utilities branch T0 TESTING - entry into the testing branch While at the top level (level 0) pressing “ESC” brings the display to M0 window or terminates the link from the M0 window.

5.1 M0-MONITORING This branch displays some of the system parameters, which are updated at a rate from 0.2 to 2 seconds (depending on their rate of change). Most of them are self-explanatory:

ECI2000TM05.doc 12 M1 DOOR SPEED M2 MOTOR CURRENT M3 CLOSE TIME M4 OPEN TIME M5 CLOSE CYCLES- the number of the close cycles performed by the door operator M6 OPEN CYCLES - the number of the open cycles performed by the door operator M7 POSITION - door position; number of the encoder pulses. There are 85758 pulses for 1 m of the door traveling distance M8 DOOR WIDTH - door width as measured during the setup. This value corresponds to the door traveling distance. M9 SYSTEM TIME - indicates for how long power was applied to the door operator. It is not a real time clock.

M10 BUS VOLTAGE - displays the DC bus voltage. This voltage is “chopped" by the PWM circuit. M11 LEM VOLTS - current sensor voltage; 2.5V +/- 0.050V represents zero current M12 SOFTWARE - displays microcontroller software version M13 INPUTS - displays the status of the input signals connected to the J1 and J4 connectors (the input byte). A “1” represents an active input. bit 0 - DO7, door close command bit 1 - DO10, door open command bit 2 - DO18, door lock command bit 3 - DO4, door nudging command bit 4 -STOP, stop command bit 5 - PHDT, photo detector contact bit 6 - HD1, heavy door 1 contact bit 7 - HD2, heavy door 2 contact M14 INPUT PORT - displays the status of the input signals from the switches placed on the board.

bit 0 - DIP switch 1, door type bit 1 - DIP switch 2, single point scan bit 2 - DIP switch 3, direction reversal switch bit 3 - DIP switch 4, refer to Appendix A. ( bits 0 -3 are active low and the display shows a “0” if the corresponding bit is active, and a “1” if it is not.) bit 4 - setup switch bit 5 - inspection switch bit 6 - close command switch bit 7 - open command switch (bits 4 -7 are active high) M15 LED PORT -this byte displays the status of the output port (the status of LEDs D10 - D17). Refer to table 7.1.1 and 7.1.3 for more information M16 OUTPUTS - this byte represents the output signals bit 0 - “spare” relay energized (valid for ECI-2000-1101 rev.0 boards) bit 1 - “door operator ready” relay energized bit 2 - “main” relay energized bit 3 - “advanced door closed” relay energized bit 4 - “door open” relay energized bit 5 - “door closed” relay energized bit 6 - “door closed” sensor active bit 7 - H-bridge driver supply enabled

ECI2000TM05.doc 13 5.2 P0-PROGRAMMING The programming branch has six submenus. To scroll through the submenus use the “UP” and “DOWN” keys. To enter one of the submenus use the “ENT” key. When the submenu is entered, the orange signal diode lights up (SUB MENU). To scroll in the submenu, use the “UP” and “DOWN” arrows. To change a parameter, press the “ENT” key. If access to programming has been enabled, the cursor will start to blink. Move the cursor around with the “LEFT” and “RIGHT” keys, change a value at the current location using the “UP” and “DOWN” keys. To enter a newly selected value press the “ENT’ key, to escape without changes, press the “ESC” key. If an entry exceeds the allowable range, a parameter will be overwritten after exiting from the data entry level. Some of the entries may also be slightly rounded by the software even if they are in the correct range. The changes are negligible (less than 1%). Pressing the “ESC” key allows returning to the previous level. All the parameters are always readable, but they may be changed only if access to programming has been enabled (refer to U3-PASSWORD). Programmable parameters are listed in sections 7.4 and 7.7. Speed reference profiles are shown in diagrams 8.1.1, 8.1.2 and 8.1.3. 5.2.1 P1-SPEEDS Eight speed parameters are included in the P1 sub-menu. The parameters are displayed in mm/s or ft/s. P1A CLOSE SPEED - maximum door closing speed during the closing cycle P1B HD1 SPEED - maximum door closing speed if the H_D1 input is active. This speed will be always lower than the P1A speed. P1C HD2 SPEED Software version prior to 1.11: maximum door closing speed if the H_D2 input is active. This speed will be always lower than the P1B speed. Software version 1.11 and later: maximum door closing speed if the H_D2 input is active equal to the intermediate speed (refer to diagram 8.1.2) P1D NUDGE SPEED - door nudging speed P1E CLOSE SLOW - slow closing speed during final approach to the terminal position P1F SCAN SPEED - closing and opening speed in the scan mode P1G OPEN SPEED - maximum door opening speed during the opening cycle P1H OPEN SLOW - slow opening speed during final approach to the terminal position P1J PL SPEED - slow pre-opening at the beginning of the open cycle 5.2.2 P2-PROFILE The units used are mm/s2, mm/s3 or ft/s2, ft/s3. P2A ACC. RATE - door acceleration rate; prior to ver. 1.14 P2A ACC. CLOSE – close cycle acceleration rate; ver. 1.14 and later P2B DEC. RATE - door deceleration rate; prior to ver. 1.14 P2B DEC. CLOSE – close cycle deceleration rate; ver. 1.14 and later P2C FAST RATE - fast deceleration rate during reversal or stop P2D JERK RATE - door jerk rate; prior to ver.1.11 P2D INT. RATE - intermediate deceleration rate; ver. 1.11 and later P2E ACC. OPEN - open cycle acceleration rate; ver. 1.14 and later P2F DEC. OPEN – open cycle deceleration rate; ver. 1.14 and later

ECI2000TM05.doc 14 5.2.3 P3-CURRENTS Eight current (torque) levels can be programmed in this submenu. Door closing, opening and dynamic forces are proportional to the respective motor currents. P3A OVERCURRENT - motor overcurrent level. If this level is exceeded the motor will be shut down. P3B ACC. CRNT - motor acceleration current. Applied current limit during acceleration. P3C DEC. CRNT - motor deceleration current. Applied current limit during deceleration. P3D OPEN CRNT - steady state current during the opening cycle. P3E CLOSE CRNT - steady state current during the closing cycle. This current determines the door closing force. P3F NUDGE CRNT - steady state current during the nudging cycle. This current determines the door closing force level in the nudging mode.

P3G HLD OP CRNT - the level of this current determines the door holding force when the door is in its fully open position (hold open current). P3H STALL CRNT - this current determines the level above which the door is considered to be stalled, if its speed is equal to zero. The suggested setting is between 0.5A and 0.7A. 5.2.4 P4-DISTANCES Four parameters may be set in this submenu. Units used are mm or inches. P4A CL. SLOW - the final distance from the fully closed position when the door will be moving at the slow close speed (P1E).

P4B OP. SLOW - the final distance from the fully open position when the door will be moving at the slow open speed (P1H). P4C ADV. DCL - the distance from the fully closed position when the “advanced door closed” limit signal is activated P4D PREOPEN - initial distance when the door is moving at the pre-open speed at the beginning of the opening cycle 5.2.5 DOOR DATA Units used are kg or lb. These parameters are readable parameters only. They are calculated based on the kinetic energy limit of 10J [Joules] and the door closing speed, heavy door 1 closing speed, and heavy door 2 closing speed.

P5A DOOR MASS - the mass calculated from the kinetic energy equation Mass[kg] = (2 * 10 [Joules ( close speed [m/s]* close speed [m/s])

ECI2000TM05.doc 15 P5B HD1 MASS - as above, but (hd1 speed) is used to calculate the mass P5C HD2 MASS - as above, but (hd2/intermediate speed) is used to calculate the mass 5.2.6 P6-CONTROL All the parameters in this submenu allow setting of the dynamics of the digital controllers. The system uses three controllers to control motor current (torque), motor speed, and door position. Follow the recommendations below when adjusting the controller gains. The current controller is of PI type. Its gains have been determined at the factory and (generally) changes to the settings are not required. The IKP and IKI are the proportional and the integral gains of this controller. Typical values for IKP are from 500 to 1000. Typical values for IKI are from 30 to 80. It is recommended that these gains not be changed if they are within the recommended ranges.

The speed controller is of PID type. The VKP, VKI and VKD are its proportional, integral, and derivative gains respectively. The values of these three parameters mainly determine the responsiveness of the door operator. The speed proportional gain parameter (VKP) may be increased or decreased to suit application. Increasing the parameter, results in faster response. Too high a gain may cause overshoot and ringing (oscillations). Decreasing the parameter results in slower response. The speed integral gain parameter (VKI) controls the stiffness of the controller. Increasing this parameter increases the low frequency stiffness but may cause overshooting and oscillations.

The speed derivative gain parameter (VKD) controls the high frequency response of the controller providing dampening to eliminate oscillations and minimize overshoots and ringing. Dampening is given as a force, proportional to the rate of change of speed error. Increasing the parameter reduces overshoots and stabilizes response. Too high a setting may lead to oscillations. P6A IKP - current controller proportional gain P6B IKI - current controller integral gain P6C VKP -speed controller proportional gain P6D VKI -speed controller integral gain P6E VKD -speed controller derivative gain P6F PKP -position controller proportional gain P6G SCL -position error scaler (the lower the scaler the higher the overall system gain, however too low a scaler may cause system oscillations) P6H FER -position following error (the difference between the required and the current door position). If this difference has been exceeded the door control will reduce the door speed and closing force.

ECI2000TM05.doc 16 5.3 E0-ERROR LOG Windows E1 to E30 display the error name and time. If the error buffer is filled up, a new error will overwrite the oldest one. The error log can be cleared from any error window (E1 - E30). Press the “ENT” key and then either the “ESC” key to cancel the operation or the “ENT” key to clear the log. If the drive is not running, the “LOG CLEARED” message will be displayed. Otherwise, the “STOP DRIVE” message will show up in the window. One can stop the drive or wait until it stops automatically. The command has been latched and the error log will be cleared as soon as the drive stops. Use the “ESC” key to exit.

5.4 U0-UTILITIES U1-DISPLAY UNITS The hand-held unit may display either metric or imperial system units. To change the unit system press the “ENT” key. An asterisk shows up in the window and the red signal diode lights up (DATA). Using the “UP” or “DOWN” key select the unit system and press the “ENT” key if you accept the change or the “ESC” key to cancel your election. Press the “ESC” key again to exit. U2-D/A CHANNEL The digital to analog channels may be used for adjustment or troubleshooting. A digital oscilloscope with a roll mode feature is the most suitable for this purpose. This window allows selecting an analog output from test channel 1 (TP3). Test channel 2 (TP4) displays the motor speed only, and is not selectable. After power-up, channel 1 displays the speed reference and channel 2 the motor speed. To select a different output on channel 1, press the “ENT” key. The asterisk shows up in the window and the red signal diode (DATA) lights up. Using the “UP” or “DOWN” keys, select a required channel and press the “ENT” key to accept the selection or the “ESC” key to exit. Press the “ESC” key again, to return to the U0-UTILITIES window.

U3-PASSWORD After power-up, access to programming is denied. All the parameters under the P0- PROGRAMMING branch are readable, but they cannot be changed. The default password is 0. If one wants to enable access to programming and the default password has never been changed, one has to press the “ENT” key followed by the “ESC” key. If the default password has been changed, one has to press the “ENT” key and then enter the right password using the direction keys, and complete the operation by pressing the “ENT” key.

If the correct password has been entered, access will be enabled. The range of the password entries is from 1 to 9998. U4-NEW PASSWORD If the window displays “ACCESS DENIED”, to change the password one has to enter the password correctly in the U3 window, or enable the access if the default password is used. If the window displays “ACCESS ENABLED” press the “ENT” key and enter a new password. Then press the “ENT” key again. Press the “ESC” key to return to the U0 level.

ECI2000TM05.doc 17 U5-CONTRAST If your hand-held unit has a small hole at the left bottom side of the box then the display contrast may be adjusted by a potentiometer located there. Use a narrow flat tip screwdriver to adjust the display contrast. If your hand-held unit does not have the hole, use the U5-CONTRAST utility to adjust the contrast. Press the “ENT” key and using the “UP” key, reduce the display contrast or using the “DOWN” key, increase the display contrast. To accept the changes, exit by pressing the "ENT" key.

5.5 T0-TESTING This branch allows control of the door close, open, and stop signals from the hand-held. This feature allows the hand-held unit to override the inputs at the J1 terminal block. However, the hand-held unit will itself be overridden by setting the INSP switch on the microcontroller board to the ON position. There are two options under the T1 branch: T1-AUTOMATIC and T2-SETUP. T1 allows selecting one of four submenus (T1A - T1D). T2 may be used to perform the setup. It is recommended that the initial setup after the first installation, be done with the switches located on the microcontroller board.

5.5.1 T1-AUTOMATIC To enter one of the submenus, press the “ENT” key and using the “UP” or “DOWN” keys, select the required closing speed reference level. Consecutive pressing of the “ENT” key brings the control into a submenu (DATA signal diode is lit) and enables four direction keys. The functions of the direction keys are as follows: “LEFT” - close command “RIGHT” - open command “DOWN - stop command “UP” - cancel the stop command (start command) The submenus allow choosing one of the closing speed reference inputs to test operation of the door operator in various modes. The submenu functions are self-explanatory. T1A NORMAL T1B NUDGE T1C H_DOOR1 T1D H_DOOR2 5.5.2 T2-SETUP One can use the T2 SETUP window to perform the setup of the door operator with the hand-held unit. The setup mode overrides all other modes, however it may be exited before its completion. To enter the setup mode press the “ENT” key and use the “LEFT” and “RIGHT” keys to close and open the door.

The setup has to be started when the door is partially open. The close command has to be executed first. To quit the setup before it is fully completed press the “ESC” key. Uncompleted setup will not make any changes to the previous setup.

ECI2000TM05.doc 18 6. Laptop interface commands A laptop computer with any communications software may also be used to set up the door operator. For successful interface your computer must use an RS-232 serial link set to 4800 baud rate, 8 bits, no parity, one stop bit. The serial cable has to be plugged into the JPH1 DB-9 socket. A straight-through cable with a DB-9 plug at one end and a DB-9 socket at the other end must be used. Commands have to be typed as lower case letters. Each command consists of a “three character word” sometimes followed by an “ sign and a number. If the number has an invalid format the door operator will respond with a FORMAT ERROR message. If an entered value is out range, the operator will respond with an OUT OF RANGE message. Proper format of the commands is shown in section 7.7 of this manual. Typing entered from the keyboard is echoed to the screen. If typed characters are echoed twice, disable the echoing option in your communications software.

Initialization of the link starts with the “pcc” command. The door operator will answer with: PC_LINK, OK * MONITOR *. Each session has to be terminated with the “end” command.

ECI2000TM05.doc 7. Tables 7.1. Functions of the LEDs 7.1.1 Diodes D10 - D17 If D17 (red) is continuously lit or it is off, it indicates that the power-up self-test failed. The door operator has been disabled and the software will try to display the latest encountered error (when D16 is off) or the major failure source (when D16 is on). See table 7.1.1 and 7.1.2 for the failure lists. Table 7.1.1 (D17 ON, D16 ON, D15 OFF) D17, D16, D15 ON, ON, OFF D14 (if ON) Data stored in Eeprom not in range D13 (if ON) Eeprom failure, lower block D12 (if ON) Eeprom failure, upper block D11 (if ON) SRAM failure D10 (if ON) Register failure Table 7.1.2 (D17 ON, D16 OFF) Diodes D10 to D15 display a binary error code. If the self-test reports an error, write down the code of the error and repeat the power on reset. If the error persists, report it to Elevator Components Inc. and exchange the boards. Errors from 3 (000011) to 33 (100001), and from 40 (101000) to 48 (110000) are related to microcontroller hardware failures.

Errors from 34 (1000010) to 38 (100110) are related to SRAM failures. Error 49 (110001) is related to eprom checksum failures. The error code displayed on the output port is linked to a hardware failure as listed in table 7.1.2. An "H" in the table on the next page denotes a lit LED. 19

ECI2000TM05.doc Table 7.1.2 D15 D14 D13 D12 D11 D10 Error Error H H # 3 p3_register H #4 not used H H #5 p2_dir H H #6 p2_reg H H H #7 p2_mode H #8 not used H H #9 p5_dir H H #10 p5_reg H H H #11 p5_mode H H #12 wg_out H H H #13 wg_con H H H #14 wg_reload H H H H #15 wg_comp1 H #16 wg_comp2 H H #17 wg_comp3 H H #18 wg_protect H H H #19 portABdir H H #20 portABdata H H H #21 ad_time H H H #22 ad_test H H H H #23 t1control H H #24 comp2_con H H H #25 p1_dir H H H #26 p1_reg H H H H #27 p1_mode H H H #28 baud_rate H H H H #29 ptscount_ad H H H H #30 ptscount_comp2 H H H H H #31 ptscount_epa0 H #32 time_tick_50, time_tick_500, timer1_aux1-4 H H #33 pwm_period H H #34 cl_cycles, op_cycles H H H #35 error_buffer (SRAM) H H #6 hand-held unit buffer (SRAM) H H H #37 timers structure (SRAM) H H H #38 rdb, rdw, rdl command initialization H H H H #39 comm0 port ring buffer H H #40 a/d channel 3 H H H #41 a/d channel 4 H H H #42 a/d channel 2 H H H H #43 a/d channel 1 H H H #44 a/d channel 0 (higher than 2.5V + 0.050V) H H H H #45 a/d channel 0 (lower than 2.5V - 0.050V) H H H H #46 microcontroller ALU unit H H H H H #47 microcontroller ALU unit H H #48 microcontroller ALU unit H H H #49 eprom checksum H H H #50 not used H H H H #51 not used H H H #52 not used H H H H #53 not used 20

ECI2000TM05.doc 21 Table 7.1.3 (D17 flashing) D17 (flashing) Software is executing (system heartbeat) D16 If ON - setup required or setup completed If flashing - setup in progress D15 ( if ON) Forced slowdown (emergency slowdown) D14 (if ON) Stop executed (stop command input activated) D13 (if ON) Reduced speed input(s) activated D12 (if ON) Stop requested (internal system command) D11 (if ON) Open command active D10 (if ON) Close command active 7.1.2 Diodes D3 - D9 These diodes are related to the output relays and the door close sensor Table 7.1.4 D7 “door closed” sensor activated (the door is within 1” of its fully closed position) D3 door closed” relay picked up D4 “door open” relay activated D5 “advanced door closed” relay picked up D6 “main” relay picked up (applies output voltage to the motor) D8 “door operator ready” relay picked up D9 “spare” relay output activated (only ECI-2000-1101 “no revision” board) 7.1.3 Diodes D36 - D39 These diodes signal the operation of the power bridge gating signals. Table 7.1.5 D36, D37 If flashing very quickly - power bridge controlled by the system If OFF -power bridge not working (shutdown) D38 Always off D39 Dynamic braking activated (DC bus discharge circuit activated) 7.2 User inputs User inputs are accessed through the 5-pin connectors J1 and J4 on the microcontroller board. Pin 5 of J1 (COM1) is a common wire for inputs: DO7, DO10, DO18 and DO4. Pin 5 of J4 (COM2) is a common wire for inputs: STOP, PHDT, H_D1 and H_D2. All the inputs are 120V AC/DC or 24V to 48V AC/DC (jumper selectable). All inputs are active HIGH. Refer to schematic 8.3.3 and 8.3.4.

ECI2000TM05.doc 22 There is only one user input on the power board. This is an input exclusively used as an interface to the PANA633 light barrier. On the ECI-2000-1101 power boards the JH2 header is used as an input. On the ECI-2000-1101 rev. 1.0 power boards the J5 pin 7 is used as an input. Refer to schematics 8.5.1 and 8.5.2. 7.2.1 Functions of the inputs Table 7.2.1 (terminal block J1 on the microcontroller board) Connection Name Function of the input Pin 1 DO7 door close command Pin 2 DO10 door open command Pin3 DO18 door locking command Pin4 DO4 door nudging command Pin5 COM Common for pins 1 to 4 Table 7.2.2 (terminal block J4 on the microcontroller board) Connection Name Function of the input Pin 1 STOP door stop command Pin 2 PHDT photo-detector input (future use) Pin3 H_D1 heavy door 1 Pin4 H_D2 heavy door 2 Pin5 COM Common for pins 1 to 4 7.3 User outputs All the user outputs are in a form of a single pole double throw (SPDT) relay contact. The relays have been placed on the power board. The relay coils are opto-isolated from the microcontroller circuits. The contact ratings are listed below: Resistive load: maximum current 3A at 250V AC 3A at 30V DC minimum current 10ma, 5V Inductive load (P.F. 0.4, L/R = 7ms): maximum current 1.5 A at 250V 2A at 30V DC minimum current 10 mA, 5V These contacts can reliably operate with the opto-coupled controller inputs.

ECI2000TM05.doc 23 Remarks: 1. Before replacing any relays, the power has to be switched off for at least 5 minutes to allow capacitors to discharge. 2. Relay coils are energized when the microcontroller signals are active high and the driver opto-coupler outputs are active low. 7.3.1 Functions of the outputs Table 7.3.1 (terminal block J4 on the power stage board) Pin Relay Name Diode Contact Function 1 K1 DCL D3 NO3 door closed limit, normally open contact 2 " " DO17 door closed limit, normally closed contact 3 " " COM3 common for the contacts 4 K2 DOL D4 NO4 door open limit, normally open contact 5 " " DO3 door open limit, normally closed contact 6 " " COM4 common for the contacts 7 K3 ADVCL D5 NO5 door closed advanced limit 8 " " NC5 door closed advanced limit 9 " " COM5 common for the contacts Table 7.3.2 (terminal block J5 on the power stage board) * Pin Relay Name Diode Contact Function 1 K5 READY D8 NO6 door operator ready, normally open contact 2 " " DC6 door operator ready, normally closed contact 3 " " COM6 common for the contacts 4 K6** AUX 9 NO7 aux. relay, normally open contact 5 " " NC7 aux. relay, normally closed contact 6 " " COM7 common for the contacts 7 PANA input input for PANA633, *** * terminal J5 and the relay sockets are not installed on the board during production. They may be optionally installed later.

** ECI-2000-1101 board: the auxiliary relay is energized when either the PANA633 or PHDT input has been activated. This function is controlled by the software. ECI-2000-1101 rev. 1.0: the auxiliary relay is controlled directly by the PANA633 input. It is not controlled by the door operator software or hardware.

ECI2000TM05.doc 24 7.4 Adjustable parameters and user interface command table 7.4.1 Hand-held unit and serial link commands * software version prior to version 1.11 ** software version 1.11 and later *** software version 1.14 and later Menu Window text PC command Range ) (versions prior to 1.11) Range ) (versions. 1.11 & later) M0 MONITORING M1 DOOR SPEED dsp 0 - 1000 mm/s 0 - 1000 mm/s M2 MOTOR CURRENT mcu 0 - 4A 0 - 4A M3 CLOSE TIME clt 0 - 3276 seconds 0 - 3276 seconds M4 OPEN TIME opt 0 - 3276 sec 0 - 3276 sec M5 CLOSE CYCLES ccy 0 - (2^32 -1) 0 - (2^32 -1) M6 OPEN CYCLES ocy 0 - (2^32 -1) 0 - (2^32 -1) M7 POSITION pos (-4194304) - 4194303 (-4194304) - 4194303 M8 DOOR WIDTH wth 0 - 5000mm 0 - 5000mm M9 SYSTEM TIME ctm format h..hh:mm:ss format h..hh:mm:ss M10 BUS VOLTAGE bvl 0 - 300V 0 - 300V M11 LEM VOLTS cvl 0 - 5V 0 - 5V M12 SOFTWARE VERSION ver M13 INPUTS binary coded byte binary coded byte M14 INPUT PORT " " M15 LED PORT " " M16 OUTPUTS " " P0 PROGRAMMING P1 SPEEDS P1A CLOSE SPEED cls, cls= 0.2 - 0.8 m/s 0.2 - 0.8 m/s P1B HD1 SPEED hd1, hd1= 0.2 - 0.7 m/s 0.2 - 0.7 m/s P1C HD2 SPEED ) hd2, hd2= 0.2 - 0.7 m/s 0.2 - 0.7 m/s P1C INT. SPEED ) hd2, hd2= P1D NUDGE SPEED ndg, ndg= 0.15 - 0.5 m/s 0.15 - 0.5 m/s P1E CLOSE SLOW css, css= 0.01 - 0.1 m/s 0.01 - 0.1 m/s P1F SCAN SPEED rsp, rsp= 0.01 - 0.14 m/s 0.01 - 0.14 m/s P1G OPEN SPEED ops, ops= 0.2 - 1.0 m/s 0.2 - 1.0 m/s P1H OPEN SLOW oss, oss= 0.01 - 0.1 m/s 0.01 - 0.1 m/s P1J PL SPEED pls, pls= 0.01 - 0.1 m/s 0.01 - 0.1 m/s P2 PROFILE P2A ACC. RATE acc, acc= 0.5 - 1.2 m/s2 0.5 - 1.2 m/s2 P2A ACC. CL ) acc, acc= P2B DEC. RATE dec, dec= 0.5 - 1.2 m/s2 0.5 - 1.2 m/s2 P2B DEC. CL ) dec, dec=

ECI2000TM05.doc 25 P2C FAST RATE fdc, fdc= 0.5 - 2.5 m/s2 0.5 - 2.5 m/s2 P2D JERK ) jrk, jrk= 1.0 - 8.0 m/s3 1.0 - 8.0 m/s3 P2D INT. RATE ) dei, dei= P2E ACC. OP ) aco, aco= P2F DEC. OP ) deo, deo= P3 CURRENTS P3A OVERCURRENT ovc, ovc= 2.5 - 4.0 A 2.5 - 4.0 A P3B ACC. CRNT acr, acr= 1.5 - 3.3 A 1.5 - 3.3 A P3C DEC. CRNT dcr, dcr= 1.5 - 3.3 A 1.5 - 3.3 A P3D OPEN CRNT ocr, ocr= 0.7 - 1.8 A 0.7 - 1.8 A P3E CLOSE CRNT ccr, ccr= 0.7 - 1.8 A 0.7 - 1.8 A P3F NUDGE CRNT ncr, ncr= 0.5 - 1.3 A 0.5 - 1.3 A P3G HLD OP CRNT hcr, hcr= 0.5 - 1.0 A 0.5 - 1.0 A P3H STALL CRNT scr, scr= 0.5 - 1.0 A 0.5 - 1.0 A P4 DISTANCES P4A CL. SLOW csc, csc= 0 - 100 mm 0 - 100 mm P4B OP. SLOW cso, cso= 0 - 100 mm 0 - 100 mm P4C ADV. DCL acl, acl= 25 - 254 mm 25 - 254 mm P4D PREOPEN pld, pld= 0 - 100 mm 0 - 100 mm P5 DOOR DATA P5A DOOR MASS mas 30 - 520 kg 30 - 520 kg 66 - 1155 lb 66 - 1155 lb P5B HD1 MASS h1m 40 - 520 kg 40 - 520 kg 88 - 1155 lb 88 - 1155 lb P5C HD2 MASS h2m 40 - 520 kg 40 - 520 kg 88 - 1155 lb 88 - 1155 lb P6 CONTROL P6A IKP ikp, ikp= 300 - 1000 300 - 1000 P6B IKI iki, iki= 10 - 100 10 - 100 P6C VKP vkp, vkp= 10 - 100 10 - 100 P6D VKI vki, vki= 5 - 30 5 - 30 P6E VKD vkd, vkd= 0 - 100 0 - 100 P6F PKP pkp, pkp= 0 - 100 0 - 100 P6G SCL psc,psc= 32 - 320 32 - 320 P6H FER fer, fer= 5 % - 30% 5 % - 30% E0 ERROR LOG E1 - E30 dpe read error E1 read error E1 dpp read next error read next error

ECI2000TM05.doc 26 cll clear log clear log U0 UTILITIES U1 UNIT SYSTEM met, imp U2 D/A CHANNEL dta= U3 PASSWORD pas= U4 NEW PASSWORD pas= U5 CONTRAST T0 TESTING T1 AUTOMATIC T1A NORMAL T1B NUDGE T1C H_DOOR1 T1D H_DOOR2 T2 SETUP 7.4.2 Serial link commands (laptop serial link) The PC commands listed below do not have equivalence in the hand-held unit. They are used to manage the serial link. Each command has to be followed by the “ENT” key on the laptop keyboard. pcc start communications link with a laptop serial port end end communications link with a laptop serial port wrt permanently store all changed parameters (when some parameters have been changed with commands of a format xxx=data, they have not been stored permanently and the changes will be lost if the power is switched off. To store the changed data permanently always execute “wrt” command after you accept the changes). 7.5 Error log: list of reported errors and messages 7.5.1 Errors reported by all software versions. NO FAULTS - the log is empty, no faults present EXT. SOURCE - external shutdown by the power module protection SHUTDOWN - shutdown by the software protection routine (*) FORMAT ERROR - data format error TIMER2 ERR. - timer2 error, hardware failure EEPROM ERROR - eeprom memory write or read error PROG. FAIL. - programme failure A/D CH. ERR. - a/d channel error (*) TIMER1 ERROR - timer1 error (*) POLARITY -encoder or motor polarity incorrect PARAM. ERR. -parameter entry error; the entry error has been corrected

ECI2000TM05.doc 27 COMP2 INTRPT - compare2 channel error (*) RX ERROR - receive channel error (*) TX ERROR - transmit channel error (*) INV. BRANCH - invalid software branch INV. ENTRY - invalid data entry, format error WG_CNTR ERR. - waveform generator counter error OUT OF RANGE - invalid data, out of range SETUP ERR. - setup mode error WG INTERRUPT - waveform generator interrupt error NO ACCESS - access to certain locations denied WRITE FAIL. - eeprom memory write failure STOP DRIVE - request to stop the drive; message only SELF RESET - self reset occurred just before the last power up LOGIC ERROR - logic error found in logic equations RUN TIMEOUT - motor run time exceeded STOP TIMEOUT - motor stop time-out CALCUL. ERR. - calculation error DCL MISSING - door close sensor missing (scan mode) DCL ERROR - door close sensor not found where expected (auto mode) CLOSE T-OUT - close cycle time-out OPEN TIMEOUT - open cycle time-out STOP MISSING - motor was moving when stalled conditions were expected DCL ZONE ERR - door close limit zone error OVERCURRENT - motor overcurrent DIST. ERROR - distance error in the scan mode SCAN ERROR - scan mode error NO_ACKN. - no acknowledge received while writing to eeprom (*) SENS. ERROR - erroneous door close sensor operation (reset mode) HYST. ERROR - door close limit hysteresis error; message UNDERVOLTAGE - DC bus undervoltage OVERVOLTAGE - DC bus overvoltage OVERSPEED - motor overspeed COUNT > DCL. - position counter greater than the door fully closed position count (automatic mode) COUNT < DOL. - position counter less than the door fully open position count (automatic mode) COUNT < DCL - position counter less than the position of the door closed sensor count when the sensor has been activated (automatic mode) PRG. ERR. 01 - error while executing the scan mode routine ENCODER LOSS - encoder failure or connection lost or abrupt door stop AD INTERRUPT - a/d channel interrupt error 7.5.2 Errors reported only by software versions prior to 1.11 7.5.3 Errors reported only by software version 1.11 and later

ECI2000TM05.doc 28 7.5.4 Errors reported only by software version 1.14 and later 7.6 Laptop link: list of the commands These commands are used to set the door parameters from the laptop. 7.6.1 Door speeds: Command Range: Description: cls - - read the closing speed cls= - 200 - 800 mm/s - change the closing speed - 0.65 - 2.63 ft/s css - - read the slow closing speed css= - 10 - 100 mm/s - change the slow closing speed - 0.03 - 0.33 ft/s hd1 - - read the heavy door 1 closing speed hd1= - 200 - 700 mm/s - change the heavy door 1 closing speed - 0.65 - 2.30 ft/s hd2 - - read the heavy door 2 closing speed hd2= - 200 - 700 mm/s - change the heavy door 2 closing speed - 0.65 - 2.30 ft/s - change the intermediate speed ndg - - read the nudging speed ndg= - 150 - 500 mm/s - change the nudging speed - 0.49 - 1.64 ft/s ops - - read the opening speed ops= - 200 - 1000 mm/s - change the opening speed - 0.65 - 3.28 ft/s oss - - read the slow opening speed oss= - 10 - 100 mm/s - change the slow opening speed - 0.03 - 0.30 ft/s pls - - read the pre-opening slow speed pls= - 10 - 100 mm/s - change the pre-opening slow speed - 0.03 - 0.30 ft/s rsp - - read the scan speed rsp= - 10 - 140 mm/s - change the scan speed - 0.03 - 0.46 ft/s 7.6.2 Profile shape: Command Range: Description acc - - read the acceleration rate (or close cycle acc. rate) acc= - 500 – 1200 mm/s2 – change the acceleration rate (or close cycle acc. rate) - 1.64 - 3.94 ft/s2 dec - - read the deceleration rate dec= - 500 - 1200 mm/s2 - change the deceleration rate

ECI2000TM05.doc 29 - 1.64 - 3.94 ft/s2 fdc - - read the fast deceleration rate fdc= - 500 - 2500 mm/s2 - change the fast deceleration rate - 1.64 - 8.20 ft/s2 jrk - - read the jerk rate jrk= - 1000 - 8000 mm/s3 - change the jerk rate - 3.28 - 26.25 ft/s3 dei - - read the intermediate deceleration rate dei - change the intermediate deceleration rate aco - - read the open cycle acceleration rate aco - change the open cycle acceleration rate dco - - read the open cycle deceleration rate dco - change the open cycle deceleration rate 7.6.3 Motor currents: Command Range: Description acr - - read the acceleration current limit acr= - 1.5 - 3.3 A - change the acceleration current limit ccr - - read the closing current limit, door closing torque ccr= - 0.7 - 1.3 A - change the closing current limit dcr - - read the deceleration current limit dcr= - 1.5 - 3.3 A - change the deceleration current limit hcr - - read the hold open current limit hcr= - 0.5 - 1.0 A - change the hold open current limit ncr - - read the nudging current limit, nudging torque ncr= - 0.5 - 1.3 A - change the nudging current limit ocr - - read the opening current limit ocr= - 0.7 - 2.5 A - change the opening current limit ovc - - read the overcurrent tripping point ovc= - 2.5 - 4.0 A - change the overcurrent tripping point scr - - read the stall current triggering point scr= - 0.5 - 1.0 A - change the stall current triggering point 7.6.4 Distances: Command Range: Description acl - - read the advanced door closed limit setting acl= - 0 - 254 mm - change the advanced door closed limit setting - 0 - 10.0 inch csc - - read the slow closing distance csc= - 0 - 100 mm - change the slow closing distance - 0 - 3.94 inch cso - - read the slow opening distance cso= - 0 - 100 mm - change the slow opening distance - 0 - 3.94 inch pld - - read the pre-opening distance

ECI2000TM05.doc 30 pld= - 0 - 100 mm - change the pre-opening distance - 0 - 3.94 inch 7.6.5 Door mass (weight): Command Range: Description h1m - 40 - 520 kg - read the heavy door 1 mass 88 - 1155 lb h2m - 40 - 520 kg - read the heavy door 2 mass 88 - 1155 lb mas - 30 - 520 kg - read the normal door mass 66 - 1155 lb 7.6.6 Digital controllers: Command Range: Description fer - - read the “following error” fer= - 5 - 30 % - change the “following error” iki - - read the current controller integral gain iki= - 10 - 100 - change the current controller intergral gain ikp - - read the current controller proportional gain ikp= - 300 - 1000 - change the current controller proportional gain pkp - - read the position controller proportional gain pkp= - 0 - 100 - change the position controller proportional gain psc - - read the position controller scaler psc= - 32 - 320 - change the position controller scaler vkd - - read the speed controller derivative gain vkd= - 0 - 100 - change the speed controller derivative gain vki - - read the speed controller integral gain vki= - 5 - 100 - change the speed controller integral gain vkp - - read the speed controller proportional gain vkp= - 10 - 100 - change the speed controller proportional gain 7.6.7 Monitoring (read only commands): Command Range: Description bvl - 0 - 300V - read the DC bus voltage ccy - 0 - (2^32 -1 ) - read the number of closing cycles clt - 0 - 3276 s - read the latest door closing time cvl - 0 - 5V - read the LEM sensor voltage

ECI2000TM05.doc 31 ctm - 0 - (2^32 -1) s - read the system time dsp - 0 - 1000mm/s - read the door speed - 0 - 3.28 ft/s mcu - 0 - 5A - read the motor current ocy - 0 - (2^32 -1) - read the number of opening cycles opt - 0 - 3276 s - read the latest door opening time pos - (-4194304) - 4194303 - read the door position (encoder pulses) ver - - report software version wth - 0 - 5000 mm - read the door width 7.6.8 Error log: Command Range: Description cll - - clear error log dpe - - read the latest error log entry dpp - - read the next error log entry 7.6.9 Miscellaneous commands: Command Range: Description dta= - 0 - 9 - select D/A channel for TP3 analog output 0 - motor speed 1 - speed reference 2 - speed error 3 - motor current 4 - current reference 5 - current error 6 - position error 7 - speed correction by the position controller 8 - LEM sensor output voltage 9 - DC bus voltage end - - end communications link with a laptop serial port imp - - select the Imperial unit system met - - select the metric unit system pas= - 0 - 9998 - enter or change the password pcc - - start communications link with a laptop serial port wrt - - permanently store all changed parameters Remark: When some parameters have been changed with commands of the format “xxx=data“, they have not been stored permanently and the changes will be lost if the power is switched off. To store the changed data permanently execute “wrt” command after each command, which changes parameters.

7.6 RS232 extension cable. An optional extension cable may be used to allow adjustment of the door within elevator cab. The cable is terminated at the terminal block J5 on the microcontroller board. Place the DB-9

ECI2000TM05.doc 32 connector inside the car station and run the cable as far from any power cables as possible. Order part ECI-2000-1390 from Elevator Components Inc. Refer to diagrams 8.3.3, 8.3.4, 8.3.5. 8.0 Diagram list All the diagrams listed below have been placed in the Appendix C section. Fig. 8.1.1 Speed reference profiles (software versions prior to 1.11) Fig. 8.1.2 Speed reference profiles (software version 1.11 and later) Fig. 8.1.3. Speed reference profiles (software version 1.14 and later) Fig. 8.2 Setting the door close limit inductive sensor Fig. 8.3.1 ECI-2000-1100 and ECI-2000-1101. Internal wiring Fig. 8.3.2 ECI-2000-1100 and ECI-2000-1101 rev. 1.0. Internal wiring Fig. 8.3.3 User interface. Relay controller. Operating voltage 120 V AC Fig. 8.3.4 ECI-2000-1100 and ECI-2000-1101 PCBs. External wiring Fig. 8.3.5 ECI-2000-1100 and ECI-2000-1101 rev. 1.0 PCBs. External wiring Fig. 8.4.1 Hand-held unit “menu level 0” tree Fig. 8.4.2 Hand-held unit “menu level 1” tree Fig. 8.4.3 Hand-held unit “menu level 1 (cont.)” tree Fig. 8.4.4 Hand-held unit “menu level 2” tree Fig. 8.5.1 PANA633 connections for the ECI-2000-1101 power board Fig. 8.5.2 PANA633 connections for the ECI-2000-1101 rev. 1.0 power board

ECI2000TM05.doc Speed [mm/s] P1A Close speed P1B HD1 speed P1C HD2 speed P1D Nudge speed P1E Close slow speed P1F Scan speed P2A Acc. rate P1A P2B Dec. rate P2C Fast rate P1B P4A Final close P4C Adv. close P1C P4C P2A P2B P4A P1D 33 P1F P1E P2C Time [s] Closing cycle Speed [mm/s] P1F Scan speed P1G Open speed P1G P1H Open slow speed P2A Acc. rate P2B Dec. rate P2C Fast rate P4B Final open P4D Pre-open P2A P2B P4D P4B P1F P1J P1H P2A P2C Time [s] Opening cycle Fig. 8.1.1 Speed reference profiles Software versions prior to 1.11

ECI2000TM05.doc Speed [mm/s] P1A Close speed P1B HD1 speed P1C Intermediate speed P1D Nudge speed P1E Close slow speed P1F Scan speed P2A Acc. rate P1A P2B Dec. rate P2C Fast rate P1B P2D Intermediate rate P4A Final close P2A P2B P4C Adv. close P4C P1C P4A P1D P2D P1F P1E P2C 34 Time [s] Closing cycle Speed [mm/s] P1F Scan speed P1G Open speed P1G P1H Open slow speed P2A Acc. rate P2B Dec. rate P2C Fast rate P4B Final open P4D Pre-open P2A P2B P4D P4B P1F P1J P1H P2A P2C Time [s] Opening cycle Fig. 8.1.2 Speed reference profiles Software version 1.11 and later

ECI2000TM05.doc Speed [mm/s] P1A Close speed P1B HD1 speed P1C Intermediate speed P1D Nudge speed P1E Close slow speed P1F Scan speed P2A Close cycle acc. rate P1A P2B Close cycle dec. rate P2C Fast rate P1B P2D Intermediate rate P4A Final close P2A P2B P4C Adv. close P4C P1C P4A P1D P2D P1F P1E P2C 35 Time [s] Closing cycle Speed [mm/s] P1F Scan speed P1G Open speed P1G P1H Open slow speed P2E Open cycle acc. rate P2B Open cycle dec. rate P2C Fast rate P4B Final open P4D Pre-open P2E P2F P4D P4B P1F P1J P1H P2A P2C Time [s] Opening cycle Fig. 8.1.3 Speed reference profiles Software version 1.14 and later

Fig. 8.2 Setting the door close limit inductive sensor Legend: 1. fastening screw 2. inductive sensor 3. sensor casing 5. fixing strut 6. sensor vane 7. cross-hair Procedure: 1. Loosen the fastening screw (1) slightly to allow for movement of the sensor casing (3) in the fixing strut (5). 2. Mark the cross-hair center line (7) on the top of the sensor casing (3). 3. Close the door manually and verify that the gap between the sensor (2) and the sensor casing vane (6) is 4mm +/- 1mm (5/32”). 4. Open the door leaving a gap of ½” to ¾” between the door edge and the close side door jamb.

5. Slide the sensor casing (3) in the fixing strut (5) as indicated by the arrow to align the cross-hair center line with the edge of the vane (6). 6. Tighten and fastening screw (1). 36

. . (WHT) TRANSFORMER Ch.A 2 POWER BOARD Index GREEN BLUE 2 (7V) (170V AC) . . . BROWN . JH1 . . 1 . . (7V) . 4 3 4 BLACK INDUCTIVE SENSOR Fig. 8.3.1 ECI-2000-1100 and ECI-2000-1101 3 . . BLACK . . 2 (120V AC) . . EMI FILTER 1 4 ECI-2000-1101 (120V AC) CH.B 5 BLACK . . . (RED) 3 JH2 BLACK . . . . 1 . 10-wire ribbon . 5 . . 2 (GRN) GROUND SCREW . ECI-2000-1100 . SHLD BLUE . (32V CT) . YELLOW . Ch.B Internal wiring. 2 . BLACK (SHLD) . (top board) . (WHT) . DCAX/5608KS +5V (170V AC) 1 . 5 . . 3 5V . . MICROCONTROLLER BOARD . (32V CT) . . . . CH.A (RED) . . GREEN . Gnd (GRN) . (20V AC) . RED (CT) . . BURGESS . BROWN (bottom board) MOTOR . PURPLE .

. 1 . 20-wire ribbon GREEN . 0V PURPLE 4 (20V AC) BLUE . . . BROWN (BLK) RED 3 (BLK) (not connected) . . 37 J5 J8 J1 J4 J2 A1 L2AA COM2 STOP E PHDT NO4 10V 24VR RX DO7 E COM4 H_D1 DO17 DO18 BLACK H_D2 COM3 DO3 L2B COM1 L1A NC5 DO4 NO3 0VR RED J3 COM5 0V NO5 J2 BLACK SHLD TX L1A J3 A2 DO10 NO7 COM6 NC7 NO6 NC6 COM7 ENCODER 1 2 3 4 5 Power switch J7 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 JH1 1 2 3 4 5 J6 1 2 J6 1 2 3 4 5

ECI-2000-1101 rev. 1.0 2 (top board) Ch.B . . (RED) . . (SHLD) BURGESS 5 . POWER BOARD . . (WHT) 2 . BLACK . BROWN . . . PURPLE (bottom board) MICROCONTROLLER BOARD Door closed limit 2 . 10-wire ribbon . . . 1 5 . . . . DCAX/5608KS GREEN PURPLE (BLK) BLACK (RED) 3 BROWN 1 . (7V) TRANSFORMER INDUCTIVE SENSOR . . 1 (GRN) JH1 BROWN . (7V) CH.B . . (170V AC) BLACK BLUE GROUND SCREW 5 RED . (not connected) Door open limit 0V 3 (WHT) BLUE . +5V 1 . (32V CT) BLACK . GREEN 2 . . . (120V AC) EMI FILTER . . (170V AC) . . CH.A (32V CT) ECI-2000-1100 4 . YELLOW 1 Fig. 8.3.2 ECI-2000-1100 and ECI-2000 -1101 rev.1.0 . . 4 GREEN SHLD (optional) .

JH2 BLACK (120V AC) Internal wiring. . 3 . 2 5V RED (CT) BURGESS . . . . (BLK) . . . (GRN) Ch.A 3 . MOTOR Index . . . (20V AC) (20V AC) 3 . 20-wire ribbon BLUE 4 . . . . . . . . DCAX/5608KS INDUCTIVE SENSOR . 4 Gnd . . J1 J4 J5 J8 J1 J4 J5 38 NC7 SHLD 0V COM7 24VR 10V DO18 COM3 BLACK 0VR BLACK DO4 NC5 A2 COM4 RED NO7 COM6 J3 NO5 RX COM2 NC6 L2AA J2 COM5 E DO7 L2B L1A L1A NO6 STOP COM1 DO3 A1 TX H_D1 DO17 J3 NO4 E DO10 H_D2 NO3 PHDT J2 PANA633 J6 1 2 J7 1 2 3 4 ENCODER 1 2 3 4 5 J6 1 2 3 4 5 Power switch 1 2 3 1 2 3 JH1 1 2 3 4 5

MICROCONTROLLER BOARD ECI-2000-1100 (top board) GROUND SCREW optional RS 232 cable extension part # ECI-2000-3058 car station DB 9 socket ELEVATOR CONTROLLER travelling cable door close command door open command door lock command door nudging command door stop command photo-eye triggered heavy door 1 heavy door 2 (GROUNDED to GND) 60 HZ door closed door open POWER STAGE BOARD ECI-2000-1101 or (bottom board) ECI-2000 DOOR OPERATOR door closed advanced limit 120V AC 500 VA Fig. 8.3.3 User interface. 1 8 1 9 1 5 1 5 1 5 GND ECI-2000-1101 rev. 1.0 Relay controller. Operating voltage 120 V AC. 39 J4 J5 J1 J8 J1 1 J4 COM5 NC5 TX NO5 L2A RX COM4 SHLD L1A DO3 0V NO4 10V COM3 NO5 DO17 NO3 COM2 DO3 H_D2 A2 H_D1 A1 DO17 PHDT STOP 0VR GND 24VR H_D2 L1A COM1 L2B H_D1 DO4 E DO18 E PHDT DO10 L1A DO7 L2AA STOP DO4 DO18 L2A DO10 GND #14 DO7 L2B Power switch

(machine room or top of the car location) The supply voltage is 120V AC, 60 Hz. (GROUNDED) door nudging command JH2 . . . . (top board) J5 (optional) Remarks: GROUND SCREW . . . ELEVATOR CONTROLLER 24-48V AC or DC car station . . . . 3. inputs travelling J6 . . . ECI-2000-1101 to 24V DC opto-coupled inputs. are used to send commands to the operator. heavy door 1 door open command JH1 . . . (bottom board) GND The door operator relays provide contacts which are conected advanced door closed limit 120V AC, 500VA . . . . 3 channels 120V AC or DC optional RS 232 cable extension . . . . MICROCONTROLLER BOARD 1. relay contacts or transistor outputs J7 DB 9 socket .

. . . All the commands outputs are placed in the elevator controller. 4. door stop command cable . . . . J1 These outputs could also be placed in the cat top controller. door closed heavy door 2 . . . . POWER BOARD coupled jumper 2-3 or removed: operator ready . . . ECI-2000-1100 24V DC ECI 2000 DOOR OPERATOR . part # ECI-2000-3058 . . . . . . . . . . Control circuit operating voltage is 24V DC. 2. door lock command J6 . . . . . 5. 60 HZ photo-eye triggered . . . . . . J8 jumper 1-2: door open . . . opto- 4 channels . . . . . JH1 . . . . In this example relay contacts or transistor outputs (I > 5 mA) door close command . . . . . . . FIG. 8.3.4. ECI-2000-1100 and ECI_2000-1101 printed circuit boar ds.

External connections. 40 COM6 H_D1 L2B H_D2 NO5 J3 DO18 STOP COM7 DO7 GND #14 PHDT E L1A DO17 DO3 NO6 NO4 L1A NO7 COM1 TX NO6 J5 STOP DO7 NO3 COM3 SHLD COM5 NC6 DO10 DO3 J4 DO4 L2AA COM2 NC5 L2A NC7 J2 L2A DO4 H_D1 A2 L1A A1 H_D2 10V J1 J2 E PHDT COM4 NO5 DO18 RX 0VR DO10 24VR J3 J4 0VR DO17 0V 0.01 uF 3K 1.6 W 560R Power switch jumper 1 2 3 12K 1.6 W PC844 optocoupler 7 10 8 9

(machine room or top of the car location) The supply voltage is 120V AC, 60 Hz. (GROUNDED) door nudging command . . . (top board) (optional) Remarks: GROUND SCREW . . ELEVATOR CONTROLLER 24-48V AC or DC car station . 3. inputs travelling J6 . ECI-2000-1101 rev. 1.0 to 24V DC opto-coupled inputs. are used to send commands to the operator. heavy door 1 door open command JH1 . . (bottom board) GND The door operator relays provide contacts which are conected advanced door closed limit 120V AC, 500VA . . . 3 channels 120V AC or DC optional RS 232 cable extension . . . MICROCONTROLLER BOARD 1. relay contacts or transistor outputs J7 DB 9 socket .

All the commands outputs are placed in the elevator controller. 4. door stop command cable . J1 These outputs could also be placed in the cat top controller. door closed heavy door 2 . POWER BOARD coupled jumper 2-3 or removed: operator ready . . ECI-2000-1100 24V DC ECI 2000 DOOR OPERATOR . part # ECI-2000-3058 . . . . . . . . . Control circuit operating voltage is 24V DC. 2. door lock command J6 . . . 5. 60 HZ photo-eye triggered . . J8 jumper 1-2: door open opto- 4 channels . . . . . JH1 . . In this example relay contacts or transistor outputs (I > 5 mA) door close command . . . . . . . FIG. 8.3.5. ECI-2000-1100 and ECI-2000-1101 rev.1.0 printed circuit boards. External connections.

41 J5 JH2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (J5 connector is optional) L2B DO18 E L1A DO17 DO3 NO4 COM1 TX COM3 SHLD COM5 COM2 NC5 DO4 H_D1 A2 L1A H_D2 E PHDT COM4 NO5 RX DO10 24VR 0VR 0V COM7 NC7 NC6 NO7 COM6 H_D2 J5 DO4 STOP DO10 0VR J4 PANA633 DO7 A1 10V NO6 J4 DO17 DO18 L2A STOP L2A L2AA NO6 L1A DO3 J1 GND #14 PHDT H_D1 NO5 DO7 NO3 NO5 J3 J3 J2 J2 0.01 uF 3K 1.6 W 560R Power switch jumper 1 2 3 PC844 optocoupler 7 10 8 9 12K 1.6 W

LINK TERMINATED ECI-2000 M0 MONITORING P0 PROGRAMMING E0 ERROR LOG U0 UTILITIES T0 TESTING VERSION 1.11 M1 DOOR SPEED P1 SPEEDS E1 ENCODER LOSS U1 UNIT SYSTEM T1 AUTOMATIC Legend: 430 mm/s 1220:58:06 METRIC "UP" / "DOWN" key M2 MOTOR CURRENT P2 PROFILE E2 OVERCURRENT U2 D/A CHANNEL T2 SETUP 0.54 A 1020:34:12 SPEED REF. "LEFT" / "RIGHT" key M3 CLOSE TIME P3 CURRENTS E3 OVERFLOW U3 PASSWORD 2.5 s 567:18:45 ACCESS DENIED "ENT" key M4 OPEN TIME P4 DISTANCES E4 NO FAULTS U4 NEW PASSWORD 1.9 s ACCESS DENIED "ESC" key M5 CLOSE CYCLES P5 DOOR DATA U5 CONTRAST 3450 ADJUST->ENT wrap around (LEFT / RIGHT key) M6 OPEN CYCLES P6 CONTROL 3456 wrap around (UP / DOWN key) M7 POSITION 45678 M8 DOOR WIDTH E30 NO FAULTS 1234 mm M9 SYSTEM TIME 1321:45:23 Hand-held unit. Menu level 0. M10 BUS VOLTAGE 240 V Navigation through the windows. M11 LEM VOLTS 2.5 2 V M12 SOFTWARE VERSION 1.00 M13 INPUTS 00000010 M14 INPUT PORT 00000111 M15 LED PORT 10000100 Fig. 8.4.1 Hand-held unit "menu level 0" tree. OUTPUTS 10100100 fig_8_4_1.xls Page 42 of 61

Hand-held unit. Menu level 1. Navigation through the windows. Clearing the log Changing unit system Selecting A/D channel Contrast adjustment Testing nudging speed Setup (window too dark) E0 ERROR LOG U0 UTILITIES U0 UTILITIES U0 UTILITIES T0 TESTING T0 TESTING E1 OVERCURRENT U1 UNIT SYSTEM U1 UNIT SYSTEM U5 CONTRAST T1 AUTOMATIC T1 AUTOMATIC 1217:34:05 METRIC METRIC ADJUST->ENT CLEAR LOG? U1 UNIT SYSTEM U2 D/A CHANNEL U5 CONTRAST T1A NORMAL T2 SETUP ESC=NO ENT=YES METRIC * SPEED REF. UP OR DOWN ENTRY->ENT LOG CLEARED U1 UNIT SYSTEM U2 D/A CHANNEL U5 CONTRAST T1B NUDGE T2 SETUP IMPERIAL * SPEED REF. * UP OR DOWN ENTRY->ENT < CLOSE OPEN > E1 NO FAULTS U1 UNIT SYSTEM U2 D/A CHANNEL U5 CONTRAST T1B NUDGE IMPERIAL MOTOR SPEED * UP OR DOWN < CLOSE OPEN > U2 D/A CHANNEL U5 CONTRAST T2 SETUP SPEED ERR. * UP OR DOWN < CLOSE OPEN > U2 D/A CHANNEL U0 UTILITIES T1B NUDGE T2 SETUP Entering correct password SPEED ERR. < CLOSE OPEN > U0 UTILITIES T1B NUDGE Entering incorrect password Changing password ENTRY->ENT U1 UNIT SYSTEM U0 UTILITIES U0 UTILITIES T1 AUTOMATIC METRIC U2 D/A CHANNEL U1 UNIT SYSTEM U5 CONTRAST MOTOR SPEED METRIC ADJUST->ENT Legend: "UP" key U3 PASSWORD U2 D/A CHANNEL U4 NEW PASSWORD ACCESS DENIED SPEED REF. ACCESS ENABLED "DOWN" key U3 PASSWORD U3 PASSWORD U4 NEW PASSWORD 9999 * ACCESS DENIED 9999 * "ENT" key U3 PASSWORD 9999 * "ESC" key U3 PASSWORD U4 NEW PASSWORD 4321 * 1234 * "UP" or "DOWN" or "LEFT" or "RIGHT" U3 PASSWORD U3 PASSWORD U4 NEW PASSWORD ACCESS ENABLED 7543 * ACCESS ENABLED Fig. 8.4.2 Hand-held unit "menu level 1" tree U3 PASSWORD ACCESS DENIED fig_8_4_2.xls Page 43 of 61

P1 SPEEDS P2 PROFILE P3 CURRENTS P4 DISTANCES P5 DOOR DATA P6 CONTROL P1A CLOSE SPEED P2A ACC. RATE P3A OVERCURRENT P4A FINAL CLOSE P5A DOOR MASS P6A IKP 380 mm/s 780 mm/s2 3.5 A 35 mm 220 kg 800 P1B HD1 SPEED P2B DEC. RATE P3B ACC. CRNT P4B FINAL OPEN P5B HD1 MASS PKB IKI 280 mm/s 800 mm/s2 3.20 A 18 mm 240 kg 40 P1C HD2 SPEED P2C FAST RATE P3C DEC. CRNT P4C ADV. DCL P5C HD2 MASS P6C VKP 220 mm/s 1200 mm/s2 3.20 A 100 mm 260 kg 30 P1D NUDGE SPEED P2D JERK RATE P3D OPEN CRNT P4D PREOPEN P6D VKI 150 mm/s 2000 mm/s3 1.40 A 25 mm 10 P1E CLOSE SLOW P3E CLOSE CRNT P6E VKD 50 mm/s 1.30 A 20 P1F SCAN SPEED P3F NUDGE CRNT P6F PKP 70 mm/s 0.85 A 50 P1G OPEN SPEED P3G HLD OP CRNT P6G SCL 550 mm/s 2.50 A 64 P1H OPEN SLOW P3H STALL CRNT P6H FER 50 mm/s 0.70 A 20 Hand-held unit. Menu level 1. P1J PL SPEED 60 mm/s Navigating the windows. Legend: "UP" / "DOWN" key "ESC" key "ENT" key wrap around (UP / DOWN key) Fig. 8.4.3 Hand-held unit "menu level 1 (cont.)" tree fig_8_4_3.xls Page 44 of 61

Hand-held unit. Menu level 2. Navigating through the windows. (P0 PROGRAMMING) Changing the nudging Changing the deceleration Changing the close Changing the final Checking door Changing the speed controlle speed rate current open distance weights (masses) proportional gain P1 SPEEDS P2 PROFILE P3 CURRENTS P4 DISTANCES P5 DOOR DATA P6 CONTROL P1A CLOSE SPEED P2A ACC. RATE P3A OVERCURRENT P4A FINAL CLOSE P5A DOOR MASS P6A IKP 380 mm/s 780 mm/s2 3.5 A 35 mm 195 kg 800 P1B HD1 SPEED P2A DEC. RATE P3B ACC. CRNT P4B FINAL OPEN P5B HD1 MASS P6B IKI 280 mm/s 780 mm/s2 3.20 A 15 mm 220 kg 45 P1C HD2 SPEED P2A DEC. RATE P3C DEC. CRNT P4B FINAL OPEN P5C HD2 MASS P6C VKP 200 mm/s 78 mm/s2 3.20 A 1 mm 255 kg 22 P1D NUDGE SPEED P3D OPEN CRNT P6C VKP 20 mm/s 1.45 A 2 P2A DEC. RATE P3E CLOSE CRNT P4B FINAL OPEN 85 mm/s2 1.32 A 2 mm P1D NUDGE SPEED P2A DEC. RATE P3E CLOSE CRNT P4B FINAL OPEN P6C VKP 15 mm/s 850 mm/s2 1.3 mm/s2 25 mm 3 P1D NUDGE SPEED P2A DEC. RATE P4B FINAL OPEN P6C VKP 150 mm/s 850 mm/s2 25 mm 35 P1D NUDGE SPEED P3E CLOSE CRNT P6C VKP 150 mm/s 1.1 mm/s2 Legend: 35 "UP" key P3E CLOSE CRNT 1.12 mm/s2 "DOWN" key P3E CLOSE CRNT 1.12 mm/s2 "ENT" key "ESC" key "UP" or "DOWN" or "LEFT" or "RIGHT" Fig. 8.4.4 Hand-held unit "menu level 2" tree fig_8_4_4.xls Page 45 of 61

from PANA633 TX cable ECI-2000-1101 power stage board 24 VDC to connector J2 pin 2 to connector J2 pin 20 socket: ELFH06210 header: 22-23-2021 plug: ELFP06210 plug: ELFP08210 plug: 22-01-3027 to connector J2 pin 18 socket: ELFH08210 17 V AC from PANA633 RX cable to elevator controller PANA633 connections: TX cable: TRG - "Trigger Output" - BLUE 24V - "DC Supply" - RED 0V - "0V" - ORANGE LINK - "LINK" - WHITE RX cable: TE - "Timeout Enable" - YELLOW 0V - "0V" - ORANGE LINK - "LINK" - WHITE Fig. 8.5.1 PANA633 connections for the ECI-2000-1101 power board. 46 to other circuits L1A E L2A E L2B L1A AC8 AC9 24V TRG 0V TE 0V LINK SPR 24VR 0VR 24VR CD9 0.1uF R11 1K2 D8 1N4007 4 2 3 U9 PC817 1 4 2 3 JH2 MOLEX header 1 2 J8 PCD 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 R13 360R J5 PCD 1 2 3 4 5 6 KC6 socket P2R-08P G2R-2-S-DC24 24V DC "SPARE" 8 1 D7 1N4007 R5 10R R6 10R BR1 DF01M FAIRCHILD RT1 RXE030 PTC RAYCHEM t D9 1N4007 C3 2200MF,35V + CD5 0.1uF DET SPR 0V AC8 AC9

ECI-2000-1101 rev. 1 .0 power stage board to other circuits 17 V AC PANA633 connections: TX cable: TRG - "Trigger Output" - BLUE 24V - "DC Supply" - RED 0V - "0V" - ORANGE LINK - "LINK" - WHITE RX cable: TE - "Timeout Enable" - YELLOW 0V - "0V" - ORANGE LINK - "LINK" - WHITE Fig. 8.5.2 PANA633 connections for the ECI-2000-1101 rev. 1.0 power board. 47 plug: ELFP08210 to elevator controller from PANA633 RX cable socket: ELFH08210 from PANA633 TX cable plug: ELFP07210 socket: ELFH07210 AC8 AC9 0V 0VR 24V TRG L1A E 0V L2A E L1A LINK PANA TE L2B 24VR R6 10R D9 1N4007 BR1 DF01M FAIRCHILD C3 2200MF,35V + CD5 0.1uF R5 10R RT1 RXE030 PTC RAYCHEM t D7 1N4007 KC6 socket P2R-08P G2R-2-S-DC24 24V DC "PANA633" 8 1 J8 PCD 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 J5 PCD 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 4 2 3 AC8 AC9

ECI2000TM05.doc 48 9. Spare part list. Contact Elevator Components Inc. to order parts or for technical help. 1237 Kamato Road Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L4W 2M2 Phone: 905-624-6565 Fax: 905-624-4262 9.1 Hand-held unit - ECI-2000-3050 (RS 232 cable included) 9.2 Door closed inductive sensor - ECI-2000-3056 9.3 Microcontroller unit - ECI-2000-3052 (ribbon cables included) 9.4 Power stage board - ECI-2000-3051 9.5 PM DC motor - ECI-2000-2058 9.6 EMI filter - ECI-2000-3055 9.7 Transformer - ECI-2000-3053 9.8 Encoder unit - ECI-2000-3054 (cable included)

ECI2000TM05.doc 49 10. Troubleshooting guide List of failure symptoms If no LEDs are lit on any of the boards, go to section 10.1. If only the LED on the power board is lit, go to section 10.2. If the LED on the power board is not lit, but some LEDs on the microcontroller board are lit, go to section 10.3. If the power board LED is lit and some LEDs on the microcontroller board are also lit, go to section 10.4. Static Electricity Warning! Before beginning work on the board assembly, discharge any static charge you may be carrying by touching any grounded object.

10.1. No LEDs are lit Problem: 120 V AC supply is not present. Solution: 10.1.1 Measure the supply voltage at its source (in the system control box). Check the position of the main switch. On the power board, measure voltage at the points indicated below: L1A (J8:2) and L2AA (J8:1). Expected voltage is 120V +/- 12V. If the voltage is not present, check the main switch and wiring of the supply section. L1A (J8:2) and both sides of the F1 fuse. Replace the fuse if required. Expected voltage is 120V +/- 12V.

Pins 1 and 2 of the Molex connector J6. If no voltage is present, check wiring for loose connections. Expected voltage is 120V +/- 12V. 10.1.2 If voltage is present, continue and measure voltage at the points indicated below Pins 1 and 4 of the Molex connector J7. Expected voltage is 170V +/- 12V. Pins 2 and 3 of the Molex connector J7. Expected voltage is 20V AC +/- 2V. If no voltage is present, the EMI filter or the transformer may have an open connection. Carefully measure the voltage in front of and behind the EMI filter. In order to check wiring, disconnect power at the main disconnect and wait at least 5 minutes to allow the capacitors to discharge.

ECI2000TM05.doc 50 If all the voltages measured as above are present then the board has an internal failure and the whole board assembly has to be replaced. 10.2. Only the LED on the power board is lit Problem: 120V AC or the power for the microcontroller is not present. Solution: Wait for 5 minutes and if the green LED on the power board starts to fade follow the procedure described in item 10.1, otherwise follow the procedure described in item 10.2. 10.2.1 Measure DC voltage between the ground stud and the F3 fuse. Expected voltage is 250 V DC +/-25V if the supply AC voltage is 120 V +/-12V. If the voltage is in this range, go to section 10.2.2. If the voltage is not in the required range, it may be helpful to follow the procedure described in section 10.1.

10.2.2 Measure the AC voltages on the microcontroller board between D18 anode and the points listed below: J6 : 2 16V +/-1.6V J6 : 3 0V J6 : 4 16V +/-1.6V Measure the AC voltage between pins 1 and 5 of J6. Expected value is 7.8V +/-0.8V. If the voltage is below the indicated values, switch the power off at the source and at the door operator and check the J6 connector and its wiring. If the wiring is correct and none of the LEDs is lit, the board has to be replaced. If the voltages are within the recommended ranges, proceed to the next step.

10.2.3 Measure the DC voltage at the points listed in the table. Connect the reference lead of your voltmeter to D18 anode (0V reference point). Measuring point Voltage D19 anode 15V +/-1V D19 cathode 19.6V +/-2V D21 anode 19.6V +/-2V D21 cathode -15V +/-1V D20 anode 9.2V +/-1V D18 cathode 5V +0.2V, -0.1V J5 pin 1 9.2V +/-1V If the voltages are out of the recommended ranges, replace the board. If the voltages are within their ranges, switch the power off, wait 5 minutes, and carefully examine the square sockets and of the integrated circuits. Re-socket the chips if necessary. Switch the power on and if the symptoms persist, replace the board assembly.

ECI2000TM05.doc 51 10.3. The LED on the power board is not lit but some LEDs on the microcontroller board are lit Refer to the tests described in item 10.1. If the board passes the tests, follow the procedure described below. Warning! High voltage is present on the power board. Do not attempt to remove the board with the power on. Wait at least 5 minutes after power shut down before removing the board from the assembly. Problems: a. faulty rectifier bridge in the U12 module b. faulty D14 LED, open R23 or R21, short-circuited D11 c. open TH1 inrush current limiter Solution: 10.3.1.Connect the reference lead of your voltmeter to the ground stud. Measure DC voltage at both sides of the F2 fuse. If the voltage is within 250V +/-25V on both sides, check D14, D11, R23, R21. If the voltage is present only at one side of the fuse, replace the F2 fuse. If the voltage is not present on either side of the F2 fuse check the TH1 thermistor.

10.4 The power board LED is lit and some LEDs on the microcontroller board are also lit Warning! Do not try to perform the setup after power-on reset, unless D16 orange LED is lit and D17 red LED is flashing or unless you are want to reset all the parameters in the eeprom memory. Troubleshoot the boards first and write down all parameters displayed under the PROGRAMMING menu, before you perform the setup. In such a case, you will always be able to set the parameters to their previous values. Some failures are mechanical in nature and therefore examine the belts, pulleys and all related equipment before running the door operator.

Remark: It is sometimes difficult to determine initially, if the failure is related to a malfunction of the door operator or to a malfunctioning elevator controller. In such a case, to isolate the door operator from the controller, toggle the "INSP" switch to ON and unplug the J1 connector. Problem: a. the boards have not passed the power-on self-test (D17 not flashing) b. the door operator has been shut down by its own error routine c. the input optocoupler section does not work properly d. the elevator controller does not send commands to the operator. Solution: 10.4.1 Check to see if the red LED (D17) is flashing at the rate of one second on and one second off. If it is flashing, go to item 10.4.2. If the LED is not flashing, the board did not pass the power-on self-test or the watchdog timer reset the board. In this case, refer to

ECI2000TM05.doc 52 chapter 7.1.1 of this manual. Find out which table is applicable in your case by checking the D16 orange LED. If D16 is on, use table 7.1.1 otherwise use table 7.1.2. In one particular case if D17, D16 and D14 are on, the self-test determined that some locations of the eeprom memory have been corrupted. You can reprogram these locations in the following way: a. switch the power off and slide switch 1 of the DIP1 switch to its opposite position. b. switch the power on. If the D17 LED starts flashing, switch the power off and move switch 1 of the DIP1 switch to its original position. Switch the power on again. If the eeprom memory has been reprogrammed correctly, the D17 LED will be flashing and the board will most likely be operational. After this action, you will have to perform the setup because the D16 orange LED is will be lit. Refer to chapter 3.2 or chapter 11 if you are not familiar with the setup procedure.

10.4.2. If the D17 LED is flashing, the board passed its power-on self-test. The communications channel is also operational. You may use the hand-held unit to troubleshoot the operator. We recommend the following general troubleshooting procedure, which has to be adapted to the conditions in the field when required. 10.4.2.1 Make sure that a barricade has been placed in front of the unpaid and paid side doors. 10.4.2.2 We recommend using the hand-held unit both for troubleshooting and adjustment. Door operator parameters may be easily changed with the hand- held unit.

10.4.2.3 The LEDs on the microcontroller board allow a troubleshooter to determine which input and output signals are active. Please refer to chapters 7.2 and 7.3 to become familiar with the door operator input and output signals. The table below describes the signals associated with the LEDs. The data in the table for the row of LEDs found along the micro board edge is valid only if the D17 red LED is flashing. (The row along the micro board edge) LED designation Colour Function D17 red system software is running D16 orange if ON, setup required if flashing, setup in progress if ON at the end of the setup end, setup complete D15 green forced slowdown (emergency slowdown) D14 green external stop command executed D13 green reduced speed command active D12 green internal stop command executed D11 green open command D10 green stop command

ECI2000TM05.doc 53 (The row along the opto-coupler sockets) LED designation Colour Function D7 green door closed sensor activated D3 green door closed relay activated D4 green door open relay activated D5 green advanced door closed relay activated D6 green main relay activated D8 green door operator ready D9 green photo eye input activated (The row along the ribbon cable header) LED designation Colour Function D36 orange power bridge active and powered up D37 orange as above D38 orange always off D39 orange dynamic braking power device ON (one IGBT of the U12 power module) 10.4.2.4 Use the table shown below to determine fault condition and then refer to the proper subsection of the troubleshooting guide.

Conditions Subsection number D36, D37 ON 10.4.3 D16 OFF D36, D37 OFF 10.4.4 D16 OFF 10.4.3 Set the INSP switch to ON. Unplug the J1 connector on the microcontroller board. Using the SW3 switch start the close or the open cycle and observe the operation of the motor and LEDs. The door operator may be running in the scan or automatic mode. If the motor is running, allow the door to reach the fully closed or the fully open position and check to see if the door closed limit or the door open limit relay has been energized. Complete both the close and the open cycles.

10.4.4 Use the hand-held unit to read the error log. Troubleshoot to page 26.

ECI2000TM05.doc 54 11.Electrical installation and quick setup Having finished mechanical installation, follow the procedure described in this chapter. Each door operator has to be set up in the field. The setup data are stored in a non-volatile memory and are later used in the scan mode after each power-up. During all the tests described in this chapter, the commands will be accepted from the switches located on the top board. 11.1. Check to see that the door operator enclosure is free of debris, dirt and wire clippings. Before trying to run the door, make sure that barricades are in front of the unpaid and paid doors to prevent patrons from entering the cubicle. 11.2. Verify that the power switch inside the door operator box is off. 11.3. Setup the inductive sensor first. Refer to drawing 8.1.2. 11.4. Connect all the wires. Refer to a job schematic. 11.5. Set the SW2 switches to ON and the SW1 and SW3 switches to OFF. 11.6. Manually move the door to its middle open position. 11.7. Set up the option switches. Refer to Appendix A. 11.8. Verify the position of the input voltage select jumpers. Use jumpers only for the 24V to 48V inputs .

11.9. Apply power with the power switch. After a short delay, the door operator will be initialized. The software has passed the self-test and is running, when the D17 red LED is flashing. If the D17 red LED is lit but is not flashing, refer chapters 7.1 and 10.4. Two green LEDs (D8, “ready” and D6, “main relay”) and two orange LEDs (D36, D37) have to be on. The orange LEDs indicate that the power stage has been enabled and is operational. Switch the SW1 switch to ON position. The orange LED (D16) will start flashing, indicating that the door operator is in the setup mode.

11.10. Start the closing cycle toggling SW3 to "close” (CL). If the door starts to move in the wrong direction, stop it, then switch the main power switch off and move DIP1 switch 3 to ON. Return to step 11.9. 11.11. Allow the door to stop and stall at its fully closed position. Wait until the “door close” limit LED is lit (D3), and then stop the door (SW3 to OFF). After completion of the closing cycle start the opening cycle. If no errors were encountered during the closing cycle, the program will permit the execution of the next setup step. 11.12. Start the opening cycle switching SW3 to OP (open). If the door does not move in response to SW3, an error was encountered during the closing cycle. If a hand-held unit is available, display the error log and then re-check the position of the door close limit.

ECI2000TM05.doc 55 With power on, check if the sensor LED and D7 LED are on. With power off, re-check the mechanical setup of the sensor. If the door starts to move in the open direction, wait until the door stops and stalls at the fully open position and D4 LED lights up. 11.13. If the setup is successful, the orange LED stops flashing. Switch both SW1 and SW3 switches to OFF. The orange LED will be switched off. If the setup has not been successful, the orange LED will continue to flash. In the latter case, the setup will have to be repeated.

During the setup, the software determines the width of the door and pre-loads parameters accordingly. 11.14. When the setup has been finished, run one full scan cycle. With the inspection switch in the ON position, run the door through close and open cycles using the SW3 switch. Watch for smooth, unobstructed operation at low speed (scan speed). 11.15. When the full scan cycle has been completed, run the full automatic cycle. The door will move at full speed chosen accordingly to the door width during the setup procedure. Observe the door close and open limit relays and their LEDs (D3, D4). 11.16. If changes to the standard setup parameters are required, refer to section 5.2.6.

ECI2000TM05.doc Appendix A. DIP switch settings. DIP1 1 3 4 RN8 O N Switch 1: Door type. ON- centre opening OFF- single slide or 2-speed Switch 2: ON - single point counter synchronization OFF- two point counter synchronization Switch 3: Door direction. Switch to match the direction of the door movement to the direction command. Switch 4: Software prior to ver. 1.11 PANA633 input enable OFF - PANA633 input inactive (PANA633 detector not used) ON - PANA633 input active (operates as PHD input) Switch 4: Software ver. 1.11 and later DOL relay logic reversal (for T-IV and TAC 50 controllers) OFF - DOL relay picks up within the door open zone (drops out otherwise) ON - DOL relay drops out within the door open zone (picks up otherwise) 56

ECI2000TM05.doc 57 Appendix B1. ECI 2000 door operator parameter list. (software version prior to version 1.11) Job number: Elevator number: Operator serial number: Door width: Door type: SS, CO, 2S ** Parameter name Setup defaults Date * Date: *** P1 SPEEDS: P1A CLOSE SPEED * P1B HD1 SPEED * P1C HD2 SPEED * P1D NUDGE SPEED * P1E CLOSE SLOW 51 mm/s P1F SCAN SPEED * P1G OPEN SPEED * P1H OPEN SLOW 51 mm/s P1J PL SPEED 51 mm/s P2 PROFILE: P2A ACC. RATE 680 mm/s2 P2B DEC. RATE 680 mm/s2 P2C FAST RATE 1017 mm/s2 P2D JERK RATE 3001 mm/s2 P3 CURRENTS: P3A OVERCURRENT 3.50 A P3B ACC. CRNT 2.00 A P3C DEC. CRNT 2.80 A P3D OPEN CRNT 1.40 A P3E CLOSE CRNT 1.40 A P3F NUDGE CRNT 0.90 A P3G HLD OP CRNT 0.50 A P3H STALL CRNT 0.73 A P4 DISTANCES: P4A CL. SLOW 35 mm P4B OP. SLOW 23 mm P4C ADV. DCL 46 mm P4D PREOPEN 23 mm P5 DOOR DATA: P5A DOOR MASS * P5B HD1 MASS * P5C HD2 MASS * P6 CONTROL: P6A IKP 700 P6B IKI 40 P6C VKP 22 P6D VKI 10 P6E VKD 20 P6F PKP 50 P6G SCL 64 P6H FER 25 * fill out these lines after the setup ** choose one (SS single slide, CO centre opening, 2S two-speed) *** fill out after final adjustment

ECI2000TM05.doc 58 Appendix B2. ECI 2000 door operator parameter list. (software version 1.11 and later) Job number: Elevator number: Operator serial number: Door width: Door type: SS, CO, 2S ** Parameter name Setup defaults Date * Date: *** P1 SPEEDS: P1A CLOSE SPEED * P1B HD1 SPEED * P1C HD2 SPEED * P1D NUDGE SPEED * P1E CLOSE SLOW 51 mm/s P1F SCAN SPEED * P1G OPEN SPEED * P1H OPEN SLOW 51 mm/s P1J PL SPEED 51 mm/s P2 PROFILE: P2A ACC. RATE 680 mm/s2 P2B DEC. RATE 680 mm/s2 P2C FAST RATE 1017 mm/s2 P2D JERK RATE 3001 mm/s2 P3 CURRENTS: P3A OVERCURRENT 3.50 A P3B ACC. CRNT 2.00 A P3C DEC. CRNT 2.80 A P3D OPEN CRNT 1.40 A P3E CLOSE CRNT 1.40 A P3F NUDGE CRNT 0.90 A P3G HLD OP CRNT 0.50 A P3H STALL CRNT 0.73 A P4 DISTANCES: P4A CL. SLOW 35 mm P4B OP. SLOW 23 mm P4C ADV. DCL 46 mm P4D PREOPEN 23 mm P5 DOOR DATA: P5A DOOR MASS * P5B HD1 MASS * P5C HD2 MASS * P6 CONTROL: P6A IKP 700 P6B IKI 40 P6C VKP 22 P6D VKI 10 P6E VKD 20 P6F PKP 50 P6G SCL 64 P6H FER 25 * fill out these lines after the setup ** choose one (SS single slide, CO centre opening, 2S two-speed) *** fill out after final adjustment

ECI2000TM05.doc Appendix C1. ECI-2000-1100 printed circuit board. 59

ECI2000TM05.doc Appendix C2. ECI-2000-1101 printed circuit board. 60

ECI2000TM05.doc Appendix C3. ECI-2000-1101 rev. 1.0 printed circuit board. 61

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