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AC SERIES

SHAFT POSITIONING SYSTEM WITH


INCREMENTAL ENCODER

INSTALLATION
MANUAL

Version: 1.2

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SHAFT POSITIONING SYSTEM WITH INCREMENTAL ENCODER
AC series lift controllers accept incremental encoder pulses to calculate car position. ENI board
is the interface board to collect encoder pulse signals. The place (free socket) for ENI board is
on the right side of AC series main boards and shown by “ENI” label. Incremental encoder
application to calculate car position gives accuracy less than 1 mm. However it is a relative
system and must be reset in case of any power failure and calibrated during operation with
some reference points.

A) TYPES OF ENCODER SYSTEMS SUPPORTED BY AC SERIES

There are mainly three different systems for encoder implementation in AC series. They are:

1. Standalone shaft encoder system

2. Shaft encoder on the speed governor

3. Encoder simulation outputs of the inverter

A1) STANDALONE SHAFT ENCODER SYSTEM

In this system encoder and all mechanical parts


are separated from any other lift components.
The encoder is generally placed on top of the
car with a special stand which has some guiding
wheels. There is a wire or toothed belt along the
shaft. The encoder rotates when the car moves
and this rotation produces encoder signal. The
system with wire (left figure) can be used up to 1
m/sec. For higher speeds, the system with
toothed belt (right figure) must be used to avoid
any slip. A rotary incremental encoder with 100 ppr (pulses per revolution) with totem-pole
(complimentary) or open collector output and supply circuit of encoder is appropriate to connect
to AC series controllers. For this application floor selector parameter [A05] must be 3 or 6.

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a) ENCODER INSTALLATION

1. Place and fix two holders to the guide rails, one at the bottom (HB) and the other at the top
(HT) of the shaft as shown in the Figure 1 as M1. Be sure that the place of holders HB and
HT are outside of the travel range, namely the car will never reach these holders during
operation.
2. Connect one end of the wire/belt to the holder at top (HT) directly, as shown in Figure 1 as
M2.
3. Belt or wire is tensioned by the spring. Connect the other end of the wire/belt at the bottom
to the holder HB with the spring as shown in Figure 1 as M3. Adjust the spring tension to
100 cm length. Be sure that belt/wire never touches to car body along the shaft during
operation.
4. Fix the encoder stand ES on top of the car.
5. Place the belt/wire through the rotating wheels system as shown in Figure 1 as M4.
6. In order to make the electrical connections, first switch off the controller and then connect
the encoder cables as shown in Table 1. Please note that the color codes in the table are
valid for NEMICON brand encoder. Cable colors may change depending on the encoder
type.
7. After finishing the electrical connections, go directly to section B for setup of the encoder
system.

Table 1: Nemicon Encoder Terminal Configuration and Control Panel Connections


Color Function AC Series Control Panel Connections

Red Power Supply (+) 100 (+24V DC)

Black Com Common (-) GND 1000

Blue Signal A A- (ENI Board)

White Signal B B- (ENI Board)

Shield Earth PE Earth

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Figure 1 : Encoder Installation Reference

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A2) SHAFT ENCODER SYSTEM WITH SPEED GOVERNOR

In this system, encoder is placed on the shaft of the speed


governor. When the car moves, encoder rotates together with
the speed governor and sends pulses to the controller. Only
fixing the encoder on the shaft of the speed governor is
sufficient for mechanical installation. In order to make the
electrical connections, first switch off the controller and then
connect the encoder cables as shown in the Table 1. Please
note that the color codes in the table are valid for NEMICON
brand encoder. Cable colors may change depending on the
encoder type. After finishing the electrical connections of the
encoder to the controller, go directly to section B for setup of
the encoder system. For this application adjust floor selector
parameter [A05] as 3 or 6.

A3) SIMULATION OUTPUTS OF THE INVERTER

Most of the inverters employed in closed loop applications generate incremental encoder pulse
outputs. When these signals are connected to the inputs of the ENI interface board, then AC lift
controller can use these to calculate car position. This method is very easy to implement
because of no additional hardware is required. For this application, floor selector parameter
[A05] must be 3 or 6. In this case all motion control system depends on encoder pulses. The
magnets at floor levels are only for learning and calibrating purposes.

Table 2 : Inverter Simulation Outputs and Control Panel Connections


Color
Function AC Series Control Panel Connections
(Recommended)

Brown Reference 1000

Gray Signal A A+ (ENI Board)

White Signal B B+ (ENI Board)

Green Signal A’ (For Line Driver) A- (ENI Board)

Yellow Signal B’ (For Line Driver) B- (ENI Board)

Shield Earth PE Earth

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B) GENERAL INSTALLATION

B1) SHAFT INSTALLATION

1) Place KSR1 (817) shalter at the bottom of the shaft just a few centimeters below the point
where the car must switch high speed to the slow speed in downwards motion.

2) Place KSR2(818) shalter at the top of the shaft just a few centimeters above the point where
the car must switch high speed to the slow speed in upwards motion.

3) Fix a mono-stable magnet shalters with NO contact to the cartop.

4) Move the car in inspection mode to each floor except top and
bottom floors. Bring the car at exact level position. Then put a
short strip magnet (8 cm recommended) on the rail (or any other
holding system) in front of the MK shalter. Locate the strip
magnet in a way that the magnet shalter MK will stay just at the
middle of the strip magnet when the lift is at floor level position.
Carry on this process for each floor besides top and bottom
ones. The controller will take the middle point of the strip magnet
as the floor level reference point for the related floor.

5) Move the car in inspection mode to the top floor. Bring the car to
the exact level position. Then put a long strip magnet (30 cm
recommended) on the rail (or any other holding system) in front
of the MK shalter. Locate the strip magnet in a way that the
lower length of the strip from MK will be half of the short
magnets placed at between floors when the car stays at the
bottom floor level position. The controller will take the point at a
distance of half-length of the short magnet from the lower end of
the strip magnet as the floor level reference point for the related floor.

6) Move the car in inspection mode to the bottom floor. Bring the
car to the exact level position. Then put a long strip magnet (30
cm recommended) on the rail (or any other holding system) in
front of the MK shalter. Locate the strip magnet in a way that the
upper length of the strip from MK will be half of the short
magnets placed at between floors when the car stays at the
bottom floor level position. The controller will take the point at a
distance of half-length of the short magnet from the upper end
of the strip magnet as the floor level reference point for the related floor.

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7) Move lift in inspection mode and check that moving direction seen on AC controller LCD
screen and encoder direction must be the same. Upwards encoder pulse must increase and
in downwards it must decrease. If reverse, replace A and B signals with each other.

8) Encoder data signals are transmitted to control panel via flexible cable. Encoder lines on
flexible cable must be selected away from high voltage line such as cabin lamp, door supply
and safety circuit. And its shield must be earthed.

B2) PARAMETER SETTINGS

1) [A05] FLOOR SELECTOR

In order to use encoder as car position detecting device, the parameter specifying floor selector
must be changed as follows:

P1:MAIN PARAMETERS>

a) [A05]=03 INC.ENCODER

Standard incremental encoder selection. All motion control system depends on encoder pulses.
The magnets at floor levels are only for learning and calibrating purposes.

b) [A05]=06 INC.ENC.+SHALTER

Slow down paths are calculated and activated by using encoder pulses as above ([A05]=03) but
stopping at floor and relevelling processes read strip magnets instead of encoder pulses.

Inverter simulation output section described above has one drawback. When there is no motion
command to the inverter then the mechanical brake is on and the motor shaft cannot rotate. The
source of simulation output of the inverter is the encoder connected to the motor to measure the
speed. In case of any position change of the car during stopping state while the brake is on this
position change will not be converted by the inverter to encoder signals, namely no pulses are
generated. As a result the lift controller will not detect the motion. Therefore in lift applications
where relevelling is requested, this method can be used if the relevelling process is controlled
completely besides the encoder signals. This is also supported in AC series controllers when
floor selector parameter is set to 6 ([A05]=06 INC.ENC.+SHALTER). In this case, slow down
paths are calculated and activated by using encoder pulses as above ([A05]=03) but stopping at
floor and relevelling processes determined by reading strip magnets instead of encoder pulses.
So the lift controller can detect any slip of the car when the mechanical brake is ON, namely
when there is no motion.

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2) [B37] ENCODER RATIO

As simplicity, it is recommended to adjust 1 pulse corresponding to 1 mm. In applications where


a dedicated encoder is employed this can be achieved by using a 100 ppr incremental encoder
with a flywheel with 100 mm circumference. This method applies only if there is an encoder
system with all shaft materials dedicated to this purpose. But if encoder pulses of the machine
encoder (via inverter simulation outputs) or speed governor is used, then either pulse/revolution
or flywheel diameter cannot be changed. So it is very hard to achieve 1mm for 1 pulse.
However this can be achieved by processing the encoder data in controller. The controller
automatically divides encoder pulses received by ENI interface by the value in parameter [B37]
before using these in pulse counting to calculate car position. So by using parameter [B37]
encoders with high ppr can be used as floor selector in AC series.

The following examples in Table 3 may help to start with.

Table 3: Examples for Parameter [B37] Encoder Ratio


ENCODER RATIO PPR TRACTION TYPE
B37=1 100 - Standalone Encoder System
B37=3 1000 - Encoder in Speed Governor
B37=23 1024 GEAR Inverter Simulation Output
B37=3...5 {3,4,5} 2048 GEARLESS Inverter Simulation Output

There is a simple method to estimate encoder ratio.


• Set [B37] parameter ([B37] = 1)
• Make a lift travel for 1m in any direction.
• Take the difference of the pulses before travel and after travel.
• Divide the difference by 1000 (1m = 1000mm).
• Round the result to the nearest integer.

Example: Pulse before start: 3450


Pulse at stop: 6250
Difference : 6250 - 3450 = 2800
Division by 1000 : 2800 / 1000 = 2,8
Rounding to the nearest integer : 3
Select [B37] as 3.

Please note that if the travel distance is different than 1m then the division must be done by the
travel distance in mm.

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B3) [A18] TARGET DISTANCE

AC series lift controllers can work as distance based. This facility is especially useful in high
speed and short floor applications. Distance based operation also allows directly pass to slow
speed function and omits the necessity of intermediate speeds. (Distance based operation
works only when floor selector is selected as encoder)

Activate or deactivate target distance function by [A18] parameter:

[A18] = 0 Distance based operation OFF

[A18] = 1 Distance based operation ON

4) GENERAL PULSES

User should specify path lengths for every deceleration, stopping and relevelling type. These
paths are general for all floors. If they are adjusted and tested in one floor then these
adjustments are valid for all floors. As a result, if one path needs to be changed due to any
change in speed or comfort request, then changing the pulses of the related path in general
pulses will apply for all floors. These general pulses should be tested and confirmed before use
the lift. To edit general pulse data, follow:

M2-PARAMETERS>P4:FLR PARAMETERS>K7:GENERAL PULSE

All data in this table are in pulses. Please note that the corresponding distance for one encoder
pulse depends on pulse per revolution of the encoder (ppr) and the wheel diameter of the
encoder.
The items in general pulse section are as follows:

a) MKD Stopper: Stopping distance in low speed downwards. (Passive if [A05]=6)

b) MKU Stopper: Stopping distance in low speed upwards. (Passive if [A05]=6)

In electric lifts, if [A10]=0 (1 Stopper) then MKD is active for both upwards and downwards, and
MKU is not used. In hydraulic lift or in electric lifts with [A10]=1 (2 Stoppers) both MKD and
MKU are used. Please note that if [A05]=06, [A10] is always 0.

c) Deceleration 2: Slow down distance to floor.

d) Door Zone: The region in which the door is allowed to be opened. Outside this zone car is
accepted between floors and cabin door is always closed. (If ML1/ML2 not used)

e) Level Start: The limits of relevelling zone from floor level. If the car exceeds the limits of this
zone while waiting in landing, then relevelling will start. (Passive if [A05]=6)

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f) Level Stop: When the lift is in levelling motion and reaches the “levelling stop” distance from
floor level then relevelling motion will stop. (Passive if [A05]=6)

g) MK Length Up: The distance between lower end of the MK magnet and floor level. This
value is automatically calculated and written during autolearning procedure. Usually there is no
need to change this value. However in some cases there may be some disorder in magnetic
fields of the strip magnets or no uniform detection of the magnet shalter. In such a situation
either MK LENGTH UP or MK LENGTH DOWN can be changed (decreased or increased)
mutually or alone to create an offset to overcome unwanted magnetic field effect. The effect of
magnetic field of floor magnet in stopping is explained in detail in section B2. If the car exceeds
or lags floor level in both directions nearly by the same distance then you should correct this
situation by changing MKU STOPPER and MKD STOPPER parameters not MK LENGTH UP
and DOWN.

h) MK Length Down: The distance between upper end of the MK magnet and floor level. The
same arguments in MK LENGTH UP are also valid for this data.

Table 4 : Sample Distance Parameters

Slow Levelling Levelling Door


Speed MKD MKU MK MK
LIFT TYPE Down Start Stop Zone
m/s Pulse Pulse Down Up
Pulse Pulse Pulse Pulse
Two Speed 1 30 800 200 Auto Auto
VVVF
1 25 1400 200 Auto Auto
Open Loop
VVVF
Closed 1 20 1400 200 Auto Auto
Loop
Hydraulic 0.4 14 14 500 14 8 200 Auto Auto
Hydraulic 0.6 14 14 700 14 8 200 Auto Auto

* The data in this table are calculated as 1 pulse corresponds to 1 mm approximately. In case a
different pulse/distance ratio is selected than take the recommended values in the table as mm
unit.

** The data in this table are only a sample. The distances can be selected differently according
to the application.

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i) Deceleration 3 (Deceleration Path from 3rd Speed (High) to Slow Speed)

This parameter is used only in distance based operation. The data in this parameter specifies
the length of the deceleration path from 3rd speed to slow speed in pulses.

j) Deceleration 4 (Deceleration Path from 4th Speed (Ultra) to Slow Speed)

This parameter is used only in distance based operation. The data in this parameter specifies
the length of the deceleration path from 4th speed to slow speed in pulses.

k) Minimum Way 3rd Speed (Minimum Pulses for Start with 3rd Speed)

This parameter is used only in distance based operation. When the controller receives a new
call then it compares the distance to the target with the saved pulses in this parameter. If the
target distance is greater than the value in this parameter then the travel will be in 3rd speed
otherwise in 2nd speed.

l) Minimum Way 4th Speed (Minimum Pulses for Start with 4th Speed)

This parameter is used only in distance based operation. When the controller receives a new
call then it compares the distance to the target with the saved pulses in this parameter. If the
target distance is greater than the value in this parameter then the travel will be in 4th speed
otherwise in 3rd speed.

B3) FLOOR PULSES

When the parameters discussed in section B1 and general pulses in section B2 has been
adjusted then the lift is ready to run in normal operation provided that the FLOOR PULSES are
correct. Therefore the last step in encoder installation is entering the floor pulses to the AC
controller.

Each floor has a floor pulse indicating its distance from the base floor. Base floor, floor 0, has
always floor pulse 1000. In order to get the floor pulse of the next floor above 0, floor1, the car
must be moved upwards to the next floor level. The encoder data on the main screen is the floor
pulse of the floor 1. Similarly floor pulses of all floors above can be learned by travelling the
floors upwards one by one.

Since this method is hard and time consuming AC series offers an automatic learning function
of the shaft as described in section B4.
Be sure that all necessary adjustments in section B1 and B2 has been completed before
starting normal operation or autolearning process.

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B4) AUTOMATIC LEARNING OF SHAFT

Autolearning process is an operation which moves the car along the shaft to get floor level
positions to calculate and save floor parameters automatically. Since the car travel is managed
only by the controller during this operation, the limits of the shaft must be clearly defined. In
autolearning process top and bottom references are 817 (KSR1 input) and 818 (KSR2 input).
817 must be OPEN just below the starting point of the slowdown motion when approaching to
the base floor (floor 0) in fast speed (2nd speed) and it must be CLOSE everywhere in the shaft
above this point. Consequently 818 must be OPEN just above the starting point of the
slowdown motion when approaching to the top floor in fast speed (2nd speed) and it must be
CLOSE everywhere in the shaft below this point. These shalter must be adjusted correctly
before autolearning otherwise the car may over travel the shaft limits.

After completing all installation, connection and parameters settings, start auto-learning
process. In normal mode enter M2-PARAMETERS> P9-UTILITIES > RA>ENCODER SETUP
menu. Press ENTER button to start auto-learning.

1) The car comes to the bottom floor and stops. Then it travels upwards in fast speed till 818 is
OPEN and MK is CLOSE. During this travel floor pulses of all floors are saved.

2) Then it returns to bottom floor, stops and moves again one floor up. Be sure that the lift slows
down before reaching this floor (floor 1). The purpose of this travel is to measure the length of
the strip magnet at each floor. Read section B5 to get information on these topics.

When the car comes to the first floor after up travel the autolearning process is finished. An
approval message is shown on LCD screen for information. By pushing ENT button, all values
are stored in permanent memory. By pushing ENT again, lift gets a call for bottom floor and
moves there.

Auto-learning process assigns K6-FLOOR PULSES and K7-GENERAL PULSE >MK LENGTH
UP and DOWN parameters automatically. Bottom floor pulse value is assigned as 1000. All
pulse values can be changed manually for fine tuning.

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B5) EFFECTS OF MAGNETIC FIELD ON FLOOR MAGNETS

MK LENGTH UP and DOWN values are used in order


to have an information about magnetic field strength
and symmetry of the the floor magnets. MK LENGTH
values will be higher than actual length. This is
because magnetic field of magnet shalter detects a
magnet at about 20 mm. As an example 8 cm strip
floor magnet is shown in the figure has 4 cm long
magnets from level to each end. But due to detection
sensitivity of the magnet shalter the detected position
of the magnet is beyond the ends of the magnet. If the
detection distance of the shalter is 20mm (as in
KPM206 manufactured by Aybey) then MK LENGTHs
are about 40+20=60 mm. The usual value read by the
autolearning procedure is between 55-65 pulses where
1 pulse corresponds to 1 mm. These values may
change according to the magnet and magnet shalter used.

The main purpose of the presence of these parameters is to overcome any asymmetry in
magnets. This can happen easily by non-uniform shapes of strip magnets or different detection
sensitivities of the shalter in up and down sides. In this case adjust the data of MK LENGTHs. If
the the car does not reach the floor in one direction but stops at level in the other direction then
increase the data in this direction. For example if the car stays 1cm below floor level when
reaching from down then you should increase MK LENGTH UP by 10 (if 1mm=1pulse).
Similarly, if the car exceeds floor level 0,5 cm when approaching the level from up then you
should decrease MK LENGTH DOWN by 5 (if 1mm=1pulse).

Be aware of that these correction described in this section are only for the case where
asymmetrical results in stopping is detected which cannot be adjusted by general pulse
parameters except MK LENGTHs. Otherwise do not change these parameters. If the car
exceeds or lags floor level in both directions nearly by the same distance (pulse), then
you should correct this by changing MKU STOPPER and MKD STOPPER parameters not
MK LENGTHs.

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C) NORMAL OPERATION

After completing auto-learning procedure, register calls for all floors form cabin inside and check
all floor levels from up and down. Take notes about differences. There may be same amount of
difference for all floors only in one direction. This difference can be fixed by shifting strip magnet
of that floor. If there are differences for some floors, it can be adjusted by setting FLOOR
PULSE value for that floor. If there is leveling/relevelling function in your system, set
LEVELLING START and LEVELLING STOP parameters too.

D) FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Problem: Car stops at floor levels in one direction. But in other direction it always passes floor
levels about 8-10 mm.
Comment: Decrease 8-10 pulse K7-GENERAL PULSE >MK LENGTH with faulty direction.

Problem: Car passes floor level 5-6 mm at all floors.


Comment: Decrease K7-GENERAL PULSE >MKD STOPPER parameter 5-6 pulse. If it is a
Hydraulic lift or A11=1(2 Stopper) decrease also MKU STOPPER parameter 5-6 pulse.

Problem: Car stops at floor levels at all floors. But at top floor it stops 15 mm before.
Comment: Shift strip magnet of top floor up to 15 mm.

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FLOOR LEVEL MAGNET

E
H A H

C H A B FLOOR LEVEL
D
F

FLOOR LEVEL MAGNET


MOVING UPWARDS

G G

E
A
FLOOR C H
LEVEL C H A B
M1
M2
D
F F

E E
M1 M2
FLOOR LEVEL
SLOW
FAST

M1 : ACTUAL LENGHT OF STRIP MAGNET


M2 : MEASURED LENGHT OF STRIP MAGNET

AC SERIES ENCODER SYSTEM PARAMETERS


M2- PARAMETERS
P1- MAIN PARAMETERS > A05-FLOOR SELECTOR=2 or 6 (002:INC. ENCODER or 006:INC. ENCODER+SHALTER)
P9- UTILITIES > RA- ENCODER SETUP > ENCODER SHAFT LEARN
D D
P4- FLOOR SETTINGS
K6- FLOOR PULSE
FLOOR PULSE VALUE FOR EACH FLOOR IS AUTOMATICALLY SAVED DURING AUTO-LEARN AND CAN BE CHANGED MANUALY LATER.
K7- GENERAL PULSE
MKD STOPPER :
A STOPPER DISTANCE ( DOWN STOPPER FOR HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS OR THE SYSTEMS WITH A10=1 )
MKU STOPPER:
B UP STOPPER DISTANCE. (FOR HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS OR THE SYSTEMS WITH A10=1)
DECELERATION-2
C G THE DISTANCE TO FLOOR LEVEL WHERE THE LIFT PASSES FROM FAST TO SLOW SPEED BEFORE STOPPING C
DOOR ZONE
F DOOR OPEN ZONE. OUTSIDE THIS ZONE CAR IS ACCEPTED BETWEEN FLOORS AND CABIN DOOR IS CLOSED.
LEVELLING START
C LEVELLING/RELEVELLING STARTING DISTANCE ( DEPENDS A07)
LEVELLING STOP
H LEVELLING/RELEVELLING STOPPING DISTANCE
MK LENGHT UP :
D THE DISTANCE BETWEEN MK MAGNET AND FLOOR LEVEL IN UPWARDS
B
MK LENGHT DOWN : B
E THE DISTANCE BETWEEN MK MAGNET AND FLOOR LEVEL IN DOWNWARDS
DECELERATION-3 : (ACTIVE ONLY WHEN A11=1 AND A18=1)
I THE DISTANCE TO FLOOR LEVEL WHERE THE LIFT PASSES FROM HIGH TO SLOW SPEED BEFORE STOPPING
DECELERATION-4 : (ACTIVE ONLY WHEN A11=2 AND A18=1)
J THE DISTANCE TO FLOOR LEVEL WHERE THE LIFT PASSES FROM ULTRA TO SLOW SPEED BEFORE STOPPING
MINIMUM WAY-3 : (ACTIVE ONLY WHEN A11=1 AND A18=1)
K THE MIN. DISTANCE IN WHICH LIFT CAN REACH TO HIGH SPEED AND SLOW DOWN AND STOP.
MINIMUM WAY-4 : (ACTIVE ONLY WHEN A11=2 AND A18=1)
L THE MIN. DISTANCE IN WHICH LIFT CAN REACH TO ULTRA SPEED AND SLOW DOWN AND STOP. F/7.5.5.02.90
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ATTENTION This document is a sample for applications. All information contained in ENCODER SHAFT POSITIONING SYSTEM
WHEN A05=6 SELECTED MKD STOP, MKU STOP, LEVELLING these materials are subject to change by Aybey Elektronik without notice. DRW. M. AKKUŞ
SERIES AC
START, LEVELLING STOP PARAMETERS ARE NOT ACTIVE. Aybey Elektronik assumes no responsibility for any damage, liability, or AYBEY
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CONNECTION WITH OPEN COLLECTOR, PUSH PULL AND TOTEM POLE ENCODER OUTPUTS
100 100
24V DC
1000 1000
H H

(OPTIONAL)
150

100
1000

CSI
10AC

CNT
N/Mp

L1/R
L2/S
S41

L3/T
S44

CAN-1
CL
120
CH
ENCODER
130
(5-30V DC)
140
ACT&ACS&ACH supply (+) 5-30V DC
151 ground (-)
A- 0V (GND)
signal A
ENI A+ A
signal B
LCD (24V) B+ B
B- Z
G G

ESC ENT HXKL


REV/ INSP.

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O
NORM

LINE DRIVER ENCODER


F 100 100 F
24V DC
1000 1000

24V
(-) (+)
POWER Line
SUPPLY Load
(OPTIONAL)

150 (-) (+) Line Driver


100
1000

CSI

10AC
CNT
N/Mp

L2/S
L1/R
S41

L3/T
S44

CAN-1

120 CL 5V
CH ENCODER
130 (5V DC)
supply (+)
E +V (5V DC) E
140 ground (-)
0V (GND)
151 ACT&ACS&ACH A-
signal A'
signal A
A

ENI A+ A
signal B B
(5V) B+
signal B'
B- B
LCD
HXKL

REV/ INSP.
ESC ENT
I
D O D

NORM

INVERTER ENCODER SIMULATION OUTPUTS


100 100
24V DC
1000 1000

C C
(OPTIONAL)

150
100
1000

CSI

10AC
CNT
N/Mp

L2/S
L1/R
S41

L3/T
S44

CAN-1

CL
120
CH
LS (LG) STARVERT
130 iV5 INVERTER
140
GE
151
ACT & ACS A- PAO
ENI A+
GE
B (24V) B+ B
B- PBO
LCD
HXKL

REV/ INSP.
ESC ENT
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ENI BOARD WITH ENCODER CONNECTIONS
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(ENCODER SUPPLY 5V or 24V DC)
these materials are subject to change by Aybey Elektronik without notice.
SERIES AC DRW. M. AKKUŞ
Aybey Elektronik assumes no responsibility for any damage, liability, or AYBEY
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d1 : The distance between two magnets in case there is


not rail between them.
30cm d2 : The distance between magnet and magnetic shalter.
d2
H 4cm
COMPULSORY
7 d1 = min.100mm
H

TOP LIMIT M?
SWITCH d2 = 6-15 mm
KSR2 818 d1 d2
ML2
ML2
CAR ML1-2
AT TOP ML1
100 ML1 Rail
MK MK
1000

6 Magnet
G G
818 818/KSR2
$
817 817/KSR1
1000
USE MECHANICAL SHALTERS AS
5 817 (KSR1) AND 818(KSR2) LIMIT SWITCHES

BLACK SIDE OF MAGNET (NC)


F F
RED SIDE OF MAGNET (NO)

HU
HU

HD
SAFE ZONE LIMIT
4 1000
HD
FOR LEVELLING

Slowing Distance # : HU AND HD INPUTS ARE WORKING ONLY IF


in Up Direction PARAMETER A11 IS 1
E E
DECELERATION-2 $ : HU AND HD SWITCHES ARE LOCATED ONE
(K7-GENERAL PULSE)
FLOOR BEFORE THE TOP AND BASE FLOOR
Slowing Distance
in Down Direction
AYBEY KPM 206 MONO STABLE MAGNET SWITCH
4cm
3 Plase strip magnet in front of ML1 and
ML2 switches.
STATE
CONTACT

30cm
'N' POLE OF MAGNET
(30cm strip magnet)

D NO MAGNET D
30cm

'S' POLE OF MAGNET


(30cm strip magnet)
30cm 8cm 2 NO MAGNET

'N' POLE OF MAGNET 8cm


(Strip magnet)

C
$ NO MAGNET
C
'S' POLE OF MAGNET 8cm
FOR AUTOMATIC (Strip magnet)
DOOR OPEN 15cm 30cm ML2
ZONE LIMIT
(K7-GENERAL PALS) 15cm
1 ML2
ML1
CAR
AT BOTTOM
100 ML1
MK
KSR1 817
1000 MK
B COMPULSORY B
BOTTOM LIMIT
ML1 and ML2 Floor level sensors that detect the unlocking
SWITCH zone must comply with EN 81-1, EN81-2 article14.1.2.5
4cm
15cm
0 WARNING !!!
30cm If parameter A17-UCM CONTROL : 4 then locate ML1 and ML2
818
817

ML2 shalters appropriate with schematics.


If parameter A17-UCM CONTROL : 3 and preopening door and
ML2
ML1

ML1
HU
HD

relevelling functions are disabled then do not use ML1 and ML2 shalters.
MK
ML1, ML2 AND MK ARE PLACED ON CARTOP FOR HIGHER (PRM A05 = 003)
#
MK

NUMBER OF STOPS THE MAP REPEATS ITSELF. F/7.5.5.02.90


A A
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these materials are subject to change by Aybey Elektronik without notice. (WITHOUT MKU-MKD SHALTER)
ML1-ML2 :SAFE ZONE LIMIT SERIES AC DRW. M. AKKUŞ
SENSOR FOR OPEN DOOR Aybey Elektronik assumes no responsibility for any damage, liability, or AYBEY
other loss rising from these inaccuracies or errors. PROJ. AC161 APPRV. M. AYBEY
LEVELLING ELEKTRONİK
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d1 : The distance between two magnets in case there is


not rail between them.
d2 : The distance between magnet and magnetic shalter.
5 d2
H H
COMPULSORY d1 = min.100mm
TOP LIMIT
SWITCH
d2 = 6-15 mm M?
KSR2 818 d2
ML2 d1
ML2
CAR MKD
ML1 MKD
AT TOP 100 ML1
Rail
MKU MKU
1000

Magnet
G G
UP STOPPER
818 818/KSR2
MAGNET
DOWN STOPPER
MAGNET
4
817 817/KSR1
1000
USE MECHANICAL SWITCHES
$ AS 817 (KSR1) AND 818(KSR2) LIMIT SWITCHES
BLACK SIDE OF MAGNET (NC)

RED SIDE OF MAGNET (NO)


F F
HU
HU
Stopping Distance 2cm 8cm HD
in Down Direction
Stopping Distance 8cm 2cm
3 1000
HD
in Up Direction
Slowing Distance # : HU AND HD INPUTS ARE WORKING ONLY IF
in Up Direction
PARAMETER A11 IS 1

DECELERATION-2 $ : HU AND HD SWITCHES ARE LOCATED ONE FLOOR


(K7:GENERAL PULSE) BEFORE THE TOP AND BASE FLOOR
E E
DECELERATION-2 AYBEY KPM 206 MONO STABLE MAGNET SWITCH
(K7:GENERAL PULSE)
Plase strip magnet in front of ML1 and CONTACT
Slowing Distance ML2 switches. STATE
in Down Direction

30cm
MAGNET 'N' POLE
SAFE ZONE LIMIT (Strip Magnet)
FOR RELEVELLING 2
NO MAGNET

MAGNET 'S' POLE 30cm


D D
(Strip Magnet)

ML2
$ ML2
ML1
15cm
FOR AUTOMATIC 30cm 10cm 100 ML1
DOOR OPEN
ZONE LIMIT 10cm
1 ML1 and ML2 Floor level sensors that detect the
unlocking zone must comply with EN81-1 and
C EN81-2 article14.1.2.5 C

CONTACT
CAR STATE
10cm

AT BOTTOM MAGNET 'N' POLE


(Strip Magnet)

KSR1 817 NO MAGNET


COMPULSORY
10cm

BOTTOM LIMIT MAGNET 'S' POLE


SWITCH (Strip Magnet)
MKU
30cm 10cm
MKU
B

15cm 10cm 0 B

MKD
1000 MKD
HU
HD

ML2
MKD MKU
817
818

ML1
MKU STOPPER
MKD STOPPER
ML2

#
ML1

ML1, ML2, MKU AND MKD ARE PLACED ON CARTOP. (PRM A05 = 006)
UP
DOWN

FOR HIGHER NUMBER OF STOPS, THE MAP REPEATS F/7.5.5.02.90


A
SAFE ZONE LIMIT A
SENSOR FOR OPEN ENCODER SYSTEM MAGNET LOCATION MAP
This document is a sample for applications. All information contained in (WITH MKU-MKD SHALTER)
DOOR LEVELLING these materials are subject to change by Aybey Elektronik without notice. DRW. M. AKKUŞ
AND RELEVELLING. Aybey Elektronik assumes no responsibility for any damage, liability, or AYBEY SERIES AC
PROJ. AC195 APPRV. M. AYBEY
other loss rising from these inaccuracies or errors. ELEKTRONİK 00
REV. DATE 28 JUL 13
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