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STEP Class丨AS330 Escalator Integrated Drive Controller · Quick Commissioning Guide

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STEP Class丨AS330 Escalator Integrated Drive Controller · Quick Commissioning Guide

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  • Time of issue:2019-01-28 00:00
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1. Check before power on
 
1. Check whether the connection of each part is correct according to the instruction manual and the electrical schematic diagram.
2. Check whether the strong current part and the weak current part are related. Use a multimeter to check the resistance between different voltage circuits and the resistance to ground should be ∞.
① The three-phase ground of the input power line should be greater than 0.5 megohm. ② The three-phase ground of the
motor line should be greater than 0.5 megohm . must be excluded. 3. Please carefully check whether the power supply line of the control cabinet and the motor connection are correct. Avoid burning the integrated drive controller after power on. 4. Check whether the control cabinet casing, motor casing, and safety circuit grounding wire are reliably and safely grounded to ensure personal safety. Grounding inspection: (Please confirm that the following items need reliable grounding) ① The grounding of the control cabinet should not exceed 4 ohms ② The grounding of the motor should not exceed 4 ohms 2. Check after power-on 1. Turn on the main power switch. If the green light on the phase sequence relay KAP is on, it means the phase is correct. If the green light is off, turn off the main power supply, exchange any two phases of the main power supply and then turn on the power again. 2. Check whether the voltage at each terminal of the isolation transformer TCO in the control cabinet is within its nominal range. 3. On the premise that the above steps are correct, close the switching power supply control switch; the switching power supply TPB is powered on, and the main board is powered on at the same time. 3. Parameter setting  Common parameters of all-in-one machine F0* drive mode 0.0 full frequency conversion, 1 bypass frequency conversion star-delta, 2 bypass frequency only star-delta F1* leisure mode 0.0 no leisure, 1 only leisure half-speed, 2 Both leisure half speed and leisure stop F2 fire ladder 0.0 non-fire ladder, 1 upward evacuation, 2 downward evacuation



 


 



 

 



 

 




F3* Rated speed 500. 100-3000, 0.001m/s
F4* Inspection speed 300. 10-3000, 0.001m/s
F5* Leisure speed 150. 10-3000, 0.001m/s
F6 Ordinary additional brake release time 50 .0-1000, 0.1s
F7 Leisure motor torque limit 900. In leisure mode, if the motor torque exceeds the set value, it will protect
F8 star-delta conversion time 50. 5-500, 0.1s F9 fault beeping time 20. 0-10000, 0.1s fault F10 inspection beeping time
when the safety circuit is disconnected
0. 0-50,
0.1s F11 reverse entry alarm time 30.
10-1000, 0.1s F12* function open 0. 0-65535
Bit0: additional brake
Bit1: sticking reset
Bit2: refueling mode
Bit3: cancel high pressure safety circuit
Bit4: Low-speed over-current protection mode, default 0
Bit5: Whether there is a safety acquisition board
Bit6: Start the star angle for the first time (power on for the first time or stop the elevator for more than 6 hours)
Bit7: In high speed or leisure slow speed, the reverse photoelectric is invalid
Bit8: Direct delta start, no star-delta conversion
F13 Automatic refueling interval, 12 hours
F14 Single refueling time, 10 seconds
F15* Input type X0–X15, normally open/closed setting of main board input points
F16* Input type X16-X31, Normally open/normally closed setting of the main board input point
F18* input type TX0-TX15, normally open/normally closed setting of the input point of the safety acquisition board
F19* Input type TX16-TX31, normally open/normally closed setting of the input points of the safety acquisition board
F21 Single pull-in time for refueling 10 (unit: 0.1 second)
F22 Single release time for refueling: 20 (unit: 0.1 second)
F23 Co-direction turn leisure Time 100 (unit: 0.1 second)
F23 Reverse to idle time 100 (unit: 0.1 second)
F23 Leisure mode to idle stop time: 30 (unit: 0.1 second)
F201* Inverter drive mode 0
F202* Motor type 0.0 Asynchronous host, 1 Synchronous host
F203* motor rated power. According to the host nameplate
F204* motor rated current. According to the rated frequency of the motor on the main engine nameplate
F205*. According to the host nameplate
F206* motor rated speed. According to the host nameplate
F207* motor rated voltage 380
F208* motor pole number 4 (120 x host rated frequency host/rated speed)
F209* motor rated slip frequency 1.40
 
ES.11 safety monitoring board common parameter setting
F00* input type X0-15 , X13 is forced to be normally closed
F01* Input type X16-31 
F02* Rated speed 1, 500, 0.001m/s
F03* Rated speed 2, 500, 0.001m/s Usually not used
F04* Overhaul rated speed 300, 0.001m/s s
F05* Leisure slow speed 150, 0.001m/s
F06* The number of pulses per revolution is 65, the number of main drive gears
F07* The running distance per revolution is 2100, the circumference of the main drive is 0.001m
F08* step non-pulse distance 600, 0.001m two step signal distance
F09* handrail wheel circumference 300, 0.001m
F10* handrail wheel pulse number 2, 1-30
F11 speed measurement delay 5s
F12 low speed protection delay, generally do not change
Note: It is usually enough to set the parameters marked with *.
 
4. Inspection operation
 
1. Insert the inspection handle into the inspection socket of the control cabinet or the lower junction box.
2. The safety circuit works normally. Remember not to short-circuit the safety circuit.
3. The sensor is installed correctly and the wiring is normal. 4.
The operator checks the working status of the integrated machine and the safety monitoring board.
The set inspection speed is up (down) running.
If the slow car is going up or down, it is necessary to observe whether the running direction of the escalator is correct. If the direction is wrong, first check whether the wiring of the up and down buttons is correct; if the wiring is correct, modify the F234 motor phase sequence parameter (change 1 to 0).
6. When the escalator is running slowly up or down, it is necessary to observe the operating status of the safety monitoring board and the signal feedback of the sensor. When there is a fault, the safety monitoring board will forcibly cut off the safety circuit. At this time, check the fault of the safety monitoring board , and handle it according to the troubleshooting method.
 
6.1 Installation of the main driving wheel sensor
①Installation position
The center of the sensing surface of the phase A sensor is facing the center of the main driving wheel gear
The edge of the sensing surface of the phase B sensor is facing the center of the main driving wheel gear
 

 

② Detection distance: determined according to the sensor model, the two sensors should be at the same distance from the gear, and according to the selected model, the detection range is generally 2mm≤L≤6mm (determined according to the sensor model).
③ Precautions: If the installation position of the main drive wheel sensor is inaccurate, escalator underspeed 80%, overspeed 120%, escalator reverse, AB phase loss and other faults will often occur.
 
6.2 Installation of step missing sensor
① Installation position: The step missing sensor is installed in the upper and lower end stations. In order to meet the requirements of national standards, the manufacturer needs to determine the installation position according to the performance of the whole elevator. The detection point generally considers the requirements of the stop distance and the missing The requirement for the steps to be detected before turning out of the comb plate.
 


② Detection distance: determined according to the sensor model, the two sensors should be at the same distance from the gear, and according to the selected model, the detection range is generally 10mm≤L≤35mm (determined according to the sensor model).
③ Note: The safety monitoring board parameter F08 sets the step width to 1.2-1.5 times the actual step width.
 
6.3 Installation of handrail speed sensor
① Installation position: generally installed on the driving wheel side of the handrail in the lower machine room, one on the left and one on the left to detect the speed of the handrail respectively.

 


② Detection distance: determined according to the sensor model, the two sensors should be at the same distance from the gear, and according to the selected model, the detection range is generally 2mm≤L≤4mm (determined according to the sensor model).
③ Note: The running speed of the left and right handrails must be adjusted to be basically the same.
 
5. Express running
 
① Insert the inspection handle of the escalator, and insert the normal operation plug into the inspection socket.
② Check the all-in-one machine and the safety monitoring board through the handheld programmer to display "automatic", that is, enter the normal operation mode.
③ Give commands through the upper and lower key switches to make the escalator start running.
 
6. Common fault codes of all-in-one machine and their treatment
 
01 The contactor sticks (not pure frequency conversion). When the brake, star contactor, angle contactor uplink contactor and downlink contactor have no output, the adhesion detection still has a signal.
02 Frequency conversion contactor failure (non-pure frequency conversion). The input and output of the frequency conversion contactor are inconsistent.
03 Power frequency contactor failure (non-pure frequency conversion). The input and output of the power frequency contactor are inconsistent.
04 The brake switch is faulty. The brake switch output is inconsistent with the detection.
05 Safety circuit relay failure. Safety high voltage circuit and safety circuit relay are inconsistent.
06 Additional brake switch failure. The additional brake switch cannot be turned on.
07 Additional brake relay failure. The input and output of the additional brake relay are inconsistent.
08 Temperature fault. There is an input for temperature alarm.
10 Inverter communication failure. There is no communication between the main board and the inverter. Check whether the board is installed loosely and whether the power supply voltage is stable.
11 The drive chain is broken. Chain break switch action.
12 Oil level detection failure. Check that the oil cup is out of oil.
13 Entrance photoelectric damage. The load of the escalator is normal, but the photoelectric action at the entrance has not been detected.
14 Contactor brake fault (pure frequency conversion). The input and output of the brake contactor are inconsistent.
15 Outgoing contactor 1 failure (pure frequency conversion). The input and output of outlet contactor 1 are inconsistent.
16 Outgoing contactor 2 failure (pure frequency conversion). Line contactor 2 input and output are inconsistent.
17 Mode switching abnormally. The inspection and maintenance switch occurs automatically during operation.
69 Parameter is not initialized, please reset the control parameter
71 module overcurrent protection. Check the parameter setting of the main engine and whether the brake is reliably opened.
74 Braking unit failure. The external braking resistor circuit is short-circuited, check the wiring of the braking resistor
75 and the fuse is broken. Excessive current blows the fuse.
76 Output over torque. Check the input power supply, motor stall or severe load change to prevent motor stall.
78 DC bus overvoltage. Check the configuration and wiring of the braking resistor.
79 DC bus undervoltage. Check whether the three-phase input power is too low and whether the wiring is loose.
99 Input phase loss. The voltage on the input side is abnormal. Check the grid voltage.
102 Protective earthing. Wrong wiring, correct the wrong wiring, and perform a ground insulation test on the motor.
114 Charging relay failure. The charging relay is damaged or the three-phase input power voltage drops more than 30V instantaneously.
6000+I The i-th switch of the safety circuit is disconnected. Check safety loop wiring.
 
7. Common fault codes of the safety monitoring board and their solutions
 
31 The real-time clock is damaged. Check whether there is sundry on Y2 on the board, and then power on again after cleaning. If there is still a fault, please submit it to the manufacturer for handling.
32 Redundancy detection error. Check whether the 24V power supply is stable, and then power on again. If there is still, please submit to the manufacturer for processing.
33 Parameter CRC error. The parameters have not been set, please reset all the parameters, power off and on, if there are still faults, please submit to the manufacturer for processing.
34 Fault CRC error. Press the reset button and power on again.
35 Inappropriate parameter. Check whether the parameter settings are reasonable.
36 Mains voltage failure. Check whether the power supply voltage is 24V.
37 Safety relay failure. If the hardware is damaged, please submit it to the manufacturer for processing.
38 Overspeed exceeding 120%. Check whether the parameters are set correctly, check whether the escalator is overspeed, and check whether the X0 and X1 signals are normal.
39 Exceeding the speed limit by more than 140%. Check whether the parameters are set correctly, check whether the escalator is overspeed, and check whether the X0 and X1 signals are normal.
40 Underspeed below 80%. Check whether the parameters are set correctly, check whether the escalator is underspeed, and check whether the X0 and X1 signals are normal.
41 AB is oppositely connected. Check whether X0 and X1 are reversed, and check whether the installation position of the host speed switch is correct.
42 The speed is abnormally reduced. Check whether the speed of the elevator drops below the leisure speed when the main board is running and there is input, and check whether the signals of X0 and X1 are normal.
43 Drive chain broken. Check whether the chain break switch works, check whether the input signal of X15 and the normally open and normally closed settings of X15 are correct.
44 The parking brake distance is too large. Check whether the parking distance meets the national standard, and check whether the signals of X0 and X1 have jitter.
45 Additional brake failure. Check whether the input-output relationship of Y1, Y3 and X11, X12 is wrong.
46 Upper rung missing. Check if X2 works normally.
47 Lower rung missing. Check if X3 works normally.
48 Access panel missing.
① Check whether X10 or X18 and the corresponding switch are activated.
② Check whether the inspection cover switch works.
49 The inspection cover switch is faulty.
① Check whether X10 or X18 is inconsistent.
② Check whether the switch of the inspection cover operates.
50 Service brake does not open. Check whether the brake switch cannot be closed when parking.
51 The service brake does not engage. Check whether the brake switch can be opened when starting.
52 Left handrail underspeed.
① Check whether the speed switch of the left armrest is normal.                    
② Check whether the pulse number and circumference of the armrest wheel are set correctly.
53 Left handrail speeding. Check that the handrail wheel pulse count and circumference are set correctly.
54 Underspeed of the right handrail belt    
① Check whether the speed measuring switch of the right handrail is normal.
② Check whether the pulse number and circumference of the armrest wheel are set correctly.
55 Right handrail speeding. Check that the handrail wheel pulse count and circumference are set correctly.
56 Up and down and run inconsistent. Check whether the operation (X6) and the up and down input (X7, X8) are normal.
57 The car rolls when the elevator is stopped.
① Check whether X0 and X1, that is, the speed measuring switch of the main wheel, shake.
② Check whether the escalator is slipping.
58 The IOs of the two channels are inconsistent. Check whether there is any foreign object near the input port on the board (note that there is also on the back). After cleaning the board, power on again. If there is still a fault, please submit it to the manufacturer.
59 AB phase lacks phase. The host speed sensor A phase or B phase signal is lost.

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