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Operating Manual Compact Gearless ® SC400

ThyssenKrupp Operating Manual Compact Gearless ® SC400 A company o f ThyssenKrupp Elevator ThyssenKrupp Aufzugswerke

A company of ThyssenKrupp Elevator

ThyssenKrupp Aufzugswerke

ThyssenKrupp Operating Manual Compact Gearless ® SC400 A company o f ThyssenKrupp Elevator ThyssenKrupp Aufzugswerke

OPERATING MANUAL

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Printed in Germany, July 2005 The right of reprint or reproduction, even in the case of only partly exploitation, is subject to express, written permission of THYSSENKRUPP AUFZUGSWERKE GmbH. Any reproduction, copying or storing in data processing machines in any form or by any means without prior permission of THYSSENKRUPP AUFZUGSWERKE GmbH is regarded as infringement of the current Copyright Act and will be prosecuted. Technical modifications for reasons of improvement of the Compact gearless ® SC400 for reasons of improving the safety standard are subject to decisions of THYSSENKRUPP AUFZUGSWERKE GmbH without prior notice.

The responsibility for the content lies with the editor:

THYSSENKRUPP AUFZUGSWERKE GmbH

Preface

We are pleased that you decided to purchase a quality product from THYSSENKRUPP Aufzugswerke GmbH. This operating manual assists you in getting familiar with the drive for moving cars – Compact gearless ® SC400 - which is referred to as SC400 below – and with its intended possibilities of use. Important information concerning safety and hazards help you to safely use the SC400 as intended. SC400 is subject to technical alterations.

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Table of contents

Compact gearless ® SC400

1. Safety

PAGE

1.1 Explanation of symbols used

6

1.2 General safety information

7

1.3 Emergency operation „release after safety gear operation“

10

2. Transport and storage

12

3. Product description

3.1 Description of Compact gearless SC400

14

3.2 Functional description

15

3.3 Technical data

18

3.4 Dimensions

21

3.4.1

Brake arrangement dependent on direction of rope departure

22

3.5 Motor data Compact gearless SC400 S and M

23

3.5.1 Motor data (without regen., 1:1 suspension)

23

3.5.2 Motor data (with regen., 1:1 suspension)

24

3.5.3 Motor data (without regen., 2:1 suspension)

25

3.5.4 Motor data (with regen., 2:1 suspension)

27

3.6 Nameplate of Compact gearless SC400

29

3.7 Lubrication of Compact gearless SC400

31

3.8 Pulse encoder

33

3.9 Details on connection of motor

33

3.10 Terminal diagrams Compact gearless

34

3.11 Machine frame

36

4. Mounting of machine in machine room

4.1 Installation

39

4.1.1 Installation of machine frame

39

4.1.2 Installation of machine on frame

39

4.1.3 Isolation

40

4.1.4 Alignment of machine and frame

41

4.2 Key to abbreviated designations

42

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5. Putting into service

43

6. Servicing

44

7. Maintenance

7.1 Exchange of caliper disk brake

45

7.2 Test of brake test switches

48

7.3 Test of braking deceleration

48

7.4 Exchange of traction sheave

50

7.5 Exchange of pulse encoder

52

7.6 Exchange of separate ventilation

54

8. Annex

8.1 Tightening torque – Strength

55

8.2 Additional parts

57

8.3 Manufacturer's instructions - pulse encoder

60

8.4 Manufacturer's declaration - brake

65

8.5 Declaration of conformity - brake

66

8.6 Type test certificate

67

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1. SAFETY

1.1 Explanation of symbols used

The following pictographs and designations are used in this operating manual:

and designations are used in this operating manual: Danger This symbol draws attention to an extreme

Danger

This symbol draws attention to an extreme danger to life or risk of injury to persons. Disregard of warning means danger to life!

Danger This symbol draws attention to an immediate impending danger to life or ri sk of This symbol draws attention to an immediate impending danger to life or risk of injury to persons caused by electric current. Warning notices must always be observed!

Warning

This symbol draws attention to an impending danger. Disregard can cause injury to persons or extensive damage to property. Warning notices must always be observed! damage to property. Warning notices must always be observed!

to property. Warning notices must always be observed! Note This symbol draws attention to important information

Note

This symbol draws attention to important information and instructions for operation. Disregard can lead to damages, hazards or failures.

Inspection

This symbol draws attention to inspection sequence. These inspection notices must be observed in any case. Disregard can lead to injury to persons or damage to property.

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1.2 General safety information

M ANUAL 1. S AFETY 1.2 General safety information Information about the operating manual Knowledge of
M ANUAL 1. S AFETY 1.2 General safety information Information about the operating manual Knowledge of

Information about the operating manual

Knowledge of the basic safety requirements is a prerequisite for the safe use and the failure-free operation of this component. This operating manual comprises the most important information how to safely use the component. The operating manual and, in particular, the safety information must be observed by all persons who perform any work on the component. In addition the rules and requirements concerning the regulations for prevention of accidents which apply to the installation location must be observed.

Duties of the owner and / or installer

The owner and / or the installer ensure that only persons are authorized to work at the component, who

are familiar with the requirements concerning safe working and prevention of accidents and who were trained how to use the component;

have read the safety information and warning notices in this operating manual. Note: check the compliance of the employees method of working with the safety requirements in regular intervals.

Duties of the employees

Persons who are authorized to perform work at the component are obliged

to observe the requirements concerning safe working and prevention of accidents;

to read the safety information and the warning notices in this operating manual prior to start working.

Training of the employees

Only trained and instructed, technically competent persons shall perform work at the component. The competence of the employees must be clearly defined for all tasks concerning putting into service, operation, maintenance and repair work.

Organizational measures

The owner or the installer must provide the necessary personal protective gear. All existing safety devices must be checked regularly in accordance with the maintenance plan.

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O PERATING M ANUAL 1. S AFETY Informal information about safety measures • The operating manual
O PERATING M ANUAL 1. S AFETY Informal information about safety measures • The operating manual

Informal information about safety measures

The operating manual must always be available at the location of the installation.

In addition to the operating manual the general and local regulations for the prevention of accidents and environmental regulations must be made available and observed.

Clearly and easily visible statutory safety instructions must be made available for the users.

See to it that all information concerning safety and hazards is always visibly and legibly made available on the machine.

Use as intended

SC400 is designed in accordance with the state of the art and the approved safety regulations. SC400 shall only

be used as intended and

be used only if safe operation is ensured.

SC400 shall exclusively be used as drive of lifts. Any other use or any use exceeding the scope of the above definitions is regarded as use outside of the intended purpose. THYSSENKRUPP AUFZUGSWERKE cannot be hold liable for any damages resulting from this and for any damages which are caused by any errors of procedure. Use within the scope of its intended purpose also comprises

observance of all information of the operating manual

fulfillment of the instructions applying to putting into service, installation description and inspection and repair work.

Guarantee and liability

The „General Conditions and Terms of Sale“ of THYSSENKRUPP AUFZUGSWERKE GmbH apply generally. Any claims for guarantee and liability are excluded in the case of injury to persons or damage to property resulting from one or several of the causes below:

use of SC400 outside the scope of its intended purpose

inexpert mounting, putting into service, operating and maintaining of

SC400

operating the SC400 with defective and/or non-operative safety and protective devices

disregard of instructions of operating manual that apply to transportation, storage, mounting, putting into service, operating and maintaining of

SC400

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unauthorized constructional modifications of SC400

unauthorized modification of drive (rating etc.)

unsatisfactory supervision of parts which are subject to wear

inexpert repair work

catastrophes caused by outside influence and Act of God.

Constructional modifications of machine SC400catastrophes caused by outside influence and Act of God. SC400 is adjusted at the factor y

SC400 is adjusted at the factory and delivered ready for work. In the case of any modifications of the machine THYSSENKRUPP AUFZUGSWERKE GmbH cannot be hold liable.

THYSSENKRUPP AUFZUGSWERKE GmbH cannot be hold liable. Use of SC400 and possible hazards SC400 shall only

Use of SC400 and possible hazards

SC400 shall only be operated in a closed machine room with cover and rope guard mounted on the traction sheave. Prior to starting any works, the drive must be disconnected from power supply and the installation secured against unintentional switching on.

See to it that the necessary safety distance to all revolving parts (marked yellow) is observed by persons working in the machine room. Inexpert handling can cause danger to life for the user or third parties resp. impairment of the component or material property. Failures which possibly impair the correct functioning are to be eliminated immediately.

General warnings for works at electrical components

Never perform any works at devices, components or cables with the power voltage switched on! After switching the installation off, it must be protected against unintentional switching on! installation off, it must be protected against unintentional Attention must be drawn to the fact that Attention must be drawn to the fact that discharge voltage is still present in uninsulated wires and current-carrying parts! After removing the fuse, electronics and other components are still energized. Therefore, it is necessary to wait 5 minutes or until the intermediate voltage decreased to discharge voltage of less than 60 V prior to start working on the device! An instrument can be used for testing.

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1.3 Emergency operation "release after safety gear operation"

Attention: emergency operation must be carried out by two persons! During safety gear operation on car emergency operation must be carried out by two persons! During safety gear operation on car or counterweight side, the traction of the traction sheave may be insufficient for moving the car, the ropes may slip.

The following measures are necessary:

Disconnect drive and control.

Remove traction sheave cover above traction sheave.

Lower hydraulic jack and place in location hole of machine frame on side where the car will be pulled up.

Screw-connect pressure arm at traction sheave face. See to it that the arm is in vertical position. (See fig. 2)

Hang blocking clamp in drilled holes at brake disk (fig. 1, pos. 4) and screw in threads of traction sheave (see fig. 1, pos. 5).

Tighten pressure screws and clamp ropes by means of thrust piece (fig. 1, pos. 3).

Carefully operate the two brake release levers and the disk brakes will release. Push the lever upwards and downwards into desired direction until the grip wedge is released. (See to it that the drain valve is closed and the setbolt of the pressure arm rests in the groove at the lever piston end).

After the car is pulled up, remove the blocking clamp and install the rope fixing bracket and the traction sheave cover in accordance with the instructions.

Fig. 1

1

2

3

4

cover in accordance with the instructions. Fig. 1 1 2 3 4 1 Traction sheave 2

1

Traction sheave

2

Disk brake

3

Pressure screws

4

Drilled hole

5

Fastening screws

5

Note: if the path of the hydr aulic jack or the traction sheave is insufficient for if the path of the hydraulic jack or the traction sheave is insufficient for releasing the car, it shall be maintained in its position by fixing the rope clamp. The rope clamp shall be fixed at the ropes in the machine frame recess. See fig. 22. Open the valve and lower the hydraulic lever until the pressure arm is on the next fastening thread of the traction sheave face above the hydraulic jack.

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Lower blocking clamp, if the path is insufficient. Tighten pressure screws and clamp ropes. Loosen rope clamp and repeat (move car in opposite run direction) until the car is released.

See to it that the rope clamp does not clamp the ropes when the car is being pulled up. The brakes must be manually released while the lever is pushed upwards and downwards. After releasing the car, remove clamps, release lever and lifting devices and mount rope fixing beam and traction sheave covers as shown in the instructions.

Attention: prior to restoring the lift to serv ice, make sure that the cause of the prior to restoring the lift to service, make sure that the cause of the failure is eliminated and check lift for correct functioning.

How to mount the jack on the traction sheave

1

2

3

2

1

Fig. 2 9 8
Fig. 2
9
8

1

Brake release lever

2

Disk brake

3

Blocking clamp

4

Screw

5

Pressure arm

6

Hydraulic lever

7

Machine frame

8

Location hole

9

Lever

4

5

6

7

Note: for further illustrations of above-mentioned accessory tools see chapter 8.2 Additional parts. for further illustrations of above-mentioned accessory tools see chapter 8.2 Additional parts.

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2. TRANSPORT AND STORAGE

2. Transport and storage

Packing:

The SC400 is delivered:

a) provided with an anti-tilting support, screwed on a wooden pallet and wrapped in foil.

b) with machine frame wrapped in foil (optionally). The wooden wedges screwed below the machine frame as transport contrivances are to be removed prior to installing the machine on site.

are to be removed prior to installing the machine on site. Transport: Machine and frame must

Transport:

Machine and frame must be perfectly horizontal and the safety precautions observed.

Transport by fork lift:

The forks must be of proper length to prevent the machine from tilting.

See to it that the forks are attached to the frame or transport pallet and not to the machine.

Pay attention to projecting parts! There is the risk of injury to persons or damage!

Transport by crane:

Do not stay below suspended loads!

Machine and frame are to be transported as component parts!

Fasten machine at eyebolts.

Fasten machine frame at the 4 corner holes using transport chains or ropes. The machine must be perfectly horizontal!

Remove transport aids after transport.

Note the pictographs on the packing or other noticeable places.

Top Handle with care Keep dry Do not expose to heat Do not use handheld
Top Handle with care Keep dry Do not expose to heat Do not use handheld
Top Handle with care Keep dry Do not expose to heat Do not use handheld

Top

Handle with care

Keep dry

Top Handle with care Keep dry Do not expose to heat Do not use handheld grippers
Top Handle with care Keep dry Do not expose to heat Do not use handheld grippers

Do not expose to heat

Do not use handheld grippers

Fasten here

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Dimensions and weight

The weight is indicated on a sticker on the packing of the machine. For dimensions see delivery note. For rough data see chapter 3.3 Technical data, or chapter 3.11 (machine mounted on frame)

Examination by customer on receiptTechnical data, or chapter 3.11 (machine mounted on frame) Examine the delivered parts for comp leteness,

Examine the delivered parts for completeness, damage or anything strange.

Report and document transport damage

After receipt of goods, make sure that there is no damage caused during transport.

Informationmake sure that there is no damage caused during transport. • Immediately document the dam age

Immediately document the damage noticed (drawing, photograph, description of damage).

Immediately send the respective documents to THYSSENKRUPP AUFZUGSWERKE GmbH.

Unpacking

Informationdocuments to THYSSENKRUPP AUFZUGSWERKE GmbH. Unpacking • Dispose packing material in accordance with the

Dispose packing material in accordance with the environmental standards or make it available for further use.

Special transport aids and transport contrivances remain at the customer.

Intermediate storage

If the component is not installed directly after delivery, it should be stored in dry places and protected with humidity-proof covering.

Do not store the component in the open air. Parts without surface coating lack long-time preservation.

Environmental conditions

Informationlack long-time preservation. Environmental conditions Surrounding at the final place of loca tion (humidity,

Surrounding at the final place of location (humidity, temperature) shall comply with the requirements for machine rooms set out in the Lift Directive EN81 (between +5°C and +40°C). Relative humidity of air shall not exceed 70%.

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3. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

3.1 Description of Compact gearless SC 400

6

7

8

5 4 3 2 1 Fig. 3
5
4
3
2
1
Fig. 3

9

10

5

11

12

6

13

14

Front side of SC400 shown without rope guard and cover

SC400 consists of:

Pos.

Designation

Pos.

Designation

1

Fastening thread 1)

8

Motor terminal box

2

Hexagon socket screw 2)

9

Brake disk

3

Thread hole

10

Motor housing

4

Disk 2)

11

Motor fan

5

Disk brake

12

Brake release bolt

6

Brake connection

13

Traction sheave

7

Hole for blocking clamp

14

Mounting hole

1) Mounting of handwinding wheel or lifting device 2) Fastening of traction sheave

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Variants

SC400 is available in the following designs:

1. elevator speeds from 1.6 to 4.0 m/s. See chapter 3.5

2. electrical rating for sinusoidal regeneration feedback or braking operation through resistors

3. different groove profiles and number of traction sheave ropes

4. different machine frames dependent on suspension and ASL measure (parallel distance of ropes at rope departure)

5. safety-relevant additional parts

3.2 Functional description

Machine: SC400 has a frequency-controlled, permanent-magnet synchronous motor of constructional size IM B3 (EN 60034-7).

SC400 has two different output ranges which are differentiated by the letter behind the type designation:

SC400S (small) = lower, SC400 M (medium) = higher output range. However, the external box dimensions are identical. Monobloc housing with integrated bearing bracket on one side. The drive shaft with rolling bearing is made of tempering steel. Greasing of the front self-aligning bearing behind the traction sheave by means of grease nipple. During lubrication excess grease will be carried off through waste tube. The rear self-aligning bearing of the bearing bracket is sealed and has life-time lubrication.

SC400 is designed for 1 : 1 and 2 : 1 suspension, single (180°) or double wrap and can be operated with and without deflection pulley.

Vertical rope departure as standard (± 45°). Other designs available optionally. See chapter 3.4.1.

Dependent on type of motor and controller the braking energy can be:

a) supplied to resistors

b) regenerated sinusoidally to the mains. (See motor data, chapter 3.5.2 and

3.5.4)

The machine is designed for thermal class F, but only operated with class B.

The machine SC400 has a separate ventilation. The drive is protected against overheating by two fans attached to the motor housing side. A posistor connected to the control, monitors the operating temperature (max. 130°C ± 5°C).

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O PERATING M ANUAL 3. P RODUCT D ESCRIPTION The overhung traction sheave with atta ched
O PERATING M ANUAL 3. P RODUCT D ESCRIPTION The overhung traction sheave with atta ched

The overhung traction sheave with attached brake disk is mounted onto the conical end of the motor shaft and secured by means of a disk screwed on the front side of the motor shaft. The microencapsulated screws with washers placed under, cannot work loose.

The gearless machine does not have a self-locking function

Brake: two redundant, caliper disk brakes acting independently of each other are attached at the motor casing. The brakes are acting as static holding brakes in normal operation. They are rather resistant to wear. They act as dynamic brakes in emergency or inspection stop operations only. Attention: the brakes do not replace the safety systems to prevent the car from running downwards at overspeed. Function: the brake shoe linings press onto the brake disk at the traction sheave with pre-set spring force. The brake force setting ensures that the fully loaded car can be stopped with one brake shoe operated only. The brakes are released by electrically operated magnetic clamps. Manual release: for operation by hand, the enclosed brake release levers are to be attached on the brake operating bolts. After pulling the lever, the respective brake will open. (See fig. 2)

Brake test switch: a microswitch attached at the brake monitors the position of the calipers (brake open / closed). The machine must be shutdown or a further run prevented, if the drive is shutdown with brake circuit open or start with brake circuit closed. In case of failure, the test switch signal must be dealt with accordingly. Connection plan and instructions for connection see chapter 3.10, fig. 10.

An electrical safety device of the overspeed governor or a type-tested safety device of the same safety level shall initiate the releasing of the brake in case of overspeed, if the braking system of SC400 is used as ascending car overspeed protection means. The requirements including range of use and conditions specified in the annex of type test certificate No. ABV 756/1 of 05-05-12 must be complied with.

Actual value sensor: SC400 is a synchronous machine with permanent magnet motor. In energized state the absolute rotor position is supplied by a sine-cosine-wave absolute position encoder. Speed and shaft position are detected by high-resolution sine-cosine-wave tracks. Details and manufacturer's instructions see chapters 3.8 and 8.3.

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Machine frame: the machine frame necessary for mounting the machine (for double wrap including rope pulleys with roller bearings) is optionally delivered as component part along with the drive. (Details on machine frame variants and dimensions see chapter 3.11).

Additional parts: additional parts necessary for operation, servicing and trouble-shooting such as blocking clamp for traction sheave, rope grip, handwheel and hydraulic lever are delivered optionally. List of additional parts and description see chapter 8.2.

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3.3 Technical data

Thyssen Compact gearless

 

SC400 S

SC400 M

Traction sheave diameter

[mm]

 

850

Max. braking torque acc. to test certificate

[Nm]

2 x 3200

Moment of inertia machine including traction sheave and brake disk

[kgm²]

S = 26

S = 28

Permissible shaft load traction sheave

[kN]

250

250

Permissible axle load rope pulley

[kN]

 

180

Moment of inertia rope pulley

[kgm²]

 

6

Rope pulley data

[mm]

540, B=250, max. 14 grooves, D 13/14

Traction sheave diameter DT

[mm]

560

560

Rim width of traction sheave

[mm]

265

265

Groove data traction sheave

z

x d

max. 14 x D 13/14

max. 14 x D 13/14

DW ** )

 

Groove data traction sheave SW* ) Hardened groove flanks

z

x d

max. 8 x D 13/14 50 HRC

Groove form traction sheave

 

(SW) seat, V-, or (DW)

semi-circular groove

Material traction sheave

 

EN-GJL 300 (HB 200 to 240)

Weight

   

Weight machine without frame

[kg]

1230

1315

Weight traction sheave + brake disk:

[kg]

 

225

Weight rope pulley:

[kg]

 

160

Weight brakes:

[kg]

 

2 x 45

Weight machine frame SW* )

[kg]

 

195

Weight machine frame DW** )

[kg]

320 to 370

Air-borne noise level

dB(A)

 

< 70

*)

SW = single wrap; traction sheave with single wrap

**) DW = double wrap; traction sheave with double wrap

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Technical data drive brake:

TYPE

 

SC400 S

SC400 M

Manufacturer:

 

INTORQ GmbH & Co. KG (Lenze)

Designation:

 

BFK 466-85

Type test certificate No.:

 

ABV 756/1

Material number (TKAW):

 

9900 000 7824

Max. braking torque acc. to test certificate:

[Nm]

2 x 3200

Emergency release (by hand):

 

removable brake release lever

Number of circuits:

c/h

 

240

Time of overexcitation:

s

0.8

– 1.2

Power supply

   

Withstand current (with U H = 90V)

[A]

1.45 (2.9)

Starting current (with U A = 180V)

[A]

2.9

(5.8)

Power consumption excitation

[W]

522 (1040)

Power consumption retaining

[W]

130.5 (261)

Rated withstand voltage

[V]

45 (90)

For fast excitation (series-connection)

[V]

90 (180)

Protection class electrical/mechanical

 

IP 54/IP 00

   

(values for series connection)

Brake test switch

 

break contact

Switching voltage

[V]

12 to 30 DC

Switching current

[A]

0.01 to 0.1

Brake setting

   

Release distance S lü

[mm]

0.4

± 0.1

Max. release distance

[mm]

 

0.7

Weight per brake

[kg]

 

45

Attention: the brake magnet coils are to be connected in series!

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Technical data separate ventilation of motor

Separate ventilation at drive

Unit

Data

Manufacturer

 

emb- papst

Material No. (TKAW)

 

9950 000 2588

Connection

 

2 fans in parallel

Operating voltage

[V]

230

Frequency

[Hz]

50 / 60

Rated current

[A]

0.9 / 1

Rated power

[W]

200 / 230

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3.4

Dimensions

Dimensions of Compact gearless SC400 S / M

Ft adm=250 kN Ǿ 850 717 45° 180 435 550 Ǿ 30 132,5 Ǿ 30
Ft adm=250 kN
Ǿ 850
717
45°
180
435
550
Ǿ 30
132,5
Ǿ 30
532,5
660
800
DT =Ǿ 560
430
832
86°
43,5
916

800

532,5 660 800 DT =Ǿ 560 430 832 86° 43,5 916 800 410 430 Center of
410 430
410
430

Center of gravity SC400 S (approx. 1230 kg)

Center of gravity SC400 M (approx. 1315 kg)

∅30
∅30
429 660 781 1216 232
429
660
781
1216
232

Rear view

Fig. 4

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3.4.1 Brake arrangement dependent on direction of rope departure

The brakes are positioned depending on wrap and rope departure direction (5 variants). View to traction sheave before drive.

Fig. 5

DW, right-hand variant DW, left-hand variant SW, right-hand, horizontal variant SW, left-hand, horizontal variant
DW, right-hand variant
DW, left-hand variant
SW, right-hand,
horizontal variant
SW, left-hand,
horizontal variant
SW, vertical
variant

The brakes can be re-arranged in exceptional cases. The traction sheave and the brake disk are to be disassembled here.

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1) Rated power for S5 (240 F/h, 50% ED) operated at max. starting torque.

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Motor data Compact gearless SC400 S / M

3.5

Devices without regeneration, suspension 1 : 1

Devices without regeneration, suspension 1 : 1
Devices without regeneration, suspension 1 : 1

3.5.1

 

4 m/s

   

25.6

280

CPI 105

M 008

3 m/s

136]

119

 

24.9

1700[Nm]

1900

60[A]

52

4500[Nm]

4800

170[A]

140

320

CPI 105

1150

2300

120

M 013

3 m/s

102

 

22.4

2000

49

5000

130

320

CPI 105

1250

2500

100

M 013

2.5 m/s

85

 

19.6

2100

51

4600

120

270

CPI 105

1350

2100

100

S 007

4 m/s

136

 

22.8

1500

53

3900

150

295

CPI 105

1000

1700

90

 

m/s

   

M 009Type

of motor SC400 x xxx

[m/s]

Speed of elevator v

[min -1

Revolutions per minute n Rot

Operating data S 5 for 240 F/h, 50 % ED

[KW]

Rated power P N 1)

Rated torque M N

Rated current I N

Admissible starting torque M A

Admissible starting current I A

[V]

Effective voltage U ,eff

Type of inverter (assigned as standard)

1000Rated

[kg]

load

2000Weight:

[kg]

160Max.

[m]

travel height (approx. value) H

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Devices with integrated regeneration, suspension 1 : 1
Devices with integrated regeneration, suspension 1 : 1

3.5.2

 

4 m/s

   

25.6

415

CPI 100R

M 011

3.5 m/s

136]

119

 

24.9

1700[Nm]

1900

41[A]

45

4500[Nm]

4800

110[A]

120

370

CPI 100R

1150

2300

120

S 004

4 m/s

136

 

22.8

1500

36

3900

100

420

CPI 100R

1000

1700

90

M 011Type

of motor SC400 x xxx

Speed of elevator:

[min -1

Revolutions per minute n Rot

Operating data S 5 for 240 F/h, 50 % ED

[KW]

Rated power P N 1)

Rated torque M N

Rated current I N

Admissible starting torque M A

Admissible starting current I A

[V]

Effective voltage U ,eff

Type of inverter (assigned as standard)

1000Rated

[kg]

load

2000Weight:

[kg]

160Max.

[m]

travel height (approx. value): H

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Devices without regeneration, suspension 2 : 1

Devices without regeneration, suspension 2 : 1
Devices without regeneration, suspension 2 : 1

3.5.3

 

2.5 m/s

   

27.8

300

CPI 105

S 007

2 m/s

136

 

24.2

1600

56

4100

150

290

CPI 105

2000

3600

160

S 001

1.75 m/s

171]

119

 

21.2

1450[Nm]

1600

61[A]

44

4100[Nm]

4000

180[A]

120

320

CPI 105

2000

3600

120

S 001

1.6 m/s

109

 

19.4

1600

44

3800

110

295

CPI 60

2000

3600

120

S 005Type

of motor SC400 x xxx

[m/s]

Speed of elevator v

[min -1

Rotations per minute n Rot

Operating data S 5 for 240 F/h, 50 % ED

[KW]

Rated power P N 1)

Rated torque M N

Rated current I N

Admissible starting torque M A

Admissible starting current I A

[V]

Effective voltage U ,eff

Type of inverter (assigned as standard)

1800Rated

[kg]

load

3600Weight:

[kg]

160Max.

[m]

travel height (approx. value) H

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Devices without regeneration, suspension 2 : 1

Devices without regeneration, suspension 2 : 1
Devices without regeneration, suspension 2 : 1

3.5.3

 

2 m/s

   

30.6

275

CPI 105

M 008

1.75 m/s

119

 

26.8

2050

55

4500

130

320

CPI 105

2750

3300

80

M 008

1.6 m/s

136]

109

 

24.5

2050[Nm]

2050

73[A]

55

4600[Nm]

4500

170[A]

130

295

CPI 105

2750

3300

80

M 009Type

of motor SC400 x xxx

[m/s]

Speed of elevator v

[min -1

Rotations per minute n Rot

Operating data S 5 for 240 F/h, 50 % ED

[KW]

Rated power P N 1)

Rated torque M N

Rated current I N

Admissible starting torque M A

Admissible starting current I A

[V]

Effective voltage U ,eff

Type of inverter (assigned as standard)

2750Rated

[kg]

load

3300Weight:

[kg]

80Max.

[m]

travel height (approx. value) H

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Devices with integrated regeneration, suspension 2 : 1

Devices with integrated regeneration, suspension 2 : 1
Devices with integrated regeneration, suspension 2 : 1

3.5.4

 

3.0 m/s

 

Spec. desig.

31.0

375

CPI 105

S 003

4 m/s

273

 

32.9

1150

52,5

3500

170

405

CPI 150R

1400

3200

160

S 005

3.5 m/s

205]

239

 

30.0

1450[Nm]

1200

53[A]

49

3800[Nm]

3700

150[A]

155

410

CPI 150R

1500

3200

160

S 007

3 m/s

205

 

33.3

1450

51

4100

150

430

CPI 100R

1800

3600

160

S 007

2.5 m/s

171

 

27.8

1450

51

4100

150

360

CPI 100R

1800

3600

160

S 004

2 m/s

136

 

24.2

1600

38

4100

100

420

CPI 100R

2000

3600

160

S 002Type

of motor SC400 x xxx

Speed of elevator v

[min -1

Rotations per minute n Rot

Operating data S 5 for 240 F/h, 50 % ED

[KW]

Rated power P N 1)

Rated torque M N

Rated current I N

Admissible starting torque M A

Admissible starting current I A

[V]

Effective voltage U ,eff

Type of inverter (assigned as standard)

1800Rated

[kg]

load

3200Weight

[kg]

160Max.

[m]

travel height (approx. value) H

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Devices with integrated regeneration, suspension 2 : 1
Devices with integrated regeneration, suspension 2 : 1

3.5.4

 

4 m/s

   

48.6

415

CPI 150R

M 010

3.5 m/s

273]

239

 

42.5

1600[Nm]

1600

75[A]

75

4300[Nm]

4300

210[A]

210

365

CPI 150R

2000

3500

160

M 009

3 m/s

205

 

36.5

1600

57

4300

160

415

CPI 150R

2000

3600

160

M 012

2.5 m/s

171

 

35.8

1900

55

4600

140

420

CPI 100R

2500

3800

100

M 011

2 m/s

136

 

30.6

2050

48

4600

110

415

CPI 100R

2750

3300

80

M 010Type

of motor SC400 x xxx

Speed of elevator v

[min -1

Rotations per minute n Rot

Operating data S 5 for 240 F/h, 50 % ED

[KW]

Rated power P N 1)

Rated torque M N

Rated current I N

Admissible starting torque M A

Admissible starting current I A

[V]

Effective voltage U ,eff

Type of inverter (assigned as standard)

2000Rated

[kg]

load

3500Weight:

[kg]

160Max.

[m]

travel height (approx. value) H

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3. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

3.6 Nameplate of Compact gearless SC400

1. THYSSENKRUPP AUFZUGSWERKE

A

B

C

D

E

F

GH

A B C D E F GH I

I

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

IM B3 E F G H JKLM
IM B3
E
F G
H JKLM

Line

Column

Contents

1

A

- E

Type of machine

1

E

- I

Serial number / year of construction

2

 

A

Model

2

 

B

Protection class

2

 

C

Isolation class

2

D - I

Max. axle load [ kN ]

3

A - F

Operating mode

3

F

- I

Weight of machine [ kg ]

4

A

- I

Units

5

 

A

Rated power [ kW ]

5

 

B

Rotation per minute [ rpm.]

5

 

C

Voltage [ V ] (star connection)

5

 

D

Strength of current [ A ]

5

 

E

Power factor

5

 

F

Frequency [Hz]

5

 

G

Starting torque [ Nm ]

5

 

H

Starting current [A]

5

 

I

Max. admissible current [A]

6

 

Reference to further data

7

 

Traction sheave ; max. number of ropes; rope

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2. Lift Equip

ABCDE F GH I

ABCDE

ABCDE F GH I
ABCDE F GH I
ABCDE F GH I

F

GH

ABCDE F GH I

I

1 2 IM B3 3 4 5 6 7
1
2
IM B3
3
4
5
6
7

Line

Column

Contents

1

A

- E

Type of machine

1

E

- I

Serial number / year of construction

2

 

A

Model

2

 

B

Protection class

2

 

C

Isolation class

2

D

- I

Max. axle load [ kN ]

3

A

- F

Operating mode

3

F - I

Weight of machine [ kg ]

4

A - I

Units

5

 

A

Rated power [ kW ]

5

 

B

Revolutions per minute [ rpm.]

5

 

C

Voltage [ V ] (star connection)

5

 

D

Strength of current [ A ]

5

 

E

Power factor

5

 

F

Frequency [Hz]

5

 

G

Starting torque [ Nm ]

5

 

H

Starting current [A]

5

 

I

Max. admissible current [A]

6

 

Reference to further data

7

 

Traction sheave ; max. number of ropes; rope

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3.7 Lubrication of Compact gearless SC400

The front motor shaft bearing must be lubricated every two years. The lubrication nipple for the front shaft bearing is located on the drive side behind the traction sheave (see fig. 6). Prior to pouring the lubricating grease in, remove the plug at the oil drain. It is located on the motor rear, below the encoder. See fig. 7.

located on the motor rear, bel ow the encoder. See fig. 7. Fig. 6 For SC400

Fig. 6

on the motor rear, bel ow the encoder. See fig. 7. Fig. 6 For SC400 ,

For SC400, approx. 125 g must be re-filled. Please note that the bearings are to be lubricated evenly:

a) Fill in lubricating grease in several steps! (at least 2)

b) After filling the grease in, move the drive for at least 3 min.

c) Afterwards close lubricant drain by plug (fig. 7, pos. 4).

Attention: never pour in too much grease without turning the bearing to and fro. Disregard may cause deterioration of bearings and seal!

SC400 does not require further lubrication.

The second rolling bearing of the motor shaft has life-time lubrication.

Never lubricate the sintered-metal bushings on the calipers.

The rolling bearings of the rope pulley are also life-time lubricated.

bearings of the rope pulle y are also life-time lubricated. Lubrication nipple behind traction sheave Note:

Lubrication nipple behind traction sheave

Note: only use lubricating grease F1* ) (material No. 270 014 9). Use of other types of grease may impair the lubricity or cause grumming of the grease channels. THYSSENKRUPP AUFZUGSWERKE GmbH cannot be hold liable for any damages caused by lubricants not released.

liable for any damages caused by lubricants not released. * ) Supplied by THYSSENKRUPP AUFZUGSWERKE GmbH

* ) Supplied by THYSSENKRUPP AUFZUGSWERKE GmbH

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3. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Fig. 7

Grease channel outlet

1 2 3 4 5 1 Motor ventilation grate 2 Machine frame 3 Drain outlet
1
2
3
4
5
1
Motor ventilation grate
2
Machine frame
3
Drain outlet
4
Drain plug
5
Motor casing

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3.8 Pulse encoder:

SC400 is controlled by means of an enclosed incremental hollow shaft pulse generator with sine-wave output signals mounted on the rear end of the rotor shaft. Connection to control by means of permanently connected shielded connecting cable of 7 m length with 15-pole sub D connector (RS485) and UNC screwing. The cable shield is connected-up to connector and generator box. Notes on connection, installation instruction and drawing see chapter 7.5.

Technical data for TTL generator:

Enclosed hollow shaft pulse encoder with 2 signals with 90° phase shift and reference mark.

Number of increments (Z):

Supply voltage:

Output driver:

Output signal: analog / serial

2048

5

pulses/revolution

V

± 5%

RS 485 / sine 1Vss, max. frequency (-3dB) 200kHz / RS485 EnDat

Working temperature range:

-

20

+

100

°C

Storage temperature range:

-

30

+

80

°C

Admissible relative humidity:

100

%

Max. on-load current with 5 V Protection class: IP 64

150

mA

current with 5 V Protection class: IP 64 150 mA Connection and installation instructions: Connect connector

Connection and installation instructions:

Connect connector box and reference potential. Should longer cables be necessary only use original cables from HEIDENHAIN.

Note: the built-on pulse generator is standard and specially designed for use with ThyssenKrupp inverter. For other inverters, pulse encoders with matching connected load are to be used.

For further instructions referring to connection assignment on 15-pole sub D connector and instructions for installation and wiring please see chapter 8.3, Manufacturer's instructions.

3.9 Details on connection of motor

Connection of motor:

Observe terminal diagram on the inside of the motor terminal box and/or terminal diagram in chapter 3.10 of this operating manual as well as the local requirements.

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3. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

3.10 Terminal connecting plan SC400

Motor connection - terminal diagram:

2 x

2µF

400V

Z = brown L = blue Fan N = black Z Z L N N
Z
= brown
L
= blue
Fan
N
= black
Z
Z
L
N
N
Th
Th
U1
V1
W1
PE
PE
13
13
14
15
15
10
11
1
2
3

Fig. 8

The terminal diagram is on the cover inside.

 
 

Connection

 

Connect to

Warnings

of

terminal No.:

Power

Inverter