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MANUAL REGISTRATION PAGE
The Fujitec Millennium II Service Tool User Manual has been designed to provide knowledge
regarding usage of the ThyssenKrupp Elevator Service Tool. When working on a job always use
the correct prints and manuals specified for that equipment.

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PREFACE
The Fujitec Millennium II Service Manual has been designed to provide knowledge regarding
usage of the ThyssenKrupp Elevator Service Tool. When working on a job always use the correct
prints and manuals specified for that equipment.

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THE PROCEDURES CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL ARE INTENDED FOR THE USE OF QUALIFIED
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Fujitec Millennium II Service Manual Table of Contents
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Table of Contents
Index of Revisions
TKE Fuji Interface Tool: TIM USB Version

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Connecting the Laptop to the CPU Board via the TIM- - - - - - - - - - - 1-4

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Log On Tab - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-6
Opening Window - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-7

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Errors Tab - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-9
Memory Tab - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-11

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Inputs 1 and Inputs 2 Tabs - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-13
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Motor/Encoder Tab - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-14
Mis Tab - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-15
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About Tab - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-16


Removing the TIM Unit and Maintenance Board - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-16
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Installation- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2-1
ITS Millennium II Maintenance Board Connection - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2-4
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ITS Millennium II Maintenance Board Test Operation- - - - - - - - - - - 2-5


Visual LED Combination for Observing Mode of Operations - - - - - - 2-8
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Terminal Slowdown Test - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2-10


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Buffer Test - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2-11


Removal - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2-12

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Index of Revisions
MANUAL PRINTING RECORD
Version 1.0 May, 2009 First Edition.

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VERSION NUMBER DATE REVISIONS MADE

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Fujitec Millennium II Service Manual TKE Fuji Interface Tool: TIM USB Version
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Section 1
Section 1 - TKE Fuji Interface Tool: TIM USB Version
The research and development group from International Technical Services Americas has
developed a software application to communicate with the Fujitec Millennium II elevator system. It
is comprised of a Maintenance board that is connected to the CPU board. This board provides a
port to connect our ThyssenKrupp Interface Module (TIM) unit. Pictured below is the main screen

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of the Service Tool software and the TIM unit.

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Figure 1 - 1: Service Tool Main Screen and TIM Unit

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Section 1
FUJITEC MILLENNIUM II CONTROLLER

Drive
SLI 920
or
Relay Board

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SLI 900

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CPU Board

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I/O Board
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Figure 1 - 2: Controller Layout

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Connecting the Laptop to the CPU Board via the TIM


The TKE Fujitec Millennium II Interface Tool is used with the ThyssenKrupp Interface Module (TIM).
1. Connect the TIM to the laptop using the USB port. When the laptop has powered the TIM unit
through the USB cable, the status LED will blink.

2. Make sure the toggle switch on the Maintenance Board is in the DN position.

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3. Plug the Maintenance Board onto the CPU Board at Connector JJ (see Figure 1 - 3 on
page 1-5). Ensure that all pins mate properly.

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CAUTION

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DO NOT PLUG IN THE FUJITEC MAINTENANCE BOARD WHILE THE ELEVATOR IS MOVING.

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NOTE: IN THIS CONFIGURATION THE MAINTENANCE BOARD IS ONLY ACTING AS AN INTERFACE FOR THE
LAPTOP VIA THE TIM UNIT. IT ALSO OPERATES AS AN INDEPENDENT TROUBLESHOOTING DEVICE.
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FOR MORE DETAILS ON THIS BOARD AND ITS FUNCTIONALITY, REFER TO SECTION 2 OF THIS
MANUAL.
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Section 1
Plug Maintenance Board
onto CPU Board at

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Connector JJ.

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Figure 1 - 3: Connecting the TIM to the CPU Board


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4. Once the Fujitec Millennium II Maintenance Board is installed, connect the TIM unit to it
using a standard 9 to 9 pin cable.

The Fuji Terminal software is now ready to be launched on the laptop. Figure 1 - 4 on page 1-6
displays the main screen once the application is launched.

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Log On Tab
TKE Fuji Interface Tool: TIM USB Version _ X
Mode: CC No/Doors CC W/Doors HC UP HC Down
Selector:
TF: BF: Floor Send
Get

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Log On Errors Memory Inputs 1 Inputs 2 Motor/Encoder Mis About

Log On By Job Number


Job#

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Log On By Region
Region

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Reset LogOn
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LogOn Clear

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Figure 1 - 4: LogOn Tab

Ensure that the Log On tab is selected and continue as follows:


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1. Enter the Job# in the Log On By Job Number box or Region in the Log On By Region box to
log onto the tool.
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A. The Job# is located on the CPU EPROM.

B. The Region code is a two digit code, i.e., “ny” for New York, “cn” for Cincinnati, and
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“ta” for Tampa.


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2. The Key field in the bsae box is for the tool level such as “b” for building level and “e” for
engineering level. Enter “e” for engineering.

NOTE: THE RESET LOGON BUTTON IS USED TO CHANGE THE LOGON. FOR EXAMPLE, IF “B” FOR BUILDING
WAS SELECTED, CLICK THE RESET LOGON BUTTON TO SELECT “E” FOR ENGINEERING.

NOTE: THE RESET TIM BUTTON IS USED TO RESET THE TIM UNIT SHOULD IT TIME OUT.

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Section 1
Opening Window
TKE Fuji Interface Tool: TIM USB Version _ X
Mode: CC No/Doors CC W/Doors HC UP HC Down
Selector:
TF: BF: Floor Send
Get

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Log On Errors Memory Inputs 1 Inputs 2 Motor/Encoder Mis About

Log On By Job Number

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Job#

Log On By Region

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Region

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Key

Reset LogOn

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Software display box.

Reset TIM
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Log On to Controller

LogOn and Clear buttons are


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Figure 1 - 5: Opening Window

1. Available features for all screens are as follows:


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A. Use the LogOn button at the bottom of the tool to log back on should the tool log off at
any time.
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B. The Clear button clears the software display box.

NOTE: PLACE THE MOUSE POINTER OVER A BUTTON, DISPLAY FIELDS OR FIELD NAMES TO SEE A
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THAT ITEMS FUNCTION.

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TKE Fuji Interface Tool: TIM USB Version _ X


Mode: CC No/Doors CC W/Doors HC UP HC Down
Selector:
TF: BF: Floor Send

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Get

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Figure 1 - 6: Top of “TKE Fuji Interface Tool: TIM USB Version”

2. On the “TKE Fuji Interface Tool: TIM USB Version” screen, several features appear at the top

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of the window above the tabs. (See Figure 1 - 6)

A. Click the Get button to update Mode: (the type of service the elevator is performing).

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B. Click the Get button to update Selector: (the floor position).
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3. Set the call type.

A. Select the call type from the choices as follows:


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— CC No/Doors - Set car calls without doors enabled.


— CC W/Doors - Set car calls with doors enabled.
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— HC Up and HC Down - Set up hall calls and down hall calls with doors enabled.
B. Enter the floor number.
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— Floor - Sends the elevator to a designated floor.


C. Click the Send button after all selections are entered.
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4. Observe the following information:


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A. TF: - Displays Top floor.


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B. BF: - Displays Bottom floor.

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Section 1
Errors Tab

_ X
TKE Fuji Interface Tool: TIM USB Version X
Mode: CC No/Doors CC W/Doors HC UP HC Down
Selector:
TF: BF: Floor Send

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Get

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Count Error # Error Info Phase Pos Date / Time
18 3 07 1 0 07 04/15 11:31:34

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Download Next Clear All Errors

1) FFFF0007040F0B1F1C
2) 06000007040F0B1F22
in the raw data form.
Error Data displayed

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3) 07010007040F0B1F22

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Figure 1 - 7: Errors Tab


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Click the Errors tab to observe the system errors and continue as follows:
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1. Click the Download button. This downloads the errors from the Fujitec Error Buffer.

2. Click the Next button to scroll through the errors.


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3. Error data is displayed in raw data form in the area below the Download and Next buttons.
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This data is also displayed in the boxes above the buttons in the following format:

A. Count - Number of errors downloaded from the controller.

B. Error # - Current error being displayed.

C. Error - This is an error code displayed in a hexadecimal number between 00 and FF.

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D. Info - A decimal value that is typically the selector position when the error occurred.

— A “6” indicates that the error occurred at the 6th floor when the elevator was
stopped or running down.

— Add 128 to the value if the elevator was running up. A “134” indicates that the
error occurred at the 6th floor when the elevator was stopped or running up.

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— Info can also have other meanings, such as the number of consecutive times the
error occurred, the time in seconds that a condition existed, etc.

Phase - Displays the approximate position in the speed curve when the error occurred.

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E.
Accelerating, decelerating, high speed, etc.

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F. Pos - Refers to the position in relation to the leveling vane.

G. Date / Time - The date and time the fault occurred. Errors are time stamped.

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4. Press Clear All Errors button to clear the error log.

To view error definitions continue as follows:


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1. Click in the error data display area (see Figure 1 - 7 on page 1-9) so that the cursor is
blinking in that area.
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2. Press the F1 key on the laptop to view error definitions.

3. View and/or record the errors.


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Section 1
Memory Tab
_ X
TKE Fuji Interface Tool: TIM USB Version X
Mode: CC No/Doors CC W/Doors HC UP HC Down
Selector:
TF: BF: Floor Send
Get

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Log On Errors Memory Inputs 1 Inputs 2 Motor/Encoder Mis About

Read Memory Write Adrress


Bytes Address Data Address

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Read Write

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Clear
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LogOn Clear
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Read/Write to Memory

Figure 1 - 8: Memory Tab


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Click on the Memory tab and continue as follows:

CAUTION
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BE VERY CAREFUL USING THIS SCREEN SINCE IT DOES NOT HAVE WRITE PROTECTION. CONTACT ITS

! BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO MAKE A CHANGE TO THE MEMORY ADDRESS. ENSURE THERE IS A PHYSICAL
BACKUP OF THE SOFTWARE PRIOR TO USING THIS SCREEN.
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The Memory tab provides a view of the memory address locations in the software. (See Figure 1 -
8)

A. In the Read Memory section enter information as follows:

— In the Bytes box enter the number of bytes to be displayed. For example: 01
would be 00, 02 would be 0000, etc.

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— In the Address box, enter the address to be viewed.

B. Click the Read button. The requested information is displayed below in hexadecimal or
decimal format.

C. In the Write Address section enter information as follows:

— In the Data box enter the value for the new address location. The tool will only

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write 1 byte of information at a time. For example: if the address location 2800
(3F60) is to be changed to 45D6; enter 45 at address 2800 and D6 at address
2801.

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— Use the Clear button at the bottom of the display to clear out the data being
displayed. This will not erase previously written data.

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D. Click the Write button. The requested change is made.

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Section 1
Inputs 1 and Inputs 2 Tabs
_ X TKE Fuji Interface Tool: TIM USB Version _
TKE Fuji Interface Tool: TIM USB Version X X
Mode: CC No/Doors CC W/Doors HC UP HC Down
Mode: CC No/Doors CC W/Doors HC UP HC Down
Selector: Selector:
TF: BF: Floor Send TF: BF: Floor Send
Get Get

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Log On Errors Memory Inputs 1 Inputs 2 Motor/Encoder Mis About Log On Errors Memory Inputs 1 Inputs 2 Motor/Encoder Mis About

2100 2101 2102 2103 2104 2105 210C 210D 210E 210F 2110 2111
7 MS204 P0 7 INSP

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6 MS104 P15 6
5 MS203 104 5
4 MS103 P8 4 DCB
3 MS202 P23 3 DOB CCC
2 MS102 P14A #B4 2 PH2-OFF INDEP

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1 MS201 LD P14B #36 1 HOLD
0 MS101 LU L41 P1 0 PH2-ON

2106 2107 2108 2109 210A 210B


7 BKM RPX RCRS
6 6M RSMSM PRK

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5 4IR RSMS2 STRD
4 RSMS1 HOI
3 ACBD FMS2 INS-UP CTL
2 ACBU FMS1 INS-DN OTL
1 ACTD BP2A INSP CBC
0 ACTU BP1A 4LD CAC EDS
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Start Start
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Figure 1 - 9: Inputs 1 and Inputs 2 Tabs

Inputs 1 and Inputs 2 screens show the status of various inputs. (See Figure 1 - 9)
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1. Click the Start button to begin viewing the inputs.


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A. An active input will turn green.

B. The Start button will turn into a Stop button.


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2. Click the Stop button to stop input monitoring.


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NOTE: INPUT MAY NOT BE LABELED PROPERLY DUE TO SOFTWARE REVISIONS.

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Motor/Encoder Tab
_ X
TKE Fuji Interface Tool: TIM USB Version X
Mode: CC No/Doors CC W/Doors HC UP HC Down
Selector:
TF: BF: Floor Send
Get

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Log On Errors Memory Inputs 1 Inputs 2 Motor/Encoder Mis About

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Direction: Dir
Motor:

M/PM F/PM

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MPM FPM

Governor:

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M/PM F/PM
MPM ys FPM

Start
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Figure 1 - 10: Motor/Encoder Tab


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Click the Motor/Encoder tab to display the motor and governor encoder information.
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1. Press the Start button.

A. The motor and governor encoders display the data in meters per minute and feet per
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minute.
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B. The Start button turns into a Stop button.

2. Click the Stop button to stop the data from updating.

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Section 1
Mis Tab
_ X
TKE Fuji Interface Tool: TIM USB Version X
Mode: CC No/Doors CC W/Doors HC UP HC Down
Selector:
TF: BF: Floor Send
Get

Log On Errors Memory Inputs 1 Inputs 2 Motor/Encoder Mis About

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Mil-Net Status Top/Bottom Floors Mode/Selector
: Get
Get : Get :
Mode:

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Interface Board LED Monitor
Selector
Current Address New LED Address

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Get Set

System Clock

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Get Time Time : Set Time

Get Date Date : Set Date


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PC Date/Time : xx/xx/xxxx xx:xx:xx AM/PM
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Figure 1 - 11: Mis Tab


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Click the Mis tab and continue entering information as follows:

1. Click the Get button in the Mil-Net Status box to see if the Mil-Net is working properly. Mil-Net
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is the communication protocol used by the Millennium II for communication between boards.

2. Click the Get button in the Top/Bottom Floors box to view the top and bottom floor.
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3. Click the Get button in the Mode/Selector box to view the Mode: that the elevator is in. View
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Selector to see which floor the elevator is at.

4. Click the Get button in the Interface Board LED Monitor box to view the Current Address. This
is the address being monitored on the maintenance board with the rotary switch in position F
and BTN3 pressed. The address being monitored may be changed by entering a new
address in the New LED Address field and clicking the Set button.

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5. The System Clock section provides Time/Date information as follows:

A. The PC Date/Time field at the bottom of the box displays the Date/Time of the PC being
used.

B. Click the Get Time button and the Get Date button.

The time and date can be updated by clicking Set Time and Set Date. The tool may log

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off. If this happens click the LogOn button at the bottom of the screen. Click the Get
Time and Get Date buttons to update. If the time and date do not match the PC Date/
Time, repeat the process.

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About Tab

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Click on the About tab and continue as follows:

1. Click on the TIM Status to check the status of the TIM unit.

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Click License Management to view how many days are left on the license. This is also where
the site code is located and the place to enter the new site key.
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Removing the TIM Unit and Maintenance Board
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1. Log off and close the Fuji Terminal software.

2. Reverse the steps for connecting the TIM unit to disconnect it from the CPU board.
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3. Reset rotary switch on CPU Board to 0 before removing the maintenance board.
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4. Remove Maintenance Board from the CPU Board at Connector JJ (see Figure 2 - 1).

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5. Close and secure controller.

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Section 2 - Fujitec Millennium II Maintenance Board


Installation
The Fujitec Millennium II Maintenance Board is designed to assist the field technician troubleshoot

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and maintain the Millennium II elevator, which is described in this section of the manual. In Section
1 this board was only used as an interface to connect the laptop to the controller via the TIM unit.

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To install the board for troubleshooting:

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1. Open Controller.

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2. Make sure that the toggle switch is in the DN position.

3. Plug Maintenance Board onto the CPU Board at Connector JJ (see Figure 2 - 1). Ensure that
all pins mate properly.

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DO NOT PLUG IN WHILE THE ELEVATOR IS MOVING.
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4. Use the Rotary Switch located on the CPU Board (see Figure 2 - 1) to change the function of
the Maintenance Board described in Table 2 - 1.
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CPU ROTARY SWITCH


SWITCH POSITION FUNCTION OPERATION
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Position 0 Normal Automatic Press BTN1 to check the Mode of Operation the
elevator is in.
Position 1 Machine Room Inspection Use to run the elevator on inspection from the
machine-room. Press BTN1 for up, BTN3 for
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down and BTN2 will close the doors if open.


Position 2 Under Discovery Do not use
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Position 3 Under Discovery Do not use


Position 4 Under Discovery Do not use
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Position 5 Under Discovery Do not use


Position 6 For Test Purposes Do not use
Position 7 For Test Purposes Do not use
Position 8 Machine Room Independent Service Removes the elevator from service and doors will
not open. Calls can be set using BTN1 to step
up, BTN3 to step down and BTN2 to set call.

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CPU ROTARY SWITCH


SWITCH POSITION FUNCTION OPERATION
Position 9 Independent Service Cannot run from machine room. Places the
elevator on independent service same as key
switch in the elevator.
Position A Under Discovery Do not use
Position B Under Discovery Do not use

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Position C Under Discovery Do not use
Position D Set Calls Does not remove elevator from service. Press
BTN1 to step up, BTN3 to step down and BTN2

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to set call. The doors will not open from calls set
in machine room but will answer hall and car
calls as normal.

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Position E Monitoring Press BTN1 to monitor floor position. Press
BTN2 to display the state of 1D, 3D, 3U, 1U,
202, 102, 201 & 101.

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Position F Under Discovery Do not use

Table 2 - 1:
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5. Observe the Maintenance Board LED light combinations to determine information generated
by the controller based on the Rotary Switch position.
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Sometimes the two 4 segment LED group labelled LD1 and LD2 are read as 2 separate HEX
numbers. (Refer to Determine Mode of Service on page 2-6.) Other times it’s read as one
combined number. For example, if used to monitor the floor level that the car is at, with rotary
switch in position E, the numbered LED hexidecimal value is added together to indicate the floor
of

number. If the car was on the 18th floor, the LEDs 1 and 4 would be lit. The others would be
extinguished. LED 1 has the equivalence of 2 and LED 4 has the equivalence of 16. Therefore, 2 +
16 = 18. See the table on the next page.
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LED # HEX EQUIVALENT


0 1

1 2

2 4

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3 8

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4 16

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Table 2 - 2: ITS Millennium II Maintenance Board LEDs

NOTE: ALL CAR CALLS AND SELECTOR POSITIONS ARE IN BINARY.

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LEDs: Rotary positions 8, 9 & D will display the current elevator position.

6. Use the Toggle Switch for additional control.


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» The Maintenance Board Toggle Switch in the UP position holds the doors open.
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» The Maintenance Board Toggle Switch in the DOWN position is for normal operation.
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ITS Millennium II Maintenance Board Connection

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Figure 2 - 1: ITS Maintenance Board Connection

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ITS Millennium II Maintenance Board Test Operation


CPU ROTARY
DESCRIPTION BTN 1 BTN 2 BTN 3
SW. POSITION
0 Full Automatic Mode of Operation
1 Machine Room Inspection UP Close Door DN
2 Under Discovery Do Not Use

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3 Under Discovery Do Not Use

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4 Under Discovery Do Not Use

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5 Under Discovery Do Not Use
6* For Test Purposes Only Step UP Step DN
7* For Test Purposes Only Step UP Set Call Step DN

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8 Machine Room Independent Service (No Step UP Set Call Step DN
Doors, Removes From Service)
9 Independent Service (With Doors, Can Not

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Run From Machine Room)
A Under Discovery Do Not Use
B Under Discovery Do Not Use
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C Under Discovery Do Not Use
D Set Calls (Does Not Remove From Service) Step UP Set Call Step DN
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E Monitoring (Under Discovery) Elevator Position
F Under Discovery Do Not Use

Table 2 - 3:
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SET ROTARY SW TO 0 BEFORE REMOVING MAINTENANCE BOARD.

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* Refer to Terminal Slowdown Test and Buffer Test on pages 2-10 and 2-11.
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Figure 2 - 2: ITS Maintenance Board
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1. Determine Service Mode of Operation

Each of the Service Modes are represented by a hexidecimal value. This value is displayed by the
light combination shown in the four segment LED group called LD1 and LD2.
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LD1 represents the first number of the Hexidecimal Value.


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LD2 represents the second number of the Hexidecimal Value.


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With the rotary switch position at 0 and BTN1 pressed, observe the light combination as follows:

SERVICE HEX VALUE LD1 LD2


Automatic 3C 4&5 2&3
Independent Service 2E 5 1,2&3
In Car Inspection 0B X 0,1&3
Fire Service Phase 1 15 4 0&2

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Fire Service Phase 2 28 5 3

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Car Top Inspection 0A X 1&3
Door Flt. Shut Down 03 X 0&1

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LED TO HEX EQUIVALENCE
LD1 numbered LD2 numbered Example:

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segments segments Hex Value of 3C = 15 based on Table 2-5 where
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6=4 2=4
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5=2 1=2 3 + 12 = 15
4=1 0=1 LD1 and LD2 Equivalency (using Table 2-4)
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LD1 has 4 and 5 lit representing a quantity of “3”
Table 2 - 5: 4 = 1 and 5 = 2

1+2=3
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DECIMAL TO HEXIDECIMAL
LD2 has 2 and 3 lit representing a quantity of “12”
CONVERSION CHART
3 = 8 and 2 = 4
1=1 9=9
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2=2 10 = A
8 + 4 = 12
3=3 11 = B
4=4 12 = C
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5=5 13 = D
6=6 14 = E
7=7 15 = F
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Table 2 - 6:

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Visual LED Combination for Observing Mode of


Operations
With the rotary switch in position 0 and BTN1 pressed, see Figure 2-4 through 2-10 for the modes
of operation.

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Figure 2 - 3: Maintenance Board (deactivated) Figure 2 - 4: Automatic


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Figure 2 - 5: Independent Service Figure 2 - 6: In Car Inspection

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Section 2
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Figure 2 - 7: Fire Service Phase One Figure 2 - 8: Fire Service Phase Two
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Figure 2 - 9: Car Top Inspection Figure 2 - 10: Door Flt. Shutdown

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Terminal Slowdown Test


In the Terminal Slowdown Test as performed with the Maintenance Board, the Rotary Switch is set
to position 6 in order to deviate the selector from the cars actual position. Then use position 7 to
run the car into the slowdown switch to ensure they are working properly. Perform this test in both
the up and down directions as follows:

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1. Set rotary switch to position 8 and position elevator up/down two floors above or below
terminal landing.

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2. Set rotary switch to position 6.

3. Step selector up by two floors using BTN1 if checking the lower slowdowns. Step selector

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down by two floors using BTN3 if checking the upper slowdowns.

4. Set rotary switch to position 7 to set calls. Press BTN1 to step up or BTN3 to step down.
Then press BTN2 to set call. The car attempts to run the call, which hits the slowdowns.

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Buffer Test
1. Jump out 101/102 or 201/202 to eliminate the terminal slowdowns. Repeat the Terminal
Slowdown Test.

2. After test, set rotary switch to position 1 to put car on Inspection and jump out final limits as
per job prints.

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3. Run elevator up or down using BTN1 for up and BTN3 for down to test the buffers.

Section 2
Remove the jumpers, check elevator and hoistway before running high speed and returning to

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Removal
NOTE: THE FUJITEC MILLENNIUM II MAINTENANCE BOARD MUST BE REMOVED PRIOR TO LEAVING THE
JOBSITE.

1. Reset rotary switch on CPU Board to 0 for Automatic operation before removing the
maintenance board.

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2. Remove Maintenance Board from the CPU Board at Connector JJ (see Figure 2 - 1).

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CAUTION

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DO NOT REMOVE WHILE THE ELEVATOR IS MOVING.

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3. Close and secure controller.
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