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2007.03.07
Flow2 stairlift
Tab 04: Install, adjust and release
Installation without flash card data
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Fig. 7-8
Fig. 7-9
Fig. 7-10
Example: Rail with 2 charging contacts and 2 call and park units:
We then have a rail such as shown in Fig. 7-8. For this rail, both contacts have to be programmed as
halt locations. If the parking location is at the bottom of the stairs, 0 must be entered for both units as
the 'PARK' position. The nearest charging contact number can be entered as the logical 'CALL'
position for both units, so 0 for the 'bottom unit' and 1 for the 'top unit'.
Example: Rail with 3 charging contacts and 2 call and park units:
Suppose that the customer wants to park the lift somewhere in the middle of the stairs. We then get
a rail as shown in Fig. 7-9, with P1 as the parking place. The two furthest contacts are then the halt
locations.
1 must now be entered as the 'PARK' position for both call and park units. The nearest charging
contact number can also be entered here as the logical 'CALL' position for both units, so 0 for the
'bottom unit' and 2 for the 'top unit'.
Example: Rail with 3 charging contacts and 2 call and park unit:
Suppose that the customer wants to park the lift right at the top end of the rail, for example in a dead
corner of the staircase. We then get a rail as shown in Fig. 7-10, with P2 as the parking place. The
other two contacts are the halt locations. 2 must now be entered as the 'PARK' position for both call
and park units. The nearest charging contact number can now also be entered here as the logical
'CALL' position for both units, so 0 for the 'bottom unit' and 1 for the 'top unit'.
The important point is that the control sees the furthest charging contact positions as the end of the
rail. It is not possible to go past these points. Should this in an extreme case be necessary, a
'dummy' contact must then be programmed. Such a contact then exists in the control, but there is no
charging contact fitted on the rail at this position. When the lift is located here, an audible signal will
be heard.
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