Lift Interface installation and Configuration
The Lift Interface is a Riser Device and therefore needs to be connected to the Ipervoice System using a 1039/50 and 1039/20.
If there is not a 1039/50 Gateway for example if it is a full IP system. The 1039/50 Gateway will need to be connected to the LAN and added via New Devices and allocated to the relevant Block/Stair.
A 1039/20 Power Supply Unit will also be required this will supply the power to the 1039/37’s
Multiple 1039/37’s can be connected to a riser dependent on the number of lift relays required. These will just link in the Bus out to Bus in connections.
The device needs to be added to the Ipervoice Database this is done by modification of the existing database.
Login in to Ipervoice Server Username and Password required
On the Left Hand Side tree menu
Click on Block it is required to be added to and Stair then click on Gateway
Click on Add a Lift
Complete the Name and the Code, the code need to be unique number convention is 01 for Lift Interface 1 02 for lift interface 2 etc
Repeat for all Lift Interface
For ease of allocation Label the Relays with the floors they will be connected to
Click on Paths
Add a Path
Created the required paths to allocate processes to relay activations
Navigate to the LHS Tree Menu and select Floors
Click on Floor to allocate the relays
Allocate the relay/relays required to be activated under the condition, all 24 relays can be activated at once.
This needs to be repeated per floor
This is known as the simple configuration where all Paths are allocated to the same relays
For Advance configuration click on the Advanced Tab this will allow for each path to be allocated separately.
Once the Lift Interfaces are configured then the configuration file will need to be sent to the individual unit.
This is achieved either using an Android based smart mobile or a Bluetooth enabled laptop.
A DAT file will need to be created by the server this is done by accessing the maintenance tab - write to mobile and then download DAT file. This file will then need to be saved to the laptop or transferred to the Android Mobile.
A 1039/56 Bluetooth dongle will need to be plugged into the 1039/37 and the file is transferred to the lift interface one at a time.
Once all the files have been transferred the status of the Lift interface can be checked on the Ipervoice front end the status needs to be ALIVE or the 1039/37 will not work.
Any further changes will not need to be transferred as the 1039/37 will now have an ID on the Ipervoice bus.
The 1039/37 uses a common for the first 12 relays and a second common for relays 13-24 this can be joined together to be used for all relays.