KONE


Overview

This document outlines how to integrate a Mercury-Security EP-4502 to the KONE Destination Control System (DCS). The KONE DSC integration supports up 128 total floors. When using front and rear entry points within the elevator cab, each entry point is considered to be a distinct destinations. A 32 story building using front and rear entry points requires a total of 64 destinations.

Supported Reader Types

  • Destination Operation Panel (DOP) - Destination selection panels outside of the elevator car. Each DOP will be configured as a reader
  • Car Operation Panel (COP) - Destination selection panels inside the elevator car. Each COP will be configured as a reader
  • Turnstile (RCGIF) – Turnstiles are half-height sensor barrier solutions designed for public and commercial buildings and airports. Each turnstile will be configured as a reader.

Supported Modes

The following reader modes are available when using the KONE DCS integration. These modes can be manually set or controlled through Tasks.

  • DCS Traditional Basic Set – Supports DOPs.

  • DCS Traditional Extended Set – Supports DOPs with optional calltypes support.

  • DCS Hybrid Basic Set – Supports DOPs and COPs.

  • DCS Hybrid Extended Set – Supports DOPs and COPs with optional calltypes support.

  • Conventional Elevator – Supports COPs.

  • Turnstile Integration – Supports RCGIF commands for turnstiles.

Access It! Universal.NET Licensing
The following licensing option must be enabled within the Access It! Universal.NET dongle and is a system wide option.

  • Advanced Elevator Control - Yes
  • Integrated Reader x/x

Required Components

The following components are required to complete the integration:

  • Access It!® Universal.NET min s/w v6.1
  • LP/EP-4502-KONE Controller min f/w 1.257

EP-4502-KONE Configuration

EP Web Browser

  1. On the EP-4502 set S1 - Configuration DIP Switch DIP 2 ON
  2. On the EP-4502 set S1 - Configuration DIP Switch DIPs 1, 3 & 4 OFF
  3. Apply power to the EP-4502 controller
  4. Manually configure a computer to 192.168.0.100
  5. Using a crossover cable, connect computer to the on-board NIC of the EP-4502
  6. Open a web browser and navigate to 192.168.0.251
  7. On the EP-4502 set S1 - Configuration DIP Switch DIP 1 ON
  8. Click Click Here to Login
  9. Click Continue to this website (not recommended).
  10. Enter a Username of admin
  11. Enter a Password of password
  12. Click Network from the left hand menu
  13. Under the section Interface 1, select Use Static IP configuration:
    • IP Address: <Set accordingly>
    • Subnet Mask: <Set accordingly>
    • Default Gateway: <Set accordingly>
      Interface 1 is used to communicate to the KONE system and must be in the same subnet as the KGC.
  14. Click Accept
  15. Click Host Comm from the left hand menu
  16. Within the Data Security drop list, select TLS if Available
  17. Click Accept
  18. Click Auto-Save from the left hand menu
  19. Set the Card Database Size accordingly
  20. Wait 60 seconds for EP controller to reboot
  21. Remove power from the EP controller
  22. Set all S1 - Configuration DIP Switch DIPs OFF
  23. Apply power to the EP controller

Access It! Universal.NET

  1. Within Access It! Universal.NET, create a new IP Server Channel
  2. Within Access It! Universal.NET, create a new EP-4502 with the specified amount of memory from the web configuration
  3. Select the KONE protocal for port 4 or port 5
  4. Configure the Comm tab to use the new Channel and the IP address added within the Interface 1 setting from the web configuration
  5. Select the Elevator Tab
  6. Enter the total number of destinations used by the KONE DCS
    A front and rear entry floor is considered two separate destinations.
  7. If the elevator cab has a front and rear entry door select (check) the option Elevator cabs have rear floors
  8. Enter the maximum number of cab access configurations
    Cab Access is applied to a card and defines which cabs an indivual can use. Cab Access Configuration can be created by clicking the Edit Configurations button.
  9. Select (check) the Primary KONE DCS controller if this is the only KONE controller or if this is the controller that will define the global floor configuration
    Only one primary controller can be installed per site.
  10. Configure the global floor configuration for each floor
    Global Floor Configuration is a default site-wide floor override. Individual floor override can be used in conjuction within the reader properties screen.
  11. Click Save

KONE KGC Configuration

The following steps must be completed for both the primary and backup Kone Group Controllers 

  1. Within Access It! Universal.NET, navigate to the hardware tree
  2. Expand SCPs
  3. Expand the LP/EP-4502 KONE SCP
  4. Select SIOs
  5. Edit the first available uninstalled SIO
  6. Assign a friendly name for this KGC
  7. Select (check) the device installed checkbox
  8. Select the KONE Group Controller model
  9. Enter the IP Address and Port number as needed
    Port 2005 is the default
  10. Click Save

Reader Configuration

  1. Within Access It! Universal.NET, edit a reader installed under the LP/EP-4502
  2. Within the Access configuration drop list, select the KOE Elevator Group Control
  3. Configure the Floor code override as needed
  4. Configure the Floor code override (offline) as needed
  5. Select the Extended Feature tab
  6. Within the Extended feature type drop list, select the KONE feature type
  7. Select Panel Type as needed
  8. Enter ID as needed
  9. Enter Floor Number / Group Number as needed
  10. Select if call types are supported or not
  11. Enter Open timeout as needed
  12. If needed, select the Floor Description tab to assign a friendly name to the floor number (Optional)
    When using a front and rear entry elevator cab each side is considered a unique floor. For example if using 8 floors with front and rear, the floor numbering would be: Floor 1 = 1R (rear), Floor 2 = 1F (front),  Floor 3 = 2R, Floor 4 = 2F,  Floor 5 = 3R, Floor 6 = 3F, Floor 7 = 4R, Floor 8 = 4F.
  13. Click Save

 Floor Code Configuration

  1. Navigate to the Floor Codes screen within the Configuration menu
  2. Click the New button on the toolbar
  3. Enter an appropriate floor code name into the Floor Code Name field
  4. Select a timezone to be assigned to the floor(s)
  5. Select the appropriate reader from the previous reader setup (Optional)
    When reader is selected the friendly name is displayed
  6. Select the floor(s) to be assigned to the floor code from the Available Floors list
  7. Move the selected floor(s) and timezone to the Assigned Floor / Assigned Timezone by clicking the > button. To move all the available floors to the Assigned Floor / Assigned Timezone with the current timezone selected, click the >> button
    To assign a different timezone to an already assigned floor, remove the assigned floor by selecting it from the Assigned Floor / Assigned Timezone and click the < button. Click the << button to remove all of the assigned floors to assign a different timezone to them.
  8. Click Save

Access Level Configuration

  1. Navigate to the Access Levels screen within the Configuration menu
  2. Click the New button on the toolbar
  3. Enter an appropriate access level name into the Access Level Name field
  4. Select the Elevator tab
  5. Select a floor code to be assigned to a reader
  6. Select the reader(s) to be assigned to the floor code from the Available Readers list
  7. Move the selected reader(s) to the Assigned Reader / Assigned FloorCode by clicking the > button. To move all the available readers to the Assigned Reader / Assigned FloorCode with the current floorcode selected, click the >> button
    To assign a different floorcode to an already assigned reader, remove the assigned reader by selecting it from the Assigned Reader / Assigned FloorCode and click the < button. Click the << button to remove all of the assigned readers to assign a different floorcode to them.
  8. Click Save

Card Configuration

  1. Within Access It! Universal.NET, create a new card or edit an existing card
  2. Select the Elevator tab
  3. Click New
  4. Assign the default floor number for the card
  5. Assign the default door
  6. Select the KONE User Type. Valid options are:
    • (Normal) - When presented, a normal call is made to the Elevator
    • Handicap -When presented, a handicapped call is made to the Elevator 
    • Priority - When presented, a priority call is made to the Elevator 
    • Empty -When presented, a empty call is made to the Elevator 
    • Space Allocation - When presented, a space allocation call is made to the Elevator 
  7. Select the Cab access configuration as needed
  8. Click Save

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