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MANISS950
INSTALLATION MANUAL
SImplIcIty+
2 MINIVATOR SIMPLICITY+ INSTALLATION MANUAL
pre-installation check list
1 Check that all of the required components
are available. You should have 7 boxes.
These are colour coded so that identification
of any handed components is simple. The
table below shows the colour of the boxes
that you require.
cOmpONENt left hand Right hand
Smart Seat base pURplE GREEN
Smart Seat back
BlAcK
power pack
Fitting kit
Smart Seat Upholstery
Bottom track Section
top track Section
e.g. a left hand lift comprises 1 purple and
6 black boxes; a right hand lift comprises
1 green and 6 black boxes.
2 Installation tools required
• Loading toggle • 2.5mm Allen key
• Shorting links • 3mm Allen key
• 10mm spanner • 4mm Allen key
• 10mm socket • 5mm Allen key
• Narrow nosed pliers • 6mm Allen key
• 13mm socket (ball ended)
• 17mm socket • 8mm Allen key
• Side cutters • Spirit level
• 8mm spanner • Handlamp
• 13mm spanner • Hacksaw
• 17mm spanner • Tin snips
• No. 2 Pozi-drive
Note: The installation engineer must check
with Minivator for the latest installation manual
issue number.
Minivator Simplicity+
installation manual
Smart Seat
Issue No of this manual is 2011-1
ORIGINAl lANGUAGE ENGlISH
Figure 1
Figure 2 Figure 3
MINIVATOR SIMPLICITY+ INSTALLATION MANUAL 3
track assembly
track assembly
Before beginning the installation please
ensure that the track is the required length.
Refer to Appendix 5 for details.
Items required: tools required:
• Fit kit • 2.5mm Allen key
Splice bars x 3 • 3mm Allen key
Track ends cap x 1 • 6mm Allen key
Red bag • 13mm Spanner
8 x bolts • Hacksaw
4 x grub screws • Tin snips
Final limit stops x 1
End stops x 1
Mounting feet x 3
• Top track section x 1
• Bottom track section x 1
1 Position the bottom section of the track (2m)
on the stairs with the splice holes at the top
(Figure 1). Regardless of the hand of the lift
the rack should always be on the left hand
side of the track when looking up the stairs.
2 Bolt in the splice bars to the bottom section of
track extrusion (Figure 2) using 2 grub screws
for the top splice bar and the 4 bolts in the
bottom splice bars (from the red fittings bag).
Figure 7Figure 5
Figure 4
Figure 6
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track assembly
Note: Ensure that the splice bars are positioned
in the track in the correct orientation. The splice
bar has three flat faces and one sloping face.
The sloping face MUST be positioned against
the sloping face on the extrusion (Figure 3).
3 If the track is less than 2000mm and cutting
to length on site:
a Remove the charge spring contact
(Figure 4).
b Using the loading tool, push the plastic
carrier strip up the top section of track
(Figure 5).
Figure 8
Figure 9
Figure 10
MINIVATOR SIMPLICITY+ INSTALLATION MANUAL 5
track assembly
c At the top end of the top section use a
hacksaw to remove the excess plastic
carrier strip (Figure 6).
d Carefully replace the charge spring contact.
4 Position the top section of track adjacent
to the bottom section of track (Figure 7).
5 Offer up the adjacent track section in the
normal way. Run the two core top safety
edge/end cap cable to the top of the track.
Bolt together the two track sections as normal.
6 Bolt both sections of track together (Figure 8).
The bolts should be tightened in sequence:
a left bottom d left top
b centre bottom e centre top
c right bottom f right top
Repeat this process until the bolts are all secure
(torque setting 8-9Nm).
7 Push the plastic carrier strip down from the
top track section to meet the plastic carrier
strip in the bottom section. The plastic carrier
strip will finish 10mm short of the end of the
track. Carefully feed down the copper charge
strip (Figure 9) and trim to the same length
as the plastic carrier strip.
8 Check that the charge strip has made proper
contact with the spring contact at the bottom
of the track (Figure 4).
Note: Ensure that the track is connected
with all faces level so that no step is present
in the joint.
Note: Excessive force can damage and
prevent the spring contact from making
a proper connection.
9 Slide the three mounting feet on to the track
(Figure 10).
Note: See page 8 for Slide Track positioning.
Figure 11
Figure 12
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track assembly
10 Position the feet in the following way
(Figure 11):
a The top foot should be positioned on the
last tread.
b The middle foot should be positioned
immediately next to the spliced joint. If the
top section is longer than the bottom then
the foot should be ABOVE the spliced joint,
if not, then the foot should be BELOW the
spliced joint.
c The bottom foot should be positioned on
the first tread.
11 Loosely tighten the feet to stop them from
moving. The feet will help to stop the track
from moving on the stairs while the next
steps are performed.
Note: If the stairlift is being fitted to a staircase
with open bannisters on the bannister side
they must be covered with a solid sheet
material for safety.
12 If the power supply is:
a At the top of the track:
• Feed the long power cable with the push
terminals from the power supply through
the large cavity in the assembled track.
b At the bottom of the track:
• Bring the long power cable with the push
terminals from the power supply to the
bottom of the track.
13 Slide the track up the stairs and position it
centrally to give you sufficient room to work
comfortably at the bottom of the stairs.
14 Connect the positive push terminal (WHITE
CABLE) to the red push terminal attached
to the busbar (Figure 12).
15 Connect the negative push terminal (BLACK
CABLE) to the push terminal from the track.
16 Fit the bottom end stop and final limit stop
to the bottom of the track only (Figure 13).
Figure 13
Figure 14
MINIVATOR SIMPLICITY+ INSTALLATION MANUAL 7
track assembly
Note: The shorter (square ended stop)
must be fitted in the top channel – failure
to do this correctly could damage the lift.
17 Fit the bottom end cap to the track
(Figure 14), ensuring that the power supply
cable is fed through the channel provided
so that it exits the track on the WALL side.
18 Tighten the grub screws to secure the end
cap to the track.
19 Now slide the bottom end stop and final limit
stop so that they sit against the positioning
extensions of the end cap and then tighten
the grub screws (Figure 14).
Note: The grub screws on the end cap
should not be over tightened.
Second foot
Splice
Third/
last foot
Figure 17Figure 16
Figure 15
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Feet positioning
Feet positioning
Items required: tools required:
• None • 13mm Spanner
• 13mm Socket
1 Slide the track to the side of the stairs that
it will be finally located to position the feet.
The feet should be positioned so that they
are touching the stringer (Figure 15).
Note: If the stringer does not extend to the
tread, i.e. it overhangs the staircase, use a
plumb line to mark a position on the stairs.
The feet should all be positioned in this way.
Figure 18
Figure 19
Figure 20
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Feet positioning
2 With the end of the track positioned so that
it is just touching the floor ensure that the
feet are still positioned on the stair treads
as previously described (Figure 11), i.e:
a The top foot should be positioned on
the last tread.
b The middle foot should be positioned
immediately above the spliced joint.
c The bottom foot should be positioned
on the first tread.
3 Tighten the bolts on the feet (Figure 16).
Slide track only
4 Position the first (fixed) foot on the second
step of the staircase. Then position and
loosely fix the second foot to the stairs,
two full steps below the track splice point
(or the end of the track for a single section
track), to allow clearance when the Slide
Track moves (Figure 17). The track should
be approximately 25mm from the nose of
the stairs.
5 Position the remaining feet on the steps and
loosely fix them to the stairs. The last foot
needs to be positioned two full steps down
from the top of the stairs, whilst the third foot
should be as close as possible to the splice.
6 The feet should sit as close as possible to the
stringer (Figure 18).
Note: Track may need to be moved out
to ensure seat clears.
7 If the track was not delivered pre-cut to
the correct length, trim the communications
busbar to the appropriate length to
accommodate the top end cap (Figures
4, 5 and 19).
8 Clip on the stringer-side roller covers using
the tacks provided. Then, with the track in
approximately the correct position, put a
screw into each foot to stabilise the track
(Figure 20).
Figure 21
Figure 22
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loading the power pack
loading the power pack
Items required: tools required:
• Power pack • Loading toggle
• Fit Kit • Shorting links
End cap x 1
Green bag
Wood screws x 12
Final limit stops x 1
End stops x 1
Busbar pickup loading tool
(x 2 for Slide Track)
1 Carry the power pack box to the top of the
stairs.
2 Unpack the power pack from its box carefully.
3 Move the track away from the stringer slightly,
around 150mm, to give you more room to
work.
4 Remove the blanking plates from the side of
the power pack that will be facing the stairs
(Figure 21).
5 Connect the limit switch shorting links
(Figures 21 and 22).
6 Connect the driving links (or loading toggle)
(Figures 21 and 22).
7 Ensure that the busbar pickup loading tool
is correctly positioned (Figure 23).
8 Carefully slide the power pack onto the track
until the drive pinion meets the beginning of
the rack (Figure 24).
9 Turn the power pack on from the main switch
on the lower safety edge (Figure 25).
10 Using the loading driving links or toggle
switch (Figure 26), drive the power pack
onto the track. The power pack should be
driven to a position approximately half way
between the top and middle foot.
11 Fit the top end stop and final limit stop to the
top of the track (Figure 27).
Note: The shorter (square ended stop) must
be fitted in the top channel – failure to do
this correctly could damage the lift.
12 Fit the top end cap to track and tighten the
grub screws to secure it.
Note: The grub screws on the end cap should
not be over tightened. If the power supply
is being connected at the top of the stairs,
ensure that the power supply cable is fed
through the channel provided so that it exits
the track on the WALL side.
13 Now slide the top end stop and final limit
stop so that they sit against the positioning
extensions of the end cap and then tighten
the grub screws.
Figure 24
Figure 25
Figure 27
Figure 28
Figure 26Figure 23
MINIVATOR SIMPLICITY+ INSTALLATION MANUAL 11
loading the power pack
Figure 30
Figure 31
Figure 29
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loading the power pack
Note: The final limit stop jacking screw
should only be used if the final limit is not
being recognised when the pack is run on the
track. Tighten one full turn max after contact
(Figure 28).
Slide track installations
14 When loading the pack take care to correctly
position the two busbar pickup loading tools
(Figure 29).
15 In order to load the pack dipswitch 2 on the
main PCB must be set to the OFF position.
Once loaded this dipswitch should be
returned to the ON position to enable the
Slide Track (see wiring diagrams).
Note: Do not drive the power pack in the UP
direction until the top end cap has been fitted.
The busbar may move and lose contact with
the spring at the bottom of the track.
16 Connect the power supply to the ring main or
fused spur. A 400mm long “lazy loop” must
be left by the stringer near the point under
the centre of the track where the power cable
enters the track. This is to allow slack for the
Slide Track’s travel (Figure 30).
17 Connect the top track safety edge assembly
(active end cap) remembering to attach the
additional wires (Figure 31).
Figure 33
Figure 34
Figure 35Figure 32
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Fitting the front chassis
Fitting the front chassis
to the power pack
Items required: tools required:
• Front chassis • Side cutters
• 6mm Allen key
• 8mm Allen key
• Spirit level
Two cover plates and various front chassis bolts
and fixings should be packed with the front
chassis assembly including the safety bolt and
four seat back bolts (Figure 32).
Before fitting the front chassis feed the loom
through the tear shaped cover plate and then
attach it to the power pack (Figure 33).
1 Depending upon the hand of the stairlift
being fitted, remove the appropriate pair of
knock-outs (Figure 34 – left hand shown).
2 Gently pull down the footplate to get access
to the panel.
3 Ensure that the loom from the pack is
correctly positioned and does not interfere
with the underpan safety edge (Figure 35).
4 Fit the fixing block, bolts and spacers to the
front chassis.
Figure 37
Figure 38
Figure 36
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Fitting the front chassis
5 Offer the seat chassis to the power unit, and
using the bolts and spacers secure the seat
chassis to the power unit, ensuring that the
chassis is in the correct vertical alignment
(Figure 36).
Note: The power unit has an arched slot on
the seat chassis interface, to set the angle
of the seat and footplate.
Note: Use a spirit level positioned on the top
of the front chassis, or on the footplate, to
ensure that correct alignment is achieved.
6 Fit the safety bolt (Figure 37). This needs to
be left loose enough to allow the rear cover to
pass behind it.
Note: On left hand installations on staircases
steeper than 38° the alternative safety bolt
position must be used (Figure 38).
Figure 40
Figure 41
Figure 39
MINIVATOR SIMPLICITY+ INSTALLATION MANUAL 15
Fitting the seat base
Fitting the seat base
Items required: tools required:
• Seat base • 10mm socket
• Cover plate • 13mm socket
• 2 x clips • Narrow nosed pliers
• 6mm Allen key
1 Depending upon the hand of the stairlift being
fitted, remove the appropriate knock-outs
from the chassis top rear cover (Figure 39 –
left hand shown). Refer to the table below
for the number of knock-outs to be removed
for the client height.
Required seat
to footplate
height (mm)
Knock-outs
to be
removed
540 1
515 2
490 3
465 4
440 5
430 5
2 Load the seat base and feed the two seat
post retaining bolts through the washers and
the seat stems into the bottom front chassis;
selecting the appropriate seat height for the
client by using the holes corresponding to
the height that is required (Figure 40).
3 Tighten the seat post stabilising bolts
(Figure 41), and tighten the safety bolt.
4 Remove the lowest of the available central
knockouts from the top rear cover and feed
through the main pack loom (Figure 42).
5 Using the clips provided (Figure 43) fit the
cover plate to the front chassis (Figure 44).
Figure 42
Figure 43
Figure 44
Fitting the seat base / seat back
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Fitting the seat back
Items required: tools required:
• Seat back • 6mm ball ended Allen key
Redundant connections are present to allow
easy re-handing of seats. connections must
be made according to the handing of the
stairlift; i.e. for a stairlift with left-hand toggle
switch and key switch (always together on
one side), those connections must be made
to left hand arm. the right arm will then
house a powered footplate switch (if fitted).
1 Place the seat back onto the seat base and
using a ball ended 6mm Allen key secure
it with the four bolts and washers provided
(Figure 45).
2 Make the upper seat wiring connections
as follows (Figure 46);
a Key switch connection:
green and orange to green and orange.
b Toggle switch: blue, white and brown
to blue, white and brown
Arm switched powered footplate only
c Powered footplate:
Twin Yellow to twin Yellow
Note: The toggle switch connection must be
made through the interlock loom to enable
the arm interlock functionality (Figure 47).
3 Tidy the cables to the back of the seat
(Figure 48).
Emergency swivel lever
1 Feed the anti-tamper seal through the
emergency swivel lever (Figure 49).
2 Near the front flap of the seat there is a large
and a small hole. Pass the anti-tamper seal
through the small hole, then feed it back
through the larger hole and back on itself
through the hole in the end of the anti-tamper
seal. The lever should be attached on the
down side of the lift.
Figure 47
Figure 48
Figure 49
Figure 45
Figure 46
Fitting the seat back
MINIVATOR SIMPLICITY+ INSTALLATION MANUAL 17
3 Pull the anti-tamper seal tight and trim off any
excess to leave the lever hanging securely.
Note: The user must be informed that the
lever is for emergency use only.
To use, the lever should be twisted to break the
anti-tamper seal. The lever can then be inserted
into the swivel lever socket. It must be held in
place to operate the swivel mechanism.
Figure 50
Figure 51
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Electrical connections / chassis covers
Electrical connections
Items required: tools required:
• None • None
1 Make seat and footplate electrical connections
(Figure 50).
a Connect the key switch loom
(orange and green).
b Connect the toggle loom
(white, blue and brown).
c Connect the safety edge loom
(flat six way connection: 2 x brown,
2 x red and 2 x violet).
d Connect the six way footplate loom.
powered footplate only
e Connect the powered footplate looms
(twin yellow and grey comms).
power swivel only
f Connect the grey powered swivel loom.
g Connect the shielded swivel loom earth
ring terminal.
2 Test the function of the powered features,
including the toggle (see pages 24/25).
Fit the front chassis covers
Items required: tools required:
• Top front chassis cover • Side cutters
• Bottom front chassis cover
1 Clip in the bottom front cover and fit the panel
fixing push studs.
2 Fit the top front cover and secure with the
supplied panel fixing push studs (Figure 51).
Figure 53Figure 52
Figure 54
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Fitting the seat upholstery
Fitting the seat upholstery
Items required: tools required:
• Seat upholstery • Screw driver
1 Clip in the seat back, starting with the top
two clips (Figure 52) and then screw in the
seat belt cover mouldings (Figure 53).
2 Fit the main seat cushion.
3 Fit the seat flap cushion.
4 Fit the arm upholstery. Starting at the front,
press the upholstery into the arm recess.
(Figure 54).
Figure 56
Figure 57
Figure 58Figure 55
20 MINIVATOR SIMPLICITY+ INSTALLATION MANUAL
Securing the track
Securing the track
Items required: tools required:
• Fit kit • Spirit level
Green bag • Tape measure
Woodscrews • No. 2 Pozi-drive
1 Drive the power pack up and down the
stairs to ensure that it will not encounter any
unforeseen obstacles (Figure 55).
Note: Look for any other potential obstacles
such as window ledges or exposed pipework
that could obstruct the movement of the lift
at this stage.
Figure 59
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Securing the track
Note: If there are any other obstacles move
the track away from the wall until the rear edge
of the power pack can travel freely past them.
2 Drive the stairlift to the top of the track.
If the footplate does NOT finish level with
the landing then:
a Drive the stairlift so that the footplate is level
with the top of the stairs (Figure 56).
b Measure the distance from the top safety
edge to the inside face of the end cap
(Figure 57).
c Drive the stairlift halfway down the stairs.
d Carefully slide the top of the track into the
middle of the staircase so that you have
access to the end stops (you may not need
to do this if you are installing a left hand lift).
e Loosen the grub screws on the bottom stop
(the ramped one) so that you can just slide it.
Note: Be careful not to loosen the grub
screws fully – the bottom stop may slide
all the way down the track.
f Slide the bottom stop down the track so
that the distance from the top edge of the
stop to the inside face of the end cap is the
same as the distance measured from the
safety edge to the end cap (Figure 58).
g Tighten the grub screws.
h Re-position the track in its final location as
previously described.
i Drive the stairlift back to the top of the stairs
and check that the footplate now finishes
level with the landing (Figure 57).
j Make minor adjustments as necessary and
repeat process until the footplate finishes
level with the landing.
3 Secure the feet to the staircase using the
woodscrews provided in the Green bag
from the fit kit (Figure 59).
Note: If you are installing the Simplicity track
on onto a carpet that is very thick and is
liable to compress significantly under load
you MUST space the track 10mm from the
nose of the staircase. Failure to do so may
result in the footplate safety edge operating,
stopping the lift.
4 Fit the power supply to the wall in an
appropriate position using the bracket
supplied.
Figure 60
Figure 61
Remote control handsets
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Remote control handsets
Items required: tools required:
• Handsets • No. 2 Pozi-drive
• 5mm Allen key
programming
The infra-red remote control handsets supplied
with the lift should work out of the box. If the lift
does not travel up and down the stairs when the
corresponding handset buttons are pressed, or
if there are multiple lifts in one area, follow the
procedure set out below.
1 Drive the lift to the third or fourth step so that
it is at a comfortable height to work on.
2 Remove the bottom safety edge by undoing
the two visible cross head screws on the top
edge and the one hidden Allen by the track
(Figure 60).
3 Slide the bottom safety edge down the track
to expose the control board and batteries.
4 Bring both handsets to the lift and then
programme the handset to the board in the
following way.
a For single lift applications:
i Press and hold the red button on the
PCB (Figure 61) – a yellow LED will
illuminate on the PCB.
ii Press any button on the handset
and the yellow light will go out.
iii Programming is complete.
Note: Low energy light bulbs can interfere
with the infrared signal causing the lift to stop
and start. Reprogramming the handsets with
the lights on can resolve this problem.
Figure 63
Figure 64
Figure 65 Figure 66Figure 62
Remote control handsets
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b For multiple lift applications:
i Remove the red dipswitch protection cap
with a small screwdriver (Figure 62).
ii Set the dipswitches on the PCB on both
handsets to the same settings – note
that the next pair of handsets will require
the dipswitches to be set to a different
combination (see Figure 63).
iii Press and hold the red button on the
PCB (Figure 61) – a yellow LED will
illuminate on the PCB.
iv Press any button on one handset and
the yellow light will go out.
v Programming is complete.
5 Test that the handsets have programmed
correctly by pressing the up and down button
on each and check that the lift moves in the
corresponding direction.
Fitting the handset holder
Note: The handset MUST be fixed into the
holder by screwing through the holder into
the handset (Figure 64).
1 Fit the hand control holder to the wall in the
required position using the fixings supplied
(Figures 65 and 66).
Figure 68
Figure 67
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testing
testing
Items required: Items required:
• Handsets • None
All variants
1 Sit on the lift and drive up and down the
track to ensure that the footplate clears
the nose of the risers along the complete
length of the track.
2 Check that the lift charges correctly:
a Drive the lift to the top charge contacts
and ensure that ‘-’ shows in the diagnostic
display.
b Drive the lift to the bottom charge contacts
and ensure that ‘-’ shows in the diagnostic
display.
3 Check the key switch operation
a Turn the key to the off position and ensure
that the lift will not drive – ‘0’ should show
in the diagnostic display when you try and
drive the lift with the key switch in the off
position.
b Turn the key switch back on.
4 Ensure that all of the safety edges on the
power pack are functioning (Figure 67).
a Drive the lift in the up direction.
b Press the top safety edge
– the lift should stop.
c Drive the lift in the down direction.
d Press the bottom safety edge
– the lift should stop.
5 Check the safety edges on the footplate
and front chassis (Figure 68).
a Drive the lift in the up direction.
b Press the upstairs edge of the footplate
– the lift should stop.
c Drive the lift in the down direction.
d Press the downstairs edge of the footplate
– the lift should stop.
MINIVATOR SIMPLICITY+ INSTALLATION MANUAL 25
testing
d Depress the down button and keep it
depressed.
e Observe the function of the lift.
The lift should:
i Beep whilst swivelling the seat to the
drive position.
ii Drive down the stairs.
2 Sit on the stairlift:
a Drive the lift down from the top of the stairs.
b Push the toggle switch in the up direction
and hold it in that position.
c Observe the function of the lift.
The lift should:
i Drive up the stairs.
ii Stop at the top of the track.
iii Beep whilst swivelling the seat to the
exit position.
d Use the manual over-ride lever to swivel
back to the drive position.
e Use the manual over-ride lever to swivel
back to the exit position.
f Push the toggle switch in the down
direction and hold it in that position.
g Observe the function of the lift.
The lift should:
i Beep whilst swivelling the seat to the
drive position.
ii Drive down the stairs.
e Drive the unit in the down direction.
f Press the underside of the footplate
– the lift should stop.
g Drive the lift in the down direction.
h Press the underside of the front chassis
– the lift should stop.
power footplate only
1 For arm operated versions:
a Operate the switch under the arm.
b The footplate should lift.
c Operate the switch in the opposite
direction.
d The footplate should lower.
2 For seat operated versions:
a Lift the front seat squab.
b The footplate should lift.
c Lower the front seat squab.
d The footplate should lower.
manual swivel only
1 Check the swivel interlock:
a Drive the lift in the up direction.
b Swivel the seat – the lift should stop.
c Drive the lift in the down direction.
d Swivel the seat – the lift should stop.
power swivel only
1 Using the handset:
a Drive the lift down from the top of the stairs.
b Depress the up button and keep it
depressed.
c Observe the function of the lift.
The lift should:
i Drive up the stairs.
ii Stop at the top of the track.
iii Beep whilst swivelling the seat to the exit
position.
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testing
Slide track installations only
1 Using the handset:
a Drive the lift to the top of the stairs.
b Depress the down button and keep
it depressed.
c Observe the function of the lift.
The lift should:
i Drive down the stairs at half speed
moving with the Slide Track.
ii Depending upon the length of the track:
• If the lift does not reach the end of the
track before the Slide Track has completed
its travel then the Slide Track will stop whilst
the lift will continue to the end of the track
and ramp up to normal speed.
• If the lift does reach the end of the track
before the Slide Track has completed its
travel then the stairlift will stop and the
Slide Track lift will continue to the end
of its travel.
d Depress the up button and keep
it depressed.
e Observe the function of the lift.
The lift should:
i Drive up the stairs.
ii Depending upon the length of the track:
• If the lift does not reach the end of the
track before the Slide Track has completed
its travel then the Slide Track will stop
whilst the lift will continue to the end of
the track and ramp up to normal speed.
• If the lift does reach the end of the track
before the Slide Track has completed its
travel then the stairlift will stop and the
Slide Track will continue to the end of
its travel.
2 Sit on the stairlift:
a Drive the lift to the top of the stairs.
b Push the toggle switch in the down
direction and hold it in that position.
c Observe the function of the lift.
The lift should:
i Drive down the stairs.
ii Depending upon the length of the track:
• If the lift does not reach the end of the
track before the Slide Track has completed
its travel then the Slide Track will stop whilst
the lift will continue to the end of the track
and ramp up to normal speed.
• If the lift does reach the end of the track
before the Slide Track has completed
its travel then the stairlift will stop and
the Slide Track will continue to the end
of its travel.
d Push the toggle switch in the up direction
and hold it in that position.
e Observe the function of the lift.
The lift should:
i Drive up the stairs.
ii Depending upon the length of the track:
• If the lift does not reach the end of the
track before the Slide Track has completed
its travel then the Slide Track will stop whilst
the lift will continue to the end of the track
and ramp up to normal speed.
• If the lift does reach the end of the track
before the Slide Track has completed
its travel then the stairlift will stop and
the Slide Track will continue to the end
of its travel.
3 Turn off the power supply to the charge
contacts.
4 Repeat steps 1 and 2 above.
5 Turn the power supply back on.
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Handover
Handover
Items required: Items required:
• None • None
Demonstrate the stairlift to the customer, carer
and any users or potential users before leaving
the installation site.
Please use the following checklist to ensure that
all of the items that should be demonstrated are
covered:
Feature Explanation Done?
Keyswitch Used to disable the stairlift against unauthorised use – especially
useful to prevent children from playing with the stairlift.
The stairlift will still charge with the keyswitch disabled.
On/off switch DO NOT turn the stairlift off using this switch unless you will not
be using the stairlift for a prolonged period such as a holiday.
Seat-belt The seat-belt should be used every time the stairlift is used.
Operating lever Which way is up / which way is down.
How the toggle can be used, e.g. with the fingers, palm of the
hand, etc.
The delay in pressing the lever before the stairlift will move.
Operating the
stairlift
Always keep your FEET ON THE FOOTPLATE whilst the stairlift
is in motion, and try to avoid your feet hanging over the edges
of the footplate.
Always sit fully back in the chair when the stairlift is in motion.
Demonstrate the ‘normal’ noise that a stairlift will make
in operation.
Remote control How to call and send the stairlift. The Simplicity can be parked
anywhere on the stairs and will continue to charge.
Folding the stairlift How to fold and unfold the stairlift.
The stairlift should be folded when not in use.
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Handover
Feature Explanation Done?
Operating
the swivel
How to operate the swivel.
Never swivel the seat whilst the stairlift is in motion.
Never remove the seat belt until the chair is swivelled.
Never dismount the chair unless the seat is in a locked position.
Never dismount the chair whilst the stairlift is in motion.
Diagnostic codes Show the section in the user manual about self help, using the
fault codes and the location of the display on the lift.
Reporting a fault What number should the customer call and what information
do they need to have available when they call.
Emergency hand
winding
When should this be done (overrun, with keyswitch off and
power on).
How to report a stairlift that has overrun repeatedly.
trapped articles Reverse the stairlift away from the trapped article and remove
the item before use.
Other warnings Never allow more than one person to use the stairlift at any one
time. The maximum carrying capacity is 140kg (22 stone/308lb).
The stairlift is designed for carrying people only.
NEVER allow children to play on or with the stairlift.
NEVER allow water to come into contact with the components in
the stairlift. If you have to transport liquids DO SO WITH CARE.
NEVER place objects in or on the track, or leave objects on the
stairs, where they could come into contact with the stairlift in
operation. Your stairlift is fitted with sensitive side edges and
undertray on the footplate, which will automatically stop the
stairlift if it detects any obstructions.
NEVER use the stairlift in a standing position.
Maintenance and repairs should only be undertaken by a
qualified engineer to maintain the validity of the warranty.
Under no circumstances attempt to repair or re-site the stairlift
yourself.
Servicing Recommend that the stairlift is serviced by a qualified engineer
after 12 months and every 12 months after that.
cleaning Turn the lift off using the key switch and clean with a damp, not
wet, lint free cloth and a small quantity of washing up liquid.
Do not use abrasive cleaners, bleach or solvent based cleaners
as they can damage the stairlift.
Figure 69
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maintenance
Items required: tools required:
• Lubricant – • None
petroleum jelly
• Cleaning materials
1 Lubricate the rack with a small quantity of
petroleum jelly:
a Apply a small amount of petroleum jelly at
4 equally spaced points along the track in
the rack recess (Figure 69).
b Run the lift up and down the track several
times to distribute the lubricant.
2 Check all of the safety features on the lift
as described in the ‘Testing’ section of the
installation manual.
3 Check that the lift still stops flush with the top
step and adjust as necessary – see page 20.
4 Sit on the lift and ride it up and down the
stairs several times:
a Listen for any unusual noises.
b Check for poor ride quality, especially
across the spliced joint.
5 Clean the track.
6 Clean the seat.
7 Clean the power pack.
Figure 70
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Appendix 2
Slide track fault finding
Symptom: Intermittent operation
cause: Copper strip not flat
– brush ‘bouncing’.
Solution: Flatten or replace copper strip
on comms busbar.
cause: Comms line dirty/non-conductive.
Solution: Clean/polish comms strip.
cause: Bad earth connection between
MS125 & 126EL PCBs.
Solution: Check power pack earth copper
connection is good for full travel
of lift (visual down track).
Symptom: lift stops and display blanks.
lift will not drive.
cause: Thermal fuse overheated.
Solution: Turn the lift off for 30 seconds
and then turn it back on.
cause: Short on comms circuit.
Solution: Find short between track and
comms and rectify.
Symptom: lift shuts down when loaded
on to track.
cause: Short on comms brush to track.
Solution: Use insulated brush loading tool.
Symptom: power swivel will not operate.
cause: Incorrect top limit reed switch
set up on Slide Track.
Solution: Adjust the limit switch position
(Figure 71).
top limit reed switch adjustment
• The power swivel needs to get a signal
from the reed switch inside the rail to work.
Therefore the reed switch may need moving
upward to the magnet housed inside the
hollow rolled section (captive by M6 hex
head screw facing downward on the fix foot).
• The centre of the reed switch should be
approximately 20mm away from the centre
of the magnet.
• There is a dogging hole that the reed switch
locates in for a reference. This can be
overridden by depressing the inside of this
hole to depress the catch, and then slide the
reed switch up the channel to get a signal.
20mm
Dogging hole
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code: meaning:
None No display.
Description:
telephone fault finding action:
Ask client to press toggle and see if display comes
on. Ask if main power switch on the lift is turned on.
If does not correct fault – send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Check batteries. Check display board is working
correctly. Check comms circuit for short circuit.
code: meaning:
Okay Charging.
Description:
telephone fault finding action:
If no other code is displayed and lift does not drive
– are the arms fully down? Ask client if 8 or 9 show in
the display when the toggle switch is activated – if no
send an engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Send engineer to check toggle and arm circuit.
code: meaning:
1 1 Requires charge.
Description:
telephone fault finding action:
Ask client to drive lift to charge contacts – if ‘Okay’
code does not show send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Drive lift to charge contacts. Check charging circuit if
‘Okay’ code not displayed.
code: meaning:
3 3 Top stop – Right hand
Bottom stop – Left hand.
Description:
End limits activated.
telephone fault finding action:
Ask client to tap trunnion guards in case they are stuck.
If this does not correct the fault – send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Check end limit circuit and trunnion guards.
code: meaning:
0 0 Final limit activated.
Description:
Keyswitch, seat swivel, OSG or overrun activated.
telephone fault finding action:
Ask client to ensure keyswitch is on and seat is fully
swivelled to drive position. If this does not correct
the fault – send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Test each item in turn to determine fault.
code: meaning:
2 2 Off charge.
Description:
telephone fault finding action:
Ask client to drive lift to charge contacts – if ‘Okay’
code does not show send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Drive lift to charge contacts. Check charging circuit
if ‘Okay’ code not displayed.
code: meaning:
4 4 Top pressure – Right hand
Bottom pressure – Left hand.
Description:
Safety edge (up/down direction) activated – footplate.
telephone fault finding action:
Ask client to tap footplate edges. If this does not
correct the fault – send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Check footplate leading edge.
Diagnostic codes
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Appendix 3
code: meaning:
5 5 Bottom stop – Right hand.
Top stop – Left hand.
Description:
End limits activated.
telephone fault finding action:
Ask client to tap trunnion guards in case they are stuck.
If this does not correct the fault – send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Check end limit circuit and trunnion guards.
code: meaning:
6 6 Bottom pressure – Right hand.
Top pressure – Left hand.
Description:
Safety edge (down/up direction) activated
– footplate, underpan.
telephone fault finding action:
Ask client to tap footplate edges. If this does not
correct the fault – send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Check footplate bottom and downside and chassis
underpan.
code: meaning:
7 7 Low voltage.
Description:
Batteries approaching critical level.
telephone fault finding action:
Ask client to drive lift to charge contacts – if ‘Okay’
code does not show send engineer. If the lift will not
drive – send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Drive lift to charge contacts. Check charging circuit if
‘Okay’ code not displayed. If lift will not drive replace
batteries and check charging circuit.
code: meaning:
8 8 Up direction – Right hand
Down direction – Left hand.
Description:
Shows when toggle switch is activated in up/down
direction.
telephone fault finding action:
None.
On site fault finding action:
None.
code: meaning:
9 Up direction – Left hand.
Down direction – Right hand.
Description:
Shows when toggle switch is activated in down/up
direction.
telephone fault finding action:
None.
On site fault finding action:
None.
code: meaning:
b Switch active.
Description:
A switch is active at power on i.e. Toggle up,
Toggle down, IR up IR down or Learn.
telephone fault finding action:
Send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
A short circuit has occurred on toggle circuit
– check circuit.
code: meaning:
A A Hinge open.
Description:
telephone fault finding action:
None.
On site fault finding action:
None.
code: meaning:
C C IR Address fail.
Description:
The IR Address (Dip switch) does not match.
telephone fault finding action:
Send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Re-program handsets.
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code: meaning:
d Relay not open (stopped).
Description:
The main power relay is welded closed.
telephone fault finding action:
Send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Replace main board.
code: meaning:
F F Brake semi-conductor failed.
Description:
telephone fault finding action:
Send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Replace main board.
code: meaning:
g Brake not connected.
Description:
telephone fault finding action:
Send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Check brake.
code: meaning: H H Relay not open (Pre delay).
Description:
The main power relay is closed early.
telephone fault finding action:
Send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Replace main board.
code: meaning:
n Half speed.
Description:
telephone fault finding action:
Send engineer if permanently showing.
On site fault finding action:
Check reed switches and dipswitch settings.
Check battery voltage.
code: meaning:
L L Current limit exceeded.
Description:
telephone fault finding action:
Check client understands loading limits.
Send engineer if persistent fault.
On site fault finding action:
Check motor and track for obstructions.
code: meaning:
E E Relay not closed.
Description:
The main power relay did not close.
telephone fault finding action:
Send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Check battery voltage and replace if necessary,
otherwise replace main board.
code: meaning: L J Hinge interlock switch error.
Description:
telephone fault finding action:
Send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Replace hinge interlock roller switch.
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code: meaning:
o Default Eeprom.
Description:
The Eeprom has been reset to its default value
(Flash Failure).
telephone fault finding action:
Send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Replace main board.
code: meaning:
P P PS no reply.
Description:
Powered swivel did not respond.
telephone fault finding action:
NOT YET ACTIVE.
On site fault finding action:
NOT YET ACTIVE.
code: meaning:
r No charge current.
Description:
Activated.
telephone fault finding action:
Check that power supply is switched on from mains
supply. If yes send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Check power supply.
code: meaning:
U U No float indication V1.19
software and later only.
Description:
Faulty power supply.
telephone fault finding action:
Send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Replace power supply.
code: meaning:
y Software error.
Description:
The main control board has a software fault.
telephone fault finding action:
Send engineer.
On site fault finding action:
Replace main board.
code: meaning:
N/A Over current.
Description:
N/A.
telephone fault finding action:
Send engineer with a service exchange power pack.
On site fault finding action:
Replace power pack.
code: meaning: .8. N/A Lift is in “sleep mode” to
conserve battery power.
Description:
telephone fault finding action:
None.
On site fault finding action:
Press toggle or handset button to wake lift.
Note: If the display is showing
anything but the diagnostic codes
listed it requires resetting.
Drive the lift off the charge contacts.
Turn the main switch on the unit off
for 10 seconds and then back on.
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24
V
FU
SE
D
H
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R
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EQ
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IR
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9
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8
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TO
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EN
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W
ER
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FT
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.
D
IP
1
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N
D
IP
2
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N
D
IP
SW
IT
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ET
TI
N
G
M
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25
D
IP
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IT
C
H
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TT
IN
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C
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12
6E
L
(O
N
S
LI
D
ET
R
A
C
K
)
TH
ES
E
D
IP
S
W
IT
C
H
ES
A
R
E
U
N
U
SE
D
O
N
DEFAULTOFF
SLIDEDISABLE
PINGDISABLE
PLATFORMDISABLE
DEFAULTOFF
DEFAULTOFF
SLOWRAMP
UNUSED
SLIDEENABLE
PINGENABLE
PLATFORMENABLE
FASTRAMP
UNUSED
WHITE
N/C
WHITE
BLUE
BLUE
BLACK
BLACK
N/C
N/C
VIOLET
GREY+GREY
N/C
BROWN
N/C
ORANGE
BLUE
GREEN
MINIVATOR SIMPLICITY+ INSTALLATION MANUAL 41
Appendix 4
S
im pl ic ity
+
D
IP
s et tin
gs M
S
12
5
LH
&
R
H
s lid
et ra ck D
F
E
Fi rs t R
is er H
ei gh t A
C
B
42 MINIVATOR SIMPLICITY+ INSTALLATION MANUAL
Appendix 5
S
im pl ic ity
S
lid
e Tr ac k le ng th A
(t op n os e to fl oo r m m ) m
in us B
(t ra ck re du ct io n fro
m n os e) e qu al s C
(c ut tr ac k le ng th )
E
xa m p le :
D
im en si on A
=
3
25
0m m , A
ng le =
4

(3
25
0
-
74
=
3
17
6)
Fi na l c
ut tr ac k le ng th =
3
17
6m m A
ng le 37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
tr ac k re d uc ti o n fr o m n o se va lu es f o r a st an d ar d fi ni sh B
81
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
72
71
70
68
66
D
F
E
Fi rs t R
is er H
ei gh t A
C
B
MINIVATOR SIMPLICITY+ INSTALLATION MANUAL 43
Appendix 5
S
im pl ic ity
S
lid
e Tr ac k ov er ha ng A
ng le 37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
Fi rs t R
is er m ax H
ei g ht (m m )
fo r ze ro b ot to m in tr us io n D
16
2
16
4
16
6
16
8
16
9
17
1
17
2
17
3
17
3
17
4
17
4
17
3
17
3
17
2
to p O
ve rh an g (m m )
at g iv en s ta irc
as e an gl e E
21
3
21
1
20
9
20
7
20
5
20
2
20
0
19
8
19
5
19
3
19
0
18
7
18
5
18
2
B
o tt o m In tr us io n (m m )
at g iv en a ng le a ss um in g 20
0m m 1
st r is er F
51
46
42
38
35
32
30
28
27
26
25
24
24
24
S
ta ir A
ng le A
c D
E
B
44 MINIVATOR SIMPLICITY+ INSTALLATION MANUAL
Appendix 5
S
im pl ic ity

tr ac k de ta ils
A
ng le 37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
H
o ri zo nt al t ra ck O
ve rh an g *
A
14
1
14
1
14
0
13
9
13
8
13
8
13
7
13
6
13
5
13
5
13
4
13
3
13
2
13
2
G
ro un d l ift
p ar ki ng S
p ac e B
75
2
75
0
74
9
74
8
74
6
74
5
74
4
74
2
74
1
74
0
73
8
73
7
73
6
73
4
G
ro un d t ra ck In tr us io n c 35
2
34
9
34
6
34
3
34
0
33
6
33
3
33
0
32
7
32
4
32
1
31
8
31
5
31
2
to p N
o se t o G
ro un d D
tr ac k E
xt en si o n fr o m N
o se *
E
17
8
18
0
18
2
18
4
18
6
18
9
19
1
19
3
19
5
19
8
20
0
20
2
20
4
20
6
tr ac k c ut l en g th ( D
+
E
)
F
A
ng le 45
A
13
5
B
70
6
c 32
7
D
32
50
E
19
5
F
34
45
*M
in im um fi gu re s
w he n to p in tr us io n is c rit
ic al .
E
xa m p le MINIVATOR SIMPLICITY+ INSTALLATION MANUAL 45
Notes
46 MINIVATOR SIMPLICITY+ INSTALLATION MANUAL
Notes
MINIVATOR SIMPLICITY+ INSTALLATION MANUAL 47
Notes
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