# Matrix Displays

### Matrix display ANZ-22 or ANZ-122

The **ANZ series-22 **is a matrix display consisting of a main board, two LED matrix blocks and an LED display screen. The number height is **18mm**. The matrix display ANZ-22 is a passive unit and needs to control the DAVID-control system.

Combining the matrix board **ANZ-22 **with the processor board PIC-111, it is the matrix display ANZ-122, the elevator control on each can be operated. There are 14 inputs to the car stand visualization, UP and DOWN arrow, and scrolling texts available.

For the matrix display ANZ-22 or 122 is a matrix screen available. The **display ****screen type J **spans a visible area in the size of 26 x 18 mm (B x H) and is in the colour grey.

### Matrix display ANZ-32 or ANZ-132

The ANZ series **ANZ-32 **is a matrix display consisting of a main board, two LED matrix blocks and an LED display disc. The number height is **30mm**. The matrix display ANZ-32 is a passive unit and needs to control the DAVID-control system.

Combining the matrix board **ANZ-32 **with the processor board PIC-111, thus, the **matrix display **ANZ-132, the elevator control on each can be operated. There are 14 inputs to the car stand visualization, UP and DOWN arrow, and scrolling texts available.

For the matrix display ANZ-32 and 132 are two different matrix screens available. The **display ****screentype G **spans a visible area in the size of 46 x 32 mm (B x H) and it is also grey. The **display ****screen Type H **spans a visible area in the size of 46 x 50 mm (B x H) and is in the colour grey.

### Matrix display ANZ-33 or ANZ-133

The ANZ series **ANZ-33 **is a matrix display consisting of a main board, **three **LED matrix blocks, and an LED display screen. The number height is **30mm. **The matrix display ANZ-33 is a passive unit and needs to control the DAVID-control system.

Combining the matrix board ANZ-33 processor board with the PIC-111, thus, the **matrix display **ANZ-133, the elevator control on each can be operated. There are 14 inputs to the car stand-visualization, UP and DOWN arrow, and several scrolling texts to the matrix display are available. For ANZ-33 and 133 are two different matrix screens available.

The **display ****screen type A **spans a visible area in the size of 54 x 77 mm (H x B) and is in the colour grey. The **display ****screen type B **spans a visible area in the size of 54 x 99 mm (H x B) and is gray in color.

### Matrix display ANZ-52 or ANZ-152

The series **ANZ-52 **is a matrix display consisting of a main board, **two **LED matrix blocks, and an LED display screen. The number height is 54mm. The matrix display ANZ-52 is a passive unit and needs to control the DAVID-control system.

Combining the matrix board ANZ-52 processor board with the PIC-111, it is the matrix display **ANZ-152 **, which at each elevator control can be operated. There are 14 inputs to the car stand visualization, UP and DOWN arrow, and scrolling texts available. For the matrix display ANZ-52 and 152 are two different matrix screens available.

The **display ****screen type A **spans a visible area in the size of 54 x 77 mm (H x B) and it is also in grey. The **display ****screen type B **spans a visible area in the size of 54 x 99 mm (H x B) and is in the colour grey.

### Matrix display ANZ-53 or ANZ-153

The series **ANZ-53 **is a matrix display consisting of a main board, **three **LED matrix blocks, and an LED display screen. The number height is 54mm . The matrix display ANZ-53 is a passive unit and needs to control the DAVID-control system.

Combining the matrix board ANZ-53 processor board with the PIC-111, thus, the **matrix display ANZ-153**, which at each elevator control can be operated. There are 14 inputs to the car stand visualization, UP and DOWN arrow, and scrolling texts available.

The **display ****screen type C **spans a visible area in the size of 54 x 115 mm (H x B) and is in the colour grey.

### Board processor PIC-111-102

The processor unit **PIC-111 **makes the passive matrix displays ANZ22, -32, -33, -52 and -53 active units. The supply voltage of the module is +24 V DC. The characteristic of inputs can be adjusted between high **active**(+24 V) and **low-active **(0V).

The car may be as **1ausN**, **binar**or **Gray-coded**. There are 14 inputs to the free occupancy available. Recruitment will take place on the handheld terminal HPG-60. Each input can lift the freeze or the arrows or run texts can be programmed.

**floors display: **32 floors are available; For each floor there are two places (blank-123456789ABCDEFGHIJ KLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ) for input. The **animation points **can. The choice is whether the display floors directly on the change appears, or rolling.

**arrows: **free programmable are the functions “Arrow On” and “From Arrow”. The animation of the arrows is programmable. The choice is whether the direction arrow into the screen or scrolls.

**scrolling texts: **free programmable are the scrolling texts: “OVERLOAD”, “EVACUATION” “FIRE FIGHTING”, “SPECIAL TRIP” and “OUT OF OPERATION”.