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DESIGN REFERENCE FOR ELEVATOR INSTALLATIONS

BASIC SPECIFICATIONS OF THE NexWay


Capacity

BASIC SPECIFICATIONS OF THE NexWay

and Speed
Rated speed (m/sec) Rated capacity (kg) Number of persons 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5

: Applicable

Control,
Number of elevators in a bank 1 car 2 cars

Door and Operation Systems


Contlol system Door system 1-car selective collective Standard 1C-2BC VVVF control with microprocessor, VVVF control and 2-panel center Data Network opening CO System Standard , with multiple 2-panel side microprocessor opening 2S modules option , VFGH 4-panel center opening 2CO option 2-car selective collective option 2C-2BC* 1

: Applicable Operation system AI-22 group control system option * 2

: Not applicable

Code number

4.0

AI-2200C group control system option

P 10

750

10

P 12

900

12

# 3 cars 3C-AI-22 3C-AI-2200C 4C-AI-22 4C-AI-2200C 5C-AI-2200C 6C-AI-2200C 7C-AI-2200C 8C-AI-2200C

P 14

1050

14

4 cars 5 cars 6 cars

P 16

1200

16

P 18

1350

18

7 cars

P 21

1600

21

8 cars

Notes: 1. Capacity and number of persons are based on EN81-1 (1998). 2. Please consult our local subcontractor in the following cases: When the specifications are out of the above table. When the combination of capacity and speed with mark # is required.

Notes: * 1. When the capacity and speed exceed the range shown in the left page, the operation system 2C-2BC should be 2C-AI-22. * 2. Please consult our local subcontractor, when 2C-AI-22 system is required instead of 2C-2BC system.

Selective collective (2BC)


Specifications
Rated speed Maximum number of stops Maximum travel (m) Minimum floor height (mm) 2.0 m/sec 2.5 m/sec 3.0 m/sec 48 150 2,500 * 3.5 m/sec 4.0 m/sec

AI-22 AI-2200C Group Control Systems


The systems, which employ an intelligent expert system and fuzzy logic, are specially designed for group control of 3 to 8 elevators (as described above). Practical information required for group control is stored in the system's memory as a "Knowledge Database". Drawing from this database, various traffic conditions are monitored and analyzed applying IFTHEN decision rules to maximize the effectiveness of each elevator operation. The systems perform assignments to the most-used locations, and thereby provide superb efficiency and service. In addition to the above, AI-2200C system performs optimal car allocation using Dynamic Rule-set Optimizer.

Notes: 1. Please consult our local subcontractor for specifications outside these ranges. 2. * The minimum floor height 2500mm is for steel structure only.It may become more than 2500mm when car arrival chime is required at each hall (AECH),or depending on sill support height.However, the minimum floor height for RCC is 2800mm with standard type of sill support.

The system consists of call buttons in the car, and a riser of up and down destination floor buttons installed at each elevator hall (single button at terminal floors), which connect electrically with microprocessors supervising floor selection and direction of travel. A car will respond to those car and hall calls that comply with its direction of service. When there are no more calls registered for the car's direction of travel, the car's service direction is reversed.

STANDARD INSTALLATION
Notes

STANDARD INSTALLATION

on Installation Planning
Points Relating to the Hoistway
In steel-reinforced concrete buildings, design the hoistways so that concrete walls are at least 120mm thick. Hoistways must be no more than 30mm out of plumb. No wiring or distribution panels should be built into or mounted on hoistway walls. It is forbidden under most building codes to install any conduit work or piping in hoistways except as required for the elevator itself. Pit-depth and overhead-height dimensions must always be at least the minimum shown in the drawings. If it proves necessary to make use of space below the pit, contact our local subcontractor. When the building is to be of steel construction, our local subcontractor should be brought into the discussion at the earliest possible moment.

Some

Examples of Bank Arrangements

Elevator Arrangement
Elevator installations should be properly planned according to such factors as the size and nature or kind of the building, the traffic flow and peak traffic demand or conditions, the location of public transportation facilities and stores. Dispersing elevators in different areas of a building adversely affects their passenger-carrying efficiency. Therefore, elevators should, as far as possible, be concentrated in the center of the building. When two groups of elevators face each other, ample space should be left between the groups. The number of elevators in each group should be decided on the basis of the physical arrangement of the elevators and the floors served. As much as possible, all the floors served by one group of elevators should be functionally and structurally similar. Dissimilarity among the floors served will result in a drop in service level. In residential buildings, hotels, and the like, it is not desirable for the elevator hall to be located farther than 50 meters from any apartment or room.

Points Relating to the Machine Room


Provide the recommended width and height to assure that there will be sufficient room for inspection and maintenance. Since the elevator drive equipment generates considerable heat, sufficient ventilation and or airconditioning capacity must be provided to assure that the machine-room temperature does not exceed 40. When occupied areas of the building are in close proximity to the machine room, such as in the case of elevators for the low and middle floors of a high-rise building, it may be desirable to provide additional soundproofing or intervening walls.

Desirable Plans

Undesirable Plans

RATED SPEED OF 2.03.0 m/sec

100-125
R1

RATED SPEED OF 2.03.0 m/sec

Car frame height (HB) according to car design and car depth
Car frame height (HB) (mm) 3450 3650 Car designs S10 S20 S30 N10 N20 BB1400 BB1400 N30 N40 N50 N60 N70 N80

AM (min)

BB BH

BM (min)

Vent. fan (by owner)

Access door : (by owner)

Note: The dimensions HB are calculated when the ceiling height (HL) is 2300mm and without the emergency exit on ceiling. Please consult our local subcontractor if required the emergency exit.
Vent. window (by owner) Width: 1000 Height: 2000
R2

JJ AA AH

Top clearance (TC)


Rated speed (m/sec) 2.0 2.5 Travel (TR) (m) TR100 1760 1840 2190

(Unit: mm)

Machine-room height (HM)


Rated speed (m/sec)

(Unit: mm)

Attachment panel

Control panel

Control panel

Regulation EN81-1

Hoistway

100TR150 1910 1990 2340

Wall socket (by owner) Power receiving box (by owner) Lighting outlet (by owner)

Intercom (option)

Machine room

3.0

2.0 2.5 3.0

2500

Reaction loads in machine room and pit


Rated speed (m/sec) R1 2.0 2.5 R2 P1 P2 R1 R2 3.0 P1 P2 Rated capacity (kg) 750 91 59 106 96 900 104 67 116 103 104 67 120 107 1050 108 68 122 107 108 68 125 111 1200 112 73 130 113 112 73 134 117 1350 118 74 140 119 118 74 144 123

(Unit: kN)

Pit-depth (PD) *2
Travel TR (m) TR100 2.0 100TR120 120TR150 TR100 2080 750

(Unit: mm)
Rated capacity (kg) 900 1050 1200 1350 1600 2080 2800 3000 3020

Overhead-height (OH) *2
Travel TR (m) TR100 2.0 100TR120 120TR150 TR100 5290 5440 5640 5790 Rated capacity (kg) 750 900

(Unit: mm)
Hoisting hook or trolley beam (by owner)

1600 123 82 154 128 123 82 159 132

Rated speed (m/sec)

Rated speed (m/sec)

1050 1200 1350 5210 5360

1600
HM (min.) Cinder-concrete finish (by owner)

5360
TC

2.5

100TR120 120TR150 TR100

2840 3040 3060 2650 3130 3330 3350

2.5

100TR120 120TR150 TR100

5440
OH (min.) Entrance height: HH=2100

3.0

100TR120 120TR150

3.0

Dimension table of car, hoistway and machine room


Car internal dimensions (mm) Internal dimensions of hoistway (mm) *2 In-line arrangement 1-unit 2-unit 3-unit 4-unit installation installation installation installation Internal dimensions of machine room (mm) In-line arrangement Facing arrangement *3 6 units Width AM 6200 6600 6600 7150 7750 7750 8 units Width AM 8200 8800 8800 9550 10350 10350

Highest floor Total height

Code number

2-unit 3-unit 4-unit 1-unit installation installation installation installation 4 units Width x Depth Width x Depth Width x Depth Width x Depth Width AM x BM AM x BM AM x BM AM x BM AM 2350 x 3455 4200 x 3455 6200 x 3455 8200 x 3455 2350 x 3455 4400 x 3455 6600 x 3455 8800 x 3455 2350 x 3655 4400 x 3655 6600 x 3655 8800 x 3655 2500 x 3655 4750 x 3655 7150 x 3655 9550 x 3655 4200 4400 4400 4750

Width x Depth Width x Depth Width x Depth Width x Depth Width x Depth AA x BB AH x BH AH x BH AH x BH AH x BH 2.0 2.5 P 10 P 12 2.0 2.5 3.0 P 14 P 16 P 18 P 21 750 900 1050 1200 1350 1600 10 12 14 16 18 21 800 900 900 1000 1100 1100 1400 x 1300 2000 x 2050 3900 x 2050 5900 x 2050 7900 x 2050 1600 x 1300 2300 x 2050 4300 x 2050 6500 x 2050 8700 x 2050 1600 x 1500 2300 x 2250 4300 x 2250 6500 x 2250 8700 x 2250 1800 x 1500 2500 x 2250 4700 x 2250 7100 x 2250 9500 x 2250 2000 x 1500 2700 x 2250 5100 x 2250 7700 x 2250 10300 x 2250 2000 x 1700 2700 x 2450 5100 x 2450 7700 x 2450 10300 x 2450

Lowest floor PD (min.)

2700 x 3655 5150 x 3655 7750 x 3655 10350 x 3655 5150 2700 x 3855 5150 x 3855 7750 x 3855 10350 x 3855 5150

Notes: * 1. All the above dimensions are calculated based on EN81-1 (1998). * 2. The dimensions PD, OH and BH are calculated when the counterweight without safety gear is located in back of the car. * 3. These machine room depth BM with a facing arrangement should be (2BH+3500) mm when lobby width is 3.5m. * 4. Refer to page 7 and 8 for hoistway and machine room layouts with a facing arrangement. * 5. The dimensions shown are minimum requirements, particularly in the figures of TC, OH and PD. Necessary tolerance should be separately considered for the building construction errors. * 6. The dimensions TC, OH, PD and reaction load are calculated according to car and hoistway dimensions on the above table and conditions.

Travel TR

Rated speed (m/sec)

Rated capacity (kg)

Number of persons

Entrance width JJ (mm)

HL
P1

Note: The dimensions OH are calculated when the car frame height (HB) is 3450mm.

HB
P2

100TR150

Hoistway section
6

RATED SPEED OF 3.5, 4.0 m/sec


AM (min) 100-125
R1

RATED SPEED OF 3.5, 4.0 m/sec

Vent. fan (by owner)

Car frame height (HB) according to car design and car depth
Car frame height (HB) (mm) 3450 Car designs S10 S20 S30 N10 N20 BB1400 BB1400 N30 N40 N50 N60 N70 N80

Vent. window (by owner)

BB

BH

Control panel
control Group panel

Control panel

Control panel

Attachment panel

Attachment panel Attachment panel

Elevator lobby

Control panel

Control panel

Control panel

Attachment panel

Intercom (option)

Access door : (by owner) Width: 1000 Height: 2000

AH

JJ AA Lobby width: 3500-4500

R2

BM (min) = lobby width + 2BH

3650

Note: The dimensions HB are calculated when the ceiling height (HL) is 2300mm and without the emergency exit on ceiling. Please consult our local subcontractor if required the emergency exit.

Wall socket (by owner) Power receiving box (by owner) Lighting outlet (by owner)

Top clearance (TC)


Rated speed (m/sec) 3.5 4.0 Travel (TR) (m) TR100 2520 3070

(Unit: mm)

Machine-room height (HM)


Rated speed (m/sec) 3.5 4.0 Regulation EN81-1 2500

(Unit: mm)

BH

100TR120 120TR150 2670

Hoistway

Machine room

Reaction loads in machine room and pit


Rated speed (m/sec) R1 R2 3.5 P1 P2 R1 R2 4.0 P1 P2 125 115 131 119 127 79 128 119 140 125 132 82 140 125 151 131 133 90 151 131 Rated capacity (kg) 750 900 123 80 1050 127 79 1200 132 82 1350 133 90

(Unit: kN)

Pit-depth (PD) *2
Travel TR (m) TR100 3.5 100TR120 120TR150 4.0 TR150 750

(Unit: mm) Rated capacity (kg) 900 1050 1200 1350 1600 3020

Overhead-height (OH) *2
Travel TR (m) TR100 3.5 100TR150 6120 TR150 750

(Unit: mm) Rated capacity (kg)


Hoisting hook or trolly beam (by owner)

1600 141 94 165 140 141 94 165 140

Rated speed (m/sec)

Rated speed (m/sec)

900 1050 1200 1350 1600 5970


HM (min.) Cinder-concrete finish (by owner)

3370 3570 3920 3590 4.0

6520

OH (min.)

Entrance height: HH=2100

Dimension table of car, hoistway and machine room


Car internal dimensions (mm) Internal dimensions of hoistway (mm) *2 In-line arrangement 2-unit installation 3-unit installation 4-unit installation Internal dimensions of machine room (mm) In-line arrangement 2-unit installation 3-unit installation 4-unit installation Facing arrangement *3 4 units 6 units Width AM 6750 6750 7250 7850 7850 8 units Width AM 9000 9000 9700 10500 10500

Highest floor

Width x Depth Width x Depth Width x Depth Width x Depth AA x BB AH x BH AH x BH AH x BH 3.5 P 12 P 14 3.5 4.0 P 16 P 18 P 21 900 1050 1200 1350 1600 12 14 16 18 21 900 900 1000 1100 1100 1600 x 1300 4400 x 2100 6650 x 2100 8900 x 2100 1600 x 1500 4400 x 2300 6650 x 2300 8900 x 2300 1800 x 1500 4800 x 2300 7250 x 2300 9700 x 2300 2000 x 1500 5200 x 2300 7850 x 2300 10500 x 2300 2000 x 1700 5200 x 2500 7850 x 2500 10500 x 2500

Width x Depth Width x Depth Width x Depth Width AM x BM AM x BM AM x BM AM 4500 x 3455 6750 x 3455 9000 x 3455 4500 x 3655 6750 x 3655 9000 x 3655 4800 x 3655 7250 x 3655 9700 x 3655 5200 x 3655 7850 x 3655 10500 x 3655 5200 x 3855 7850 x 3855 10500 x 3855 4500 4500 4800 5200 5200

Lowest floor PD (min.)

P2

P1

Travel (TR)

Rated speed (m/sec)

Code number

Rated capacity (kg)

Number of persons

Entrance width JJ (mm)

Total height

HL P1

Notes: * 1. All the above dimensions are calculated based on EN81-1 (1998). * 2. The dimensions PD, OH and BH are calculated when the counterweight without safety gear is located in back of the car. * 3. These machine room depth BM with a facing arrangement should be (2BH+3500) mm when lobby width is 3.5m. * 4. Refer to page 5 and 6 for hoistway and machine room layouts with an in-line arrangement. * 5. The dimensions shown are minimum requirements, particularly in the figures of TC, OH and PD. Necessary tolerance should be separately considered for the building construction errors. * 6. The dimensions TC, OH, PD and reaction load are calculated according to car and hoistway dimensions on the above table and conditions.

Hoistway section

HB P2

TC

Note: The dimensions OH are calculated when the car frame height (HB) is 3450mm.

ENTRANCE LAYOUT DRAWINGS


Type E-102 (standard) Type E-302, E-312 (option)

ENTRANCE LAYOUT DRAWINGS

Door plan (section B-B)

Hoistway entrance Door elevation (section A-A)


Building structure (by owner) Wall and floor finishing (by owner) Note: 1. Triangular key-hole is required under EN81-1. 2. Details in sections A-A and B-B are not for BS-476 fire rated doors. Building structure (by owner) Wall and floor finishing (by owner) Note: 1. Triangular key-hole is required under EN81-1. 2. Details in sections A-A and B-B are not for BS-476 fire rated doors.

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Electrical

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

Equipment Required for Elevator Operation


NF breaker *2

Power
Speed (m/min)

Feeder Data
Rated load (kg)
750 900 1050 1150 1200 1350 1500 1600 750 900 1050 1150 1200 1350 1500 1600 750 900 1050 1150 1200 1350 1500 1600 750 900 1050 1150 1200 1350 1500 1600 750 900 1050 1150 1200 1350 1500 1600

Roping(2:1) Current at 400V *1 FLU (A)


27 31 33 37 37 41 45 47 31 36 39 43 44 48 53 56 34 39 45 48 50 56 61 65 40 44 51 55 57 63 70 74 44 49 57 61 64 71 78 83

Traction motor (kW)


15 15 15 15 20 20 20 20 18 18 18 18 25 25 25 25 22 22 22 22 30 30 30 30 25 25 25 25 35 35 35 35 29 29 29 29 40 40 40 40

FLAcc (A)
52 56 61 64 67 72 78 82 64 69 75 79 82 88 96 100 74 81 90 94 98 105 114 119 97 99 113 117 124 131 139 144 110 112 123 128 135 143 159 165

Capacity of power supply (kVA)


16 18 19 21 21 23 25 26 18 20 21 23 23 25 28 29 19 21 23 25 25 28 30 32 21 23 27 29 30 33 35 37 23 26 30 31 33 36 39 41

NF in M/R

at 200V system (A)


125 125 125 125 125 125 150 150 125 125 150 150 150 150 175 175 125 125 150 150 175 175 200 200 125 150 175 175 200 200 200 250 125 150 200 200 200 250 300 300

at 400V system (A)


75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 100 100 75 75 75 75 100 100 100 100 75 75 100 100 100 100 125 125 75 100 100 100 125 125 150 150

Heat emission (W)


2330 2800 3260 3570 3730 4190 4660 4970 2910 3490 4070 4460 4660 5240 5820 6210 3490 4190 4890 5350 5590 6280 6980 7450 4070 4890 5700 6240 6520 7330 8140 8690 4660 5590 6520 7140 7450 8380 9310 9930

Ground wire *1

120

150

180 Notes: *1. The minimum size of ground wire is determined according to the ampere rating of the NF breaker installed at the power source side. *2. The ampere rating of the power-source NF breaker should be of one step larger than of the receiving-box NF breaker installed in the elevator machine room.

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Traction-Machinery Power Supply


It is necessary to install power-supply equipment of sufficient capacity to ensure the elevators accelerating smoothly and landing accurately. The power supply should be kept within a voltagefluctuation range of +5 ~ -10%, and a voltageimbalance factor of 5%. When selecting protective breakers on the powersupply side, be guided by voltage ratings of the nofuse breakers supplied with the elevators.

Intercom (where necessary)


This is essential to establish the communication between elevator passengers and outside in case of emergency. The master station transceiver is usually in a location readily accessible to the supervisor, in the central supervisor's room or elevator lobby. The wiring work between the master station and the elevator machine room is not included in the elevator contract. To facilitate piping and wiring, it is desirable to decide on the position of the master station at the earliest stage of building design.
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Notes: * 1. If the power supply voltage is other than 400V, the FLU and FLAcc current vary inversely with power supply voltage as follows. (Current at E volts) = (Current at 400 volts) x (400 / E) where, E: power supply voltage

Feeder Size Calculation


The feeder size must be selected to withstand continuous flow of the following current at an ambient temperature of 40C. 1.25 x FLU(A)In case of FLU 50 (A) 1.10 x FLU(A)In case of FLU 50 (A) The wire length per feeder size must be calculated with the following formula. L K x E/FLAcc Where, FLU: Full load up current (A) at E volts FLAcc: Full load accelerating current (A) at E volts L: Wire length (m) K: Coefficient (Please see Table 1.) E: Power supply voltage (V) In case of feeding power to a group of elevators through a common feeder, the capacity of the power supply transformer, the feeder size, and the ampere rating of the no-fuse (NF) breaker are determined through multiplying by the following diversity factor. (Refer to Table 2.)

Table 1
Feeder size (mm2)
3.5 5.5 8 14 22 30 38 50

Power Supply for Lighting


Lighting for the elevator cars and indicators, where possible, should be supplied via a separate circuit that will not be affected by power failures elsewhere.

Coefficient K
5.1 8.0 11.6 20.6 32.1 42.5 54.3 70.7

Feeder size (mm2)


60 80 100 125 150 200 250 325

Coefficient K
87.3 115 148 184 225 287 371 473

Lighting Equipment
The machine room should be fitted with good lighting for maintenance work. The light switch should be positioned close to the machine-room entrance.

Ventilation Equipment
A machine-room ventilation device having a sufficient capacity to keep the room temperature below 40C is required. A ventilation window should also be installed at the opposite side of ventilation fan.

Inspection Power Outlets


These should be installed in the machine room and pit for use during inspection and maintenance.

Table 2
No. of Diversity factor elevators For FLAcc on common For FLU Without express zone With express zone feeder
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2.0 2.7 3.1 3.25 3.3 3.71 4.08 4.45 4.8 1.7 2.4 2.95 3.6 4.1 4.6 5.1 5.6 6.0 1.85 2.7 3.4 4.2 4.9 5.6 6.3 6.9 7.6

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REFERENCE DATA FOR ELEVATOR PLANNING


Elevator traffic reaches a peak when people employed in the building arrive for work in the morning, when they break for lunch at midday, and when they leave for home in the evening. Obviously, the elevators must be capable of handling the increased traffic during these peaks. And during actual business hours, the elevators must be able to respond promptly to serve the people who are on the move inside the building as well as those who arrive at or leave the building. So that the elevators best suited to the conditions and environment at hand can be selected, Mitsubishi Electric applies computer simulation, traffic computation, and other techniques based on its wealth of experience in this field to offer a wide range of elevator consulting services. Given below are reference data useful for general planning.
Max. no. of floors served

NOTES ON INSTALLATION PLANNING


Elevator Site Requirements
The temperature of the machine room shall be below 40C. The following conditions are required for maintaining elevators performance: a. The relative humidity shall be below 90% on a monthly average and below 95% on a daily average. b. The machine room and the elevator hoistway shall be free of dust or harmful gas. The walls, floors and ceiling of the machine room shall be finished with mortar or other materials so as to prevent concrete dust.

Selecting the Elevator Speed


The maximum number of floors served in a building serves as the criterion for selecting the speed at which the elevators should travel. To select elevators using the chart below, if the building has 23 floors, select elevators with a speed of 3.5m/sec or 4.0m/sec.

Work Not Included in Elevator Contract


Recommended elevator speed

30 floors

25 floors 3.5 m/sec

15 floors 1.75 m/sec 2.0 m/sec

5 floors

Selecting
Numb er of

the Operation System


Large-scale office building Medium-scale office building 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Scale of building

1.0 m/sec

1.5 m/sec

10 floors

2.5 m/sec

3.0 m/sec

20 floors

The following items are not a part of elevator installation work, and are the responsibility of the building owner or general contractor. Construction of the elevator machine room with proper beams and slabs, equipped with a lock, complete with illumination, ventilation and waterproofing. Access to the elevator machine room sufficient to allow passage of the control panel and traction machine. Suspension hook facilities and ladders in the machine room. Finishing of the machine-room floor and the walls and floors in the vicinity of the entrance hall after completion of the installation. Construction of an illuminated, ventilated and waterproofed elevator hoistway. A ladder to the elevator pit. Provision for the cutting of the necessary holes and joists and for making good thereafter as required. Separate beams, when the hoistway dimensions markedly exceed the specifications, and intermediate beams when two or more elevators are installed.

All other work related to building construction. The machine-room power-receiving panel and the electrical wiring for illumination, plus the power from it to the electrical room. The laying of conduit and wiring between the elevator pit and the terminating point for the emergency bell, intercom, etc. The power consumed in installation work and test operation. All the necessary building materials for grouting in of brackets, bolts, etc. The provision and subsequent alteration as required, and eventual removal of the scaffolding as required by the elevator contractor, and any protection of the work as may be required during progress. The provision of a suitable locked space for the storage of elevator equipment and tools during elevator installation.

Ordering Information
Please include the following information when ordering or requesting estimates. The desired number of units, speed, and loading capacity. The number of stops or number of floors to be served. The total elevator travel and floor-to-floor height. Operation system. Selected car design and size. Entrance design. Signal equipment. A sketch of part of the building where the elevators are to be installed. The voltage, phase and frequency of power source for the motor and lighting.

4.0 m/sec

5.0 m/sec

eleva

Operation system

tors

Saving energy and space High-efficiency transport mechanism Environment-conscious industrial waste treatment

Comfortable, quiet ride Smooth door operation Welfare-awareness / Universal design

1-car selective collective (2BC) 2-car selective collective (2BC) AI-22 group control system AI-2200C group control system Applicable system

Riding and boarding safety Safety in emergencies High reliability Safe service spots

Recommended system
Mitsubishi Electric Inazawa Works has acquired ISO 9001 certification by the International Standards OrganizationISObased on a review of quality management for the System. The plant has also acquired the environmental management system standard ISO 14001 certification.

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