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ELEVONIC® CLASS

Redefining elevator performance, safety and comfort: The ELEVONIC® Class range of gearless elevators.
 
Sydney, Australia
126 Phillip St
2005
 
Melbourne, Australia
Eureka Residential Tower
2006
Product Details
Intelligent dispatching Efficient dispatching is key to performance. Today, the most efficient dispatcher in the industry is the Elevonic's RSR PLUS® system that, with its algorithm of bonuses and penalties, consistently delivers the shortest waiting times with the minimum number of elevators.
Precise performance The exhilarating but smooth ride of the Elevonic Class is achieved by multiple closed-loop systems which constantly monitor a car's performance, measuring every aspect against predetermined standards and correcting the slightest deviation within milliseconds.
Safety precautions The best safety record in the industry can be attributed to an on-going research commitment. Recent innovations include a high-tech alloy wedge face for the safety brake shoe which has exceptional temperature, strength and friction characteristics for improved braking performance and reliability. Moreover the LAMBDA® 3D entrance-protection system anticipates passenger entry with an innovative hallway beam projection system and prevents doors from coming into contact with passengers.
Energy-efficient As part of a global drive for a cleaner and safer environment, Otis continues to make significant strides with its own products and systems. The Elevonic Class, for instance, uses ACVF regenerative equipment wherever possible to return energy to a building's electrical grid for re-use. The gearless Elevonic AC machines further conserve power by reducing initial starting currents, improving train-drive efficiencies and eliminating carbon brushes.
Calculated comfortRide quality means smooth acceleration and deceleration with an absolute minimum of vibration and noise.
Having installed elevators in most of the world's 125 highest buildings, Otis recognises all the factors that have to be entered into the equation: hoistway size and configuration, for example, airflow, the shape of the car and even architectural finishes.
To help achieve a smooth ride, a system known as 'dynamic balancing' neutralises variable car imbalance caused by traveling and compensating cable movement. This minimises roller guide pressures and rail induced vibration. And to reduce horizontal vibration, Otis has developed the patented Rail Survey Unit - a computer-based tool that allows installers to ensure a precise rail alignment.
An intelligent door Door operation is critical to the successful handling of a building's elevator traffic. Otis' High Performance Linear Induction Motor (HPLIM®) door system, significantly reduces the number of moving parts resulting in more dependable and safe operation. And bearing in mind door problems account for some 40% of all service calls, the HPLIM system's superior reliability enhances a building's overall elevator performance.

Maximum passenger safety is obtained through the LAMBDA® 3D entrance-protection system. Using 56 infrared emitters and detectors, it creates an invisible safety net across the elevator entrance and also extends into the hallway. The microprocessor controller continually scans for interrupted beams and reopens the door without coming into contact with the passenger.
Forward thinkingAvoiding potentially costly elevator problems can be achieved through early planning. Hoistway modeling algorithms allow us, for example, to anticipate complications that might arise from rope sway - a phenomenon that occurs in high-rise buildings.
To facilitate this planning process, Otis has developed a special program called the OTISPLAN®. A design and evaluation tool, it simulates the actual operation of the building's vertical transportation system and proposes the optimal traffic handling solution.
 
 
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