Elevator function


The elevators are mainly composed of traction machines […]

The elevators are mainly composed of traction machines (winches), guide rails, counterweights, safety devices (such as speed limiters, safety gears and buffers), signal control systems, cars and hall doors. These parts are installed in the hoistway and machine room of the building. The wire rope friction transmission is usually adopted, the wire rope bypasses the traction sheave, the two ends are respectively connected with the car and the balance weight, and the electric motor drives the traction sheave to lift the car. The elevator requires safety and reliability, high conveying efficiency, accurate leveling and comfortable ride. The basic parameters of the elevator mainly include rated load capacity, number of passengers, rated speed, car profile size and shaft type.
Simple use method (there are solutions in the emergency):
Manned elevators are intelligent and automated equipment controlled by microcomputers. No special personnel are required to operate the driving. Ordinary passengers only need to ride and operate the elevator according to the following procedures.
1. At the elevator entrance of the elevator floor, press the up or down arrow button according to your own uplink or downlink needs. As long as the light on the button is on, it means that your call has been recorded, just wait for the elevator to arrive.
2. After the elevator arrives at the door, let the person inside the car walk out of the elevator, and then the caller enters the elevator car again. After entering the car, press the corresponding number button on the control panel in the car, depending on the floor you need to reach. Similarly, as long as the button is lit, your selection has been recorded; no other operations are required at this time, just wait for the elevator to reach your destination level.
3. After the elevator travels to your destination level, it will automatically open the door. At this time, stepping out of the elevator in order will end a journey.