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A detector edge is the safety device that prevents the doors from closing when someone or something is blocking the car doors’ travel. This device is mounted to the elevator car doors to create an invisible safety screen that will detect any object that would prevent the doors from closing. In the event someone or something disrupts the safety screen, the doors would immediately reopen.
- Replace noisy and unsightly mechanical safety edges.
- Increases safety factor of door operation.
- Easy to maintain, more reliable than mechanical safety edges.
Solid State Starter – used to replace the mechanical starters used to run pump motors and generators.
- Protects motors from single phasing and overload conditions.
- More reliable- no moving parts.
- Quiet operation- ramps current slowly to reduce electricity consumption.
- Reduces strain on the motor
STEPPERS & SELECTORS
Solid State Steppers and Selectors are used to replace the mechanical steppers and selectors used in many types of elevator equipment.
Liftech offers the most popular and reliable electronic steppers and selectors available.
- More reliable, less moving parts than mechanical units.
- Better floor accuracy.
- Less maintenance = Less downtime for servicing