ELEVATOR is extendable. Different extension-units provide
full hands free communication on a separate location, e.g.
to be mounted on top of the cabin or behind the operating
allows remote access. The service centre can access
the alarm unit(s) at any time either directly or – if
the telephone line is shared with a telephone | modem –
in a two step dial-in procedure. The access can be with or
without PIN-code protection. After the connection is estabilshed
the centre is able to talk to a person inside the cabin or
to re-program the calling number(s) or the calling sequence
or even to start or stop the periodical communication tests.
intercoms with indoor-fire brigade-station. It allows
a hands free communication between two out of three rooms
(cabin | machine-room | fire-brigade-station).
is simple due to fully voice-guided user interface.
Different languages are aviable (english/german/french/ netherland).
calls automatically as soon as a trapped person activates
the emergency button. Up to nine calling numbers can be stored.
In case of an alarm, these numbers will be called in a sequence
until the alarm is acknowledged.
prevents misus. A built in misuse detection prevents
from misuse. If the alarm unit detects a change of a door-contact
within the maximum duration of cabins travel the emergency
call will be stopped automatically.
monitors sensor contact(s). In addition to the emergency
button an alarm can be triggered as soon as a sensor-contact
is activated (= malfunction contact).
announces the location of the elevator. Additionally
to the cause of alarm, the individual pre-recorded message
will be announced, giving the alarm centre immediate the information
about the location of the cabin. Additionally the elevators
PIN-code can be announced.
connects. After these announcements a hands free communication
is established and the centre is immediately in contact with
the person seeking assistance and can take appropriate action!
tele-controls.. With the appropriate accessories a
relays switch can be activated or deactivated during telephone
connection, e.g. to release a key for the fire brigade.