Gym Lift Control
How important is lift control? What factors should you consider when looking for lift solutions? These are some of the questions you may be asking yourself. Lift automation has plenty of benefits to offer. InnerTelligence works with you to make the automation process straightforward to deliver the best results from the lift systems you have.
Elevator Control Systems
Elevator control systems are fundamentally responsible for coordinating each aspect of elevator service. These include hall lantern signals, levelling, door opening delay or speed, decelerating, accelerating, speed and travel. It also produces outputs like doors opening and elevator cars moving and accepts inputs like button signals.
The elevator control system’s components can be divided into controllers, outputs, and inputs.
The aim of an elevator control system is:
- To decelerate or accelerate and travel within a safe speed limit
- Maximising passenger comfort by offering a smooth ride
- Minimising the travel time
- Bring the lift car to the appropriate floor
InnerTelligence’s solutions are created to get communications, instrumentation systems, controllers, and variable speed drives to work together in a single unified environment. As everything shares a similar framework, our clients can easily view equipment performance and status across the lift system. This allows them to understand the situation rapidly and immediately take action, so the elevator operation stays on track.
How Does An Elevator Control System Work?
An elevator control system coordinates all the features in elevator service. An elevator access control system simplifies everything. Here are a few ways the elevator access control system works:
Sensors: These pick-up signals of the cabin’s location sensors can be photoelectric or magnetic.
Buttons: There are various buttons such as floor request buttons, open-door buttons, emergency bell buttons, emergency stop buttons, registration panel, and hall buttons.
Bells: Bells are output components and include a load bell and emergency bell.
Displays: Often, displays show the car’s position, such as the floor it is on and the direction it is headed.
Controller: This device manages traffic analysis, interactive command control, and visual monitoring to ensure the elevator is working efficiently.
Benefits Of Using Lift Access Control System
1. Save on costs:
Employing guards can be costly, so using a lift access control system helps you reduce costs as it reduces the need for guards.
2. Restricted access:
With an access control system, you can have restricted access where you allow access to individual lifts at a particular time.
It allows you to grant or deny access depending on the elevator, time, and user classification. This can allow you to restrict people from going into areas they are not supposed to visit.
4. Grant access at a pre-determined time:
Access control systems allow you to give access to specific individuals to a particular floor at a specific time. This can help you improve security, and you can also choose what elevators to control based on the control panel you choose.
5. Integrate with elevator access with CCTV:
Doing so allows you to see who uses an elevator to access the necessary floor, reinforcing the security.
InnerTelligence Lift Solutions
Whether you want gym lift control or need to simplify your automation infrastructure, InnerTelligence can help. Lift control is meant to help you improve performance and address any production problems.
Are you looking to enhance your elevator control effectiveness? Minimise the chance of people getting stuck in an elevator with the InnerTelligence lift control system.
Lift Control FAQs
The pulley system pulls the cabin or car down or up using the cables, allowing the lift to move from one floor to the next. The counterweight balances the elevator's weight, meaning when the elevator goes down, the counterweight moves up and vice versa.