Wenzhou Fuji Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd.
Wenzhou Fuji Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd.

Elevator Control System

The elevator control system is the key component responsible for controlling the operation of the elevator. It includes scheduling algorithms, buttons and displays, etc. The elevator control system can ensure the smooth operation of the elevator between different floors, providing accurate floor selection and optimized ride experience. FUJISCH provides advanced elevator control systems to ensure accurate elevator operation and passenger safety. These systems can monitor the elevator running status, process instructions and fault detection.

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Improving Elevator Control System Efficiency

  • Install an intelligent elevator control system to control the elevator in different time periods. For example, during weekday morning and evening peak hours, elevators can be assigned to different areas or floors to avoid congestion and increase traffic speeds.

  • Carry out routine maintenance and maintenance on the elevator to keep it in top condition. For example, cleaning elevator tracks, replacing elevator door sensors, etc.

  • Install the elevator call button so that pedestrians can trigger the elevator to run by themselves. This reduces waiting time and increases efficiency.

  • Adopt efficient elevator door control methods, such as double-layer doors or special-shaped doors, so that the elevator can carry passengers faster.

  • When designing a building, the rational layout of the number, location and size of elevators should be considered.

Components of the Elevator Control System

  • Control panel: including floor buttons, switch buttons (such as door opening, closing and emergency stop buttons) and digital display.

  • Controller: The controller is the core part of the elevator control system, responsible for receiving and processing instructions from the control panel and other input devices.

  • Motor drive system: including equipment such as motors and frequency converters, used to adjust the speed and torque of the motor.

  • Sensors: used to monitor and detect the state and operating conditions of the elevator. Common sensors include floor sensors, car overload sensors, door switch sensors, and speed sensors.

  • Communication system: Elevator control systems typically communicate with the building's central control system or dispatch center.

  • Wiring and electrical components: Elevator control systems include electrical components such as electrical wiring, relays, circuit breakers, and power supply units.

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