In general

  • In addition to standard-made controllers that have undergone many years of development, we are able to create a customized system for different specifications and requirements.
  • In our offer, we have several types of emergency rescue device for asynchronous and synchronous engines.
  • To maximize system savings, we offer an energy-saving solution in the form of "stand-by" switchgear cabinets with a 5W power consumption.
  • We have experience with the realization of a number of special types of lifts:
    • lifts with cabin speeds above 1m / s
    • lifts with digital copying of the shaft using an encoder
    • lifts with an extremely short floor
    • lifts with a relevelling of the car in the station
    • lifts with the preopening of the door when you arrive at the station
    • lifts with a fireman evacuation system
    • special cargo lifts, car-lifts (with traffic lights, remote control calling, chip cards, etc.)
    • automated lifts (freight lifts connected to an automatic transport system)
    • lifts with group control (for 2-8 lifts)

Distribution of the controllers according to design

  • switch cabinets for machine room placement

    Classic steel walled cabinet most often with dimensions: 800x1000x250mm, 800x800x250mm,...

  • for non-machine room lifts
    • Narrow cabinet located in the corridor next to the elevator. The central part of the cabinet forms a control panel in which control and monitoring elements are located.
    • The controller located in the shaft, only the control panel in which the control and monitoring elements are located is removed from the shaft. According to the space possibilities in the shaft, the switchgear can be divided into two cabinets and a control panel.

Distribution by drive type

  • rope - one-speed
  • rope - two speed
  • rope - controlled by frequency inverters VVVF
  • hydraulic
  • dining

Key components of the controllers

  • Frequency invertor VVVF FUJI or Vacon

    For rope lifts controlled by frequency inverters we use to Fuji or Vacon as a standard. These are powerful, reliable and easy-to-use inverters for use with all conventional elevator drives. We used to FUJI Electric FRENIC LIFT LM2 or Vacon NXL, NXS and NXP series inverters ranging in power from 3kW to 45kW. This enables us to provide optimal configuration for a wide range of applications and requirements.

  • Banel control system

    The brains of our switchboards are the Banel lift control system. This system is characterized by a robust implementation of the motherboard and complementary components. The microprocessor driving and control system in cooperation with the power section of the switchgear complies with the requirements of CSN EN 81-1 ČSN EN 81-2 and other related standards. The system has a wide range of usable features to cover all requirements of commonly implemented applications. The system board can be expanded modularly using the Car Control Board if required. More information in the section devoted to this system.

  • EKM control system

    The other used is the EKM control system. This microprocessor-based system of German developers has been designed with a high level of specialization and several product lines have been created according to current European trends. In order to keep pace with current industry requirements and continually modernize our products, we use the latest generation of EKM66. This system is characterized by minimized execution, high functionality variability, and application capabilities for most applications.

Emergency rescue system

For power failure or other faults, we offer several types of emergency emergency rescue systems. Powering these systems is either from the UPS, the battery module, or the batteries themselves. Depending on the type of emergency exit, some parts of the control system remain in function during emergency operation, and others are disabled from the function.

Traction lifts
  • automatic emergency rescue with door opening via UPS using a frequency inverter
  • manual electrical extrication via UPS using a frequency inverter
  • automatically unbreaking of the motor via UPS without using a frequency inverter
  • manual unbreaking of the motor via a UPS without the use of a frequency inverter
  • using Emergenzamatic rescue devices (more in the Emergency Departures section)
Hydraulic lifts
  • automatic rescue through the drain valve through the battery, opening of the door in the station via the backup battery of the door operator
  • automatic rescue with door opening via UPS or battery module
  • using Emergenzamatic rescue devices (more in the Emergency Departures section)