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Energy consumption of elevators

Visualization of the energy consumption of a lift on a flexyPage display

Representation of the energy requirement

flexyPage displays can be used to visualize the energy requirements of a lift. Both the current power and the consumed and regenerated energy of the elevator can be dynamically displayed in the form of bars, pointer instruments or discrete values. For this, e.g. the EnergyConsumed [digit] and EnergyFedBack [digit] widgets are used. The savings achieved by the regenerative unit can thus be represented exactly in conjunction with the number of trips on a display in the elevator or in the floors. Read more about Energy consumption of elevators

Case of fire and interference with locked persons

Visualization of locked persons on LT-Line 21,5

Visualization of the lift position in case of fire and lift malfunctions

In case of fire or elevator malfunction with locked persons, the flexyPage displays can show the fire department or service personnel the exact position of the elevator cabin. The data are read out via the position sensor and the load sensor of the lift, which is connected to the display. Thus, the relief personnel can see on the display directly on reaching the rescue floor, between which floors the cabin is located and perform the exemptions so faster and more effective.

Elevator maintenance

Maintenance data of a lift on flexyPage display with touch

Viewing data on the last lift maintenance for building operators and caretakers

The flexyPage Multimedia Displays for elevators can be used as a floor display or as an outside display in front of an elevator to give operators, caretakers and tenants digital information about the last maintenance of the elevator. The additional maintenance data such as the number of trips or the operating hours of the elevator give operators and property managers a good overview of the condition of the elevator.

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