Stairways Sensor Driver

stairways sensor driver

Stairways Sensor Driver

The stairways sensor driver is an elevator control system that receives input from sensors that monitor passengers entering and exiting an elevator car. The sensor fusion logic compares output from the sensors to expected patterns and takes preventative measures.

For example, if the volumetric sensor and the light curtain sensor both typically trigger at the same time, but both do not, then the stairways sensor driver elevator can assume that one of them is faulty and send a notification to an elevator service provider.

Carriage (lift)

A carriage (lift) is the mechanical device used to indicate the position of the elevator car in the shaft by moving it up and down. This is a common feature in relay-driven traction elevators and is usually located in the machine room, but can also be incorporated into a newer elevator. The carriage moves up and down with the help of a chain or tape attached to it and to the elevator car. This chain or tape is connected to multiple switches inside the selector, which activate floor position indicator lamps on both the inside and outside of the elevator car. The selector is powered by a relay-powered controller.

Stertil Koni offers the ebright Smart Control System which allows workshop technicians to operate the lift columns individually or in pairs, with complete visual information provided by a full-colour touch screen console that shows all the operation details on the lift column in question. Safety is further stairways sensor driver enhanced by independent mechanical locking systems incorporated into each column to prevent a vehicle from being lowered.

Lock detector

The lock detector used by stairways sensor driver is an electronic device that detects movement in the vicinity of the lock. It uses microwave motion sensors and passive infra-red (PIR) sensor technology to sense motion within a locked area. The devices can detect a change in energy and send an alarm when the signal satisfies their detecting criteria. The devices can be equipped with multiple alarm options, including an audible warning or a high-pitched alert. They can also provide information about battery life and activity status by emitting acoustic signals. A variety of smart locks are available that allow you to monitor your home from anywhere in the world using a smartphone or a computer. Some require Wi-Fi, while others work with Bluetooth or Z-wave connectivity. These smart locks come in a variety of designs and colors to match your home d├ęcor. The most advanced versions have built-in cameras and microphones to capture audio and video as well.

Optimal switching buttons

The optimal switching button is a mechanically sealed push button assembly that can be operated with minimal force, corresponding to a very light touch of the operator on the exposed surface of the button. This allows the piezoelectric element to deflect slightly on depression of the button, thereby producing an output signal that activates the elevator control. It also minimizes the risk of vandalism since foreign objects are not allowed to access the switch. The maximum force allowed for the operation of the switch is about 0.005 inches, or a very small controlled deflection. This minimizes the amount of force required to operate the switch and reduces the potential for damage to the piezoelectric element due to excessive application of pressure by the operator.