Rope Brake Management During Unintended Motion or Up Overspeed Event

mechanics_top_elevatorIn the U.S., ASME A17.1 code, requiring elevator systems to incorporate a rope brake, was not introduced until 2001 (1996 in Canada). Because of this, controllers installed before 2001 may lack the necessary logic to appropriately manage a rope brake during an unintended motion or up overspeed event. Electrodyn’s UMDC provides the necessary code-compliant control to properly manage a rope brake and ensure passenger safety. Capable of retrofitting to any controller and brake type, it’s one-of-a-kind. It is the ONLY after-market retrofit product on the market today that provides unintended motion logic. Click here for a list of controllers lacking this functionality. Get a quote.                                                                          

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