Architect’s and Consultant’s Specification Guide
Otis Elevator Company
Gearless Machine-Room Less Elevator Up to 300’ of Travel
Prepared according to Construction Specifications Institute (CSI)
01 SUMMARY A. The installation of dedicated GFCI receptacles in the pit and overhead. ANSI/NFPA 70. ANSI A117. Section 05500 . 2. 7. B. Buildings and Facilities. 3. safe and workmanlike manner. D.Cast-In-Place Concrete: elevator pit. All work shall be performed in a first class.Metal Fabrications: pit ladder. Section 03300 . 3. Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines. Section 16720 . Section 07145 . Providing Accessibility and Usability for Physically Handicapped People. and supports for entrances. 10.Telephone Systems: ADAAG-required emergency communications equipment. 1. 6. In all cases where a device or part of the equipment is herein referred to in the singular. Section 02200 .ELEVATORS 14210 – Guide Specifications for Gen2 Gearless Machine–Room Less Elevator SECTION 14210 – Electric Traction Elevators PART 1 . Ventilating.Earthwork: excavation for elevator pit.Construction Facilities and Temporary Controls: protection of floor openings and personnel barriers. temporary power and lighting. C. 11.Fire Alarm Systems: The installation of fire and smoke detectors at required locations and interconnecting devices. and elevator machine foundation. 8. Lighting in controller area. divider beams. b. fire alarm signal lines to contacts in the machine area. f. Applicable Codes: Comply with applicable building and elevator codes at the project site. Wiring for telephone service to controller.1 Gen2 Gearless Machine-Room Less Elevator ® . materials and services required for the complete installation (including operational verification) of all the equipment required for the elevator(s) as herein specified. 3. Section 04200 .Electrical: a.Cementitious Waterproofing: waterproofing of elevator pit.1. machine area and pit. Section 16610 – Emergency (Standby) Power Supply Systems: emergency generator for elevator operation.Heating. Electrical power for elevator installation and testing. Work Required: 1. it is intended that such reference shall apply to as many of such devices or parts as are required to make complete installation. d.Unit Masonry: masonry hoistway enclosure. 5. and Air Conditioning: ventilation and temperature control of elevator equipment areas. 2. building-in and grouting hoistway doorframes. Section 15500 . Related work not specified herein: The following sections contain requirements that relate to this section and are performed by trades other than the elevator manufacturer/installer. c. 2. Section 01500 . e.GENERAL 1. ADAAG. Disconnecting device to elevator equipment prior to activation of sprinkler system. Section 16740 . National Electrical Code. Main disconnects for each elevator. rails and hoisting beam at top of elevator hoistway. Section 16100 . 4. ® 14210 . 9. and grouting of sills. This Section specifies electric traction elevators. including but not limited to the following: 1. The work required under this section consists of all labor.
A. E. Travel (maximum): [350 fpm] [400 fpm] [450 fpm] [500 fpm] 300 ft. 3000 lb. CAN/CSA-B44. or 5000AIA. 3500 lb. F.. Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators. Rated Speed: 350 fpm. Canadian Electrical Code. Platform Size: [2500 front] 6’ 9-½” W x 4’ 10-¾” D [2500 front & rear] 6’ 9-½” W x 5’ 5 ¾” D [3000 front] 6’ 9-½” ” W x 5’ 4 ⅝” D [3000 front & rear] 6’ 9-½” ” W x 5’ 11 ⅝” D [3500 front] 6’ 9-½” ” W x 6’ 0 ⅝ ” D [3500 front & rear] 6’ 9-½” W x 6’ 7 ⅝” D [4000P front] 7’ 9 ½ ” W x 6’ 0 ⅝ ” D [4000P front & rear] 7’ 9 ½” W x 6’ 7 ⅝ ” D [4000H front] 5’ 9 ½ ” W x 8’ 2 ⅛” D [4000H front & rear] 5’ 9 ½” W x 8’ 10 ⅝” D [4500H front] 5’ 9 ½” W x 8’ 8 ⅛ ” D [4500H front & rear] 5’ 9 ½” W x 9’ 4 ⅝ ” D [5000H front] 6’ ½ ” W x 9’ 3 ⅛ ” D [5000H front & rear] 6’ ½” W x 9’ 11 ⅝” D [5000 AIA front] 5’ 9 ½” W x 9’ 9 9/16” D [5000 AIA front & rear] 5’ 9 ½” W x 10’ 5 9/16” D L. (92 m) Rated Capacity: [Select one] 2500 lb.. I. 4000P lb. Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators. Fire Doors and Windows. ANSI/NFPA 80. EN 12016 (May 1998): “EMC Product Family Standards for lifts. each containing the following parameters. D. 8. ® [NOTE: EDIT ITEMS SHOWN IN [BOLD] TEXT] 1.02 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION Note: Create separate sections. CAN/CSA C22. escalators. J. 7. K.. 5.ELEVATORS 14210 – Guide Specifications for Gen2 Gearless Machine–Room Less Elevator 4. Equipment Control: Elevonic® Control System.. G. C.1. Drive: Regenerative Quantity of Elevators: [Enter appropriate number. 450 fpm or 500 fpm. 4000H lb... Fire Tests of Door Assemblies. Clear Inside Dimensions: [2500 front] 6’ 8 5/16 ” W x 4’ 3 1/8 ” D 14210 . 400 fpm. 5000 lb.2 Gen2 Gearless Machine-Room Less Elevator ® .7. 6. ANSI/UL 10B. All other local applicable codes. Local Building Codes 11. 9. H. B. ASME/ANSI A17. 8 max] Elevator Stop Designations: [Enter Appropriate elevator designations] Stops [350 fpm] [400 fpm] [450 fpm] [500 fpm] 36 Openings: [Select one] In line or Front & rear openings. Equipment Description: Gen2® gearless traction elevator with [Select One] Machine Room or Machine Room-less application. 4500 lb. if a group contains more than one system configuration. and passenger conveyors Part 2 – immunity” 10.
O. 3. one car 14210 . 220-240. Optional Machine Room/Space. U. W. Car Capacity: Safely lower. Ride Quality: a. Signal Fixtures: Manufacturer’s standard with metal button targets (exc.8 m/ sec ) In Car Noise: 50 – 55 dB(A) Stopping Accuracy: 0. Car Speed: + 3 % of contract speed under any loading condition or direction of travel. In the absence of system activity. c. stop and hold up to 125% of rated load. Performance: 1. N. Optional remote controller (max distance 250’) V.0 ft. b./ sec (1.6 1. Car Lighting Power Supply: 120 Volts. with a separate equipment grounding conductor. Single-phase.ELEVATORS 14210 – Guide Specifications for Gen2 Gearless Machine–Room Less Elevator [2500 front & rear] 6’ 8 5/16” W x 4’ 3 ¾ ” D [3000 front] 6’ 8 5/16” W x 4’ 9” D [3000 front & rear] 6’ 8 5/16” W x 4’ 9 5/8” D [3500 front] 6’ 8 5/16” W x 5’ 5” D [3500 front & rear] 6’ 8 5/16” W x 5’ 5 9/16” D [4000P front] 7’ 8 5/16” W x 5’ 5” D [4000P front & rear] 7’ 8 5/16” W x 5’ 5 9/16” D [4000H front] 5’ 8 5/16” W x 7’ 5” D [4000H front & rear] 5’ 8 5/16” W x 7’ 5 5/8 ” D [4500H front] 5’ 8 5/16” W x 7’ 11” D [4500H front & rear] 5’ 8 5/16” W x 7’ 11 9/16” D [5000H front] 5’ 11 5/16” W x 8’ 6” D [5000H front & rear] 5’ 11 5/16” W x 8’ 6 5/8” D [5000 AIA front] 5’ 8 5/16” W x 9’ 0” D [5000 AIA front & rear] 5’ 8 5/16” W x 9’ 0 9/16”D M. d. the car shall park at the last landing served. R. e. ( 5 mm) Re-leveling Distance: 0.5% of normal. T./ sec (0. the operation shall be automatic by means of the car and hall buttons. S. (code required). Controller Location Control space or closet. [OR] [Duplex] Duplex Collective Operation: Using a microprocessor-based controller.4 0.2 in.6 ft. ( 10 mm) ® Operation: [Simplex] Simplex Collective Operation: Using a microprocessor-based controller. If all calls in the system have been answered.4 in.3 m/ sec ) 2 2 Acceleration/Deceleration (maximum): 2. 60 Hz. operation shall be automatic by means of the car and hall buttons. Entrance Height: 7’-0” (2134 mm) or 8’-0” (2438 mm) Main Power Supply: 208. g. Vertical Vibration (maximum): 12-17 milli-g Horizontal Vibration (maximum): 10-15 milli-g 3 3 Vertical Jerk (maximum): 4. f. Q.3 Gen2 Gearless Machine-Room Less Elevator ® . Entrance Type and Width: [Select one]: Single-Slide Door 36” (915 mm) or Center-Open Doors 42” (1067 mm) or 48” (1067mm) or Two Speed Doors at 48” (1219mm) or 54” (1371) P. three-Phase. 2. 440-480 or 600 Volts + or . CA). 15 Amp. Cab Height: 8’0” or 9’7” Clear Cab Height [Select one]: 8’-0” with 4 LED ceiling 7’ 7-¼” with dropped 6 LED or 10 LED ceiling [add 1’ 7” for 9’-7” cabs]. Machine Location: Inside the hoistway at the top of the hoistway.
Door Control Features: 1. 5.ELEVATORS 14210 – Guide Specifications for Gen2 Gearless Machine–Room Less Elevator can be made to park at the pre-selected main landing. Zoned Access at Upper Landing. 3. 1. 14210 . 10. 3. Independent Service. Only one car shall respond to a hall call. 3.] 1. guide rails. 2. 2. Relative System Response Dispatching. 3. Full Collective Operation 2. dimensions and layout. Door nudging operation to occur if doors are prevented from closing for an adjustable period of time. delete for Simplex. Maximum rail bracket spacing. [Include the following operations for duplex or multi-car Operation. Zoned Car Parking. Renumber accordingly. multi-beam array projecting across the car door opening. Shop Drawings: Submit approval layout drawings. 2. as well as its own car calls. or Special Emergency Service Phase I and II – Emergency Recall and In-Car Emergency Operation (Canada only). Include the following: 1. Operation Features – Optional [Include the following options as required. Include the following: 1. 7.4 Gen2 Gearless Machine-Room Less Elevator ® . Door control to open doors automatically when car arrives at a landing in response to a normal hall or car call. 6. 4. AA. 5. 2. Automatic Rescue Operation 6. operating panels and indicators. 4. If either car is removed from service. 1. Express Priority Service with key-switch(es) at [enter landing designation(s)] 4. Elevator doors shall be provided with a reopening device that will stop and reopen the car door(s) and hoistway door(s) automatically should the door(s) become obstructed by an object or person. 4. The other (free) car shall remain at the last landing served. Fan and Light Protection. Expected heat dissipation of elevator equipment in hoistway (BTU). Electrical characteristics and connection requirements. Hoistway-door and frame details. 3.] 9.] ® Y. Operating Features – Standard 1. Zoned Access at Bottom Landing. Z. 2. buffers and other components in hoistway. Provide equipment according to seismic zone: [Enter appropriate zone for project: 0. Emergency Hospital Service. the other car shall immediately answer all hall calls.03 SUBMITTALS A. 8. Anti-nuisance. Door protection shall consist of a two dimensional. Signal and operating fixtures. Load Weighing Bypass. X. Automatic Standby Power Operation with Manual Override. Firefighters' Service Phase I and Phase II (USA only). Color selection chart for Cab and Entrances. Product Data: Submit manufacturer’s product data for each system proposed for use. B. Car. 6. 5. Full Collective Operation. Cab design. Top of Car Inspection.
Inspections and Certificates: The Elevator Contractor shall obtain and pay for necessary Municipal or State Inspection and permit as required by the elevator inspection authority. Clear inside hoistway and pit dimensions. 14210 . 1. abuse or accidents caused by persons other than the elevator contractor. including any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. abuse. These tests shall be made in the presence of such authorities or their authorized representatives. vandalism.04 Maximum loads imposed on guide rails requiring load transfer to building structure. whichever is earlier. STORAGE AND HANDLING A. Clearances and travel of car. and redeliver to the job site shall not be at the expense of the elevator contractor.06 WARRANTY A. misuse. Only genuine parts and supplies as used in the manufacture and installation of the original equipment shall be provided. Maintenance service consisting of regular examinations and adjustments of the elevator equipment shall be provided by the elevator contractor for a period of [Select the appropriate new installation maintenance period: <three (3)> <six (6)> <nine (9)> <twelve (12)>] months after the elevator has been turned over for the customer’s use. then the elevator contractor.ELEVATORS 14210 – Guide Specifications for Gen2 Gearless Machine–Room Less Elevator 3. will divert the elevator equipment to the storage area. If the equipment has already been delivered to the site. or neglect or any other causes beyond the control of the elevator contractor and this express warranty is in lieu of all other warranties. 1. the General Contractor will be responsible to provide a proper and suitable storage area on or off the premises. repairs or replacement of parts due to negligence. The warranty excludes: ordinary wear and tear. ® Operations and Maintenance Manuals: Provide manufacturer's standard operations and maintenance manual. 6. 1. Installer: Elevators shall be installed by the manufacturer. storage. of each elevator.07 MAINTENANCE and SERVICE A. 1. Should the storage area be off-site and the equipment not yet delivered. All work shall be performed by competent employees during regular working hours of regular working days. This service shall not cover adjustments. and make such tests as are called for by the regulations or such authorities. hoistway entrances and frames. Manufacturer: Elevator manufacturer shall be ISO 9001 certified. Location and sizes of access doors. C. express or implied. then the General Contractor shall transport the elevator equipment to the storage area. The warranty period shall not extend longer than one (1) year from the date of completion or acceptance thereof by beneficial use. This service shall not be subcontracted but shall be performed by the elevator contractor.05 DELIVERY. misuse. upon notification from the General Contractor. Permits. B. The cost of elevator equipment taken to storage by either party. QUALITY ASSURANCE A. 5. Should the building or the site not be prepared to receive the elevator equipment at the agreed upon date. The elevator contractor’s acceptance is conditional on the understanding that their warranty covers defective material and workmanship. 4. improper use. C.5 Gen2 Gearless Machine-Room Less Elevator ® .
shut down elevator. An AC gearless machine using embedded permanent magnets [Machine-roomless] mounted at the top of the hoistway or [Machine Room] in machine room above the hoistway. 6) Provide the means from the controller to reset the emergency brake when set because of an unintended car movement or ascending car over speed. Belts. Provide [Select One] <machine-roomless> or <machine room> Gen2™ traction passenger elevators from Otis Elevator Company. Provide system capabilities to enable a remote expert to create a live. The periodic lubrication of elevator components shall not be required. 3. This emergency stop switch when opened disconnects power from the brake and prevents the motor from running. Rails. Remotely diagnose elevator issues with a remote team of experts Remotely return an elevator to service Provide real-time status updates via email Remotely make changes to selected elevator functions including: a. extend specific floor extended opening time. remove car from group operation. change parking floor. 2) Provide on top of the car the necessary devices to run the elevator in inspection operation. Ropes. etc The elevator control system must: 1) Provide in the controller the necessary devices to run the elevator on inspection operation. Car and CWT guides. Control building traffic: Restrict floor access. 2. Polyurethane Coated-Steel Belts for elevator hoisting purposes. D. select up peak/down peak mode. activate auto car full. 3) Provide in the controller an emergency stop switch. 3. activate fan energy save mode. advance door opening. 4. Regenerative drive that captures normally wasted energy and feeds clean power back into the building’s power grid. activate anti-nuisance. Conserve energy: Activate cab light energy save mode. activate independent service b. 5) Provide the means from the controller to reset the governor over speed switch and also trip the governor. 4) Provide in the event of a power outage. interactive connection with the elevator system to enable the following functions: 1. 2. shut down car(s) c. including: Sheaves. PART 2 .6 Gen2 Gearless Machine-Room Less Elevator ® . release trapped passengers ® C.ELEVATORS 14210 – Guide Specifications for Gen2 Gearless Machine–Room Less Elevator B. the system shall consist of the following components: 1.PRODUCTS 2. means from the controller to electrically lift and control the elevator brake to safely bring the elevator to the nearest available landing. Specifically. 14210 . Improve passenger experience: Extend door open times. The control system and car design based on materials and systems manufactured by Otis Elevator Company. 7) [Optional] Provide the means from the controller to reset elevator earthquake operation.01 DESIGN AND SPECIFICATIONS A. door nudging.
with a synchronous permanent-magnet motor. Emergency stop switch in the pit 2. dual solenoid service and emergency disc brakes. mounted at the top of the hoistway. Field conductor terminations points shall be segregated. with a synchronous permanent-magnet motor. dual solenoid service and emergency disc brakes. [450 fpm] Oil type buffers shall be used. Controller shall be separated into two distinct halves. escalators. B. Sleep mode operation for LED ceiling lights and car fan. Drive: A Variable Voltage Variable Frequency AC drive system shall be provided. 6. Terminal stopping switches. Emergency access shall be provided through an access panel in the entrance frame secured by a key lock. Controller shall be located inside the wall next to the top landing entrance frame.) and low voltage (< 30 volts DC) 4. mounted in the machine room above the hoistway. 5. Controllers shall be designed and tested for Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) immunity according to the EN 12016 (May 1998): “EMC Product Family Standards for lifts.\ [Optional] Control space barrier: Provide control space barrier consisting of bi-folding barrier system that can be opened out of the room to provide protection during service. Controller: A microcomputer based control system shall be provided to perform all of the functions of safe elevator operation. D. [400 fpm] Oil type buffers shall be used. [500 fpm] Oil type buffers shall be used. 14210 . All high voltage (110V or above) contact points inside the controller shall be protected from accidental contact when the controller doors are open.> [OR] [Machine Room]< ? > The governor shall be a tension type governor Buffers. B. E. 3. 2. Hoistway Operating Devices: 1. and passenger conveyors Part 2 – immunity” 5. The drive shall be set up for regeneration of AC power back to the building grid. B. Motor Drive side and Control side. LED lighting standard in ceiling lights and elevator fixtures. A separate control room or cabinet should not be required.7 Gen2 Gearless Machine-Room Less Elevator ® . > [OR] [Machine Room] <AC gearless machine.02 Approved Installer: Otis Elevator Company ® EQUIPMENT: CONTROLLER COMPONENTS A. 1. high voltage (>30 volts DC and 110 VAC. Machine: [Machine Room-Less] <AC gearless machine. 2. 2.ELEVATORS 14210 – Guide Specifications for Gen2 Gearless Machine–Room Less Elevator 4.03 EQUIPMENT: MACHINE AND GOVERNOR A. High voltage motor power conductors shall be routed so as to be physically segregated from the rest of the controller. The system shall also perform car and group operational control. > Governor: [Machine Room-Less] <The governor shall be a tension type governor. Car and Counterweight: [Select one] [350 fpm] Oil type buffers shall be used. C.
Marking plates shall be provided on both sides of the entrance.04 EQUIPMENT: CAR COMPONENTS A. Frames: Entrance frames shall be of bolted construction for complete one-piece unit assembly. or nickel silver finish.ELEVATORS 14210 – Guide Specifications for Gen2 Gearless Machine–Room Less Elevator F. Governor Rope: Governor rope shall be steel and shall consist of at least eight strands wound about a sisal core center.] Select finish: < paint> < satin stainless steel> <gold stain> Color to be selected from the manufacturer's color chart.” Frame & Door finish can be independent. All frames shall be securely fastened to fixing angles mounted in the hoistway and shall be of UL fire rated steel. Entrance Finish: [This paragraph may be written as needed to indicate specific entrance finishes by the opening. 7. reader box. flexible guide clamp type. Sight Guards: sight guards will be furnished with all doors painted to match with painted doors. Coated Steel Belts: Polyurethane coated steel belts with-tensile-grade. 6. The car safety shall be integral to the car frame and shall be Type "B". Car frame and Safety: A car frame fabricated from formed or structural steel members shall be provided with adequate bracing to support the platform and car enclosures. [Optional] Counterweight Safeties: Counterweight safeties shall be applied to the counterweight frame. 2. 3. Guide Rails and Attachments: Guide rails shall be Tee-section steel rails with brackets and fasteners. or gold satin. G. Steel Shell Cab with painted vertical removable panels 14210 . Entrance marking plates: Entrance jambs shall be marked with 4” x 4” (102 mm x 102 mm) plates having raised floor markings with Braille located adjacent to the floor marking. Sills shall be extruded aluminum. Fire Rating: Entrance and doors shall be UL fire rated for 1-1/2 hour 5.8 Gen2 Gearless Machine-Room Less Elevator ® . floors 2 through 8 . Clearly indicate landing/opening designations for each finish. Hoistway Entrances: 1. K. 4. and one of the car guide rails to building fastening. ® H. Cab [Select one] Cab Options: B. flexible guide clamp type. For example: “Lobby .with white paint. Fascia: Galvanized sheet steel shall be provided at the front of the hoistway. painted black for stainless steel and gold satin doors. 2. and shall be either a type ”B”. Doors: Entrance doors shall be of metal construction with vertical channel reinforcements. and door zone sensors. I. J. Side counterweight arrangements shall have a dual-purpose bracket that combines both counterweight guide rails. zinc-plated steel cords. Positioning System: Consists of an encoder. L.satin finish stainless steel.
Ceiling Type: [Select one] [Ceiling] Flat steel ceiling [Select: <Real White (EWO)> or <Black (EW5)> or <Brushed Steel Finish>] with 4 LED lights.4 mm x 48. J. Laminate to be selected from manufacturer’s catalog of choices.ELEVATORS 14210 – Guide Specifications for Gen2 Gearless Machine–Room Less Elevator Steel Shell Cab with laminated vertical removable panels Steel Shell Cab with stainless steel vertical removable panels Paints and laminate to be selected from manufacturer’s catalog of choices.] Threshold: Extruded Aluminum or Bronze Finish or Nickel-Silver Finish. At speeds G. ® F.1 code requirements. Fan: A two-speed 120 VAC fan will be mounted to the ceiling to facilitate in-car air circulation. Guides: The car shall have 3” diameter roller guides at top and 6 ¼” diameter at bottom and the counterweight shall have 5” diameter roller type guides at the top and the bottom. [OR] [Drop Ceiling] LED Perimeter-lit ceiling [Select: <Real White (EWO)> or <Black (EW5)> or <Brushed Steel Finish> or <Gold Satin Finish>]. D. Handrail: Handrails shall be provided on the [Select one <side walls> or <rear wall> or <side and rear walls> of the car enclosure. Handrails shall be 3/8” x 2” (9.9 Gen2 Gearless Machine-Room Less Elevator ® . Premium Cab Options: Steel Shell Cab with raised laminate hang on panels. [OR] [Drop Ceiling] Dropped flat steel ceiling [Select: <Real White (EWO)> or <Black (EW5)> or <Brushed Steel Finish> or <Gold Satin Finish>] with 6 LED lights. A switch shall be provided in the car-operating panel to control the fan.26 mm) Oval Handrail with a Brushed Steel Finish. I. Or 1 ½” diameter (38.5 mm x 51 mm) flat tubular handrail with a Brushed Steel or Gold Satin Finish. K. Emergency Car Lighting: An emergency power unit employing a 6-volt sealed rechargeable battery and totally static circuits shall be provided to illuminate the elevator car in the event of building power failure. [Delete if No Handrail Option is selected. 14210 . Car Front Finish: Satin Stainless Steel or Gold Satin. Brushed Stainless Steel finished base plate located at top and bottom C. meeting A17. Brushed Stainless Steel finished base plate located at top and bottom (Brushed Stainless Steel finished vertical trim pieces optional) . The fan shall be rubber mounted to prevent the transmission of structural vibration and will include a baffle to diffuse audible noise. Car Door Finish: Satin Stainless Steel or Gold Satin. E. Steel Shell Cab with raised stainless steel hang on panels. Emergency Exit Contact: An electrical contact shall be provided on the car-top exit.1 mm) Round bar handrail with a Brushed Steel or Gold Satin Finish Or 1” x 1 15/16” (25. H.
Flush satin stainless steel button with blue LED illuminating center jewel > <Lexan 1/8” (3mm) projecting fully illuminated button with white LED> (required by some local California codes) The car operating panel shall be equipped with the following features: 1. Standard for USA. 7. Visual indicators are provided for call initiation and call acknowledgement. The car operating panel shall have a satin stainless steel or gold satin finish. where personnel are available who can take the appropriate action. Load weighing device shall be mounted on the belts at the top of the hoistway. It shall contain a bank of round stainless steel. 2. the car shall have 6 ¼” diameter sprung roller guides at top and bottom and an option for 8” sprung roller guides at top and bottom L. 3. N. mechanical LED illuminated buttons. Landing Passing Signal: A chime bell shall sound in the car to signal that the car is either stopping at or passing a floor served by the elevator. In car stop switch (toggle or key unless local code prohibits use) 9. A second COP is available] A car operating panel shall be furnished. key switches.10 Elevator Gen2 Gearless Machine-Room Less ® . 4.ELEVATORS 14210 – Guide Specifications for Gen2 Gearless Machine–Room Less Elevator above 350fpm. and message indicators for elevator operation. Firefighter’s hat (standard USA) 10. Call Cancel Button (standard USA) 14210 . Help Button: The help button shall initiate two-way communication between the car and a location inside the building.05 EQUIPMENT: SIGNAL DEVICES AND FIXTURES A. 2. 5. Elevator Data Plate marked with elevator capacity and car number. Flush mounted to the panel and marked to correspond to the landings served. ® M. Firefighter’s Phase II Key-switch (standard USA) 11. 6. Car Operating Panel: A car operating panel shall be provided which contains all push buttons. Optional in Canada 8. switching over to another location if the call is unanswered. Platform: The car platform surface shall be constructed of metal. Door open and door close buttons. Car Position Indicator at the top of and integral to the car operating panel. All buttons to have raised numerals and Braille markings with: <Flat Flush Mounted satin stainless steel button with blue or white LED illuminating halo or gold satin button with white LED illuminating halo> <1/8” (3mm) satin stainless steel projecting button with blue or white illuminating halo or gold satin button with white illuminating halo> <Vandal-Resistant. [Optional] Certificate frame: Provide a Certificate frame with a satin stainless steel finish. [An optional Luxury Swing COP is available. Raised markings and Braille to the left hand side of each push-button. Inspection key-switch. The LED ceiling lights and the fan should automatically shut off when the system is not in use and be powered back up after a passenger calls the elevator and pushes a hall button.
LED car position indicator shall be integral to the car operating panel. [Include the following options as required.27. Buttons shall be in vertically mounted fixture. Car Lantern and Chime: A directional lantern visible from the corridor shall be provided in the car entrance. PART 3 . Hall fixtures shall have a [This paragraph may be written as needed to indicate specific fixture finishes by opening. D. H.7.EXECUTION 3.1 2000. Hall fixtures to be located in the entrance frame face or the wall. [Optional] Access key-switch at top floor in entrance jamb. Firefighter’s Phase II Emergency In-Car Operating Instructions: worded according to A17. [Optional] Card Reader Provision [Optional. F. Duplex only] Emergency (standby) Power key-switch: Manual selection of each elevator in normal operation after automatic return in standby power operation has been initiated. 2.ELEVATORS 14210 – Guide Specifications for Gen2 Gearless Machine–Room Less Elevator Optional: 1.11 Elevator Gen2 Gearless Machine-Room Less ® . mechanical buttons marked to correspond to the landings.2. Button Options: <Flat Flush Mounted satin stainless steel button with blue or white LED illuminating halo or gold satin button with white LED illuminating halo> <1/8” (3mm) satin stainless steel projecting button with blue or white illuminating halo or gold satin button with white illuminating halo> <Vandal-Resistant. B. Hall Fixtures: Hall fixtures shall be provided with necessary push buttons and key switches for elevator operation. Car Position Indicator: A digital. Article 2. When the car stops and the doors are opening. the lantern shall indicate the direction in which the car is to travel and a chime will sound. Please Exit Symbol: provided with emergency hospital service. Re-letter accordingly] E. Seismic Zones ≥2 or express priority in the hall. Clearly indicate landing/opening designations for each finish] Integral Hall fixtures shall feature round stainless steel. G. [Optional] Access key-switch at lowest floor in entrance jamb.01 PREPARATION 14210 . Flush satin stainless steel button with blue LED illuminating center jewel > <Lexan 1/8” (3mm) projecting fully illuminated button with white LED> (required by some local California codes) ® C. Fixture shall be satin stainless steel or Gold Satin finish.
02 INSTALLATION A. Do not proceed with work until unsatisfactory conditions are corrected. Take field dimensions and examine conditions of substrates.12 Elevator Gen2 Gearless Machine-Room Less ® . The elevator contractor shall determine that control systems and operating devices are functioning properly. Copyright 2012 by Otis Elevator Co. The elevator contractor shall make a final check of each elevator operation with the Owner or Owner’s representative present prior to turning each elevator over for use. supports. ® 3. Installation of all elevator components except as specifically provided for elsewhere by others. REV 9/17/12 14210 . 3.ELEVATORS 14210 – Guide Specifications for Gen2 Gearless Machine–Room Less Elevator A. Notice to the user: Permission is granted to use this material for only the purpose for which Otis supplies it.03 DEMONSTRATION A. and other conditions under which this work is to be performed. All rights reserved.