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POWERVATOR® Emergency Rescue Units
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TPV Series
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Powerful industrial inverters designed specifically for traction elevator applications

 

The units contain an integrated contactor for isolating the elevator system from the building power system during emergency power mode. The three-phase output of the TPV simulates normal power during a power outage, allowing rescue of passengers who would otherwise be trapped in a traction elevator. This is done by supporting normal functioning of the controller and door motors, as well as by providing power for the traction brake solenoids and power to the traction motor for movement of the elevator at inspection speed.

HFP Series

 

Powerful industrial inverters designed specifically for hydraulic freight elevator applications

 

The units contain relays for isolating the elevator system from the building power  system  during  emergency  power  mode.   The three-phase output of the HFP simulates normal power during a power outage, allowing for rescue of passengers who would otherwise be trapped in the elevator. This is done by supporting normal functioning of the controller and door motors.

UV2 Series

 

Powerful industrial inverters designed specifically for hydraulic passenger elevator applications

 

The units contain relays for isolating the elevator system from the building power system during emergency power mode. The UV2 will provide single-phase AC and / or DC power to the elevator during a power outage, allowing for rescue of passengers who would otherwise be trapped in the elevator. This is done by supporting normal functioning of the controller and door motors.

RB2 Series

 

Compact inverters that are designed to be used with elevator controllers to prevent entrapment in the event of a loss of power

EBR Option

 

Compact inverters that are designed to be used independently (without the controller) to slowly move the elevator in the direction of drift for maintenance purposes and for rescue purposes when there is a power loss

Door Controllers