Choose Safe-T-Lock for
Smart Elevator Safety
The versatile Safe-T-Lock door monitoring system detects the most common elevator faults, is compatible with most existing equipment and meets the updated New York City Building Code requirements.
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New NYC Building Code requirements
for elevator door safety
New York City Elevator
Code Compliance Deadline: 1/1/2020
FAULT TYPES DETECTED BY SAFE-T-LOCK
Door Not Fully Closed Fault: This type of fault indicates that the car gate switch and/or hoistway door lock are closed but the car door is not physically fully closed.
Shorted Door Lock or Car Gate Switch Fault: This type of fault indicates inconsistent performance of the door fully open signal, car gate switch, hoistway door lock, inspection and Fire Phase 2 signals.
Hardware Failure: Safe-T-Lock Monitor monitors itself against hardware failure for redundant protection.
- ADAMS' Safe-T-Lock Monitor complies with Section 3.10.12 of the New York City Building Code and ASME A17.3.
- CSA approved to CSA B44.1 and ASME A17.5.
- PLC based design includes a display screen to indicate monitor status and specific door fault codes for troubleshooting.
- Includes a terminal block system for easy interfacing with existing elevator controllers.
- Works with most any controller on the market. Primary signals required are Car Gate Switch (CGS), Hoistway Door Lock (HDL), Door Fully Open (DFO), Door Fully Closed (DFC), Automatic and Inspection mode and Fire Phase 2 (FR2) where permitted by code.
- Variability in elevator control system voltages is addressed through the selection of corresponding coil voltages of eight interface relays mounted inside the Safe-T-Lock Monitor enclosure.