Fuji escalator solutions


  • From making it easier for shoppers to move around in malls to helping passengers make their connections on time, our escalators and moving walk set the standard for safety, reliability, and eco-efficiency. They are also designed to enhance the look and feel of your building, with a range of stunning visual customization options.




Product

Segment

Maximum rise

Speed

Inclination

Duty cycle

Environment

Fuji Escalator

Commercial, retail, hotel,office

13m

 0.5, m/s

30°, 35°

12-16 hours/day

Indoor,outdoor

Fuji Moving walk

Commercial, retail, hotel,office

7m

0.5 m/s

10°, 12°

12-16 hours/day

Indoor, semi-outdoor

Fuji Horizontal

 Moving walk

 

Airport ,office

100m

0.75, 0.65, 0.5, 0.4 with inverter

 

0-6º

20-24 hours/day

Indoor and semi-outdoo




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Functions

No.

Name

Description

Operating systems

1

Simplex collective control

This is a fully automatic operation used for a single elevator system. Hall calls in the direction in which the elevator is travelling are responded to sequentially and when all calls in that direction are cleared, calls in the opposite direction are responded to. When there are no more calls, the elevator will stop at the last floor served.

2

Duplex collective control

This is a fully automatic operation used for a two-elevator system. Hall calls are responded to by whichever elevator that can serve the hall call faster. When there are no more calls, one of the elevators will stand by at the stand by floor while the other elevator will stay at the last floor served.

3

Group control

FIBEE

Allows the passenger to preselect the destination floor on the destination floor panel installed at the landing hall. This reduces button operations to one, improving the operability.

4

FI-10

This is a simplified group control system used to operate three or four elevators. The system provides a ring control to allocate the elevator car closed to the floor where a new hall call is registered.

5

FI-100

This is a group control system used to operate three to six elevators in a medium-sized building. This control system uses “reference-trajectory control”, which is based on the theory used in the highest model of the “future reference-trajectory control”.

6

FI-600

This is a group control system used to operate three to eight elevators in a large-sized building. This control system consists of three smart systems; “future reference-trajectory control”, “learning system” and “intelligent system”.

7

Down collective control

For this system, all floors have downcall buttons only, except for the stand by floor, where there is upcall button only. The other operations are the same as in selective-collective and duplex selective-collective operations.

Service functions

1

Automatic return function

After all the calls have been served, the elevator will return to the stand by floor for stand by.

2

Attendant operation

For this system, the stop floor is manually set by an attendant, such as in a department store.

3

Independent operation

This operation system is used when there is a need to serve special passengers. Under this operation, all hall calls are disabled for the elevator and it is reserved for exclusive use of the special passengers.

4

Parking operation

The elevator can be parked at the designated floor with a key switch.

5

Rush-hour schedule operation

All the elevators will automatically return to the stand by floor, after serving the last call during this preset rush-hour timing.

6

Homing operation *3

When a dedicated button is pressed, the other registered destinations are cancelled and the elevator goes directly to the specified floor. This is useful in hospitals, etc., when it is necessary to use the elevator in an emergency.

7

Separated simplex operation

When duplex collective control or group control is used, a selector switch on the control panel is used to switch between parallel operation and independent operation.

8

Interphone system

An interphone system is provided for emergency communication between the elevator and the master unit (in the supervisory panel, etc.).

9

Floor lock-out operation

Specific service floors can be locked-out by activating a switch.

10

Temporary call registration of certain restricted floor

By inputting a pre-programmed code using the car operating board floor buttons, passengers can gain access to certain restricted floors.

11

Door nudging operation

When the door has been open for a certain period of time, a buzzer sounds and the door forcibly closes.

 

No.

Name

Description

Safety functions

1

Abnormal speed protection function

In the event that the elevator is moving downwards at an abnormally high speed, the brakes will be automatically engaged and the elevator will cease operation.