The elevator control panel controls all power and supply units of the elevator, regulates all operations that the elevator must perform, and ensures safety. All functions such as recording or cancellation of cabin calls, door control, cabin load, and speed measurement are performed by elevator control panels.

Elevator Electrical Panel

In the first years of the use of electric elevators, the necessary mechanisms were mounted on the elevator shaft in a machine room. After the 1950s, hydraulic and ram elevators that used oil instead of steam began to be used. The first electrical controls that began to be made in elevators were used with relay techniques that emerged in telephones in the 1970s.

In the 1980s, with the new developments in technology, microprocessors began to be used in elevator controls. Elevator controller is the name given to the system that controls elevators. The elevator control panel is a cabin that contains all the components necessary to control the elevator. The elevator control panel contains all power supply units within itself. It regulates all operations related to the elevator and ensures the safety of the elevator. Functions such as recording or canceling cabin calls, door control, cabin load, and speed measurement Proper execution is accomplished by elevator control panels.

Elevator Control Panel

The location of the elevator control panel has progressed in parallel with the development of technology. It can be placed on the elevator shaft, in the shaft section of the elevator, or the machine room. Elevator control panel parts control all operations of the elevator with the help of advanced microprocessor technology.

All parts or components of the elevator communicate with each other thanks to the Control Area Network (CAN). Typical software for an elevator includes:

Operating System

  • Task scheduling programs
  • Entry and exit and communication programs,
  • Optimizing the work of employees
  • Control programs

Elevator control panel design may vary depending on need. Some types and features of elevator control panels are:

VVVF Inverter Elevators

VVVF (Variable Voltage Variable Frequency) drives are also known as VFD (Variable Frequency Drive) or AFD (Adjustable Frequency Drive), VFD (Variable Frequency Drive), or VSD (Variable Speed ​​Drive). It is an adjustable speed drive controller produced with new technology for controlling the speed of an elevator. It carries out this process by changing the motor supply frequency and motor voltage.

This type of Inverter Elevators has become extremely popular with the widespread use of advanced technology in the market. VVVF provides up to 40% energy efficiency during use. It is more comfortable and faster than other elevators. Thanks to the development of power electronics in the last 40 years, VVVF size has been reduced and the cost has been reduced. In summary, the most preferred system today is VVVF.

Machine Room MR Elevator Control PANEL

The elevator machine room is the room where the machine and electrical control panels are located for the execution and control of the elevator's operations. Although it is not state-of-the-art compared to other systems, it is economical.

MRL Elevator CONTROL Panel Without Machine Room

One of the main differences between the MRL elevator control panel and other products is the use of a synchronous motor instead of an asynchronous motor. This main difference requires the use of a VVVVF inverter in the elevator control panel circuit diagram. On the other hand, not having a separate machine room and having an ergonomic control panel ensures maximum efficiency in system operation.

Hydraulic Lift Control Panel

Although hydraulic elevator control panels have lower power efficiency and are slower compared to modern elevators, they are still highly preferred in the market. Hydraulic elevator control panels are manufactured with a technique that allows them to operate 3 different motors optimally. Hydraulic elevator control panels can control a maximum of 4 elevators.

Arcode Elevator Control Panel

The controller in question can control up to 8 elevators. There is an integrated control card and inverter card on the panel.

The systems described above are some of the definitions of elevator control cabins widely used in Turkey. As Ponis Metal, we are happy to meet all your needs regarding elevator panels and electrical panels.

You can easily access the service required for our products and have your elevators maintained. In this way, you can use your elevators safely for many years.

All of the products we offer to the market meet European Standards (EN81-1, EN 81-1A3, and EN81-20/50)

Elevator Panel Prices

The elevator electrical panels and elevator panels we offer to you as Ponis Metal are high-quality and comprehensive products. Additionally, our products are widely accepted in the market because they are affordable compared to our competitors.

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