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FSSG Prevent Elevator Accidents

FSSG Prevents Elevator run with open Doors, as a result of either Door lock Bypass or Brake Failure or the occurrence of both at the same time

FSSG includes Door Locks Bypass &  Brake monitoring

 No need for Sensors on Brake pads

 No need any controller modification,

 Swift & Easy Installation, Ideal for existing Elevators

  Detection is Independent off Car Door Position

FSSG Adaptable to all types of Elevator controllers

FSSG is the only device that

 Upon By-pass detection, automatically disable Normal elevator operation and keep it out of public service until Bypass is removed, Yet Inspection operation remain operational

 Signals the Elevator Technician to remove By-pass when it’s no longer needed, (when faulty door lock repaired and door locks circuit is made (closed))

 Keeps UCM active even when Door Locks By-pass exist

FSSG is:

Patented,  UL Certified and SIL rated device

Serially connected to door locks circuits

Excluding any Electronics devices

 Constantly monitors any attempt to By-pass the FSSG device, any such attempt result with Elevator shutdown

FSSG also Includes

            Car gate separation from door lock circuits, where Car gate &Doorlocks                  circuits are connected in a single daisy chain

Monitoring  the full safety chain  as required with modern and old used elevators :                Bottom door, intermediate doors , Top door and Car door, with the consideration                for Pre opening & re levelling with open door(s) and A17.1 Firefighter Phase

NEW - Submit Failure messages via GSM (optional)

FSSG is Code compliant with New York City New Rule  NYCBC-2014, as per LL 141, Section 3.10.12

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Some property owners/managers are only now starting to consider how the 2020 code change will affect them.  Considering that up to 40,000 elevators could be impacted, this has become a cause for concern for many.

On the bright side, the code only stipulates what the change is and when it must be implemented. It doesn’t require that existing equipment be changed; some equipment could simply be upgraded to comply. Modernizing of an elevator can be done at a fraction of the cost of an entirely new system. And, while there may be some who will see any expense to address code compliance as a burden, the liability associated with noncompliance is huge. In addition to loss of service, it can include fines, canceled insurance coverage, legal liabilities and massive inconvenience to tenants. 

There has been a recent change in the New York City (NYC) Department of Buildings (DOB) Building Code, which must be addressed by January 1, 2020, for elevators to be in compliance with ASME A17.3. This code change has enormous implications; in fact, the provision impacts up to 40,000 elevators out of the 65,000 throughout the city. It addresses a specific safety issue: that an elevator car will never move with its doors open. Unfortunately, that hasn’t always proved true.

Door-lock monitoring (DLM) which is sometimes referred to as “redundancy,” has been included in 17.3 code 2002 and is in elevator controls built to meet 2000 or subsequent codes. This means that most microprocessor-based controllers built since 2000 (and a few relay-based systems built earlier) either come with monitor circuitry already installed or can be connected to devices that have door fault-monitoring capability. The problem NYC face comes from the vast number of elevators in the city using legacy equipment, which will not easily permit fault monitoring to be added