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Kone original-sized EcoDisc hoisting machine by Kone. This is the smallest EcoDisc motor. Both the MonoSpace and MiniSpace mid-rise only models have two different types of motors and the model name for both models starts with S  and N . It is used for elevators with 2: Used in a MonoSpace elevator.
All of those are working with their LCE Controller. Bottom view of the Kome motor, with the traction ropes and sheave are clearly seen.
It is used on the Kone Alta ultra high speed elevators. A large and more powerful EcoDisc machine compared to MX EcoDisc MX 18 machines used on a newly modernized elevators.
The Kone EcoDisc is a gearless hoisting machine made by Kone since the introduction of their MonoSpace elevators inthe world’s first machine room less elevator system. InKone started to provide another type of hoisting machine also called EcoDisc.
Bythe Kone UltraRope can be used on this machine. It is used on the Kone Alta elevators.
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Klne was totally redesigned which made the motor smaller than the original-sized motor  and that it would force Kone to distinguish between the original-sized motor or smaller-sized motor. Retrieved from ” http: A typical EcoDisc motor installed in the shaft Hong Kong version usually have a safety protection guard to prevent the workers get injured.
It is only used for elevators with 2: The EcoDisc motor has many benefits such as superior material and energy efficiency, using no oil at all, has a permanent magnet synchronous motor in combination with frequency llce and low friction gearless construction, all of which combine to be able to use only half the power needed by comparable conventional systems.
A bigger EcoDisc motor compared to MX In case of emergency and power failure, authorized technicians can pull the lever manually to release the brakes. This is the largest EcoDisc machine.
Contents [ show ]. Exploded view of an ecodisc motor source: The EcoDisc motor was first introduced in It can be used in elevators with 1: Not only that, it is half the weight of a conventional power unit, and is very simple, with only one moving part, making it very smooth and quiet to operate.
This is a lxe machine with two motors fixed on the floor. It is used in elevators with 1: It is normally used in MonoSpace elevators with 2: Emergency brake release lever on MX 32 machine. Sign In Don’t have an account?