The NC705 Elevator Deactivation Panel is designed to prevent a tagged resident or asset from using an elevator to leave a monitored floor. The elevator company uses two relays inside the NC705 cabinet to interface with the TekCARE®700 system.
If a tag enters a monitored elevator zone, the elevator call button is deactivated. Other floors are unaffected, and elevator cars can still arrive at the monitored floor.
If a tag is in the transmit field of the NC702 Door Controller while the elevator doors are open, or enters the transmit field while the elevator doors are open, an alarm sounds and the elevator doors will remain open, holding the car at the floor until the alarm is cleared.
If the elevator car is en route to the monitored floor when a tag enters the transmit field of a door controller, the elevator will arrive on the floor, the doors will open, and an alarm will sound.
Dry contacts must be supplied by the elevator company to monitor the elevator car door. 12 VDC alarm voltage energizes the K1 Relay to deactivate the elevator car when a tag is detected and the elevator door is open. If a door contact is not available, an SF703 PIR Motion Detector may be used to monitor the area in front of the elevator door.
12 VDC Tag Detect Voltage energizes the K2 Relay to deactivate the call button when a tag is detected by the door controller. Power provided by PK505 Power Supply, sold separately.
- Size: 7.8" × 8.25" × 3.75"
- Weight: 3.5 lbs
- Construction: Powder Coated Steel
- Operating Voltage: 12 VDC
- Current Draw: 120 mA maximum
- Contact Rating: 10A/250 VAC
- Mounting: Surface
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