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Abnormal elevator speed detector










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #4378059.

An abnormal speed detector for an elevator system having an elevator car for servicing a plurality of floors, means for driving the elevator car in response to a speed command and a speed detector for detecting a running speed of the elevator car is disclosed. The abnormal speed detector comprises means for storing a set of speed data indicating a predetermined abnormal speed checking pattern as a function of running time or running distance of the elevator car, means for reading out of the storage means one of the set of speed data corresponding to an instant value of the running time or running position of the elevator car after the start of run, and means for comparing an actual speed of the elevator car with the readout speed data to determine if the speed of the elevator car is normal or not.








 
 
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