Mitsubishi GPX was a standard compact passenger elevator manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric Elevator for overseas market, mainly for the Southeast Asian market.
GPX is similar to GPS-III, although this model has limited basic specifications. It is a low-cost geared traction elevator model for residential and commercial buildings with up to 16 floors. Features includes Reduced Information Set Computer (RISC) microprocessors, variable voltage variable frequency (VVVF) inverters, Data Network System with multiple microprocessor modules and a single System LSI semiconductor device.
Differences between GPS-III and GPX
The following is a table of some visible differences between Mitsubishi GPS-III and GPX model.
|Rated capacity is listed on the car floor indicator display, below the LED display (for flush mounted panels only).||Rated capacity is listed on a badge separated from the floor indicator display.|
|The MITSUBISHI logo is on the top of the car station, just above the car floor indicator display.||The MITSUBISHI logo is on the capacity badge, under the floor indicator display.|
|Service cabinet is present on the bottom of the car station.||No service cabinet.|
|Angled front return panel.||Flat front return panel.|
|More than 700 kilograms of maximum capacity.||Up to 700 kilograms of maximum capacity.|
|Hall station (with floor indicator) has a rounded top.||Hall station (with floor indicator) has a squarish/flat top.|
|Car station has a rounded top.||Car station has a squarish/flat top.|
This model was launched in 1998 and was discontinued around late 2000s.
GPS-III specifications complied with Japan, EN-81 and Malaysia/Singapore code.
- Geared traction
- VVVF control and Data Network System with multiple microprocessor modules
- One or two-car selective collection operation
- 400-700 kilograms (or 5-10 persons) capacities
- 60 m/min of rated speed
- Travel up to 16 floors
- 50 meters of maximum travel
- 2500 mm of minimum floor height
- 120 times/hour of frequency of starting
- Mitsubishi Emergency Landing Device (MELD) as an optional feature
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