Not to be confused with Otis ReGen.

Otis Gen2-Regen (stylised as GeN2-Regen) is a machine room less elevator made by Otis which is part of the Otis Gen2 series. It was introduced in April 2010.


Gen2-Regen is the current gearless machine room less elevator model made by both Otis and Xizi Otis/Otis Electric Elevator in China. Designed for low to mid rise buildings with up to 16 and 24 floors, this model is sold in most countries except North America. The Gen2-Regen elevators can be easily identified by its small but fatter maintenance control cabinet on the top floors, and fixtures consists of various unique styles of TFT-LCD floor indicator displays and concave buttons with blue or red illumination (although there are also other styles of buttons or other non-proprietary buttons such as Dewhurst as the options). Most of these elevators have the XIZI OTIS (now changed to simply Otis) brand listed inside the maintenance control board and the controller (ACD2-MRL), but some also have brand listed on the car station.

Like most other Gen2 series, this model features the ReGen regenerative drive. When the elevator is traveling upward with lighter load or downward with heavier load, ReGen will convert the reduced potential energy into power energy. The newly converted energy will be filtered and recycled by the ReGen drive and fed back to the internal grid.

Otis also makes a smaller machine room version of this model, known as Otis Gen2-MR.


  • Machine room less gearless traction, equipped with two brakes and works independently, to achieve the ACOP and UCMP requirements.
  • 250-2000 kg capacity.
  • 1/1.5/1.6/1.75/2/2.5 m/s speed.
  • Serves up to 16 or 36 floors.
  • 20, 45, 50, 75, 100 or 125 m of maximum rise.
  • Single or double entrance.
  • Center or two speed telescoping side or center opening door.
  • NGSOK door operating system. Other non-proprietary door operators such as Sematic and Wittur are also provided as the options.
  • CEDES door sensors.

Notable installations

For the Otis's Gen2-Regen installed under Sigma Muse NV's name, Please refer to Sigma Muse (elevator).



  • Jakarta Mass Rapid Transit (MRT)
    • All stations along North-South Line (M1, Phase 1) (2018-2019)
  • Jakarta Light Rail Transit (LRT) (2018-ongoing)
    • All stations along LRT Line A (Phase 1) (2018-2019)
  • PIK Avenue Mall
  • FamilyMart Kelapa Gading
  • Harmoni Exchange (2016)
  • FamilyMart Hayam Wuruk
  • Club 108 (formerly Illigals Hotel & Club)
  • Dipo Tower
  • Lippo Mall Puri (2014)
  • All Seasons Hotel Thamrin
  • Raffles Hotel Jakarta (2012)


  • The Apurva Kempinski Bali (2017)
  • Melià Bali (2016, replacement from 1985 Schindler elevators)
  • Hilton Garden Inn Bali Ngurah Rai Airport (2015)
  • Lippo Mall Kuta & Aryaduta Hotel (2013)
  • Citadines ApartHotel Kuta Beach (2013)
  • Padma Resort Legian (2010 and 2014)
  • Serela Legian Hotel (2015)
  • The Stones Legian (2010)
  • Sing Ken Ken Lifestyle Boutique Hotel (2012)
  • Alila Seminyak (2014)
  • Plataran Resort Ubud (2013)

Other cities

  • Soekarno-Hatta International Airport Terminal 2, Cengkareng, Banten
  • Airport HUB, Cengkareng, Banten
    • Swiss-Belhotel Airport
  • Mall @ Alam Sutera, Serpong, Tangerang, Banten (2012)
  • The Prominence Office Tower, Serpong, Tangerang, Banten
  • Grand Galaxy Park, Bekasi
  • Padma Hotel Bandung, Bandung
  • Prima In Hotel, Yogyakarta (2015)
  • Ibis Budget Semarang, Semarang
  • Amartahills Hotel and Resort, Batu (2015)
  • Suroboyo Pedestrian Footbridge, Surabaya (2016)
  • Swiss-Belinn Panakkukang, Makassar
  • Center Point Mall, Medan


  • Fahrenheit 88, Kuala Lumpur
  • Setia City Mall, Shah Alam, Selangor
  • Birch Regency, Georgetown, Penang



  • B Gallery Fashion Arena
  • The Up Rama 3
  • The Sense Pinklao
  • Huachiew Hospital
  • Talad Phahurat
  • Hua Chiew Hospital (New Building)
  • Thanya Shopping Park
  • The Nine Center Rama 9
  • Grand China Hotel Bangkok (Retail)
  • BITEC Bangna (Extension)
  • Compass Skyview Hotel Sukhumvit 24 (Rooftop Bar)

Other cities

  • The Salaya Mall, Nakhom Pathom
  • Imagine Village, Pathumthani
  • BTS Sukhumvit Line South Extension (Samrong to Kheha), Samut Prakan
  • Mega Bangna, Samut Prakan (Foodwalk)
  • Premium Outlet Udonthani, Udon Thani

Other countries

  • Some stations of the Shanghai Metro, Shanghai, China
  • Macau Light Rail Transit (LRT), Macau (2018)
  • Mumbai Metro, Mumbai, India
  • The Avenues, Kuwait
  • Salalah International Airport, Salalah, Oman
  • Blue Route Mall, Cape Town, Africa
  • Panama Metro, Panama City, Panama
  • Santo Domingo Metro, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • Donetskaya Street 30, Moscow, Russia
  • Shatin to Central Link stations of the Mass Transit Railway, Hong Kong, China
    • Hin Keng Station (2020)
    • Diamond Hill Station (2015[2], 2016[3], 2020)
    • Kai Tak Station (2020)
    • Sung Wong Toi Station (proposed 2021)
    • Ma Tau Wai Station (proposed 2021)
    • Hung Hom Station (2016, 2019, proposed 2021)
    • Exhibition Centre Station (proposed 2022)

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