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Not to be confused with Otis 508 NCE.

Otis XO-508 is a current escalator model made by Otis (Xizi Otis) in China. This model was launched in 2005.

Overview

Otis XO-508 is a modular escalator with a maximum rise of 8 meters. It has a similar handrail inlet/outlet design as the Otis 506 NCE escalators. The XO-508 is equipped with stainless steel or die cast aluminum (optional) steps and several safety features such as emergency stop button, handrail entry guard, step broken protection device, missing step monitoring device, etc. It is powered by an EM-W1 machine and a 32-bit microprocessor GECS controller. It can also be optionally equipped with an Otis Regen, an energy regenerative device which can regenerates electricity for reuse.

Specs

  • 0.5 m/s speed
  • 8 meters of maximum rise
  • 30°/35° inclination
  • EM-W1 machine (other optional machines are EC H2 and EC2-7)
  • GECS controller (other optional controller is ECB)
  • 600/800/1000 mm of step width
  • Stainless steel or die-cast aluminum steps
  • Glass balustrade
  • Regen energy regenerative device as am option

Notable installations

Indonesia

  • CIBIS NINE, Jakarta (2016)
  • PIK Avenue, Jakarta (2016)
  • AEON Mall Jakarta City Garden, Jakarta (2017)
  • Jakarta Convention Center, Jakarta (2017, additional units for access to hotel tunnel)
  • Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Cengkareng, Banten
    • Terminal 1A, B and C
    • Terminal 2D, E and F (2013, replacement from 1991 CNIM escalators)
  • AirportHUB, Tangerang, Banten
  • AEON Mall BSD City, Tangerang, Banten (2014)
  • Cikarang Station, Bekasi (2017)
  • Pasar Atum Mall, Surabaya (2017, replacement from two 1986 Orenstein & Koppel escalators)

Thailand

Bangkok

  • The Sense Pinklao
  • Bangkok Hospital
  • Siam Square One (2014)
  • Gateway Ekamai (2012)
  • Central Silom Complex (Additional escalators)
  • Central Chidlom (Replaced from older Otis escalators)
  • The Esplanade Ratchada

Other cities

  • The Esplanade Ngamwongwan-Kaerai, Nonthaburi
  • The Salaya Mall, Nakhon Pathom

Other countries

  • Lucky Plaza, Singapore (replacement from 1970s Hitachi escalators)

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