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Mitsubishi GPX was a standard compact passenger elevator manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric Elevator for overseas market, mainly for the Southeast Asian market.

Overview

GPX is similar to GPS-III, although this model has limited basic specifications. It is a geared traction elevator model for low-rise buildings 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.

Due to its similarity with GPS-III, the only way to identify if a Mitsubishi elevator is a GPX is by looking at where the rated capacity is listed. Unlike GPS-III where the rated capacity is listed on the floor indicator display (just above the speaker, only for flush mounted car stations), GPX elevators have their rated capacity shown in a separate badge below the floor indicator display. In addition, Mitsubishi GPX does not have a service cabinet below the car station.

History

This model was first marketed in 1998[1] and was discontinued around late 2000s.

Specs

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

Notable installations

Indonesia

  • Mitra Hadiprana Kemang (extension), Jakarta, Indonesia (2007)
  • Cipta Fruit Market, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Universitas Indonesia - Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat (Faculty of Citizens Health), Depok, Indonesia
  • Nirmala Hotel Jimbaran, Bali, Indonesia (2007)

Thailand

  • Kikuya Sampeng Store, Bangkok, Thailand
  • D Varee Diva Bally Silom, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Khaosan Palace Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand
  • City Hotel, Krabi, Thailand
  • Pattawia Resort & Spa, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Thailand

Other cities

  • Hotel Fonton, Ixtapa, Mexico

Gallery

Videos

Mitsubishi Traction Elevators at Hotel Fonton East Tower, Ixtapa, Mexico02:02

Mitsubishi Traction Elevators at Hotel Fonton East Tower, Ixtapa, Mexico

Mitsubishi GPX elevator in Mexico (video: The Elevator Channel)

Notes and references

  1. News Update (archived)

External links

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