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Mitsubishi NEXIEZ is the latest and current traction elevator model produced by Mitsubishi Electric. This model consists of conventional traction elevator with machine room and machine room less elevator type. It was launched on June 24, 2010[1] for overseas market. The name "NEXIEZ" is a combination of the words "next" and "axis".

Overview

There are five NEXIEZ lineup series currently in production; NEXIEZ-MR, NEXIEZ-MRL, NEXIEZ-GPX, NEXIEZ-LITE and NEXIEZ-S. Some of these models are only sold in certain countries.

NEXIEZ-MR

This is a traction elevator model with compact/smaller machine room, introduced in 2010 as a successor of Mitsubishi NexWay. This model is pretty much identical like NexWay, but have few newly added features and newly redesigned fixtures. There is also a bed elevator version for hospitals[2] It is currently manufactured in Thailand.

Specs:

  • Capacities:
    • 450-1600 kg (or 6-24 persons) for Mitsubishi Electric Standard
    • 825-1350 kg (or 11-18 persons) for EN81-1
    • 750-1350 kg (or 10-18 persons) for GB7588
  • Speeds:
    • 1 / 1.5 / 1.75 / 2 / 2.5 meters per second for Mitsubishi Electric Standard
    • 1 / 1.6 / 1.75 / 2 / 2.5 meters per second for EN81-1 and GB7588
  • Can travel up to 30 floors
  • Operating system:
    • 1 car, selective collective 1C-2BC (standard)
    • 2-4 cars, group control with (Sigma)AI-22 System (optional)
  • Center or two speed telescopic side opening doors
  • Can have two entrances
  • DOAS-S supported as an option

NEXIEZ-MRL

This is a machine room less elevator model which was introduced in December 27, 2011[3] as a successor of Mitsubishi Elenessa. Many of the features included in this model are almost identical to Elenessa. Like Elenessa, the control board is located on the top floor, hidden behind the call station so as not to compromise the elevator's hall aesthetic. A keyhole on the bottom of the call station is used to unlock the panel. Like NEXIEZ-MR, this model is manufactured in Thailand.

Specs:

  • 450-1600 kg (or 6-21 persons) capacities
  • 1 / 1.6 / 1.75 meters per second speeds
  • Can travel up to 30 floors
  • Operating system:
    • 1 car, selective collective 1C-2BC (standard)
    • 2-4 cars, group control with (Sigma)AI-22 System (optional)
  • Center or two speed telescopic side opening doors
  • Can have two entrances
  • DOAS-S supported as an option

NEXIEZ-GPX

Not to be confused with Mitsubishi GPX.

This is a standard passenger elevator model only sold in Central and South America, introduced in 2012. Unlike NEXIEZ-MR and -MRL, this model has limited specifications and does not support DOAS-S destination dispatch. On October 17, 2016, an MRL version of this model was launched[4].

Specs (Type MR/Machine Room):

  • 450 / 550 / 700 / 750 kilograms (or 6 / 8 / 10 / 11 persons) capacities
  • 1 or 1.75 meters per second speeds
  • Can travel up to 20 floors
  • 60 or 70 m maximum travel height
  • Serves up to 20 floors
  • Only available up to 2 cars in a group
  • Center or two speed telescopic side opening doors

Specs (Type MRL/Machine Room Less):

  • 450 / 630 / 825 kilograms (or 6 / 8 / 11 persons) capacities
  • 1 or 1.75 meters per second speeds
  • Can travel up to 20 floors
  • 60 or 70 m maximum travel height
  • Serves up to 20 floors
  • Only available up to 2 cars in a group
  • Center or two speed telescopic side opening doors

NEXIEZ-LITE

NEXIEZ-LITE is a standard machine room less passenger elevator introduced in April 2014, and only sold in India. This model is designed for low to mid-rise residential and office buildings.

Specs:

  • 544 / 680 / 884 / 1020 kilograms (or 8 / 10 / 13 / 15 persons) capacities
  • 1 or 1.75 meters per second speeds
  • Serves up to 22 floors
  • Up to 80 meters of travel height
  • Up to 4 elevators in a group
  • Center or two speed telescopic side opening doors

NEXIEZ-S

In August 2016, Mitsubishi launched a new series of NEXIEZ called "NEXIEZ-S". This model is designed for low-rise residential and office buildings up to 10 floors, particulary in Europe and the Middle East. Unlike the rest of NEXIEZ series, the NEXIEZ-S has its MRL control board positioned on the wall rather than hidden behind the top floor hall station. This model was introduced for the global market.

Specs:

  • 320 or 450 kilograms (4 or 6 persons) capacities
  • 1 meters per second speed
  • Serves up to 10 floors
  • 3-30 meters of travel height
  • Doors only available in two speed telescopic side opening.

Signal fixtures

When NEXIEZ was first launched in 2010, it used the same design of fixtures as the one used in Elenessa and NexWay-S Series AP/IP models manufactured prior to 2013. In 2013, Mitsubishi introduced a newly redesigned fixtures design for NEXIEZ as well as Elenessa and NexWay models. The buttons are now round stainless steel with tactile and yellow orange illumination. In addition of yellow orange, a blue and white illuminations have also been added for the buttons. Indicators now uses LED segmented display as standard[5], although the LED dot matrix and LCD ones can also be used as an option. For car station installed on the side wall, it follows the same configuration as in Elenessa and NexWay models; the alarm button is positioned in one row with the door control buttons below the floor buttons. However, there is no green button for the main/exit floor, except in European countries where it is mandatory[6].

The signal fixtures design for NEXIEZ-S has a much simple look, with surface mounted panels and partial height car station. Indicators are LED segments as standard feature, but a dot matrix display can be used as an option.

Notable installations

NEXIEZ-MR

Indonesia

  • Sheraton Gandaria City, Jakarta (2013)
  • AIA Central, Jakarta (2014)
  • Lumire Hotel Senen, Jakarta (2015)
  • South Quarter, Jakarta (2015, equipped with DOAS)
  • Neo Soho, Jakarta (2015)
  • Madison Park Apartment, Jakarta (2015)
  • Pondok Indah Hospital Puri Indah, Jakarta
  • Pondok Indah Hospital Bintaro, Tangerang, Banten (2016)
  • Hotel Santika Premiere ICE BSD City, Tangerang, Banten (2015)
  • Bandung Electronic Center Extension, Bandung (2013)
  • Alila Solo, Solo (2015)
  • Tunjungan Plaza 5, Surabaya (2014)

Thailand

  • Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road, Bangkok (2015)
  • Novotel Bangkok Sukhumvit 20, Bangkok (2016)
  • Best Western Plus Wanda Grand Hotel, Nonthaburi (2015)
  • CentralPlaza Pinklao, Bangkok (2015, south parking elevators)
  • The Paseo Park, Bangkok (2015, carpark elevators)

NEXIEZ-MRL

Indonesia

  • Sheraton Gandaria City, Jakarta (2013, ballroom elevators)
  • South Quarter DOME, Jakarta (2015)
  • Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE), Tangerang, Banten (2014)
  • Q-Big Mall BSD City, Tangerang, Banten (2016)
  • Green Office Park, Tangerang, Banten
  • Tune Hotel Dago, Bandung (2014)
  • Watermark Hotel Jimbaran, Bali (2014)
  • Bank Central Asia - Main Branch Office Kuta, Bali (2015)
  • Hotel Santika Seminyak, Bali (2014)
  • The Haven Suites Bali Berawa, Bali (2016)

Thailand

  • The Taste Thonglor, Bangkok (2015)
  • 72 Courtyard, Bangkok (2016)
  • Volve Hotel Bangkok, Bangkok (2016)
  • Terminal 21 Korat, Nakhon Ratchasima (2016)
  • CentralPlaza Nakhon Si Thammarat, Nakhon Si Thammarat (Robinson Dept. Store, 2016)
  • CentralPlaza Rayong, Rayong (2015)

Other countries

  • Marina Square, Singapore (2015)
  • St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya, Moscow, Russia

NEXIEZ-GPX

  • City Express Hotel, La Paz, Mexico
  • Plaza Portales, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico

Notes and references

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