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Otis 3200

Manufacturer

Otis Elevator Company

Production

Mid 1990s-present

Distribution

Asia and possibly other countries

Type

Geared traction elevators (but using 2:1 roping)

The Otis 3200 is the current geared-traction elevator model produced by Otis primarily for Asia and possibly other countries. It was launched in the mid-1990s and still produced although they are hardly any of their new installations found.

Overview

Otis 3200 is the luxury series of the Otis 3000[1]. It is primarily for low to mid-rise buildings. It uses a variable voltage variable frequency (VVVF) closed-loop vector control drives. It also features Pulse Width Modulation, which the voltage and frequency of the AC power supplied to the drive is adjusted in real-time, which decreases waiting time and reduce energy consumption.

This model was probably originally produced in Japan (by Nippon Otis) until around the late 1990s. Earliest installations have flashing directional arrows on the floor indicators and have chimes that sounds very identical to Mitsubishi elevators. They were also known as Spec 90, and probably a successor of Otis Spec 60, though it might be incorrect. The current model is manufactured in China. This time, the elevators don't have flashing directional arrows on the floor indicators.

Specs

  • 630-1350 kg capacities
  • 1 / 1.5 / 1.75 / 2 / 2.5 m/s speed
  • Can serve up to 36 floors
  • Can be in a group of 4 elevators
  • Can be equipped with Remote Elevator Monitoring (REM) system
  • Can have double entrances
  • Center or two speed telescopic side opening doors

Notable installations

China

Beijing

  • Beijing University
  • Zhongguanchung Building
  • Cyber Tower Building & Beijing Science Conference
  • Xiehe Hospital
  • The Embassy House

Guangzhou

  • Du Shi Huan Ting
  • Yongya Garden
  • Hui Jing City
  • Dong Hu Yu Yuan
  • Hua Qiao Cheng
  • Jin Hai Wai Garden

Hong Kong

  • Tatami Hampton Hotel, Mong Kok (2000)
  • Austin Plaza, Jordan (1995)
  • 1 Des Voeux Road West, Sai Ying Pun (1997)
  • Winsan Tower, Wan Chai (1999)
  • Quarry Bay Municipal Service Building, Quarry Bay (2011-2012)[2]

Others

  • Brilliant City Apartments, Shanghai
  • New Dragon City, Shanghai
  • Hua Yu Plaza, Chongqing
  • Guo Hua Jing Dian, Jinan

Indonesia

Jakarta

  • Sentral Senayan I (office tower and car park) (1997)
  • Jakarta Convention Center
  • Bakmi GM Sunda Restaurant
  • Menara Peninsula Hotel (1997)
  • Graha Pratama
  • Lindeteves Trade Center
  • Cawang Kencana
  • Wisma Bayuadji
  • Menara Citibank Pondok Indah
  • NAM Center

Surabaya

  • Sheraton Hotel Surabaya (1995)
  • Somerset Hotel Surabaya (1995)
  • Golden City Mall
  • Java Paragon Hotel & Residence

Other cities

  • ITC BSD, Tangerang, Banten
  • Grand Aquilla Hotel, Bandung
  • Dago Plaza, Bandung
  • Hotel Dian Graha, Pekanbaru
  • Sahid Jaya Hotel, Makassar

Malaysia

  • Sungai Nibong Bus Terminal, Penang
  • Prima Tanjung Business Centre, Penang

Singapore

  • St. Andrew Centre, Tanjong Pagar
  • Cathay Cineleisure, Singapore
  • Temasek Polytechnic Blk. 34 Convention Centre, Singapore
  • Tampines Mall, Singapore (fixtures modernized)

Thailand

Bangkok

  • Nana Square, Bangkok
  • Wave Place Building, Bangkok (Carpark elevators)
  • Krungthong Plaza 2, Bangkok
  • Central Silom Complex, Bangkok
  • Phayathai Plaza, Bangkok
  • Major Cineplex Sukhumvit, Bangkok
  • Robinson Bangrak, Bangkok
  • BMA Public Parking, Bangkok
  • Evergreen Place, Bangkok
  • Siriraj Hospital, Bangkok (Chutatuj Building)
  • J Avenue, Bangkok
  • Kornpitacksuksa School, Bangkok
  • Yada Building, Bangkok
  • Nai Lert Tower, Bangkok (Main elevators)
  • Vanissa Building, Bangkok (Carpark elevators)
  • Nakhonthon Hospital, Bangkok
  • Big C Supercenter Rama 2 Second Branch, Bangkok
  • King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), Bangkok
    • Science Laboratory Building, Faculty of Science
    • Visawa Wattana Building
  • King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonguri (KMUTT) Bangkuntien Campus, Bangkok
    • Media Technology and Applied Arts Building
    • School of Bioresources and Technology

Other cities

  • Dusit D2 Hotel, Chiangmai
  • Big C Supercenter Phuket
  • Outrigger Laguna Phuket Beach Resort

Other countries

  • Iberostar Resort Cancun, Cancun, Mexico
  • Mayak Shopping Center, Dubna, Russia

Videos

Taiwan 2014 Banqiao Station Front Plaza - Tatung Otis (3200) Elevator01:25

Taiwan 2014 Banqiao Station Front Plaza - Tatung Otis (3200) Elevator

Otis 3200 traction elevators at Banqiao Station Front Plaza in Taiwan

Notes and references

  1. Otis 3000 - Otis Kuwait
  2. Modernized from the original 1987 Otis DC-Powered (Motor Generator Set) Gearless elevators.

See also

External links

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