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Schindler 5500
Schindler5500 LukYeungGalleria (2)
A Schindler 5500 elevator in the Luk Yeung Galleria, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, China.

Manufacturer

Schindler Group

Also known as

Haushahn designLine (Germany)

Production

2011-present

Type

Low to high-rise machine room less traction (MRL) and mini machine room (MMR) elevator

Preceded by

Schindler 3300 and Schindler 5400 AP

Schindler 5500[1] is a both Mini Machine Room (MMR) and machine roomless (MRL) elevator model of Schindler elevator, currently in-production since it's gradual introduction in 2011[2]. It is the predecessor of the Schindler 3300 elevator and the replacement of the Schindler 5400 AP elevator in some countries in Asia. This elevator was officially introduced in worldwide in 2013[3] and first sold in the United States in April 2015, which is a replacement for the Schindler 400AE elevator.

Schindler officially packaged this elevator model as "Schindler's next generation elevator" as their promotional slogan.[4]

Another Schindler elevator model for replacement of old elevators which is based on Schindler 5500 is called Schindler 6500[5]. Nowadays, Haushahn designLine is also known as this type of elevator.

Overview

Schindler 5500 elevator mostly adopts the design from Schindler 3300, such as the coated steel belts (Suspension Traction Media, or STM) traction medium replaces conventional steel ropes. It comes in both mini machine room (MMR) and machine room less (MRL) models. The Schindler 5500 can go at speeds of 1.0 m/s to 3.0 m/s (meter per second). The limit to how high the Schindler 5500 can travel is 150 meters or 50 floors.

All Schindler 5500 elevator cabs comes with choice of four different interior designs; Navona, Times Square, Park Avenue, and Sunset Boulevard. These interior designs are nearly identical to the ones in Schindler 3300 elevators.

It is also possible to be integrated with the PORT destination dispatch system and can accommodate up to 8 elevator groups.

Specifications

Asia Pacific, Europe and some South American countries

  • Gearless box-liked VVVF traction motor with Schindler Suspension Traction Media coated tooth-liked steel belts
  • Linea 100[6], Linea 300[6] or Linea Vetro fixtures, other fixtures as an option (including FI GS[6] and Dewhurst[6][7]).
  • Can go up to 150 meters
  • Serves up to 50 floors with 10 basements
  • 1.0 m/s to 3.0 m/s speed in both MRL and MMR
  • 630kg (8 persons) to 2500kg (33 persons) capacity
  • Can have either center opening or two speed center or side opening doors (door operator and shaft door component provided by Sematic Group).
  • Up to 8 elevators in 1 group (expandable with PORT system, Miconic 10 system only for 4 European countries, some South American countries and some Middle East countries)
  • Power Factor One/PF1 supported
  • Miconic MX-GC controller

United States

  • Gearless box-liked VVVF traction motor with Schindler Suspension Traction Media coated tooth-liked steel belts
  • ADA compliant Linea 100 fixtures.
  • Possible Custom Order with Vandal Resistant fixtures
  • Can go up to 107 meters (350 ft, 147 ft for 200 fpm)
  • Serves up to 33 floors with 12 basements
  • 1.0 m/s (200 fpm) to 2.5 m/s (500 fpm) speed
  • 950kg (2100lb, 12 persons) to 2270kg (5000lb, 29 persons) capacity
  • Can have either center opening or two speed (possibly center) or side opening doors (door operator and shaft door component provided by Sematic Group).
  • Up to 8 elevators in 1 group (expandable with PORT system).
  • Power Factor One/PF1 regenerative drive supported as a standard feature.

Notable installations

Main article: List of notable Schindler 5500 elevator installations

Gallery

Exterior and interior

Fixtures

Others

Videos

Schindler 5500 elevator04:47

Schindler 5500 elevator

Schindler 5500 promotional video (video by Jardine Schindler)

Notes and references

  1. Just like Schindler 7000, Schindler 5500 is a worldwide product (this mean no any AP and IN etc. abbreviations).[1]
  2. Schindler Group Review 2011 (refer to page 27)
  3. Schindler's 5500 elevator promises a whole new level of performance and efficiency (Schindler Hong Kong Website - 26.07.2013)
  4. Schindler's next generation elevator
  5. Schindler 6500 brochure
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 Code for disabilities (by countries) supported,
  7. Dewhurst buttons on 5500 already implemented in some public access cases.[2]

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