Conn. Agencies Regs. § 19-411-C22 - Terminal stopping devices

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) Stopping devices. Upper and lower terminal stopping devices operating by the car shall be provided and shall be set to stop the car at or near the upper and lower terminal landings. Upper and lower final terminal stopping devices operated by the car shall also be provided which will remove power from the motor brake.
(b) Operation of stopping devices. The final terminal stopping device shall act to prevent movement of the platform in both directions of travel. The normal and final terminal stopping devices shall not control the same switches on the controller unless two or more separate and independent switches are provided, two of which shall be closed to complete the motor and brake circuit in each direction of travel.
(c) Assurance of motor reversal. A protective circuit or device shall be provided where a non-instantly reversible motor is used that will prevent the motor from continuing in the same direction if the reversing control is activated.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 19-411-C22
Effective October 28, 1980

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