Free C11 Elevator Exam

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An electrical device in the car that indicates visually the landings at which an elevator landing signal registering device has been actuated is known as a(n)__________.

Which of the following is a device designed to stop a descending car or counterweight beyond its normal limit of travel by storing, or absorbing and dissipating the kinetic energy of the car or counterweight?

A buffer using oil as a medium that absorbs and dissipates the kinetic energy of the descending car or counterweight is known as a(n)__________.

The load-carrying unit, including its platform, car frame, enclosure, and car door or gate is known as a(n)__________.

A car frame to which the hoisting rope fastenings or hoisting rope sheaves are attached at or below the car platform is known as a(n)__________.

The shortest vertical distance between the top of the car crosshead (or between the top of the car where no crosshead is provided) and the nearest part of the overhead structure or any other obstruction when the car floor is level with the top terminal landing is known as a__________.

A system of control that is accomplished by varying resistance or reactance (or both) in the armature or field circuit (or both) of the driving-machine motor is known as a__________.

A device that automatically causes the electric power to be removed from the elevator motor and brake when the compensating sheave approaches its upper or lower limit of travel is known as a__________.

A ve​rtically sliding door, consisting of two or more sections so arranged that the sections or groups of sections open away from each other and so interconnected that all sections operate simultaneously is known as a__________.

What is the vertical centerline of hall station pushbuttons?