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Getting 3 Miproms/Mega-Tech's on service any help or info on these would be helpfull. Thanks.
-- Clark (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 28, 2004
Do you have a tool or a freedom tool, and know how to use them? If not, now's the time. Is everything tight, and the voltages correct? If not, now's the time. Did you use the tool to write down all the settings and options (if they aren't in the controller)? If not, now's the time. If you get a Kone tool, make sure the tool will work on all the controllers with the owner number that's burned into the proms. Give it a little TLC, and they'll be probably the most reliable elevators on your route. Just my opine... S.
-- Steve (email@example.com), January 30, 2004.
we have many of the boards for both of these units in stock. you can purchase boards on an outright or exchange.
-- tom przybyla (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 19, 2004.
Ihave to agree with Steve except for the fact that they are the second best controller out there. The Gem which is manufactured by Otis is just a little less trouble. Mainly because of the serial link communication for the fixtures and car equipment. Discrete wiring can be easier to troubleshoot but also has alot of problems.
-- (email@example.com), February 21, 2004.
The "Gem" must have been named by someone very sarcastic as it is a piece of shit.
-- jerry wilhelm (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 25, 2004.
YOU GOTTA BE KIDDING...the 311 as its known in Australia is on of the most reliable lifts around.....and I should know with both day and after hrs calls we very rarely get called to one.
-- dayle (email@example.com), February 26, 2004.
with the GEM most problems are door lock problems in my experience.
The GEM is one of my favorite elevators. Otis is no longer my favorite company.
-- Dan (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 26, 2004.