ABB-Welcome Elevator Lift Control Relay Module
Control Which Floors People Can Access by Elevator
Add security to your building's elevator by controlling which floors people can access with the ABB Elevator Lift Control Relay Module, integrated into your ABB Door Entry System. Once set up, individual residents will be limited to entering and inviting visitors into only their authorized floor(s), while unauthorized users won't be able to enter the elevator at all. Each module supports up to 16 floors, and multiple modules can be cascaded to expand capacity.
- Limits residents and their guests to entering only authorized floors
- Prevents unauthorized users from entering the elevator
- Each module supports up to 16 floors, can be cascaded to expand
- Used in conjunction with the Elevator M Adapter (sold separately)
How It Works for Residents
When a resident arrives home and needs to reach their floor by elevator, they will first need to approach the nearby ABB Outdoor Station and either input their password or swipe a proximity card/tag. Upon confirmed authorization, the elevator lift will go to the floor of the activated station and allow the resident to enter.
After authorization, the resident will have a customizable set amount of time (default 10 minutes) to enter the elevator and press the desired floor number button, as they would in a typical elevator. However, the resident will only be able to activate the floor(s) they are authorized to enter. Pressing a button for an unauthorized floor will not do anything. When an authorized floor is chosen, the elevator lift will rise to the appropriate floor and let the resident exit.
When the resident needs to leave home and exit the building, the elevator may be called and entered simply by pressing a traditional wall button. The lift will then allow entry and take the resident directly to the building's exit floor.
How It Works for Visitors
When a guest comes to visit a resident, the visitor will need to approach the nearby ABB Outdoor Station and first make a call to the resident, either by pressing the appropriate pushbutton or by entering the correct name/code into the keypad. The resident's ABB Indoor Station will ring, giving the resident an opportunity to talk with their visitor and to authorize them for elevator entry by pressing the "unlock" button on the indoor station.
After authorization, the elevator works the same way as it does for residents. The visitor will have a customizable set amount of time (default 10 minutes) to enter the elevator and press the desired floor number button, as they would in a typical elevator. However, the visitor will only be able to activate the floor(s) they are authorized to enter. Pressing a button for an unauthorized floor will not do anything. When an authorized floor is chosen, the elevator lift will rise to the appropriate floor and let the visitor exit.
When the visitor needs to leave and exit the building, the elevator may be called and entered simply by pressing a traditional wall button. The lift will then allow entry and take the visitor directly to the building's exit floor.
The ABB Elevator Lift Control Relay Module ideally installs in the lift cabin and must be wired into your lift controller. It communicates with your ABB System Controller through the Elevator M Adapter (model M2306, sold separately).
NOTE: Requires 2-wire connection to the Elevator M Adapter (M2306), sold separately. Also wires into your elevator/lift controller. Installation hardware not included. A Windows PC is required to configure settings at the adapter.
About the ABB Door Entry System
Also known as the "Welcome" system, the Door Entry System is a first-of-its-kind modular intercom and access control system that offers one flexible solution for any intercom and entry security application. Customizable, nearly endlessly scalable, and easy to install, the system is perfect for any building, from a small single-family home to a huge residential complex.
- Complete intercom and access control solution for any building
- One system supports up to 60 buildings and 250 stations per building
- Connections require only 2 wires for ultra-flexible installations
- Standard range up to 1,968 feet (600 m), extends with power boosters
- Free mobile apps for iOS and Android provide remote intercom access
- No fees required to enable Internet connection – ABB provides servers
- Modular outdoor stations allow easy customization and repairs
- Pre-assembled outdoor stations facilitate quick installation for standard applications
- Optionally install ABB indoor stations and/or use mobile devices as indoor stations
- Indoor stations optionally support door strike release for remote unlocking
- Optionally select indoor stations with built-in induction loops for hearing aid users
How to Build Your System
Every ABB Door Entry System needs at least two components: a System Controller (either standard or mini) and an Audio Module (any variation). With these two foundational components, the system can be expanded and customized as needed. Additional system components may include:
- Custom Modular Outdoor Stations
- Audio Module (speaker/mic, with or without pushbuttons)
- Pushbutton Module (with or without built-in card reader)
- Keypad Module (with or without built-in card reader)
- Display Module with Built-In Card Reader
- Camera Module
- Nameplate Module
- Pre-Assembled Outdoor Stations
- Hands-Free Indoor Stations (with or without video screen and/or induction loop)
- Handset Indoor Stations (with or without video screen and/or induction loop)
- Guard Unit (specialized station for security monitoring)
- Mobile Devices (requires Telephone Gateway and/or IP Gateway)
- Telephone Gateway (for integrating mobile or landline phones)
- IP Gateway (for enabling remote Internet access)
- Switch Actuator (for relay control)
- Camera Interface (for connecting third-party analog cameras)
- Elevator Lift Control Relay Module (for elevator/floor access control)
Other accessories are also available for installation and connection. Most notably, in order to build a custom modular outdoor station, you will need to select the modules you wish to include in the station, and then match the number of modules to the appropriate size Flush-Mounted Box and Faceplate. (Flush-mounted boxes support optional surface-mounting in addition to flush-mounting. When surface-mounting, a Rain Hood is also required; only optional when surface-mounting.) The screwless, snap-on design of both outdoor and indoor stations makes installation a breeze.
Easy Planning with ABB Configurator
The ABB website provides an intuitive online configuration tool to help you with system planning. Use this free tool to map out a unique system perfect for yourself or your client.
ABB: Power & Productivity for a Better World
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- Manufacturer Part #: M2307
- Operating Temperature: -13° to 131°F (-25° to 55°C)
- Protection: IP20
- Single-Wire Clamps: 2 x 0.28 mm2 – 2 x 0.75 mm2
- Fine-Wire Clamps: 2 x 0.28 mm2 – 2 x 0.75 mm2
- Bus Voltage: 20-30VDC
- Size: 4 TE
- Dimensions: 8.5 x 4.33 x 1.77 inches (216 x 110 x 45 mm)
- Warranty: 2 Years
- 9 Guard Units per System
- 60 Buildings per System
- 250 Indoor Stations per Building
- 9 Outdoor Stations per Building (including gate and other outdoor stations)
- 2 Locks per Outdoor Station