The main cable (1) is fixed to the main axle (2) and the main axle (2) is joined to the wheel (R), said wheel (R) being lowered and raised using the main cable (1).
The drop cable access opening is displaced from the main cable access opening.
One or more main conductors (41-44) in a main cable (1) are cut and released from the main cable.
A first splice location in the fiber optic main cable is at a first longitudinal position along the fiber optic main cable.
The second opening is located on the main cable axis.
The main rope is constructed from a first group main rope (9a) and a second group main rope (9b).
A rope for elevator in which a core rope comprises a core rope body, and its resin core rope coating.
The car is suspended by a main rope body having a first main rope and a second main rope.
The invention relates to a cable branch terminal, which encircles a master cable, for connecting the conductors of the master cable to the conductors of a branch cable.
The car and the counterweight are suspended by a main rope body having a first main rope passed over the first drive sheave and a second main rope passed over the second drive sheave.
Since the main rope is wound around the idle wheel, the winding angle of the main rope around the drive sheave is increased.
A datacommunication interconnection system includes (a) an extension trunk cable-connector assembly and (b) a trunk cable-connector assembly.
A suspension device for an elevator has a main rope for suspending a vertically movable body and a rope stop device for hitching the main rope to the vertically movable body.
An elevator rope having a core rope and twelve outer-layer strands, these strands laid at intervals on the outer circumference of the core rope.
A main-rope for suspending an ascending/descending body is connected to a socket.
The vertically moving main body is suspended by a main rope via the rocking member.