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Formula Systems
Technology House, Oakfield Industrial Estate,
Eynsham Oxfordshire OX29 4AQ UK
T: +44 1865 882442

Formula Systems North America Inc.
2300 Eastern Avenue, Elk Grove Village,
Illinois 60007, USA
T: +1 847 350 0655 Toll-Free: +1 866 952 9200

Registered in England & Wales at
Technology House, Oakfield Industrial Estate,
Eynsham Oxfordshire OX29 4AQ United Kingdom
Reg. No.11556251

The New Vision Series From Formula Systems

Following an intriguing advertising campaign designed to generate interest in their new product range, Formula Systems has once again raised the bar with the launch of their new Vision Series at Interlift 2011 held in October in Augsburg, Germany.

Suitable for both modernisation and new equipment applications alike, the new Vision products come in an extensive range of profile sizes and feature options, all offering Formula Systems' established 2D offset beam technology.

The innovative, new 'Sill Light' feature has been designed to reduce the potential for trip hazards by utilizing a high-contrast light to draw passenger attention to the floor sill zone.

In addition, the passenger experience has been further enhanced with the introduction of BPL (Beam Path Locator) - an array of amber LED warning lights that provide a visual indication of the 2-dimensional beam path locations, re-assuring both passengers and operators of system functionality.

Adapt 3 is a new, 3 dimensional 'adaptive' traffic detection system. Adapt 3 technology detects people and objects as they approach the elevator doors, holding them open thereby minimizing the chances of personal injury or damage to the elevator doors.

Formula Systems brings together the best in engineering and technology to provide innovative products for both new and existing elevator applications. The introduction of the Vision product range will, once again, further their reputation as a world-renowned authority in elevator door protection systems.

Changing the way you see things

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