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   headline => protected'Auxiliary power evacuation' (26 chars)
   subheadline => protected'Evacuation after a lift emergency' (33 chars)
   title => protected'Auxiliary power evacuation' (26 chars)
   description => protected'<div>Once a blackout occurs all lifts that feature an auxiliary power supply
       system travel - either simultaneously or in turn - to the next or alternati
      vely to a pre-set stop (normally ground-floor) and remain there. <br /><br /
      >The passengers may now disembark and the lift either ceases its operation o
      r is further operated on auxiliary power. The power supply is then provided
      either by battery or emergency generator.<br /><br /></div>
' (441 chars) related => protectedTW\Twglossary\Domain\Model\Glossaryprototypepersistent entity (uid=83, pid=118) headline => protected'Power Pack' (10 chars) subheadline => protected'Power pack or emergency power generator?' (40 chars) title => protected'Power Pack' (10 chars) description => protected'<div>Special batteries which are also dubbed “power pack” allow the resc
         ue of trapped passengers even during a full-blown blackout. The energy suppl
         ied by the batteries allows the lift to attain either the next stop or to si
         nk down to ground level and come to a halt with its doors opened.</div> <di
         v>This is an alternative to emergency power generators.&nbsp;</div>
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Glossary

Auxiliary power evacuation

Evacuation after a lift emergency

Once a blackout occurs all lifts that feature an auxiliary power supply system travel - either simultaneously or in turn - to the next or alternatively to a pre-set stop (normally ground-floor) and remain there.

The passengers may now disembark and the lift either ceases its operation or is further operated on auxiliary power. The power supply is then provided either by battery or emergency generator.

see also : Power Pack

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