The MEC32 Microprocessor System


The MEC32 lift microprocessor system is the first to be launched by Digital Advanced Control, and we believe the first UK-based controller to incorporate a powerful 32 bit microprocessor. At the heart of the system is a powerful PIC32® utilising a MIPS® M4K® core. This microprocessor has outstanding performance  and is capable of running at up to 80 MHz, achieving 1.56 DMIPS/MHz in speed. This powerful processor allows us to perform more complicated algorithms faster and seamlessly, ensuring that the MEC32 wil serve you well now and in the future.

The system has been designed utilising the latest Technology including Ethernet conection technology,USB, 3 C.A.N Ports, Full high voltage opto-isolation compliant to IEC60747-5,all inputs and outputs opto-isolated, 6 Layer board technology,Surface mount design manufactured in house on our own pick and place machines.

The system can directly interface with the Digital Advanced Control ABS Encoder system for floor positioning and when used with the Zeihl Abegg 3BF Drive will give you a similar performance to direct to floor operation.

The system inetrface to all makes of indicators, but directly interfaces without the requirements of a seperate encoder to the Digital Advanced Range of ClearView Lift TFT Indicators and SF750 Dot Matrix Indicators.

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  • 32 Bit M4K® MIPS® core processor.
  • Full ,Down, Simple Collective and APB Operation.
  • 32 Floors, Simplex,Duplex and Group Operation.
  • Large LCD screen withUser Friendly, Intuitive interface for parameter changes.
  • Full Fault Logging with 100 events and 50 faults.
  • Super Accurate Real Time Clock with temperature compensation.
  • Optional Ethernet connection.
  • Circuit Breakers as standard.
  • Branded Controlgear and components.
  • Temperature Monitoring.
  • Interfaces Directly with Clearview TFT indicators and the SF750 dot matrix range of indicators.
  • Tapehead or Direct Encoder Absolute Positioning Option.
  • Full Opto-Isolation,High voltage opto-isolation compliant to IEC60747-5.
  • Fire Control Operation to EN81-73.
  • Car Preference.
  • 110% Overload.
  • 90% Bypass.
  • Advance door open operation.
  • Nudging.
  • Selective door operation.
  • Differential door timing.
  • ECO and Low Power Modes.
  • MRL Options.
  • Gearless PM Operation.
  • Single/Two Polechanger, VVVF, DCSCR, DC Quatro, Hydraulic Options.  



ISO Standards

Digital Advanced Controls having been certified to ISO9001, ISO140001 and BSOHAS 180001 over 5 years ago are pleased to anounce certification to the ISO9001:2015, ISO14001:2015 standard for Environmental Management and  ISO45001:2018 standard for Occupational Health and Safety Management.

As part of our quality commitment to our customers to manufacture in a safe and environmentally aware way, and we believe we are the first UK Lift controller manufacturer to achieve all three standards.

 Ensuring you purchase your control system from a committed safe and socially responsible company and team.

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Here at Digital Advanced Control, we believe in giving you more controller for your money, not only do we provide a competitively priced  excellent product, manufactured from branded equipment with excellent backup, we now offer free delivery on control systems.

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 Major retail brands use our lift controllers

Digital Advanced Control has been gaining strong growth in the retail sector where competitive pricing coupled with reliability and safety is paramount to move passengers and stock around busy stores.

 Our lift controllers have been installed in  ASDA , Boots, Forever21 , H&M, McDonnalds, Morrisons, Superdrug, Sainsbury's Tesco, Waitrose, Wilkinson's and WHSmith's stores over the past 12 months both on refurbishment and new lift installations, with control panels installed in major shopping centres including 3 MRL lift control panels at the new Westfield site in Stratford city.