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I believe it stands for something like "Parking Lot"
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When you press the button, a microswitch creates a circuit. That circuit sends a signal to the elevator controller, which is a computer that runs the elevator. Instantly, the …controller powers the light inside the button, which is usually an LED. At the same time, the elevator is dispatched to your location based on a mathematical formula. Once the elevator arrives, the LEDs in the button are turned off. Buttons vary greatly, but a generally divided into vandal resistant or plastic. Vandal resistance is typically defined as a metal button that lands on solid metal when depressed. See www.epco.us for examples of many kinds of buttons.
The button is used to allow the elevator doors to be open in a safe way and allow the building security etc. to know you are there and need rescue.
No. Pressing the button once will tell the control logic that a rider is waiting for the lift. It will respond by stopping the next upgoing or downgoing car on that floor. It'…s that simple.
PB means Planta Baja (lower level)
PB means Plant Baja which in English means Main Floor.
Sous-sol (French For Basement)
Okay theres a thing called your penis click/press it and white stuff comes out and go's on the xbox 360 controller. it does it for you.
Here is the answer directly from Otis: "The Shuffle button is used only by Otis Technicians when they need to change the placement of the lower/upper deck elevators. It allows… them to safely board the lower deck car top from the main lobby. A special code is required from the Elevator management system to allow shuffle operation to be activated." Keep in mind that the elevators in question are double-decked and serve two floors at once.
The elevator stops and a person talks to you
sótano (which means basement).
Erdgeschoß, i.e. Ground floor
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In US Navy
"USNS" is an acronym for "United States Naval Ship". It typically refers to non-combat or support Navy vessels, such as hospital ships, freighters, etc.