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4 Leveling. Each car shall be equipped with a self-leveling feature that will automatically bring and maintain the car at floor landings within a tolerance of ½ inch (13 mm) under rated loading to zero loading conditions. 5 Illumination. The level of illumination at the car controls, platform, car threshold and car landing sill shall be 5 foot-candles (54 lux) minimum. 6 Elevator Car Controls. 6 and 309. 6. 1 Location. Controls shall be located within one of the reach ranges specified in Section 308.

1 General. 5. 1. Elevator operation shall be automatic. 2 Elevator Landing Requirements. 2. 1 Call Controls. 4. Call buttons shall be raised or flush. Objects beneath hall call buttons shall protrude 1 inch (25 mm) maximum. EXCEPTIONS: 1. Existing elevators shall be permitted to have recessed call buttons. 2. The restriction on objects beneath call buttons shall not apply to existing call buttons. 1 Height. Call buttons and keypads shall be located within one of the reach ranges specified in Section 308, measured to the centerline of the highest operable part.

Elevator operation shall be automatic. EXCEPTION: Elevators complying with Section 407 or Section 408. 2 Call Buttons. Call buttons at elevator landings shall comply with Section 309. Call buttons shall be ¾ inch (19 mm) minimum in their smallest dimension. 3 Doors and Gates. 3 and 404. 3 shall not apply for approaches to the push side of swinging doors. 1 Power Operation. 3. Elevator cars with a single opening shall have low energy power operated hoistway doors and gates. EXCEPTION: For elevators with a car that has more than one opening, the hoistway doors and gates shall be permitted to be of the manual-open, self-close type.

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