ETF Track bound Multi Mover

Create a multimedia ride experience

The ETF track bound Multi Mover is suitable for indoor applications in amusement parks, museums etc. It is the ideal transportation system for interactive, animated attractions like dark rides.

There is a number of possibilities in this area such as target shooting systems and similar competitive features. Needless to say that the ride control system can easily be interfaced with the show control of the ride.

The system can be supplied with either individual vehicles or a ‘train’ of 2 or 3 vehicles linked together. Depending on the application this link can be either mechanical or electronic. A single centre tube is installed for the guidance of the vehicles which also houses the power supply and the communication line to the vehicles. Vehicle speed and unlimited rotation of the body can be programmed and modified easily.
Dynamic effects are realized by quick acceleration and rotation of the vehicles. Each single vehicle can carry either 4 or 6 persons on two benches. Those benches can be located behind each other or back to back.

An on-board multiple channel sound system can be integrated. This allows multi language operation of the ride. Special effects such as air blast moments and seat vibration are possible. The Multi Mover system can also be fitted with an optional two-way communication system allowing visitors to interact with animated exhibits or 2D/3D media presentation. The Track Bound Multi Mover can accommodate special seating or themed arrangements according to your requirements. A lap-bar system is used as a passenger seat restraint system.

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ETF track bound Multi Mover Technical data

Typical track length 150 - 350 m
Track type single centre track tube
Application Indoor
Typical no. of vehicles 8 - 30
Vehicle options single or combined as train
Vehicle capacity 4 - 6 people
Ride capacity per hour 570 – 1.440 people
Maximum speed 1.9 m/s
Minimum horizontal curve 2.5 m
Maximum incline 8 degrees
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