energy storage buffers and energy consumption buffers.

There are two main forms of buffers: energy storage buffers and energy consumption buffers.

Energy storage buffer refers to a spring buffer, mainly composed of spiral springs made of circular or square steel wires. Conical springs are currently rarely used. The energy storage buffer can only be used for elevators with a rated speed not exceeding 1.0m/s.

Energy consuming buffers are suitable for elevators of any rated speed. The energy consuming buffer should meet the following requirements: when the car carrying the rated load falls freely and acts on the buffer at the impact speed taken during the design of the buffer, the average deceleration should not exceed 1g, and the action time for deceleration exceeding 2.5g should not exceed 0.04s.

In the field of computer science, buffer refers to a buffer register, which is divided into two types: input buffer and output buffer. The former’s function is to temporarily store the data sent by the peripheral device, so that the processor can retrieve it; The latter is used to temporarily store data sent by the processor to external devices. With a CNC buffer, high-speed CPUs can coordinate and buffer with slow-moving peripherals, achieving synchronization of data transmission. Due to the buffer being connected to the data bus, it must have a three-state output function.