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Wireless Hour/Alarm Meter

Keytroller, a provider of electronic safety and weighing devices, offers the CYBERWATCH LAN wireless hour and alarm meter. For locations where a Wi-Fi network connection is accessible, the CYBERWATCH LAN provides monitoring on any piece of equipment with no monthly service cost. Users can monitor usage, idling, maintenance needs and alarm warnings (such as low fuel or impacts). The product also has optional sensors for monitoring impact, voltage, hydraulic, usage, pneumatic and temperature. "In addition, the device handles a wide variety of sophisticated encryption schemes," said a company spokesperson.

Embedded with its own web browser and IP address (an internal 802.11 B, G, N, 2.4 GHz wireless access point), users can connect to the device through the Wi-Fi network to view data from a tablet, cell phone or computer. Automatic emails can be programmed with usage and alarm reporting.

The internal and external wireless access point and network settings are configured using a web browser accessing the device's internal web server. This is possible using the internal access point and the external wireless network infrastructure connection. Real-time values of the hour meters and counters can be seen at any time by direct wireless access to the device.

The CYBERWATCH LAN is self-contained and installs on any make or model gas, LPG, diesel or electric machine.

Features and capabilities:

  • Device can be configured to connect through Wi-Fi network access points or through a smartphone or tablet ad-hoc connection
  • Device can be ordered with a gel-filled option that protects the PCB from water intrusion and/or condensation
  • Voltage input range of 8 - 14 VDC
  • Optional high voltage converter converts 24 - 36 - 48 VDC input to 12 VDC
  • External Wi-Fi antenna
  • Optional AC relay interface allows for monitoring of 120/240 V AC powered machinery (optional plug-in 12 VDC transformer power supply available)
  • Small aluminum enclosure size: 4.53" x 3.54" x 2.17" (115.06 x 89.92 x 55.12 mm).

Applications include forklifts, conveyors, engines, pumps, compressors, generators, motors and machinery.

The standard CYBERWATCH LAN unit can monitor up to four different machines or inputs at once. As an example, the CYBERWATCH LAN can be attached to four different inputs on a forklift (plus input power connection from the forklift to power it). Each input will record hours/minutes of usage when the input goes "high." Alternatively, the installer can attach the device to input power and enable the vibration counter, which will count hours as the forklift is in use and vibrating. All data will be sent out via email via the client's Wi-Fi network to the same email location. Once received, the emails can be "scraped" and the data string removed and a separate programming script written to deposit the hour meter usage data into a maintenance scheduling software or Excel spreadsheet.

For more information contact:

Keytroller, LLC

3907 W. Martin Luther King Blvd.

Tampa, FL 33614


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