Equipment Monitoring Hardware
Collecting the right kind of data from your facility requires complementary hardware. These components provide a near universal solution for tracking, sensing, and ultimately verifying that you are gathering accurate information from both your operator’s standard work process as well as your equally valuable machinery.
The hardware component Tracker is a near-universal signal interpreter designed to give you the power to listen to tools and jigs, measure analog proximity sensor outputs, and communicate signals back to the web applications.
Tracker unlocks all of the advanced features found in Compass without requiring custom programming. It gives you the power to monitor equipment, detect operator presence, and collect truly useful data surrounding your standard process.
These small, out-of-the-way analog sensors are designed to quickly plug into the Tracker, giving you the ability to create a monitored work zone.
Proximity sensors use infrared beams with an adjustable working range. They can be linked together (up to 3 per analog input).
Sensors can be placed throughout the work station, using minimal wiring, in order to triangulate a zone for monitoring operator presence.
Tracker: Quick Specs
This sleek near-universal signal interpreter contains a custom PCB with plug-and-play inputs in a compact, aluminum cabinet enclosure.