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PRESENTATION LCD-601/2 Wireless Access Monitoring Systems

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  1. PRESENTATION LCD-601/2Wireless Access Monitoring Systems

  2. Session 1Access + Monitoring Systems Good Heavy Duty code/ RFID ignition system with event logging via USB port For: Controlling access on any vehicle ---Construction Equipment, aerial lifts, golf carts Better Inexpensive code and RFID keypad with Impact & Speed Sensing, logging and optional radios For: Medium fleets on budget Used frequently on forklifts Best Color LCD display with built in Wi-Fi, RFID card reader, electronic check list, logging and Impact & Speed Sensing For: Large fleets with Wi-Fi Data transmitted automatically, reports generated automatically

  3. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 BEST • State-of-the-art Wireless Access Monitoring • Impact and speed sensing capabilities • Fits ANY Make or Model Vehicle • Larger COLOR LCD screen • Accepts Code and/or RFID to start and stop the vehicle • Fast Processor---more memory capacity • Large Storage Capacity (6000 Events) • Built in internal Wi-Fi • IP67 weatherproof custom enclosure • Temperature extreme components • Vibration tested in various frequencies + axis of movement • Alpha-numeric keypad • Text messaging

  4. LCD 601 - Most commonly used on forklift applications Full keypad functionality Impact + Speed sensing External alarm output 4 aux inputs LCD 602 - Used in applications where impact and speed sensing is NOT required! Same keypad functionality as 601 Only 1 input (Typically used for seat switch) Much simpler dual relay module 2 Models 600 Series • KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602

  5. KEYTROLLER LCD-601/2 Fits to any make or model vehicle Back hoe Forklift Forklift Stand up Forklift Tugger Order Picker Personnel Carrier Aerial Lifts Skid Steer Loader Electric, Gas, LPG Or Diesel Powered Vehicle

  6. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 NO More Keys START & STOP - From Keypad No More Lost Time Due to Lost or Broken Keys Codes and Cards Are Unique to Operator Codes and Cards only enable vehicle drivers that are authorized and trained on the Vehicle

  7. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 - Installation If the Truck is electric needs voltage converter (2) Wires To Power Connection at Ignition Switch (2 Black Wires – EL vehicles) (3rd Green Wire connected to the starter circuit – IC vehicles) Aux connections Yellow – Output to flashing siren alarm Red- Seat belt, low oil, high temp Brown-Seat switch Blue-Second hour meter, seat belt White- Dark Blue---Speed sensor 7

  8. KEYTROLLER LCD 601Auxiliary Inputs + Output Descriptions 1 Output Powers external 120dB flashing siren 4 Inputs #1 Speed Sensor (Magnetic or Gear Tooth) #2 Aux (Typically seat switch or overload Sensor etc.) #3 Seat Switch (Typically: Seat or foot switch) #4 Aux (Can be set as aux input or “work” time)

  9. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 - Tabletop Demo Kit • Keytroller color LCD601 • 120dB flash-siren alarm • Speed Sensor Post • Magnet (Speed) with cards • Aux Input Switch Box • Shock—Impact Module • Sample RFID Cards (preprogrammed) • Relay—Sensor Module • 2 1 4 + 7 3 5 6 8 Black 12VDC power supply - plugs into top/back of sensor switch box 9

  10. 1-Keypad2-Relay sensor module 3-Impact module 4-Adjustable mounting bracket All standard components in 601. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 – Shipped as a complete kit Typically 4 Components

  11. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 ColorLCDKeypad Date Day of week Time Wi-Fi signal strength Amount memory left Max temp seen IP address Operators name Hours on machine Maintenance due time Maintenance due date Component #1

  12. KEYTROLLER LCD 601Relay Sensor Module Mounted upright in the engine compartment on IC truck Commonly mounted under dash Component #2 Mounted in the electronics compartment on EL truck Mounted flat in the engine compartment of construction equipment

  13. KEYTROLLER LCD 601 Impact Module Small size for easy mounting Mounts flush and flat—not vertical Can be mounted securely to the frame or with optional mounting bracket (shown) Y (front-back) axis acclimated to cable X axis (side-side) Component #3 Y X

  14. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602Adjustable Mounting Bracket Component #4 Built in adjustable mounting bracket gives installer many options--- dash install, OHG leg install, OHG above install, etc.

  15. Bracket to dash KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 Flexibility in Mounting Options Bracket to overhead guard above Bracket to leg of Overhead guard Flush mounted to dash

  16. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 No More Untrained & Unauthorized Drivers! • Operators • Are trained on system use • Will be assigned their own Code or RFID ID Card • Will have Access To Assigned Vehicles Only • Card or Code Validation & Acceptance • Enables Device • KEYTROLLER Compatibility • RFID card can be matched with a reader • HID Prox is by far the most commonly used RFID card today • Any License or Card Can Be Converted into RFID Card with addition of ‘adhesive wafer’ Authorized HID technology partner - http://www.hidglobal.com

  17. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 Warns Operator When Training is Due or Card Expires • The cards can be programmed to warn the operator within 30 days of the expiration of his card (or when recurrent training is due) • The warning stays on the display for 6 seconds after card flash accepted

  18. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 Instills responsibility and accountability • Employee knows the device is there and know they will be accountable for the following: • Abusive driving • Checklist Completion • Speeding • Maintenance completed • Responsible for usage---time recorded • Idle, moving or loaded time can be recorded • Abusive operators will either change their ways, get retrained or be relocated to a new job. • Management now have data, reports and emails to back up usage and abuse issues

  19. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 – Demo #1 Step 1 : Logging In • Plug the Unit in • “Wake Up” the device by pressing the RED button on the right side of the device. (Avoid 300ma battery draw down on IC Vehicles) • “Log In” by pressing the F4 Login button • Enter Valid Code (or RFID Card) • Keytroller is only enabled by a valid code or RFID Card • Keeps untrained and unauthorized operators off your equipment, an OSHA requirement • Present RFID Card Over Keypad • Hold the card in place over the keypad until the screen changes • Checklist will now appear • If it is not the first start of the shift the main screen will show---unless set in demo mode.

  20. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 Pre-shift checklist Questions • Can you access your OSHA required checklist records now? • How long would it take you to access 6 months of checklist information? • Are your operators completing them? • Are they turning them in? • Where are your paper checklist physically stored? • Who is in charge of them? • Are your operators accountable for all items on the checklist? • Can you come up with checklist information quickly in the event of an OSHA inspection or accident?

  21. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 Step 2 : Pre-Shift Checklist • Paper based checklists are prone to errors and hard to track historical trends. • As checklist items appear you will pass or fail items • Pass items by pressing the Green Pass button • Fail items by pressing the Yellow Fail button • Checklist can be customized to each clients specifications. You may have as many or as few items as you choose. • You can now Find “Failed” checklist items by date, time, operator and vehicle • You can also set a time period for completion of the Checklist • You have easy access to SQL database stored data • The data supports OSHA investigations of accidents

  22. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 - Demo #2 Pre-Shift Checklist • First Log in of Shift - Pre-Shift Check List Begins • Completely programmable daily, weekly, monthly and “flagged” items • Pass Or Fail • Hydraulic oil level • Tire damage • Brakes • Engine oil level • Horn , etc. • Automatic emails • To mechanic or dealer, etc. 22

  23. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 Checklist Advantages + Time Down (Make It Easy On Your Operator) • NO paperwork to fill out, misplace or lose • 2. Complete checklist or vehicle will shut down In allotted time (counts down from one minute on the display---warning operator to complete checklist) • 3. Each Checklist item will Include: • Time, Date, Operator and Vehicle Stamped information • Each Checklist item is timed to the second to be sure the • items were not falsely completed or “finger whipped” • “Accountability” of Checklist & Operator • “Failed” items can be automatically emailed • OSHA reports generated for accident or inspection • Usage of vehicle and that operator • Failed checklist history • Impact and speeding event history (vehicle + operator)

  24. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 Checklist“Flagged” or Critical Items “Flagged” or Critical Checklist Items that are failed (like brakes) The Lock Out Warning Will Appear (Are you sure?) If operator presses YES, device will lock out and re-enabling the device can only be done by: Programmer Supervisor Or Mechanic “Non-flagged” or Non-critical Items that are failed (like brake lights) The Lock Out Warning Will Appear (Are you sure?) If operator presses YES an event is recorded in the log No Supervisor Interface required. What is a “flagged” or critical checklist Item? Any item that the end user specifies in the set up. For example Brakes: when failed that vehicle should not be in operation until it has been evaluated by a mechanic. Flagged Non-flagged

  25. Checklists can be programmed in other languages as long as the other language uses the English alphabet. SPANISH KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602Checklist Languages

  26. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 - Demo #3 Starting & Stopping The Vehicle • Press the Green button • This simulates starting the engine • The Yellow lightning icon indicates starter has engaged • Green icon displayed on LCD Screen indicates the engine is running • Operator presses START until he hears engine start, removes finger and starter relay drops out • To turn engine off press this disengages ignition relay and stops engine START STOP

  27. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 Stopping the Vehicle via STOP or Seat Switch “Time Out Functionality” Operator presses OR Operator leaves seat (that has seat switch) Seat Default setting is 1 minute Settable from 0—X# minutes Shuts down KEYTROLLER and vehicle If operator re-enters vehicle before the time out sequence time expires, the operator can start again without logging in This feature controls and eliminates excessive idling Required on electric forklifts where STOP is not typically pressed and operator just leaves the seat or platform foot switch STOP 27

  28. KEYTROLLER LCD 601Auxiliary Inputs Examples - 2 options for “Work time Productivity Evaluation” Secondary hour meter (input #4) connected to: Hydraulic load presence sensor Switch on accelerator to monitor “idle time” Lift pump motor Drive motor Also can be set up as (time vehicle is moving above “0” MPH/KPH) Requires Keytroller to be connected to speed sensor input Set up either way, input is shown in seconds and can be compared against “seat on” or “key on” standard hour meter timer. This gives management data for productivity evaluation for both equipment usage and operator performance. Example: How much time the forklift was carrying a load? How much time the forklift was moving? VS:How much time the operator was on the seat (key on time)?

  29. KEYTROLLER LCD 601Auxiliary Inputs Examples: Seat Belt • OSHA's Seat Belt Use enforcement policy • Section 5(a)(1) - OSHA Act • Failure to use seat belts on equipped forkliftsIS A VIOLATION!! • Auxiliary input on LCD601 device • Can be connected to any seat belt that has an internal switch built in. • KEYTROLLER shuts down when: • If seat belt is not engaged in a preset number of seconds the vehicle begins to move for X# of seconds before shutting the vehicle down

  30. KEYTROLLER LCD 601Auxiliary Input Example: Low Oil & High Engine Temp • Connections for engine indicator lights on dash • Low oil pressure • High engine temperature • Programmable ignition shut down • Requires supervisor or mechanic’s code to restart. • Protects engine from catastrophic failure

  31. KEYTROLLER LCD 601Auxiliary Input Example: Hydraulic overload sensor • Hydraulic overload sensor : Mounted in the hydraulic line, the sensor is calibrated to a somewhere from 10% under to full load capacity When this pressure is reached the sensor outputs a signal, when connected to an auxiliary sensor, warning is given and shut down can be programmed

  32. KEYTROLLER LCD 601 Demo #4 Auxiliary Input Function Seatbelt Alarm Seat Switch Activated (Driver Has Left Seat) Check Oil Alarm Simulate low oil pressure, high engine temp, No seat belt and seat switch with lever switches on box

  33. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 See When Maintenance Is Due Right From LCD Display • Display At Start Up (No Speed Sensing) • Hours currently on vehicle • Date when maintenance due • # of hours until maintenance due • Display while running(With Speed Sensor) • Date maintenance due • # of hours until maintenance due • When grace period settings expire--- display shows: MAINTENANCE PAST DUE! • Grace period set in software by hours or days • Vehicle can NOT be started again by common operator • Insures device is reset or vehicle taken for maintenance 33

  34. KEYTROLLER LCD 601 Speeding Accountability Display Speed Shown In MPH or KPH The speed limit can be set in the MENU by the programmer Grace Period (In Sec) can be set in the MENU by the programmer Device beeps and flashes, warning the operator, that the speed limit is being exceeded Alarm sounds when speeding through grace period has been exceeded and an event is created and logged into the system Current Speed Speed Limit Above shows speed limit of 6 mph with vehicle traveling at 9.8 mph and device is warning driver to slow down 34

  35. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 Speed Sensor Options Gear Tooth Sensor Drill and tap hole in axle differential housing Screw in speed sensor Counts pulses as gear rotates Better “resolution” reaction time than magnetic sensor option Magnetic Sensor Mount “erasure head” magnet in wheel hub Mount sensor outside rotating wheel hub Counts pulses as wheel rotates OEM speed sensor present Many modern forklifts have gear tooth speed sensors already in place for stability and speed control Keytroller can splice into this existing sensor to pick up speed pulses

  36. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 - Demo #5 Speedometer & Speeding Accountability Take round magnet that is included in the Demo Kit S-L-O-W-L-Y wave the magnet across the magnetic speed sensor post on the switch box to simulate driving speeds The speed will increase and be shown in mph/kph on the LCD display The Alarm Sounds when speed exceeds programmed top speed through “grace period”. 3 4 1 2

  37. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 Impact & Abuse Sensing----Operator Accountablity! • No Proof Of Abuse/Accidents? • Facility Too Large To Supervise? • Operator Failed To Report? • No One Saw It? • No one knows who did it? With Keytroller 601 • 50%+ Reduction In Damage ---Usually IMMEDIATELY • Typical ROI Within First Year Of Usage Operator Accountability • 80% o f damage caused By 5-10% of operators • Abusive operators change their habits or are replaced • Management has record of incidents 37

  38. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 After impact options---- Alarm! Logged! Auto shut down in X# seconds! 120dB External Siren Alarm • Immediately sounds • Turned off by supervisor or mechanic Event is logged • Intensity of event in X + Y axis • Relative to set point Auto Shut Down • Set in software • If enabled, device will count down on display and shut down when auto shut down time expires • Must be re-enabled by supervisor Automatic Emails • Impact event can be sent out immediately • To list of recepient’s email address 38

  39. KEYTROLLER LCD 601 Impact Module Installation • Has 2 axis high accuracy accelerometer (Front/Back and Side/Side) • Adjustable in .1 “G” increments (independent settings allowable for each axis) • Settable in ms “ignore” for higher accuracy • Small enclosure for easy mounting Mount flush to frame Mount on optional “L” bracket For accuracy, mount very securely to frame as near to rear of forklift as possible

  40. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 Flashing Siren Alarm • Optional alarm connects to output on relay sensor module • Unique alarm for KEYTROLLER events • Can be wired to flash, strobe only or siren only or BOTH • 120dB siren • Alarm sounds when (Programmable in software): • There is an abusive impact (Can be set for only supervisor or mechanic to shut off) • Operator drives speeding through the “grace period” setting (Auto Alarm shut off when speed is reduced below limit)

  41. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 - Demo #6 Impact Event + Alarm • Tap Shock Module To Create Impact Event • 2 accelerometers • Front/back & Side/side • Alarm should Sound • Flashes only • Flip Switch Up • To Hear 120dB Sound Volume • Ignition will Shut Down • in X # seconds as programmed • Press Login & Use Supervisor/Mechanic’s Card • Turns Alarm Off & Re-enables 2 1 3 41

  42. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 Abandoned vehicles Question • Wonder who took a truck from your department and never brought it back? 2. Who left the truck in the back lot last night on third shift? 3. Who knocked off the dock door and left the forklift sitting there? Answer – Keytroller LCD 601 • Event logs show who drove it last, when they left it there! • System records time, date, operator, vehicle, intensity & direction of impact .

  43. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 Keytroller Event Log When An Event Occurs In The Keytroller • The log can be viewed by supervisor on LCD display by accessing it through the MENU • Events automatically download to Keytrollers Fleet Management Software & E-Mails of chosen events sent automatically to management

  44. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 Programming from Menu Every programmable function can be done from keypad • Programmer’s code/card access only • Programmer can view settings from keypad • Much easier to program from FMS software, but MENU allows access to view individual settings on a machine

  45. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 Forklifts under repair? Still NOT being locked out? • A Mechanic, Supervisor or Programmer can “lock out” the vehicle to all pre-programmed operators in MENU. • Any Mechanic, Supervisor or Programmer can re-enable device to all pre-programmed operators by going to MENU again & unlocking.

  46. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 TEXT Messaging: Communicate directly with each forklift! • Wireless text messaging can be sent from KEYPATROLLER FMS software • Individual LCD units can receive wireless test message from host PC • Operator must respond alerting host he has received message • Messages can be sent to individual operators or broadcast to all vehicles • Example of broadcast message: “Fire in building #2---EVACUATE IMMEDIATELY!” • Each message can be sent with 4 “preprogrammed” responses that driver presses to respond

  47. Embedded Wi-Fi radio in 601 is standard! Current encryption schemes OPEN ACCESS (no security) WEP64 WEP128 WPA1-PSK [TKIP] WPA2-PSK [AES] WPA1/WPA2 [AES]* Signal strength “bars” show on display IP address shows on LCD display Embedded Wi-Fi on 601 -602 MUST be tested on site to ensure encryption security compliance and operation We suggest every potential client test the 601 and it’s embedded radio for usability on your wireless network KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 Embedded internal 802.11 Wi-Fi radio Shown above with external “stub” antenna for increased range

  48. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 Designed for Reliability and Durability • Keytroller has a reputation for amazing durability • Hardware designed for tough outdoor applications • Hardware durability tested for: • Vibration Tested (With different frequencies + axis) • High pressure washing • High & low temperature • High & low temperature “crash” test • High impact drop test • Warranty under .1% of sales • One year warranty • Completely backward compatible with previous model ---no planned obsolescence Waterproof Capacitive Keypad Full- Color LCD Compact Layered assembly Dust and waterproof housing (IP68) Suspension Platform which protects electronics against shock and vibration

  49. CYBERWIRE 802.11 Wi-Fi External Radio • Required where standard embedded radio will not work • Required on applications for high level encryption security • Required on applications where “certificates” are required • Device has it’s own embedded microprocessor and browser necessary for advanced security capabilities

  50. KEYTROLLER LCD 601/602 Effective use requires management buy-in! • Management & Supervisors “Buy-in” • Prevents Operators From Reverting Back To Abusive Habits • Ensures Consistent Operator Accountability • Need a Go-to-person “Expert” • Within Your Facility For KEYTROLLER Project • One Expert Go-to-person Much Preferred To Three OrFour “Half Trained” Personnel • Operator need to be Education • Purpose of System Implementation • Management Expectations of Operators • Proper System Use/Benefits • Helps Comply With OSHA Regulations • Keep Unauthorized Operators Off Equipment • Easier on Operators ---No Keys—No Paperwork • Good Operators Like The System – Bad Operators Hate It