Roadtec Introduces Ace Grade, Slope Control

Advanced programming and user friendly displays allow the operator to auto calibrate the hydraulic parameters.

Thu May 07, 2015 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The Ace system includes three Roadtec graphic displays that provide enhanced operation, sensor availability, continuous sensor monitoring, and the ability to quickly transition between sensors.
The Ace system includes three Roadtec graphic displays that provide enhanced operation, sensor availability, continuous sensor monitoring, and the ability to quickly transition between sensors.

Roadtec Inc.’s Ace Grade and Slope Control System is available on all half-lane and full-lane milling machines and automates the elevation of the milling machine using a network of grade and slope sensors combined with one central microcontroller.

The Ace system includes three Roadtec graphic displays that provide enhanced operation, sensor availability, continuous sensor monitoring, and the ability to quickly transition between sensors. The Ace system can readily incorporate the additional hardware, sensors and other components needed for single or dual averaging skis, according to the manufacturer.

Advanced programming and user friendly displays allow the operator to auto calibrate the hydraulic parameters. This feature reduces the time and effort spent trouble shooting. Ace also can be directly connected to the Guardian telematic system.




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