Hyster Remote Hour Meter Eliminates Unnecessary Preventative Maintenance

Wed November 07, 2007 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Hyster Company, in partnership with On-Board Communications, has introduced the remote hour meter reading device, a new approach to reducing maintenance time and labor costs. The remote hour meter, available from authorized Hyster dealers, has the ability to remotely acquire and automatically track lift truck run time, which saves time and effort normally spent on maintenance and manual product checks.

The remote hour meter is housed in a 3- by 5-in. box and links to a customizable digital paging network. The meter’s customizable network allows operators to select a specific time for the device to submit truck runtime data. Users can log into the network and check this information at any time from any computer.

With the customizable LiftTraks web-based software interface, managers can use the network’s grouping capability to view an entire fleet or specific units based on their specific settings. GPS capabilities are offered as an optional add-on to remotely track the location of fleet trucks, providing another resource in fleet management and control.

For more information, visit www.hysteramericas.com.




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