ACIS-G25 Customer's existing security database, ACIS-G25 assures operators have proper identification and training to operate a truck (Access Control). The system is also designed to record impact events (Impact Sensing) and has top speed limiting built it (Speed Limiter).
Access Control The Access Control verification utilizes an external RFID card reader. Most readers are compatible as long as they are Weigand based. Further, it doesn't have to be a card reader; it can be key pads, data terminals, etc. OSHA regulations - upon a successful initial card swipe an inspection timer starts. The operator has a preprogrammed period of time to inspect the vehicle. Finding all items correct, they swipe their card a second time and commence their forklift operations. A second timer also activates tracking time before a re-inspection is required. If the truck is driven beyond this time period, the truck will go to a reduced travel speed until re-inspection occurs. Anytime a new operator gets on the truck, they will have to inspect the truck. All operators of record are time stamped and saved in the ECM.
Impact Sensing Impact Sensing detection employs a 3-axis accelerometer to detect impacts. X-Y planes are programmed together and Z which is the vertical plane is programmed separately. Should an impact event occur, the operator ID, date and time are saved. Further, the truck defaults to speed 4 (slow speed) until put back in service by a supervisor (Supervisor swipes their ID card). The supervisor ID is also stored.
Pace-One G2 Speed Limiter The ACIS-G25 system is built on the Pace-One G25 platform. As a result, with this kit you also obtain full Pace-One G2 functionality (see Pace-One G2 product page). Optionally up to four different travel speeds can be programmed with speed 4 reserved for impact events. The ACIS-G25 system can also be used in Zone Speed Control situations.