Measurement and alarm solutions for the manufacturing industry
Monitor your production line or total production processes
Europe has an extensive manufacturing industry that we can be proud of! In the manufacturing industry, raw materials are converted into products. The production lines used for this contain many high-quality techniques and they are often continuously continuous production processes.
Production line failure can have major consequences: tons of production loss, days of delay and even irreparable environmental damage. Failures and faults must therefore be reported immediately to the on-call fault mechanics.
- Alerting technical malfunctions to a smartphone or pager on duty malfunction technician
- Separate notification of fire alarm systems
- Remote switching on / off of alarms and / or departments
- Local alarm on location possible via buzzer and flashing light
- Request alarm status with smartphone
- Line monitoring for connection with SMS in case of line failure
- Notification of power failure in production line by built-in emergency power supply
In this sector you will find our
Do you still monitor your processes with an …
... Octalarm-T or Severa Steady Connect?
These diallers are maybe more than 15 years old and no longer guarantees a reliable alarm. Electronics are aging, the risk of failure increases and it is impossible to predict when the detector will fail. Waiting for this to happen will lead to a situation in which you will be temporarily without alarm and risk financial and emotional damage. That is of course not an option!
... SV 3G alarmmelder, SV 3G Weblogger or SV 3G modem?
As of January 2022, the 3G network in the Netherlands will NOT be supported by Dutch telecom providers. In the UK, Vodafone and EE have both announced that they will close their 3G network next year (2022) and BT Group has announced that 3G services will be phased off for all EE, BT Mobile and Plusnet customers by 2023. Our diallers have an automatic fallback to 2G. However, because all installations with a 3G GSM module fall back to the 2G network at the same time, the communication speed/coverage will decrease drastically. This may cause communication problems for installations with a 2G and 3G module.
In addition, the 2G network in the Netherlands will be discontinued in April 2025 as well. No official phasing out data has yet been released by UK providers such as BT, Vodafone, EE (BT), O2 and Three. According to news sources, a phase-off period from June 2023 to 2025 is mentioned. We recommend you to contact your provider for clarity in your 2G and 3G delivery guarantee. After the networks expire,
- alerts with the SV line in 3G version will only be possible via the fixed internet (the 4G versions of the SV line will continue to operate).
- All Severa and Octalarm-T GSM versions will no longer work.
In order not to jeopardise the safety of your technical processes, these diallers must therefore be replaced (possibly prematurely) by Q1 of 2025 at the latest.
In order to avoid delivery problems due to a run on 4G modules during this period, we advise you to switch to solutions with a 4G LTE-Cat M1 module (4G for M2M) as soon as possible. We will be happy to advise you on choosing the right product.
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Insight into your processes provides assurance and peace of mind
Applications that run satisfactorily
- Fully integrated alarm dialler in the Lely network at dairy farmers (all Lely Industries machines, such as the A4 milking robot, the Discovery manure scraper and the Juno feed pusher, are monitored with this)
- Monitoring various production processes in the food industry and pharmaceutical industry
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