Adding TPMS to a Rubber-Tyred Gantry Crane (RTG) without the need to remove the tyre and take the machine out of service for hours. There are options for a stand-alone installation with a screen in the cab for the driver/operator or a connected solution giving the fleet or site manager a view on the tyre performance and safety of the whole fleet.
ATLAS can track machines and vehicles all around the port.
After Market – The Whole Fleet
Why not fit TPMS to the whole fleet? It takes less than an hour to fit an ATLAS TPMS system without the need or cost of taking the machine out of action for hours. The benefits of TPMS significant savings in running costs.
Even the Most Challenging of Installations
Monitoring RTG tyres can be challenging; ATLAS TPMS has been proven to provide reliable and prompt feedback to ensure rapid action to protect a valuable asset and ensure the safety of personnel.
Fleet TPMS on a Rubber-Tyred Gantry Crane (RTG)
Connected TPMS on an RTG
The following components would be required for an installation:
|ATLAS||Fleet Gateway (ATLAS Griffin)|
|ATL-202PL||ATLAS Power Lead|
|PLS-850K||RF Antenna (to receive pressure readings from sensors)|
|ATL-333AN||Cellular and GPS antennas|
|SEN-220||Industrial TPMS Sensors (mounted on the valve)|
Contact Tough Tech for details on the PressurePro Echo Repeater.
Installation of ATLAS is straight forward… …..find out more
Stand-Alone TPMS on an RTG
This configuration provides an in-cab screen/monitor for the crane operator to see tyre pressures and temperatures. Any alerts are immediately visible to the operator only.
For a connected fleet version use ATLAS
|SEN-220||Industrial valve TPMS Sensor|
|LNK-202PD||Power and data connection for Gateway|
|LNK-850K||RF Antenna (to receive pressure readings from sensors)|
|LNK-110||Universal Repeater (Connection to Gateway via powerline communication)|
|LNK-220PD||Private network cable (power & data to Gateway & Pulse)|
|LNK-800A||RF Whip Antenna (to receive pressure readings from sensors)|
|PLS-914M||Mounting kit for Pulse|
|PLS-200P||Power cable for Pulse|
IMPORTANT: The Gateway (LNK-101) and Universal Repeater (LNK-110) need to be on the same power supply because communication between the two is via Powerline Communication.
A number of support videos exist to help with the installation for stand-alone TPMS installations.