Ayantra – a leading developer of remote asset management products – has created a solution for managing Compressors.
All powered machines must be monitored to ensure timely service and to achieve optimal performance. Trailer mounted compressors are particularly difficult to monitor, since they are frequently moved. Key challenges include:
Tracking each compressor’s Location
Logging each compressor’s Engine Run-Hours to ensure timely maintenance services
Detecting Faults, including Pressure Violations
Maintaining Usage Logs to satisfy regulatory agencies
FleetComp is a web-based wireless monitoring solution for managing remote compressors. FleetComp can manage any make or model of compressor, and it easily supports hybrid fleets. With the average cost of a truck roll @ $75 or more, remote asset monitoring starts to pay for itself right away.
The total solution consists of
- An Ayantra monitoring unit installed on the compressor
- Ayantra-provided wireless messaging services
- An Ayantra-provided website to deliver information about each monitored compressor
CAPABLE OF SUPPORTING ANY MAKE OR MODEL OF COMPRESSOR, EVEN HYBRID FLEETS.
DAILY HEARTBEATS PLUS ACTIVITY-BASED UPDATES
Each FleetComp monitoring unit automatically sends a regularly-scheduled update each day; and it also reports key events as they occur, such as “Engine ON,” “Engine OFF,” “Fault,” or “Low Battery,” etc.
Users can “ping” any remote unit to collect an up-to-the-minute update at any time.
UPDATES PROVIDE ESSENTIAL INFORMATION
Each update provides the following information:
– CURRENT ENGINE RUN-HOURS
– STATUS (Running or Not Running)
– CONDITION (Faults or No Faults)
– BATTERY LEVEL
FleetComp can report if the compressor is moved from its proper location.
FleetComp provides various types of utilization reports. These utilization reports can be used for customer invoices, assigning project costs, and for other fleet management purposes.
REAL-TIME FAULT REPORTS AND ALERT NOTIFICATIONS
Each FleetComp monitoring unit includes five (5) user-configurable inputs to report Faults. Each Fault event can trigger real-time Alert Notifications sent as text messages and/or as email messages directed to specific recipients. Typical examples of the types of Faults that can be reported include: General Fault/Common Alarm; Low Fuel; High Engine Temperature.
FleetComp can send “Service Due” reminders as each machine approaches its service interval. Service intervals are user-configurable for each machine, and cam be triggered by calendar day interval or by engine run-hours. The “Service Due” reminders can be directed to specific recipients.
ALARMS FOR BATTERY AND/OR ALTERNATOR PROBLEMS
FleetComp can also send Alert Notifications if the battery goes low or is disconnected, or if the alternator does not perform properly.
Authorized users can collect up-to-the minute updates from any machine, at any time.
The database information can be exported upon demand.
Physical: 5.00” x 3.50” x 1.55”
Power: 8 – 32 volts DC
- Active: 65 mA (typ) @ 12V
- PowerSave: 40 mA (typ) @ 12V
Built-in back-up battery
- Monitoring unit – Operating: -32°C → +60°C
- Monitoring unit – Storage: -45°C → +85°C
Humidity: 0 – 95 RH @ 40C
- Input Ports: 7 Inputs (5 user-configurable)
- Output Ports: 2 Outputs