Gauge, a leading provider of innovative cloud-based asset management solutions for mixed fleets, announces the addition of the new Jackhammer-RT1 (JH-RT1) to its product portfolio.
Designed and built in the USA, specifically for heavy equipment applications requiring customizable CAN Bus and harness configurations, the JH-RT1 has an environmental rating of IP69K. It operates from 9 to 60 volts to accommodate electric material handling equipment applications.
"The Jackhammer-RT1 gives Gauge the flexibility and control needed that other existing hardware offerings don’t provide. The RT1 enables Gauge to solve the most challenging applications furthering our value proposition,” said Mike Paredes, President of Gauge. "Our company continues to focus on helping our customers realize the full potential of both software and hardware applications, creating trust and real solutions to improve their bottom line."
Intended for harsh environments, the JH-RT1 is fully configurable, with 2 CAN channels, RS-485 Serial, dedicated power, ground, and ignition, 2 analog or digital inputs, 2 outputs and internal Li-Ion rechargeable battery. Connectivity is provided by an LTE Cat1 module and is PTCRB and AT&T certified.
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