The CLOVER C4000PX VEHICLE ACCESS CONTROL & MONITORING SYSTEM uses a proximity reader that can detect a drivers card when it is brought into range. This means that no contact is required with the card to start the truck.
Each vehicle is fitted with a heavy-duty, waterproof C4000PX PROXCARD controller that is wired into the vehicle’s starter or operating circuit and programmed with a list of valid PROXCARDS to eliminate the need for keys
To start and operate a vehicle the driver must present his PROXCARD within 4” (10cm) of the sealed PROX reader. An alarm sounds if an invalid PROXCARD is used. The controller can be programmed with 4 times for each day when the vehicle requires a routine check. At these times the vehicle can only be started if the driver confirms that he has carried out the checks. Similarly the unit can be programmed with the number of hours the vehicle may run before it requires a major service. When the time is up a warning light is illuminated, and the vehicle can only be driven by drivers who confirm that they have carried out routine checks
The controller can be specified with built-in impact detectors. On impact the vehicle can be disabled until a mechanic’s PROXCARD is presented. It can also be fitted with a seat switch input which can automatically switch off the engine after a programmable period of time if it is left running without a driver present. The controller records all events to produce reports on vehicle running times, drivers’ times and impacts. The events can be printed on a portable printer or transferred to a portable Data Transfer Unit which can be connected to a PC for storage and analysis using the software supplied.
Number of drivers: Up to 1000
Number of vehicles: Up to 128
Alarm: Sounded if an invalid PROXCARD is presented or an impact detected
Maintenance: Warning light to remind drivers and mechanics that routine checks or major services are to be carried out
Reports: Start and finish times for each driver
Impact and alarm records with date and time
Accumulated driving times for each driver
Accumulated running time for each vehicle