A new multi-camera operator vision system from RMT Equipment is “jobsite-rated” to increase safe operation in the largest heavy-duty equipment operations. TRACK-VISION systems are equipped to connect up to four cameras to a single monitor.
According to Marc Lefebvre, Sales Manager for RMT, “Installing a four-camera system on your crushing plant is as easy as setting up one backup camera. You just run the insulated cable from the camera and plug it in.”
Lefebvre says that safety-conscious equipment owners are now equipping more machines with multiple cameras to bring rear and side views of the jobsite into the cab, including “tool views” with cameras mounted all around the machine, or on a primary or secondary crusher or conveyor system.
TRACK-VISION monitors offer operators a choice of displays for the images from their cameras. Using a “quad box option’’, display modes include a fixed view of a single selected camera, or an auto-mode which rotates through all cameras in sequence, or a split screen view which displays all camera images together.
The standard high resolution monitor is seven inches wide, an optional 10-inch monitor is available, and All TRACK-VISION monitors are compatible with both 12V and 24V electrical systems. Along with excavators, Lefebvre especially recommends boom cameras for demolition equipment, where the operator may reach over and behind a wall when equipped with either a breaker or shear.
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