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Hit-Not Proximity Detection Systems

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Authorised Australian Distributor of Hit-Not Proximity Detection Systems

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What makes Hit-Not® VERY Accurate and VERY Reliable is that is it FULLY Proven.  Hit-Not® technology is based on low-frequency magnetic fields, which will reliably pass through walls and structures.  This system can see you, even when you can’t see the forklift and the operator cannot see you.  And, Hit-Not®is much more reliable than RFID because it does not give you false or nuisance alarms.
 
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The key to Hit-Not’s effectiveness is our PAD-Personal Alarm Device.  The PAD is worn on your shirt or vest, and will give you accurate visual and audible warnings when you are being threatened.  But, it will also transmit a signal to the forklift operator to let him know that you are in danger.  Both alarms will help you avoid a collision.  Plus, there is NO LIMIT to how many forklifts and PAD’s can be used at a time.
  

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Magnetic fields are preset at the factory at 30 feet in the front of the generator and 30 feet in the rear of the generator for the Danger Zone. Warning Zones are 43% larger than the Danger Zones. Field sizes can be adjusted.
When a pedestrian enters a forklift’s Warning Zone, both his PAD and the forklift Alarm will give three beeps and lights to warn of the threat.  When the pedestrian enters the Danger Zone, the PAD and the Alarm will sound and light continuously until the threat is over and the pedestrian is out of danger.
By eliminating struck-by accidents in your warehouse, you improve the efficiency of your entire company.

  

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Hit-Not® Systems warn machine operators and warn individual pedestrians to help prevent struck-by accidents.
Based on HazardAvert® technology that is fully proven in mining operations.
A low frequency magnetic field is provided by a small generator that is attached to the canopy of the truck.
Personal Alarm Devices (PADs) are either carried by pedestrians, attached to their hard hat or carried in a pocket on their safety vests.
When a pedestrian is too close to a truck, both the pedestrian and the truck operator are given visual and audible warnings.
If the pedestrian is dangerously close to the truck, both the pedestrian and the truck operator are given a more intense warning, a danger warning.

  

Also see our other forklift safety solutions: Fork Alert - Forklift Safety Systems