WHAT IS

ARINALERT

ARINAlert precisely measures the distance between mobile equipment and pedestrian workers wearing an ARINAlert Tag. The ARINAlert System has preset distances to determine the virtual danger zone.  The ARINAlert uses a 3 color light along with an audible alarm to alert the operator that a pedestrian worker is in either of the two danger zones.  The virtual danger zone distances can be adjusted for larger or smaller pieces of equipment or to the employer’s preferred distances.  You may also add an ARINAlert Tag to high valued capital assets that need to be protected.

  • Pedestrian to Mobile
  • Mobile to Mobile
  • Blind Alert
  • ARINTrack
  • Hazard Alert

SYSTEM COMPONENTS

OPERATOR

ALERT LIGHT

ARINAlert provides the operator with a “Personal Alert Light” that alerts them to the presence of pedestrian workers in the area.

In testing, ARINAlert provided alerts within 0.3 seconds of the pedestrian worker crossing the predefined virtual zone around the operator.

Image of ARINAlert Light System
Image of the ARINAlert Pedestrian Tag

PEDESTRIAN

WORKER TAG

ARINAlert is also able to differentiate between workers, high valued capital assets, and other mobile pieces of equipment outfitted with an ARINAlert Brain Box or ARINAlert Tag

ARINAlert can keep track of many workers and assets simultaneously.

BRAIN

BOX

This component is the heart of all the ARINAlert system configurations.

Waterproof connectors are provided for power and alerting.

Photo of an ARINAlert Brain Box

FEATURES & CONFIGURATIONS

MOBILE TO MOBILE

  • Protects Mobile to Mobile Equipment
  • Requires at least two Brain Boxes
  • Programable to Custom Virtual Alert Zones

BASIC SYSTEM

  • Mobile Equipment to Pedestrian Workers
  • Brain Box & Tags
  • No Special Programing needed

PEDESTRIAN MOBILE

  • Protects Pedestrian Workers from Mobile Equipment
  • System includes a Brain Box and 2 Tags
  • Programable to Custom Virtual Alert Zones

BLIND ALERT

  • Alerting pedestrians before they enter BLIND into a building or pathway of a mobile piece of equipment or overhead crane in that area.
  • At least two Brain Boxes and a few tags (one BB needs to be 120V)
  • Some special programming required.

ARINTRACK

This configuration is designed to track equipment routes and pedestrian worker (for safety & security reasons) in a warehouse or large facility.

Uses:

  • To evaluate efficient routes for forklifts and to reduce traffic congestion.
  • For “Work In Progress” reporting
  • To precisely identifies the location of assets indoor
  • The IPS (Indoor Positioning System) is accurate to within 1’

Components:

  • Brain Box for all equipment
  • Pedestrian Tags
  • IPS Anchor System that is mounted in the ceiling, used to triangulate positions

Data:

  • Securely Stored in the Cloud
  • Data belongs to the Customer
  • Configuration Programing is needed

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Contact SunnySide Supply today to increase safety on your job sites and warehouses.