|Dimensions||7.5 × 7 × 4 in|
LM400 In-Cab Computer With Touch Screen and Route Assistant for Front End Loader Refuse Truck On-Board Scales
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LoadMan® LM400 on-board computer for fork-based, commercial refuse trucks. The LM400 brings a modern touch-screen graphical user interface, superior construction and durability of the in-cab computer. The complete system includes the LoadMan LM400 on-board computer with the Route Assistant application for waste and recycling, LoadMan Load Management back office software (sold separately) and LoadMan on-board scale technology for accurately weighing loads in motion (scales sold separately).
The LM400 color touch-screen display intuitive buttons all on one screen eliminating the need to scroll through various screens to find the right one. Construction of the on-board computer with the LM400 is more rugged than ever, built to withstand rough daily use and extreme temperatures. The 5.7-inch display is easy to read and designed to be readable in sunlight. In addition, scale calibration, formerly a time-consuming task, is easy and can be completed in minutes with the new touch-screen interface. Load weights are displayed in either English pounds or Metric kilograms.
The LoadMan LM400 with the Route Assistant application takes automation to the next level. GPS coordinate locations are acquired during setup of the LM400, enabling automatic load detection while in route. Previously a manual process, customer locations are captured automatically using GPS geocoding or with an RFID reader and can be tagged with customer name, service type, commodity code, date and time stamp, bin and net vehicle weight, truck number and driver. In addition, a Proximity Mode feature uses geodata to show the driver customer pick-ups within a 300-foot radius of the truck’s position; it’s then as simple as the driver confirming the account with a single touch to the screen.
LoadMan’s Load Management Software (operating on an office PC) allows remote tracking of trucks, drivers, customers, routes and products by account or job. Route lists are created with the software and downloaded to the LoadMan meter. Any recorded load data and/or GPS position data in LoadMan’s data collection memory will be automatically transferred to the Load Management Software – without any prompting or intervention from the driver – whenever a wireless modem connection is established.