24/7 access for all authorized RDI clients.

Easy access to current information on each compactor and baler when you need it. No waiting for faxes, emails or phone calls.
Systems are hosted by our IT affiliate on dedicated servers, standby power and multiple connection feeds for 99.98% uptime.
The system is “intuitive” and similar to other web based apps such as Hotmail and G-mail.
All programming is handled by the in-house IT team which minimizes ongoing development costs.

All data collected is current.

All information is updated in real time to ensure that clients have the most accurate and reliable data possible.
Accurate data ensures that our clients are aware of the status of each piece of equipment at all times.
Data can be exported to other systems for internal accounting and reconciliation purposes.

Hydraulic system data points.

The System Sentry monitors and records the following hydraulic system data.

  1. Oil level
  2. Oil temperature
  3. System pressure
  4. Heater circuit status
  5. Container fullness status

Electrical system data points.

The System Sentry monitors and records the following electrical system data.

  1. Overload status
  2. Safety circuit status
  3. Door/gate status
  4. E-stop status
  5. Container in place/away status
  6. Cycle counts and total run time
  7. User code tracking
  8. Hopper blockage warning
  9. Chute blockage warning
  10. Sorter status
  11. Sorter jammed condition
  12. Compactor jammed warning
  13. Operator panels status

Alarms and events delivery method.

When an alarm condition occurs the system will send out an alert describing the condition or conditions.
Alarms, events and reports can be emailed or texted in any combination to any user the client has pre-approved.

Secure access (user name and password required).

All data is protected from “prying eyes”.
Limit the amount of access to employees to match their need through our vertical access controls.

Fully transportable design with simple hardware migration.

If the client upgrades or replaces aging systems that are no longer cost effective to operate the monitoring hardware can be easily and quickly transferred to the new equipment even if the physical or geographical location is not the same.