Tecnologías de riego de batería
FRED is an application required to avoid monitoring the maintenance required by industrial equipment. It is a custom application developed by Battery Watering Technologies that is used to automate, track and monitor the maintenance of batteries, chargers and assemblies intelligently.
Your maintenance operation is taken to a whole new level, giving you the handling, automation and visibility capabilities of the data you require. There are multiple ways to customize the application to meet the individual needs of your company.
Multilevel user levels
The battery distributor creates an end user account and classifies the Administrator (Admin) at an end user level. Admin users have full access to the website and all facets of the tablet application. Admins have the ability to assign multiple users to the system and designate access for each. This type of use by level allows Admins to restrict the permissions of users who can add, modify and remove equipment, as well as limit their access to facilities or sections.
Facilities and sections
The end user can configure multiple installations depending on the number of spaces available. Within each space can be configured
multiple sections to later identify where to locate the equipment (for example: the cold room, the reception).
Each piece of equipment will be registered in FRED and assigned an installation / section and type of equipment (battery, charger or forklift). An adhesive label with a unique bar code will be applied to each piece of equipment (battery, charger or forklift). Once the team is registered in FRED, the barcode is scanned and linked to that particular piece of equipment for location purposes. FRED is compatible with pre-existing barcode labels, as long as the barcode number is not duplicated.
Determine what tasks should be carried out and how often to maintain
the equipment in optimal conditions. Tasks can be programmed globally or specifically for a particular installation or type of equipment. However, maintenance can be exclusively assigned according to
the particular types of equipment, facilities or sections. Tasks can be set “to occur on a specific day” or “to occur on a specific date” and can be assigned daily, weekly or monthly. Examples: “to occur on a specific day”: Irrigate all
The batteries on Monday. “To occur on a specific date”: Wash all batteries on the 10th of each month.
Once the maintenance requirements are established, FRED can help you optimize your maintenance tasks by automating the manual registration that is a burden to your staff.
The application allows the user to see the scheduled maintenance in the list
of tasks for a particular piece of equipment or for the entire team. You can see a list of required maintenance tasks that are close to happening, pending or overdue. The completion of the task can be indicated by selecting the piece of equipment in the application or by scanning the barcode.
Real-time analysis helps detect problems
For real-time data collection, the application requires Internet service. Real-time data collection is optimal, however, FRED can work offline.
Data collected offline is stored until there is an Internet connection and then uploaded to the cloud where it is available for data reporting.
Operational data at your fingertips
FRED facilitates access to all the operational data you need and
just when you need them. You can quickly view historical data and send notes to the Whiteboard. The Whiteboard allows technicians to easily report problems found that are not within their responsibilities or that need more attention than they can give them.
FRED integrates and strengthens all facets of its maintenance operation with the following comprehensive group of automation, management, information and monitoring capabilities.
The application is available through battery distributors. Multiple installations can be created and subsequently subdivided by section.
The team can be subdivided into classes.
Users can be of type Admin or No Admin (technicians) with different levels of access.
The type of user and the level determine the type of access that is allowed to each user.
Visibility of each technician for maintenance tasks.
Users may be limited to certain facilities or sections in an installation.
Maintenance tasks can be created for specific installations or sections in an installation and also
Limited to certain kinds of equipment.
Flexible programming options (daily, weekly, monthly).
Programming tasks based on “to occur on a specific date” and “to occur on a specific day.”
The equipment can be taken out of service and put into service again.
Workflow with increase for upcoming, pending or overdue services. Ability to use any barcode.
Flexible whiteboard to report problems found in the field.
Solid functionality without connection.