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Monitor efficiency in the workshop with WERMA's data collection package,"WIN", now including a new piece part counting module

01 October 2013

WERMA has an extremely innovative solution for the wireless monitoring of machinery in the workshop.  The low cost system can monitor wirelessly up to 50 machines.

A new development – piece part counting module
WERMA has introduced a new development called “WIN slave performance”  The new software developed includes many other new features.  In addition to the existing monitoring functions the new software can monitor the piece part count of the machine and analyse the progress of a job on the machine.

Simple and quick to install
WIN is an inexpensive piece of kit which is very easy to install. The system is “plug and play”, that is; the transmitter accessory, WIN slave performance” is added to an existing WERMA KombiSIGN signal tower which transmits data collected to the receiver “WIN master” connected to a PC with a USB cable.  


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