Genesis says its Pulse Technology cloud-based attachment performance monitoring system is the first of its kind.
Using integrated sensors throughout both hydraulic circuits, the technology delivers live diagnostic measurements for critical functions including jaw pressure, jaw circuit oil temperature, bi-directional rotation pressure, rotation circuit oil temperature, and rotational speed and flow. “True” attachment life operations are also monitored, with data for hours, cycles, rotations, and elapsed run time, eliminating the need to rely on traditional carrier-based hour measurements. The web and mobile app platform displays live and historical data. Performance threshold alerts, delivered via e-mail or text, can be set to prevent hydraulic failures, according to Genesis. Data can also be exported for detailed performance charting and analysis. Multiple Genesis attachments can be monitored as the software displays an icon for every attachment, and its exact location, when the attachment is in use.