THE TACHOLINK Millennium On Board Computer A Total Vehicle Monitoring andFleet Management Solution
THE TACHOLINK On Board Computer* Tacholink Millennium(With display and keys)
THE TACHOLINK Millennium On Board ComputerA Total Vehicle Monitoring and Fleet Management Solution
Why do you require a TACHOLINK • Government Regulation • Fleet Management • Driver Monitoring • Potential Litigation
What are the advantages In using the TACHOLINK system. • Easy To Install • Easy to Calibrate • Tamper Proof • Comprehensive yet Simple Reports • Back -up And Service • No requirement for a dedicated computer • Low Cost
How long will the Tacholink take to pay itself off • Trucks about 4 Months • Buses about 6 Months • Other vehicles 6 Months Note: These times are based on . - Fuel savings. - General repairs and maintenance. - Reduction of engine Hours. - Reduction in Payroll.
Where is the Tacholink fitted • The Tacholink Millennium is fitted on the dash board where the driver can see it.NOTE :Regardless of where fitted the unit will automatically log data to its memory.
What type of vehicle can be fitted with the Tacholink • Any Type of Truck • Any Type of Bus • Cars • Vans • Road building Machinery • Off road VehiclesNOTE: Tacholink can be fitted in Electronic or mechanical Vehicles.
Other Tacholink Benefits • Can be fitted in a 12 or 24 Volt System. • In Build time clock. • Latest Flash memory technology. • Data can be down loaded as many times as required. • Can be programmed for customer specific requirements. • You can weld in the vehicle without disconnecting the unit.
What data is monitored automatically • Speed all the time. • Hours Driven. • Rest Time . • RPM. • Heavy Braking. • Fast Acceleration . • Accident Report. • Last Minute Log. • Idle Time. • Date and Time.
Additional data recorded by the Tacholink using the Key Pad • Drivers Identification. • Trip Meters. • Trip View. • Fuel Consumption. • Jobs. • Activities. • Business / Private. • Loads. • Speed Alert.
Additional inputs that can be connected to a Tacholink • Fuel Sensors • Door Activity • Siren • Lights • Handbrake • Air conditioning • School Lights • PTO • Water Temperature • Oil Pressure • GPS • Trailer Temperature • Trailer Identification
How do you transfer the data from the Tacholink to a PC • By a Long distance cable (up to 12 Meters) • By a Cable to a Lap top Computer • Connecting directly to a serial printer. • By Radio Downloading (RF) • By GSM • By DSM ( Down loading Smart Module) Notes: - The data does not need to be down loaded every day. - The DSM can be programmed for any number of days
Tacholink Reports • Main Activity Report • Exception Report • Trip Summary • Daily Summary Report • Weekly Summary Report • Daily Driver Report • Monthly Driver Report • Fleet Vehicle Report
Tacholink Data Base SoftwareWritten in Visual Basic to operate in MS Access Family, allowing customized reporting.
Circuitlink Products • Current Products- Tacholink- Brake Testa- Tint Testa- Air Fuel Testa- Speed Limiters- Idle Limiter- Electronic Fare System- Black Boxes • Products Under Development- On Board Weight System- Gas Analyses
Where the Tacholink is currently sold • South America( Chile , Brazil, Argentina ,Venezuela, Mexico,San Salvador,Ecuador,Colombia) • Middle East(Oman, Saudi Arabia, Syria) • Africa(Nigeria, Algeria, Ethiopia, Kenya,Egypt) • Europe United Kingdom, Scotland, Ireland.Spain • Asia( Indonesia, Hong Kong, Singapore , Thailand, Borneo) • South Pacific ( Australia ,New Zealand,Fiji,Papua new Guinea)
Circuitlink International P/L • ADDRESSUnit 14/35 Foundry Road Seven Hill NSW 2147 SYDNEY AUSTRALIA • PHONE61 02 96241922 • FAX61 02 96241911 • E-MAILCircuitlink@circuitlink.com.au • HOME PAGEwww.circuitlink.com.au