View-on-forks camera system for counterbalance forklift truck.
With the View-on-forks system, the camera is mounted on or under the fork carriage. This system gives the driver a clear view of the forks or other attachments, so that the truck can be positioned optimally. This allows goods to be picked up or put down correctly on the first attempt. The View-on-forks system is suitable for reach trucks, counterbalance trucks and side loaders. The camera system is also suitable for other attachments. It can be used on equipment such as rotators, paper roll clamps and roll prongs.
The View-on-forks system allows the driver to see on the monitor an optimal view along the fork. This allows correct positioning, without making the fork wider. The robust monitor comes with a fully adjustable clamp bracket that is mounted on the forklift guardrail.
View on the forks set (3-stage mast)
Poor visibility around forklifts is one of the most common causes of accidents in the workplace. The cause is often poor visibility. When a forklift truck is carrying a load, the front area is completely obscured, which creates a number of blind spots. Fitting cameras to a forklift increases safety by giving the driver direct visibility of the floor in front of the truck. Cameras provide a clear view of obstacles and of areas that would otherwise be blind spots, helping to prevent accidents.
The ergonomically positioned monitor allows drivers to adopt a natural viewing position, which means they no longer have to look up at an awkward angle. The image on the monitor gives the driver a clear view from the fork. This relieves strain on the neck and shoulder muscles, reducing absence caused by sickness and increasing productivity.
ForkView consists of a camera, a monitor and a dynamic cable. The entire camera system is waterproof, shockproof and works in the most extreme temperatures (-40°C to +85°C). ForkView is therefore suitable for the most demanding of conditions, such as in cold stores.
Work twice as fast
A camera system gives drivers a better view, which saves time and increases productivity. A driver can work twice as fast using ForkView as without a camera system. The camera system therefore quickly pays for itself by reducing damage and increasing efficiency and driver comfort.