Add two-way communication and operator guidance capabilities anywhere you need it using the Direct Select™ wireless operator interface. This versatile device combines a three-digit display, high-visibility status indication, and multiple input controls in one battery-powered device. Users can send and receive information, direct actions, track performance, and monitor equipment from a convenient location.
The Direct Select™ makes it easy to communicate the critical information staff need to quickly complete tasks. This versatile operator interface can be used to send and receive requests, acknowledgements, and alerts, as well as provide quantity details, direct staff to a specific location, guide operators through a process, track performance, monitor assets and more.
The autonomous wireless design of the Direct Select makes it easy to add an operator interface to any asset, machine, or piece of equipment. Use it as a panel meter for local monitoring of asset conditions. Communicate with operators on mobile equipment. Turn any cart into a mobile picking station. You can even use it as a handheld device so staff can communicate important information when they are away from their workstations.
Monitor multiple machines, workstations, or processes with a single Direct Select operator interface. The multicolor indicator provides high-visibility alerts and status information for each event. The LCD screen indicates the location of the event. The system can even be configured to prioritize events so users can resolve the most critical issues first.
Simplify complex processes using the Direct Select. The eight-color indicator and LCD display provide location and quantity information at each step. Communicate adjustments in quantity and other changes with the tactile buttons. Use the touch button to send confirmations and alerts.
The Direct Select communicates over a robust Sure Cross® wireless network and is powered by a lithium battery. Users can quickly deploy one or many operator interfaces without the time, hassle, and expense of adding or altering wired infrastructure to connect and power devices.