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Oxford Smart Monitor

On-Board Diagnostic Control System

The intelligent Oxford Smart Monitor control system is a state-of-the-art, on-board diagnostic tool. It provides invaluable operational and service related data about the Oxford Lift. The recordings of operational data has a precision unrivalled in the market place today.

Additionally, the system advises the user to schedule key maintenance routines. Therefore, helping to ensure your lift is kept in optimum condition. As well as, maintaining the lifts safety and extending its service life.

Furthermore, it is individually programmed to your lift. The intelligent Smart Monitor records the exact amount of work completed by the actuator, each and every time the lift is used. The software’s unique algorithm converts this data to display one of the industry’s most accurate lift cycle counts, via the on-board LCD screen.

So, What is a Full Lift Cycle?

There is much debate and confusion surrounding this topic. The Oxford Smart Monitor only records a lift cycle when the lift’s actuator has accumulated the precise amount of work necessary for one complete lift (a full up and down actuation) at maximum safe working load. This unique level of accuracy ensures Oxford Patient Lifts benefit from significantly longer service lives and your facility benefits from reduced lifetime costs.

The Oxford Smart Monitor is compatible and retro-fitable to Oxford mobile patient lifts, fitted with a Linak actuator.

Main Features of the Oxford Smart Monitor:

  • Precision lift cycle counter
  • Lift overload detection and prevention
  • Service interval count-down
  • Battery level indicator
  • Downloads
  • More Information
Smart Monitor User Manual View
Smart Monitor Brochure View

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