The Sturtevant Richmont Global 400 performs as a station dedicated process controller that organizes, directs workers, tools, and tasks. The Sturtevant Richmont Global 400 also brings a powerful networking capability not previously available in the Global 8 and the Global 100 series.
The Sturtevant Richmont Global 400 performs as a station dedicated process controller that organizes, directs workers, tools, and tasks.
Tools are learned into a tools bank. These tools may then be paired with a parameter set that can be used individually or combined into groups and/or jobs.
When tools are organized into groups, up to four torque tools and four holding tools can operate simultaneously or in any order. The Sturtevant Richmont Global 400 indexes to the next step in the job after all four tool tasks are complete.
The Sturtevant Richmont Global 400 has two separate event logs. The memory capacity for network events, including power up and password changes are 20,000 events. The capacity for logging torque events is 10,000. Data can be exported in csv. format.
All reporting includes date/time stamped torque event results plus the unit of measure, attribute/actual torque value (depending on tool capability), job number, product ID, unit number, event number etc. Reporting is completely configurable with The Sturtevant Richmont Global 400 Manager Software.
**Holding tools: Some torque applications (especially with hydraulic connections are best done using two tools. A torque wrench is used to tighten the fastener and the other wrench is used to hold the mate so the fastener can be fastened.Purchase the Sturtevant Richmont Global 400 Wireless Error Proofing System
The Sturtevant Richmont Global 400 works with:
The tools and controller broadcast in our proprietary code within 12 channels at 2.4 GHz. The tool and controller distance is recommended to be not more than 15 meters. Brick walls, steel beams, welders, autonomous vehicles, and other environmental factors can impact the WiFi broadcast. To ensure robust radio contact, we created a radio noise analyzer and added it to The Sturtevant Richmont Global 400. You always want to keep all of the tools in a controller on the same channel. That said, one controller may be operating on Channel 6 and the controller in the next station may be on Channel 10.