HortiMaX Fixed Terminal
Fixed terminal for flexible input
HortiMaX has developed a robust input terminal for its labour and harvest registration systems (i.e. HortiMaX P-Plus and Productive).
Fixed input terminals with removable terminals allow workers to quickly reach an input terminal after completing an activity (e.g. harvesting). Another benefit of this type of terminal is that you need fewer terminals than terminal holders. The terminal holders are designed to recharge the terminals and enable data communication via your network. Each terminal is easy to remove from a terminal holder and can be conveniently carried to the next holder as the worker harvests a row of plants. We do, hower, recommend placing a terminal in each holder for labour-intensive crops, such as tomatoes and cucumbers, to ensure the most efficient use of the labour and harvest registration system.
A terminal is placed in a holder prior to use. Workers enter data by operating a terminal’s numerical keypad or using RFID tags. The clear display shows the required input questions in the native language of the worker. The icons on the keypad make it a breeze to enter work activities. Practical experience has shown that workers have little difficulty learning the various input methods, ensuring data entry is both fast and efficient.
For more information on our labour and harvest registration systems, click on one of the links below:
Click here to download the HortiMaX Productive leaflet.
To learn more about any of these products, you can also contact us (phone: +31 (0)15 – 362 03 00) or one of our dealers in your area.
- Robust terminal and terminal holder
- Simple to operate and input work activities thanks to clear display and icons
- Portable and easy to carry around
- Integrated RFID aerial for automatically inputting workers, activities or crops
- Integrated support for peripheral equipment, such as RFID aerials and photo cells, enabling automatic data input
Wireless terminals: The perfect solution for PowerGrow
PowerGrow is a company which was set up 18 months ago near the Dutch town of Aalsmeer. The company, which is a member of the Rainbow Group, grows 27 acres of sweet peppers. One of the revolutionary new systems to be installed at PowerGrow is the P-Plus system with wireless terminals for labour and harvest registration.