2 Your equipment is: easy to steal + easy to dispose of! Equipment theft rates have reached an all time high, costing construction industry almost $1 billion annually!!Incidents of stolen equipment have increased about 20% every year since 1996!Unlike cars, equipment is relatively easy to “unload” on the used market---making it an attractive product to stealEquipment is commonly left on secluded job sites and quick hot wiring or universal ignition keys help thieves move the equipment quickly
3 Equipment theft statistics (by state and age of vehicle) courtesy www Equipment theft statistics (by state and age of vehicle) courtesy20051. TX2. CA3. FL4. MO5. SC6. NC7. GA8. TN9. IN10. OK%%%%%%%%%%
4 Equipment theft statistics (by vehicle type) Based on 5,105 theft reports submitted to NER in 2005.The top 5 types of equipment account for 78% of all losses.‘Tractor’ is a broad category, including compact, utility and agricultural tractors.The two key factors in the type of equipment most likely to be stolen are value and mobility -the higher the value of an item and the easier it is to transport, the greater the chance of theft.Skid Steer 32%Tractor 16%Backhoe 15%Loader 9%Excavators 6%
5 Theft Compared to Other Risks Theft is by far the largest risk an equipment owner faces---far surpassing:CollisionFire DamageVandalismOther ----*windstorms, hail, water damage, flood, and earthquakesTheft is not only the most frequent loss, but also the risk that a good risk management program can have the greatest effect on reducing. This means that there is a great difference in the level of risk between an equipment owner that takes certain key theft prevention precautions and one that does nothing to protect his equipment.There are simple steps that equipment owners can take to reduce the likelihood of theft and improve the chances of recovery. Installation of a KEYENABLER is one of the simplest, easiest and cost effective theft prevention you and use to protect your equipment
6 Anti-theft protection for ANY equipment All models work on any make, model construction vehicleModels available in keypad, card or fob configurationsWireless relays for 12 or 24VDC vehicles
7 KEYENABLER Keypad or RFID card wireless relay enabler/logger Available with upgradeable basic keypad Model KN105BUpgradeable to external shock/memory (SM) module or internal (IM) for time stamped event logging, impact, engine and speed sensing, RS232 serial portModel KN105B-SM or KN105B-IMCode entry is standard---RFID card reader upgrade is optionalComes with wireless relay or with BOTH wired and wireless relaysOptional Piezo Metal keypad for rugged outdoor or high usage applications
8 START-SMART Outdoor rugged sealed metal keypad systems w/wireless relays Available versions:Model SSO-WWL---BOTH wired and wireless relaysOperation:Good code is enteredWireless relay is immediately enabledStart/Stop engine from keypad button---NO KEYS!Model SSO-WL ---- wireless relay ONLYDriver starts/stops engine from ignition key or lever switchThis simple device can NOT be upgraded to include advanced event logging features. If you want this, refer to KEYTROLLER Model 105Code entry is standard--RFID card reader NOT availablePiezo metallic keypad designed for very rugged usageNO moving partsWeatherproof—waterproof---dust proofVirtually indestructible, highly reliableKit includes:Sealed metal piezo keypadWireless relay (wired relay also included in WWL version)
9 KISS –NO Button Version Keyless Ignition Simple Starter w/wireless relay Includes only wireless relayModel KISS-SWL (Std RFID)Model KISS-HWL (HID RFID)Operation:Operator flashes RFID card over reader in dash LED in dash lights GREEN the wireless relay is automatically enabled. RED if NOT acceptedUse ignition key (or lever switch in place of ignition key) to START/STOP the vehicle.Available with time stamped event logging, impact, engine and speed sensing, RS232 serial portModels KISS-SWLM KISS-HWLMLED Piezo button standard---“Ring” LED piezo optionalKit Includes:LED indicator light for mounting in dashWireless relay (specify 12 or 24 VDC)RFID card reader (specify type)PCB “brain” box
10 KISS –Illuminated Button Version Keyless Ignition Simple Starter w/wireless + wired relays Includes BOTH (w/wireless + wired relays)Model KISS-SLWWL (Std RFID)Model KISS-HLWWL (HID RFID)Operation:Operator flashes RFID card over reader in dash LED in Piezo button lights GREEN, the wireless relay is automatically enabled. RED if NOT acceptedPress button to START/STOP the vehicle. The Ignition Key is EliminatedOR with time stamped event logging, impact, engine and speed sensing, RS232 serial portModels KISS-SLWWLM KISS-HLWWLMLED Piezo button standard---“Ring” LED piezo optionalKit Includes:Piezo START/STOP ignition button (specify type)BOTH Wired and wireless relays (specify 12 or 24 VDC)RFID card reader (specify type)PCB “brain” box
11 KISS –Illuminated Button Version + Genie Card Keyless Ignition Simple Starter w/wireless + wired relaysIncludes BOTH (w/wireless + wired relays)Model KISS-GLWWL (Genie powered RFID card)Operation:Operator walks toward vehicle with Genie card in pocket LED in Piezo button lights GREEN, the wireless relay is automatically enabled. RED if NOT acceptedPress button to START/STOP the vehicle. The Ignition Key is EliminatedNOT available with time stamped logging optionLED Piezo button standard---“Ring” LED piezo optionalKit Includes:Piezo START/STOP ignition button (specify type)BOTH Wired and wireless relays (specify 12 or 24 VDC)Genie Card powered RFID cardPCB “brain” boxCan also be used to automatically lock/unlock doors in delivery vans along with automatically enabling/disabling the ignition system
12 Why use a KEYENABLER. KISS or START-SMART device? Easy theft preventionVehicle can’t be “hot wired” at ignition keyVehicle can NOT be started with another key that works on your vehicleKeeps untrained and unauthorized operators from starting the vehicle(Each operator has is own code/card)NO KEYS!!(Start directly from keypad button)Data on usage of vehicle and code/card expiration (optional)
13 Why a wireless relay? Prevents “hot wiring” theft at ignition key Prevents using a “good” key if not a “good” driverUnsuccessful thieves will give up and move on to easier targetEasy to install in ignition, starter or fuel pump circuitMultiple wireless relays can be used for higher security and enabled by the same deviceCan be ordered in both 12 or 24VDC versionsInexpensive theft PREVENTION for all equipment
14 Wireless Relays Can be installed on ANY vehicle! Available with 12 and 24VDC wireless relaysWireless relay installationWired between ignition circuit and power supplyWired between fuel pump and power supplyWired between starter and power supplyMultiple wireless relays can be installed for higher level of security
15 Easy InstallationWireless relay is installed in ignition, starter or fuel pump circuit preventing start of the vehicle unless it is wirelessly enabled by any of our various anti-theft devices.KEYENABLER, START-SMART and KISS models are wired to vehicle power, FOB and Genie units are battery powered and carried in the operator’s pocket.
16 Eliminate key problems!! Keys can be completely ELIMINATED!Buying system with BOTH wired and wireless relaysBuying wireless relay version and replacing key switch with lever switchSTART button or lever switch will NOT start the vehicle until the wireless relay is first enabled by the keypad!Many pieces of construction equipment can use the SAME key to start the vehicle—many times stolen equipment is not hotwired, simply started with another key that also works with that vehicle. KEYENABLER, START-SMART and KISS units eliminate this easy method of stealing equipment.
17 KEYENABLER Keypad Model KN105B How it works:Keypad is programmed from keypad with programming code---entering 4 digit codes or RFID card (optional) IM or SM models programmed by computer through serial port connection“Good” code or RFID card is entered---keypad LEDs show acceptance and START is pressedWireless signal is sent to wireless relay---enabling itEngine is started/stopped with:Dual relay modelPressing START/STOP button on keypadWireless relay only modelTurning key or lever switch in place of keyEvents art time/date stamped (IM or SM models only) for downloading by computer, CYBERKEY or CYBERWIRE wireless radioAvailable in 12 or 24 volt anti-theft models
18 RFID card reader options Model KNS/H105B S model Standard card readerH model HID-Prox card readerUse your company ID card to enable the device!* It is recommended you send an RFID card to Keytroller to evaluate to insure it works properly with the model you choose**RFID card reading is NOT available with flush mounting option
19 KEYENABLER Keypad Model KN105B-IM OPTIONAL MEMORYIM model has internal real time clock, and serial port for programming/downloadingEvent data that is recordedTimeDateVehicleOperatorStartStopHour meter usage
20 KEYENABLER Keypad Model KN105B-IM Downloading + programmingIM model:From KeypadFrom serial port connection to computerFrom serial port connection to CYBERKEY—memory keyFrom serial port connection to CYBERKEY– wireless radio
21 CYBERKEY Quick Data Transfer System for KEYENABLER Handheld Device—no need for computer connectionIncludes: Red Box, Blue Box and 1028k keyDownloads Logged Data to Memory ChipUpload Clone file to change embedded codes and settingsPlugs into PC/laptop16,000 events recordedEntire fleet downloaded at one time to one key with Blue Box.After download, the lift is cleaned to zero eventsKey returned to PC where Red Box is connected to serial port of PC---log uploaded to KEYSOFT program for filtering and graphingData log can be exported in Access for additional manipulation of data
22 Programming operator codes and settings Downloading event log data Can be done from the keypad, with a laptop, long connection to PC, Cyberkey memory key or Cyberwire wireless connection.IM Model onlyEasy to learn, demo and program with desktop plug in transformer connection
23 CYBERWIRE 2.4ghz Wireless radio Vehicle to host PC communicationBoth download event data and upload new codes and settingsUp to 1000’ range indoors—up to 4000’ outdoorsEthernet “wired” radio mounted within the warehouse can significantly increase rangeEasy set upSearch mode automatic polingWeatherproof design with indicator LEDsSimply plugs into KEYENABLER or KISS serial port---receives power from device
24 KEYSOFT PC SOFTWARE Used on KEYENABLER and KISS devices with memory Programmable features:Sync clock/datePick com portHour meter setting and maintenance limitMaintenance due dateMaintenance grace period (hours or days)Impact threshold X—Y---Duration (Keyenabler)Speed threshold and grace period (Keyenabler)Disable ignition after no movement (minutes)Disable ignition after impact event (seconds)User and vehicle ID set up with expiration dateEvent log, filtering, graphingSeat switch timeout settingOil pressure, water temp disable ignition settingAllow alarms or loggingCreate clone (codes and settings) fileRead, write to and format CyberkeyCyberwire wireless radio settings and IDsFilter and graph event log data
25 Evaluating Event Log Data Keypad model only Event logs can be filtered by time, date, operator, vehicle, event and deleted or exported to Access or Excel for further manipulation
26 ADVANTAGES + DISADVANTAGES KEYPAD/Button vs FOB/Card styles Advantages of keypad model vs FOB/Card stylesEach operator gets his own code or RFID card---keeping untrained and unauthorized operators from starting vehicleDevice stays on the machine---no chance to loose a FOB or CardMultiple configurations---box keypad, flush keypad, double keypad, Illuminated Piezo button, metal outdoor piezo keypadMechanic’s lock out code can easily lock out users, preventing usage of the vehicle.Optional memory provides you with data on operator usage and utilization of the vehicle (Keyenabler and Kiss only)Dual keypads available for multiple controls (like truck cranes—see schematics)Designed for very tough, very abusive applications (like freezers, foundries, etc) Available with impact abuse sensor optionDisadvantages of keypad model vs FOB/Card stylesMore expensiveMust have codes/RFID cards programmed into it
27 ADVANTAGES + DISADVANTAGES FOB/Card vs KEYPAD/Button styles Advantages of FOB/Card models vs KEYPAD/Button stylesLess expensiveAvailable in Genie Card or keychain FOB configurationsSimple easy, theft preventionFOB/Card stays with the operator, no chance of vandalismDisadvantages of FOB/Card models vs KEYPAD/Button stylesIf operator forgets FOB/Card, he can NOT start vehicleAny operator with a “trained” FOB/Card can start vehicle irregardless of whether the operator is trained or notOnly 4 FOBS/Cards can be “trained” into each wireless relayThere is NO event logging available
28 GENIE CARD Battery powered RFID card Model GENIE-LV/MV Motion activated card--carried in operator’s pocket or walletWalking to within range automatically activates wireless relayAfter wireless relay is activated, you start engine with key or lever switchUp to 4 different GENIE cards can be “trained” into each wireless relayCard will “sleep” if it feels NO motion, saving battery life2 batteries included in each card1 for powering card1 for reserveBatteries last 4-6 months
29 Keychain FOB Model FOB-LV FOB carried in operator’s pocket or walletWalking to within range press FOB button activates wireless relayAfter wireless relay is activated, you can start engine with key or lever switchUp to 4 different fobs can be “trained” into each wireless relayOnly available with 12VDC wireless relayInexpensive protection from theftKit includes:1) FOB (battery powered)1) Wireless 12VDC wireless relay
30 Easy Theft Prevention!Stopping thieves from “hot wiring” or starting your equipment with a common key will force them to:Look for an easier targetPrevents “joyriding” and vandalismPiece of mind knowing your equipment is protected!CHOOSE KEYTROLLER Anti-theft devicesTHE EASY WAY TO PROTECTYOUR FLEET!
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32 KEYTROLLER, LLC. The Company Full line of award winningequipment safety devicesOver 400 equipment dealers forlocal representation and supportOEM installation of devices availableOver 10,000 devices installed in the fieldAll models designed to install on any gas, dieselor electric powered vehiclesKeytroller devices designed in houseManufactured and/or distributed from Tampa, Fla