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Mast Height Sensor?
  • LarryM
  • Delaware, United States
We are looking for a good (reliable) sensor or method for detecting the height of the mast (or forks) on a forklift. This would be used as input to a system keeping track of what level or rack shelf is being used by a truck for pick up or putaway. Anyone know of any commercial sensor for this or see this done before?

Larry at SKy-Trax Inc: Taking the "WHERE?" out of the warehouse
  • Posted 4 Feb 2005 07:32 AM
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  • bill_w
  • New York, United States
Dear Larry,
Many different lift mfg. companies do offer
machines,with digital type,fork height indicators,as [url removed]'m not sure
what class of machines you have,but the
technology does indeed [url removed] for instance you have a Class II elec. machine
(single,dbbl reach) or counterbalanced end
control type,I would contact your area dealer about a retro fit option(if avail.)
for your particular [url removed],if you are considering upgrading your fleet with new
machines,this is a good time to discuss your equipment options,it terms of digital
fork height [url removed] fact with many
newer generation machines,you can also
purchase an upgrade on your truck,that will
not only provide digital fork height readouts,the truck can be programmed to
automatically stop,at pre-programmed [url removed] terms of a retrofit option for your
exsisting fleet,I strongly recommend you
work with your local authorized dealer,for
[url removed] is crucial to have your local factory authorized dealer,communicate directly with your truck [url removed] options
[url removed] do not recommend making any upgrades to an industrial truck,without
review and approval by the truck [url removed]
local dealer sales,or service [url removed] be
able to provide you with an on site assesment of your [url removed] let me
know how this works out for you Larry.
Best Regards,
Bill [url removed]
Industrial Truck Solutions

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  • Posted 11 Feb 2005 04:13 AM
Larry there is an attachment called AUTOMATIC LIFT SYSTEM which you can use. You can program up to three levels both lifting and lowering

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  • Posted 11 Feb 2005 11:23 AM
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