Software Program Networks Metal Detectors from Multiple Locations to a Central Computer

Dec. 22, 2008
Mettler Toledo Safeline introduces Explorer

Mettler Toledo Safeline introduces Explorer, a software program designed to network Safeline metal detectors from multiple locations to a central computer. The program provides secure, real-time operating status from every metal detector in the network from anywhere in the world.

Safeline’s Explorer software has a user-friendly, intuitive graphic interface and operates on a standard TCP/IP network. Its communication is bi-directional, allowing managers to change parameters on individual detectors on the network, as well as receive critical, real-time information such as reject counts, detector on-line status, power failures and network instability. 

While Explorer has built-in event and trend analysis reports, managers can create customized reports and customized alerts which can be sent by email, cell phone, pager or any other SMTP-compatible device.

All data is automatically compiled and logged and is exportable into any ODBC compliant application, such as Microsoft Access and Excel or Crystal Reports. The software is also compatible with other existing corporate audit systems.