The COACH-II, is a new generation of electronic data logging, monitoring and management system for overhead travelling cranes (EOT); adaptable to other types of crane. It is designed to optimize the maintenance with full knowledge of mechanical stress during use. It can be used as a ìflight recorderî tracing the history of all recent movements.

  • Hourly recording on a duration of 25 years of:
    • Upward (ascent), downward (descent), long travel (translatory) and short travel (trolley direction)
    • Number of inching
    • Lifted loads spectrum and overloads
  • Recording of sequences of recent movements (6 months)
  • SWP (Safe Working Period) calculation
  • Display on front color touch screen: (Lifted load, movements, SWP, alarms, temperatures, etc.)
  • Alarm's detection and management (overloads, SWP, etc.) with activation of a relay
  • Detection of wire break of the analog input
  • Protection against overvoltage and reverse polarity at the analog input
  • Coach-II Programming and data retrieval via the USB stick or via Ethernet (option)
  • COACH-II is supplied with the COACH-VIEW (configuration and analysis data by visualizing by means of graphs and tables)
The above description encapsulates the entire product series. Specifications for individual configurations may vary depending on the selection chosen.

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Agency Approvals

  • CE

Environmental Protection

  • IP54
  • IP65

Storage Temperature

  • -15° to 70° C (5° to 158° F)


  • 0.1% of Full Scale


  • 0-10 V - Analog Input
  • 4-20 mA - Analog Input

Power Supply

  • 100-240 Vac
  • 24 Vdc
  • 48 Vac (Option)


  • Ethernet TCP/IP
  • USB


  • 0-10 V - Output Signal
  • 4-20 mA - Output Signal

Relay Output

  • 2 Relays


  • 5.7" Touchscreen Color Display


  • 5A at 240 Vac / 28 Vdc - Breaking Capacity Relays


  • Data Loggers
  • Monitoring
  • Overhead Travelling Cranes (EOT)
  • Overload Controls

Service Temperature

  • 0° to 55° C (32° to 131° F)