The BM FlexCheck is designed to collect all data from the vehicle inspection process and store this data in central databases for further processing.
The system features a long range of options, that allows for a customized processing.
Electronic test equipment can be connected to BM FlexCheck via Bluetooth.
Collecting and processing vehicle inspection data.
Testing of all types of vehicles.
Data is collected using Windows or Android phone or tablet units using wireless transmission (WLAN or Bluetooth).
Data is transferred from the test equipment via the handheld unit and automatically sent to and stored on the test lane PC.
Data from visual inspection is entered in to the handheld unit and also stored on the test lane PC.
Inspection reports are printed from the test lane PC including PASS/FAIL evaluation.
The PASS/FAIL criteria is adapted to local rules and legislation.
Data exchange and integration between inspection centres and 3rd party databases.
Integration with government controlled vehicle databases.
Integration with the ERP system of the vehicle inspection company.
All-in-one network solution.
Vehicle inspection centres are linked through a national database with all data from all stations within the network.
Inspection results from one station can be downloaded by another station.
Virtual inspection lanes can easily be implemeted where several lanes share only one piece of test equipment.
Online booking module.
Online maintenance and updates.
Flexible lane design and layout.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS, PC
– Intel Core i3 or higher
– Minimum 2GB Ram
– Minimum 2GB free hard disk space
– 17” monitor or higher (min. 1280 x 1024 screen resolution)
– CD-Rom/DVD drive (optional)
– 1 COM port (RS232) or Moxa unit (for communication with the brake tester)
– Network card 10/100
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS, OS
– BM FlexCheck version 2.x is supported in Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10 (all OS can be 32 or 64bit)
– BM FlexCheck version 3.x is supported in Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10 (all OS can be 32 or 64bit)
– BM FlexCheck version 4.x is supported in Windows 7, 8 and 10 (all OS can be 32 or 64bit)
With handheld units remote control and display are available from inside the vehicle.
Can be connected to equipment of different make and model which ensures competitive purchase prices.
No expensive cabling between equipment and the test lane PC.
The handheld unit can be used to operate the full test line, which means that only one handheld unit is required.
The handheld unit makes the test procedure and data flow transparent for the inspector, which reduces both risk of errors and the need for initial training and education of staff.