Danfoss to introduce remote service passes

By Catrin Jones09 November 2022

Danfoss Power Solutions, a global supplier of mobile and industrial hydraulics as well as electric powertrain systems, has introduced remote service passes for its PLUS+1 CS10 wireless gateway.

(Photo: Danfoss Power Solutions)

The company says that remote service passes allow machine technicians to connect remotely to a machine with a CS10 device installed to monitor machine behavior, debug, and update firmware over the air.

CS10 remote service passes enable technicians to monitor changes in equipment or operation and set alert triggers to notify stakeholders when a change is detected says Danfoss Power Solutions. The passes also are said to enable debugging which allows technicians to access the machines CAN data bus over a remote connection to diagnose issues. 

“Our CS10 wireless gateway together with the remote service passes is an easy, inexpensive solution to digitalize mobile machines,” said Andrej Lawaetz Bendtsen, head of connectivity at Danfoss Power Solutions.

“The remote service passes offer a fast and flexible entry point for remote machine servicing, helping OEMs and fleet managers experience the benefits of machine connectivity.”

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