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greenBOX Unboxed i4: Accessing greenBOX User Interface on Desktop or Tablet


Users can open multiple browser tabs to monitor different aspects of the system—be it the dashboard with comprehensive system data, specific system setups, workstation views, or detailed VFD analytics—allowing them to switch seamlessly



Remote Access to the greenBOX Done Well


The greenBOX control system is a state-of-the-art, on-demand dust collection system featuring its own powerful web server with Ecogate user interface application. Users can connect to it remotely via any web-enabled device—PCs, Macs, Linux systems, tablets, or smartphones—without the hassle of additional software installations.



Seamless Remote Connectivity


Connecting to the greenBOX is as simple as entering its IP address in a browser such as Firefox, Chrome, or Safari. This access method is not only user-friendly but also eliminates the need for extra downloads, making the system highly accessible.



Intuitive User Interface


Our latest user interface, built using React—the world’s leading front-end framework—offers an experience on par with top technology products. Its intuitive design makes navigation as simple as using a smartphone. Additionally, real-time animations for gates and live updates on power, velocities, and pressure are smoothly delivered via modern WebSockets, ensuring efficient two-way communication without needing to refresh the connection.



Some Examples of Using a Browser for Remote Access to greenBOX Control Units




1. Collaborative Access

Similar to Google Documents, multiple users can access and interact with the greenBOX simultaneously, ensuring that all changes sync across both remote and local users.


2. Multi-Tab Flexibility

Users can open multiple browser tabs to monitor different aspects of the system—be it the dashboard with comprehensive system data, specific system setups, workstation views, or detailed VFD status—allowing them to switch seamlessly between tabs to find needed information.


3. Optimized Display for Large Screens

On larger desktop computer screens, users can display multiple browser windows side by side for a panoramic view of operations without needing to toggle between views.


4. Public Display Solutions

Utilizing large format TVs and cost-effective LAN-connected PCs, like the Intel NUC, the factory can publicly display critical operational data from greenBOX such as active workstations, system utilization, and energy savings to share important information about production.



Conclusion


The greenBOX control system with its built-in web server is a game-changer for dust collecting systems. Its remote connectivity, real-time monitoring, event notifications and alerts, data logging and reporting, security, and scalability make it an indispensable tool for businesses looking to improve their dust collection efficiency and optimize their operations.




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