Kenosha, WI – Snap-on Industrial’s Level 5™ Automated Tool Control (ATC) toolbox can now be powered by on-board rechargeable batteries, freeing it from a power cord to make the box more mobile. The Snap-on Level 5 ATC uses digital imaging technology and proprietary software to monitor and track tools as they are removed and returned – all in real time. With this new design of using rechargeable batteries, the Level 5 ATC and be moved closer to where the work is being performed. Six rechargeable, interchangeable batteries provide up to 16 hours of battery life, enough for two shifts, and the batteries can be fully recharged in three and a half hours using the ATC’s internal charging system when the box is plugged into an AC outlet. A hot-swappable feature allows a technician to replace an existing battery with a fully charged one without affecting productivity. The Level 5 ATC monitors battery life, and informs the technician when batteries are low on power through both a visual and audible alert.
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