Put Your Congregation’s Safety First by Securing Rigging

by | Audio, Gear, Lighting, Production

What could be more important than the safety of your congregation, not to mention safeguarding the infrastructure of your Church. We are often not aware of the inherent hazards sitting right on top of our heads when heavy light and sound equipment is suspended above us.  Unpredictable load distribution can cause dangerous overload which needs to be prevented at all cost.

Eilon Engineering, with 4 decades of expertise developing smart and simple load monitoring and overload prevention systems has released the Ron StageMasterTM  wireless multi-point load monitoring & overload prevention system.

Load cells transmit via radio frequency to a portable Bluetooth-compatible receiver (App downloads to tablet/ phone *). The plug & play system provides real-time monitoring of load cells up to 450 ft. from loading point – from a single screen and any location. This system eliminates messy cabling and lengthy setup and has a unique battery life provides up to 5,000 hours of continuous monitoring.

The more hanging points with a load cell installed – the safer the entire installation.  But you can still start off small and expand over time. We have starter kits with just 4 load cells, mini-kits with 8, and the ideal for maximum safety is to reach a load cell on each and every hanging point.

The system has an extremely short response time, and monitors up to 200 load cells per second.

The software makes it easy to pinpoint motors and loads so the rigger can immediately identify the location of a potential overload and take swift preventative action.

For more information go to https://www.eilon-engineering.com/.

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