SIS4000 SHAFT
COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

The SIS4000 is the latest generation shaft inspection system from GST, based on common principles from the advanced CCS3000 System and using modern synthesised frequency.

  • Ideal for shaft Inspections
  • Provides shaft communications, belling and emergency stop
  • High power, high quality analogue audio channel (1.5W)
  • Ease of installation and maintenance with the new wideband omni-coupler antenna design
  • Synthesised system: no coil/cap/crystal changes
  • Software driven (flash PIC’s used throughout for easy updating/modification of software)
  • Relays for Belling/Carrier /Bell follower relays are rail-mounted
  • Lock-bell function
  • Can interface with IC4001 Intercom System (Optional Rail mounted interface module and 2 pin socket) 
  • Glass fibre reinforced polyester with added graphite
  • IP66 Rated enclosures
  • SMD method of assembly
  • PCB’s have been conformal coated
  • Standard components used throughout

SMS4000

The SMS4000 Analog Shaft Monitoring System is used to monitor the digital inputs on a conveyance in a shaft. Digital inputs are useful to monitor whether cage doors are fully closed and whether poles are in place when conveying material cars. The system is also frequently used as a derailment tripping device on conveyances used in decline shafts.

  • The system can be used on material carriages to monitor the presence of poles, status of doors etc..
  • System can be used as a derailment tripping device to monitor carriages in a decline shaft.
  • No dead-spots in the shaft.
  • The system is very compact and consists of a Transmitter/Battery Enclosure, Monitor/Receiver, optional PSU/UPS and Coupler.
  • Ten frequencies (channels) available.
  • Low output power (into the coupler) of only 50mW.
  • Low current consumption.
  • 4 digital inputs to monitor doors, booms, derailment etc.
  • Relay output indication.

580 kHz – 1418kHz Frequency Range

Digital Inputs

4

Digital Relay Outputs

4

Relay Outputs (Carrier Relay)

1

LED Indications (RSSI, Battery Status, Relay Output Status)

SMS3000

The SMS3000 Analog Shaft Monitoring System is used to monitor the weight of a conveyance in a shaft. Trip points are set in the monitor on surface to stop the winder engine when slack and tight rope conditions occur.
  • The system can be used on man-cages to prevent overloading and as a safety device for slack and tight rope.
  • When used on a skip, the tonnage can be recorded (by mine supplied system) to monitor the total amount of ore hoisted.
  • No dead-spots in the shaft.
  • The system is very compact and consists of a Transmitter/Battery Enclosure, Monitor/Receiver, optional PSU/UPS and L-Coupler antenna.
  • Ten frequencies (channels) available.
  • Low output power (into the coupler) of only 50mW.
  • Low current consumption.
  • 1 digital input to minitor doors, booms etc.
  • A 4-20 mA optically isolated output.
  • Slack, tight,carrier and digital output relays.
  • Mass follower mode (enabled / disabled in firmware).

580 kHz – 1418kHz Frequency Range

A 4-20 mA optically isolated output.

Digital Inputs

1

Relay Outputs

4

Display Functions (Tonnage)

1

CBS3000

The CBS3000 is an inductive charging system designed for use on battery operated shaft conveyance communication systems that requires batteries that will typically last 7 days after which the batteries are replaced with fully charged units. The objective of the CBS3000 is to keep the charge in the sealed lead acid battery at an adequate level to eliminate weekly battery exchanges.
  • No physical contact between fixed and moving coils (inductive technology).
  • No mechanically wearing components.
  • 3-Stage charging for optimal battery life and protection.
  • IP68 rating.
  • 12V charging system.
  • Ease of installation.
  • The system reduces maintenance and operational downtime.
  • Smaller capacity can be used. No mechanical wear and tear.

3-Stage Charger

IP68

Power Supply

90V – 305V

Output Current (Stage 1: Bulk)

7A

Output Voltage (Stage 2: Absorption)

13,2V

Output Voltage (Stage 3: Float)

13,6V