The ebright Smart Control System provides a high resolution, 7-inch full color touchscreen, user-friendly visual controls, and real-time diagnostic information. - Photo: Stertil-Koni

The ebright Smart Control System provides a high resolution, 7-inch full color touchscreen, user-friendly visual controls, and real-time diagnostic information.

Photo: Stertil-Koni

Stertil-Koni has announced it has incorporated its advanced, full-color, touch-screen control console, known as the ebright Smart Control System, into the company’s 4-Post platform lifts.

Ongoing use and monitoring of the lift are made even more accessible – placing all critical lifting information directly at the fingertips of the person who needs it most – the busy service technician on the shop floor.

The ebright Smart Control System provides a high resolution, 7-inch full color touchscreen, user-friendly visual controls, real-time diagnostic information, owner configurable options, and all relevant information presented at a glance.

Now available on Stertil-Koni’s 4-Post Lift models ST 4.300 (formerly known as ST 4120), ST 4.500 (formerly known as ST 4175) and ST 4.660 (formerly known as ST 4250), the advanced technology was first introduced in 2015 on the company’s popular mobile column lifts. Subsequently it was rolled out to include battery wired mobile column lifts, as well as the company’s true vertical rise platform Skylift, inground scissor Ecolift, and telescopic piston Diamondlift systems.

Stertil-Koni 4-Post Lifts offer robust lifting capacities, ranging from 30,000 lbs. up to 66,000 lbs., and, when used in tandem, the Model ST 4.660 can easily manage loads of as much as 132,000 lbs. These lifts also utilize dependable hydraulic technology and boast a very low drive-on height – making them ideal for large, low clearance vehicles.

Stertil-Koni President Dr. Jean DellAmore said, “The ebright Smart Control System tracks at a glance specific operations and data while the lift is in motion. In that way, fleet maintenance managers and service technicians can see in real-time the lifting height, observe service alerts or warnings, and monitor the lift’s motor run timer.”