NoPileups System Testing

Test E-Stop Function & Hopped Roller Detection

Before you start

Hopped rollers and stalled vehicles in the area covered by the final exit camera will not cause the wash to stop unless a second car is less than six feet away.

To ensure NoPileups will detect a hopped roller on a specific camera:

  1. Confirm that Autostop is Enabled.
  2. Send a test car through the wash and apply the brake to hop a roller within the view of the camera.
    • When NoPileups stops the wash, drive the car back onto the roller it hopped and restart the wash.
    • If the system does not stop, continue to apply the brake and hop an additional roller.

If NoPileups does not perform as desired on a camera or the wash stops momentarily before restarting automatically, make note of the incident and/or status of any conveyor overrides and contact the NoPileups Service Team.

Important!

When testing the stop function on all cameras, make sure the test car moves at least 10 feet down tunnel between stop tests. Distances less than 10 feet may prevent the system from stopping as expected.

Test the 4-Button Remote Function

To ensure the 4-Button Remote is functional:

  1. Confirm that Autostop is Enabled.
  2. Press the Pause button on the 4-Button Remote.
  3. Confirm that Autostop is Disabled.
  4. Press the Pause button on the 4-Button Remote.
  5. Confirm that Autostop is Enabled.

If the system Autostop status does not change after pressing the Pause button, turn the Display Interface off and on. If problems persist, contact the NoPileups Service Team.

Testing Schedule

NoPileups recommends that e-stop function, 4-Button Remote function, and hopped roller detection tests be performed on all cameras on a monthly basis.

Discover something during testing?

Report your findings to the NoPileups Service Team by email at support@nopileups.com, or call (833)-667-4538.

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