Pacific Hoists announces the inclusion of JDN air hoists in the QR Code Program.
Hereon, all JDN air hoists will feature codes that allow the user to access the JDN information database for specifications, drawings and instruction manuals.
Pacific Hoists had launched the QR Code Program in October last year for products such as Hitachi electric chain hoists, Pacific Kylan-coated winches and the new Pacific rigging clamps and trolleys range.
QR Code, short for Quick Response Code consists of black modules arranged in a square pattern on a white background. Each code is unique and contains a wide range of information, which can be decoded through a QR Code Reading app on a smartphone. Downloaded from the App Store, the app is used to scan the code through the phone’s camera, following which the information is decoded automatically.
QR Code Reader programs include Optiscan, RedLaser and Telstra Code Reader.
Users can access specifications, technical drawings and instruction manuals using the QR Code on the product in a quick and environment-friendly manner. The information can be saved on the smartphone or accessed again by re-scanning the code.
According to CEO Richard Crake, Pacific Hoists is expanding the QR Code Program to their entire product range to provide extra value to end-users.