Andon is a manufacturing term referring to a system to notify management, maintenance, and other workers of a quality or process problem. The centerpiece is a device incorporating signal lights to indicate which workstation has the problem. The alert can be activated manually by a worker using a pull cord or button, or may be activated automatically by the production equipment itself. The system may include a means to stop production so the issue can be corrected. Some modern alert systems incorporate audio alarms, text, or other displays.

ANDON Monitoring System 1

Sciengate Automation offers the best solution for Andon system by using wireless and batteryless technology and remote monitoring system to make end user more flexible in future maintenance.

  • Install ANDON where all operators can see and display production progress.
  • Improve unstable performance each operators and stabilize production.

PATLITE Wireless Architecture

Patlite SMART 4.0

Routing Function Automatically Selects Optimum Communication Route

Multi-hop mesh networking allowa the WD System to adapt to various environmental conditions when transmitting data by selecting the best route for radio wave communications. Even if the floor layout of the equipment is altered, data communcations will resume normally.

Zigbee Wireless 2.4Ghz Mesh Networking For Accurate and Reliable Communication

The WD  systems does not require complicated wireless or network settings. The system automatically can continuosly selects the best routes to send data through to ensure stable data transmission.

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Andon Systems are derived from Patlite’s innovative wireless tower light solution. Notification of events can be triggered by manual push buttons or connecting it directly to machines control systems. Our customized software allows tracking of light status, and provides easy notification to relevant parties in the shopfloor via production dashboards.

Reports can be created and send to key personnel as part of the daily production reporting.


  • Improve transparency
    Encourage immediate reaction to quality, down time, and safety problems
  • Increase productivity
    Bring immediate attention to problems as they occur in the manufacturing process.
  • Strengthen flexibility
    Improve accountability of operators by increasing their responsibility for good production and empowering them to take action when problems occur.
  • Reduce downtime
    Improve the ability of supervisors/operators to quickly identify and resolve manufacturing issues.
  • Save costs and time
    Provide a simple and consistent mechanism for communicating information on the plant floor.