Multiple Pads / Multiple Vehicles - Hit Not
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  • There is no limit to the total number of vehicles or PADs used within a facility.


  • Any number of PADs can be used within a facility with no conflict. Each pedestrian will be individually warned about any threat to themselves, as if no other PADs were in the facility.


  • Multiple vehicles can be operated within a work area without conflict. However, if more than five fork trucks are within 50 feet of a PAD, warnings on the fork truck operators may begin to delay.


  • An operator in each of the multiple trucks will be warned by any PAD that is in the truck’s warning or danger zone, even if the PADs are in another truck’s or danger zone.


  • Each pedestrian will be given an alarm if in the warning or danger zone of one or more trucks. When a pedestrian is in both the warning and danger zones, they will be given the more intense danger alarm.


  • If Collisiance Avoidance is being used, warnings will be given as explained in other sections.