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- We had a power surge, and my Hale is not coming back online. What do I do?
If you experience a power surge, and were not using a power surge protector, you may need to find a new electrical outlet to plug your device in. If you still experience issues after plugging the Hale into a new outlet, please contact Support.
- Do I need to pay more for the Kahi Hale cellular-based gateways? Do I need a new SIM card or data plan?
There are no additional plans or cards or data that you need to worry about. No price increases, nothing to add to your personal/business cell plans, nothing!
- What do I use to power the Kahi Hale?
Clients will be provided with a standard USB-C power cord to use with the Kahi Hale.
- Does the Kahi Hale have a CAT5 port, similar to the older models?
Because it is cellular-based, it does not have a CAT5 port. It requires power, using the USB-C adapter.
- Can I use this in my truck/semi instead of a Raven? Can I use the Kahi Hale for off-site storage or long-term job locations?
The Kahi Hale gateway will (eventually) have three separate uses. For now, we are focussing on using them for warehouse gateways, but eventually, we will be utilizing them for vehicle and remote job sites. More to come on that as we get there - one step/use at a time!
- Where can I buy more Kahi Hale units for my company?
You can purchase the Kahi Hale through our store. You only need one per location!
- Can I set up the Kahi Hale in my office, then move it later to our warehouse?
This shouldn't cause any issue unless you have connectivity at your desk/office, but not in the warehouse. Ideally, it is best to do it all together/at once, but it shouldn't hurt the unit.
- What is the radius for the Kahi Hale's pickup ability?
The Hale does not have a static radius that we can definitively confirm. It depends on a number of factors, including obstructions (materials/thickness), other electro-magnetic interference, and similar. A guess would be about 500ft. We suggest ensuring the device is in a clear area, perhaps installed near windows/doors to ensure high cellular connectivity.
- What do the LED indicators mean?
There are three indicator lights on the Kahi Hale:
Charge: This light is only on while it is charging
GPS: This light indicates GPS connectivity
Cloud: This light indicates cellular and cloud connectivity