How To Connect The Crusher Wireless To Your Tv

by John Sanderson
How To Connect The Crusher Wireless To Your Tv

Crusher Wireless is a specific type of wireless technology that is commonly used in mining operations. It is often referred to as “crusher comm” or “mining comm” and operates on a private radio frequency, separate from the Wi-Fi spectrum. Due to its use in mining, this wireless system might seem like it’s only useful underground. But that’s not the case! There are many advantages to using crusher wireless in your business, no matter where you operate your mining operation. In fact, there are several different ways that you can implement crusher wireless into your business if you have the necessary equipment. Whether you’re just getting started with a new mining operation or want to expand an existing setup, this article will outline everything you need to know about connecting the crusher wireless.

How To Connect The Crusher Wireless To Your Tv?

  • Connect the power cord to the power adapter and connect the adapter to a wall outlet.
  • Connect the blue USB cable to your computer, then connect it to the USB output port on your TV.
  • Connect the other end of the USB cable to the USB input port on your wireless router.
  • Turn on your TV and computer, and then turn on your wireless router. It will take a few minutes for all devices to establish connections with each other.
  • Check that you can access Netflix, Hulu Plus, or Amazon Prime Video through your TV with Google Chromecast built-in device by pressing the “Cast” button on the remote control or using a mobile device’s browser (Chrome/Firefox) connected to Chromecast built-in devices such as Android smartphones or tablets, Apple iOS devices and Windows computer with Chrome browser installed; otherwise try unplugging and plugging back in both devices at least once if not possible to access Netflix, Hulu Plus or Amazon Prime Video through your TV.
  • If you don’t see the Netflix, Hulu Plus, or Amazon Prime Video video in the app, you can use a mobile device’s browser (Chrome/Firefox) to navigate to the Chromecast built-in device’s Settings page, select the “Devices” tab and then select your Chromecast built-in device; click “Change Device Name” button, enter a name for your wireless router and click “Done.”
  • After you have changed the name of your wireless router in the settings of the Chromecast built-in device, try accessing Netflix, Hulu Plus, or Amazon Prime Video through your TV again by pressing the “Cast” button on the remote control or using a mobile device connected to Chromecast built-in devices such as Android smartphones or tablets and Apple iOS devices; otherwise try unplugging and plugging back in both devices at least once if not possible to access Netflix, Hulu Plus or Amazon Prime Video through your TV.
  • If you are still not able to access Netflix, Hulu Plus, or Amazon Prime Video through your TV, try unplugging and plugging back in both devices at least once if not possible to access Netflix, Hulu Plus, or Amazon Prime Video through your TV.
  • If you are still not able to access Netflix, Hulu Plus, or Amazon Prime Video through your TV after doing steps 1-8 above, please contact our customer service team by e-mail at [email protected]

What Is Crusher Wireless?

Crusher wireless is a type of wireless technology that is often used in mining operations. It is commonly referred to as “crusher comm” or “mining comm” and operates on a private radio frequency, separate from the Wi-Fi spectrum. Crusher Wireless is a piece of mining equipment that is installed at the crusher site to achieve a single-wireless environment. This means that all of the mine-site operations can be monitored with a single wireless connection and no cabling. Crusher wireless works on a private radio frequency, separate from the Wi-Fi spectrum. This separation means that the communication on the Wi-Fi spectrum will not interfere with the communication on the crusher wireless system.

How Does Crusher Wireless Work?

  1. The crusher wireless system is installed in the crusher. It is connected to the crusher and the control panel.
  2. The control panel contains a modem and a router. The router connects to the Internet and allows for remote access to the system settings and monitoring of equipment status via a web browser interface.
  3. The modem connects directly to the Internet without any other network devices or cables between it and the customers’ computers, routers, etc.
  4. Crusher Wireless communicates with all of the equipment onsite that has a serial port (e.g., computers, drill heads, etc.). This means that all equipment connected to serial ports can be monitored remotely via a web browser interface on any computer with an Internet connection (e.g., at home).
  5. The crusher wireless system is also equipped with a GPS receiver. This means that the crusher wireless system can be used to monitor the location of the equipment onsite. For example, if a drill head fails, it can be located and fixed remotely via the Internet.
  6. The modem connects directly to the Internet without any other network devices or cables between it and the customers’ computers, routers, etc.
  7. The modem connects directly to the Internet without any other network devices or cables between it and the customers’ computers, routers, etc.
  8. The crusher wireless system is installed in the crusher. It is connected to the crusher and the control panel.
  9. The control panel contains a modem and a router. The router connects to the Internet and allows for remote access to the system settings and monitoring of equipment status via a web browser interface.
  10. The modem connects directly to the Internet without any other network devices or cables between it and the customers’ computers, routers, etc.

Types Of Crusher Wireless Systems

  • A single-line system is no longer being used in the mining industry. This type of system is typically installed at a mine site and consists of one transmitter and receiver unit.
  • A multi-line system will consist of multiple transmitter and receiver units that are used to provide coverage for a mine site or a group of mines.
  • A hybrid system will use both single-line and multi-line systems to provide coverage for a mining operation.
  • A multi-site system will provide coverage for multiple mining operations.
  • A wireless backhaul system will be used to transfer information from the transmitter to a central location and then communicate with the receiver unit located at the mine site.
  • A wireless power system will be used to provide electricity to the receiver unit that is located at the mine site.
  • A wireless data system will be used to provide a digital connection between the transmitter and receiver units that are located at the mine site.
  • A wireless internet system will be used to provide internet connectivity to the transmitter and receiver units that are located at the mine site.
  • A radio system will be used to provide a wireless connection for communication between the transmitter and receiver units that are located at the mine site.
  • A radio-based system is used to provide communication between the transmitter and receiver units that are located at the mine site.

Wrapping Up

Crusher wireless is a type of wireless technology that is commonly used in mining operations. It is often referred to as “crusher comm” or “mining comm” and operates on a private radio frequency, separate from the Wi-Fi spectrum. When using crusher wireless, the system is connected to the computer or other system through an access point. When installing a crusher wireless system, you need to select a wireless system and determine where the access point will be installed.