ALMEC‘s technology has brought significant improvements and innovations to the composition and operation of its systems designed for waste collection vehicles. Here is an overview of the main components that typically make up these systems:


This wired pushbutton allows for the control of various functions of the waste collection vehicle. It is connected to the master electronic control unit SPN9, SPN6, or SPN6M.


The electronic control units function as the “brain” of the automation system. They manage the information and commands from the wired pushbutton panel and coordinate the operation of the other components in the system.


These electronic control units work in synergy with the master control unit to perform specific functions within the waste collection vehicle.


The radio remote control is a wireless alternative to the wired pushbutton panel ALNW. The radio control allows for remote control of the vehicle’s functions.


This control unit receives signals sent by the transmitting radio control panel ALNWR and transmits them to the master control unit for executing the desired functions.


The operator panel provides a user interface for displaying system status information and interacting with it.


The sensor detects the angle and movement of the lifting arm of the waste collection vehicle to ensure safety during collection and emptying operations.


The modem is connected to the waste collection vehicle and allows for the transmission of data and information about its operation to a dedicated portal developed for the customer on the ALMECdiag Portal platform.


  • Various sensors

ALMEC integrates specialized sensors to monitor and collect data on various variables, such as the waste level in the container, the presence of obstacles, temperature, pressure, etc.


Below is a graphical illustration of a typical system.