Industrial Remote Control Systems for Crane Service

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In the past two decades the industrial remote control technology has evolved many times to its perfection. Almost all companies and corporation now heavily rely on Virtual wireless remote controls and networks and the uses of industrial remote access for remotely accessing their huge machines easily on outside their premises. Employees however are blessed with this technology as they can now work safely and easily. However, now the utilizations of remote control increase the safety and security.

Radio remote controlled Service Cranes are greatly increase jobsite safety by providing the operator the safest vantage point for tank delivery. This is one man control that eliminates a second person instructing the operator where to position the tank. Basically industrial remote control systems have the freedom of movement around entire worksite while setting tank precisely into position.

Handheld transmitter:

Now handheld transmitters also are available with up to twelve crane control buttons as specified by industrial automation. The rechargeable transmitter delivers 30 hrs of continuous use between charges. And the optional 'Enable' button requires two deliberate steps before signal is sent (Enable plus command signal).

Equipment Mounted Receiver/Controller:

This is up to twelve pre-programmed high-side outputs available. And the outputs can be selectively interlocked to other operations for safety reasons. The optional external antenna extends range from 100ft up to 2000ft. Actually, the interface to OEM crane controls can be simplified with factory installed, direct-plug connectors or through J1939 serial communication. The modular components and external set-up button allow for easy installation and field replacement.The system is available in the following models:

Model # DSST:

• The model is developed for proportional and non-proportional hydraulic crane applications requiring up to twelve radio remote control functions.

• The toggle switch controls with trigger provides variable speed control of hydraulic pump solenoids.

• And the split signal capability allows combined boom movements including 'up and sideways' and 'extend and winch down'.

• In addition, the toggle switch controls must be activated first before trigger switch and speed control will work.

• Basically the weatherproof receiver can be crane mounted and interfaces easily to crane electrical system with OEM style plug-in connector.

Transmitter specifications:

The frequency operation of this system is almost 902-928 MHz FHSS (869.7 and 2.4GHz available). And the transmitter power is 100mW.

The method of transmission is almost 56 bit DES encryption key. The system has internal on card PCB mount that no visible antennas to damage. The normal range of this system is 500 feet (up to 2000ft available with external antenna).

The system is constructed with rugged weatherproof polymer enclosure with unique procedure. And the battery life is almost 30 hours continuous with audible low battery warning and flashing low battery indicator. And the rechargeable Lithium Ion included with 12/24VDC charger. Therefore before you make a decision as to which solution will be the best one for your company. You truly need to take the time to analyze your requirements both in terms of what kind of model will be required.

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Andrew Richard has 130 articles online

BASE Engineering designs excellent industrial remote control systems for different engineering and commercial purposes. Since 1996 over 50,000 BASE systems have been employed around the globe to increase job safety and productivity. As a result of this design effort we have the confidence to offer a four year, no hassle, and replacement warranty on every product we manufacture. Industrial remote control in our hand; have moved into the next level.

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This article was published on 2013/10/08