Quadrixcontrol for industry

15 April 2008

New from HBC-radiomatic in Germany is the handheld Quadrix radio remote control transmitter for industrial cranes. Designed to control up to three two-stage drives via six reinforced two-stage push buttons, the unit has two extra buttons for additional functions such as &crane on', horn and lights.

Assuming two hours of use per day, Quadrix can operate for up to 20 days before its NiMH (nickel metal hydride) battery needs to be recharged, HBC said.

The 330 gramme transmitter is designed for easy operation and, for example, for operators wearing gloves to be able to use it. It has a 100 m range and a non-interruptible automatic frequency selector to prevent interference from nearby equipment. A locking impact &stop' switch is incorporated for safety.

For more information visit www.hbc-radiomatic.com

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