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Industrial remote control systems have brought a revolution in industrial sector by incorporating several factors that are must for the overall growth of a particular sector. With different circumstances and adverse conditions, wireless industrial remotes have become common in today's day and age. Now wireless industrial remote controls can serve the purpose very well by offering excellent services. There are different models available for specific use and they can be custom made to fit the bill in the right way.

Crane service truck remote controls are greatly developed for industrial system. The operator has the safest vantage point for effective control of the crane. One-man control eliminates the need for a second person stabilizing the load while guiding its placement. The operator has freedom to move around the work area while setting the load precisely into position. There are four models of crane service truck remote controls. These are:

Model # ASKR

Crane service truck remote controls are developed for Crane and Service truck applications requiring up to 12 control functions. The modular components allow for easy installation with custom wire harness supplied.

Transmitter and receiver units operate on 56 bit digital code eliminating accidental operation caused by interference from other RF devices. The parts replacement is simplified with quick connect plugs and simple 'learn' button to link handheld and receiver.

The system includes model ASKR rechargeable transmitter housed in rugged polycarbonate enclosure. Transmitter has low battery warning indicator with audible alarm and 300hr continuous transmission battery, 12/24VdC charger included. The transmitter button text printed to customer specifications at time of order.

Model # FHSR

This is specifically developed for crane applications requiring interference-free, fail-safe machine control. At the same time these are up to twelve wireless commands via BASE Engineering's proprietary 'Safe-Link' communication protocol. The operator handheld and machine mounted transceiver continuously communicate to ensure signal validity and strength.

In case of any loss of signal results in all active functions automatically shutting down and failing safe. The system incorporates a secure frequency hopping, spread-spectrum radio link that greatly reduces outside electrical or RF interference.

Model # DSST

This crane service truck remote control 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. Split signal capability allows combined boom movements including 'up and sideways' and 'extend and winch down'.

The toggle switch controls must be activated first before trigger switch and speed control will work. The system is weatherproof and the receiver can be crane mounted and interfaces easily to crane electrical system with OEM style plug-in connector.

Model # ASKW

This model allows up to 8 control functions. Two 'AA' batteries provide 300 hours of continuous use. The transmitter and receiver units operate on 56 bit digital code eliminating accidental operation. The parts replacement is simplified with quick connect plugs and simple 'learn' button to link handheld and receiver. In addition the system includes model ASKW transmitter housed in rugged aluminum enclosure. The transmitter has low battery warning indicator and button text is printed to customer specifications at time of order.

BASE Engineering designs excellent industrial wireless systems for different engineering and commercial purposes.  Since 1996 over 50,000 BASEsystems 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. Wireless industrial remote control systems, in our hand, have moved into the next level.

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