TM70 handheld transmitters
The TM70 handheld transmitters are robust and reliable, designed to be used in industrial applications.
These have been successful products for many years and we will keep supplying them as the new handhelds are being introduced to the market.
T70 1: The classic for lifting applications
T70 1 is the classic handheld unit for lifting applications. This is a very well established transmitter and it is being used in industrial applications such as the overhead crane.
The T70 1 allow us to have the following mechanisms and accessories:
- LCD Display
2 x 12-character LCD display for information feedback from receiver, allowing safety control and manoeuvre operation.
- Removable EEPROM SIM module
Removable memory card. Quick and easy restoration of service with a spare unit in the event of transmitter or receiver failure. If the transmitter is damaged, the replacement can copy the EEPROM from the receiver.
- Range Limiter
The remote can only be used when there is an infrared connection between the infrared transmitter and the radio transmitter. This rules out risk situations caused by activating the remote without a clear and safe view of the machine.
- TWIN synchro
The most compact TANDEM solution.
A system conformed by a master transmitter (Push button or Console box). The use of radio signals simultaneously and in a synchronized way allows the movements of two cranes working in tandem mode.
- APC (Automatic Power Control)
This technology modifies the power of the radio transmission to minimize battery consumption and interference between nearby pieces of equipment. Longer battery life can be provided. Continuity of operations between devices in the same working environment can be achieved, respectively.
- Multi-band radio with full-duplex communication
Worldwide compatible multi-band radio. Possibility of full-duplex communication. Easily customizable via EEPROM.
- Multiple transmitter system
Possibility of working with multiple transmitters and a single receiver. The first device to link up assumes control of the machine.
- LBT (Listen Before Transmitting)
On transmitter start-up, the radio remote equipment will automatically look for a free channel. If another user activates a radio remote device on the same working channel, the transmitter can simply be switched off and on again. Helping to find another free channel and allow work to continue.
- Tandem systems
For situations requiring the use of two or more independent cranes moving simultaneously. The master transmitters can choose whether to work simultaneously with several receivers or independently with one of them.
- Multiple receiver systems
Possibility of working with a single transmitter and multiple receivers at the same time.
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