Push-button shift selector

  • 20-Aug-2012 12:19 EDT
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Orscheln Products has released a push-button shift selector (PBSS) that is easily configured to use with a wide range of electronic transmissions, actuators, and gearboxes. The PBSS is adaptable to hybrid, electric, and conventional drivetrains for on-highway and other mobile equipment. Based on J1939 CAN interface communication, the push-button selector offers versatile solutions for electronic shift control requirements. Based on a modular component design, it integrates a programmable PCB, a bright OLED display, versatile button labeling, and bezel configurations that provide customization based on application and customer requirements. Additionally, software can be upgraded with service tools as needed. A U-bracket panel mount and a common standard harness connection provide easy installation. It is available in 12 or 24 V.

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