Flexible receiver

  • 09-May-2013 05:28 EDT
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Magnetek offers the Enrange CAN-2 receiver to simplify the addition of wireless control to CAN bus-controlled machinery. The CAN-2 features two redundant machine stop outputs, two CAN bus ports, and either 400 MHz, 900 MHz, or 2.4 GHz RF channels along with optional radio control programmer. The flexible CAN-2 can be integrated into CAN-based products or into products with CAN-based protocol including J1939, CAN Open, and ICP. The compact design can handle harsh environments, and a quick response improves control. CAN-2 is compatible with various Magnetek wireless radio controls such as XLTX, Flex Pro, Flex EM, MLTX2, and Flex VUE, and is suitable for applications including tow trucks, cement trucks, boom trucks, truck cranes, concrete mixers, drill rigs, and mining equipment.

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