Radio control systems

  • 11-Jul-2008 12:05 EDT
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OEM Controls designs cost-effective handheld palm stations and chest pack control stations with either direct-frequency, one-way communication or frequency-hopping spread-spectrum, and two-way communication control. Durable pushbuttons, e-stops, and starter switches are designed to withstand rugged field conditions. Operating at temperatures of -40 to +70°C (-40 to +158°F) and a full CE rating for electromagnetic compatibility, the available belly pack systems feature multiple joystick configurations and an optional LCD display. All software and hardware components are compatible regardless of model type, minimizing spare parts inventory.
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