Remote control for industrial applications

Bradford, Pa.— Tele Chief Series is a remote control intended for industrial applications. This series of remote controls has been developed to offer a simple, yet rugged solution to wireless control. The industrial-rated FM system features two transmitters, the TeleMini with 1-4 functions and TeleMax with 2-8 functions.

07/01/1998


Bradford, Pa.— Tele Chief Series is a remote control intended for industrial applications. This series of remote controls has been developed to offer a simple, yet rugged solution to wireless control. The industrial-rated FM system features two transmitters, the TeleMini with 1-4 functions and TeleMax with 2-8 functions. Both are said to be easily installed, using a choice of four common control voltages, 12/24 V ac or dc and 48, 115, or 230 V ac. Standard features include integrated receiver relays that can be wired NO or NC. The devices can operate in either a latched, momentary, or combination mode. In addition, the user has the ability to select one function to have priority over another to eliminate opposing simultaneous commands that could damage the equipment. The handheld transmitters are compact and supplied with a belt clip. Built-in antennas and impact-resistant cases are also featured. Control Chief





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