Wireless remote control is a new innovation of human being
Now wireless telecommunications means medium of radio waves. At present this is rapidly emerging as the dominant force in development of infrastructure in emerging economics. Basically the use of radio for mobile services, microwave links, cellular telephone and broadcasting is well known and fairly widely deployed.
Recently coming on the scene are broadband radio services that not only provide the previously familiar wired services like telephone, but go beyond to high speed data and digital television access. Released from the bandwidth constraints, deployment costs, and security concerns of copper wires wireless digital services can provide public services not even imagined a few years ago.
Furthermore, the rate of adoption of these services even as submarket segments in many industrialized economies has been sufficient to drive technological development and device pricing to the point of affordability in less developed economies. Indeed, the deployment cost of wireless technologies is now well below that of conventional copper wire systems.
An added feature of these technologies is that properly designed network, with adequate frequency spectrum, can often support implementations of all modes simultaneously. In fact the most cost effective approach to making these advanced services available in depending markets will be to share digital bandwidth to the greatest possible extent.
Wireless remote control technology can be implemented in several forms in industrial sector. Basically a typical configuration consists of broadband industrial wireless transmitter located at strategic sites to transmit broadband data streams to antennas located at the sites of primary users in a market area.
Frequency hopping spread spectrum radio remote controls system is developed for industrial OEM applications requiring interference free, fail safe machine control. There are any lose of signal results in all active functions automatically shutting down and failing safe. So common uses include latched pumping operations, high pressure jetter operations, and concrete construction equipment mobile crane operations, or any other application where maintained operator control is critical.
The system incorporates a secure frequency hopping, spread spectrum radio link that greatly reduces outside electric or RF interference.
System incorporates a secure frequency-hopping, spread-spectrum radio link that greatly reduces outside electrical or RF interference. Active channels fail safe (shut-down) with any loss of signal from transmitter. Rechargeable transmitter delivers 30 hrs of continuous use between charges.
And Optional 'Enable' button requires two deliberate steps before signal is sent Up to twelve pre-programmed high-side or low-side functions available. Interface to OEM electronic controls can be simplified with factory installed, direct-plug connectors or through J1939 serial communication (other protocols available). Optional pre-wired solenoids are available for Pneumatic, Hydraulic, or Electromechanical machine control interface. Modular components allow for easy installation and field replacement.