Crane Receivers with Optional Buzzer
Uncategorized @us • Posted on February 18, 2021 at 10:14 am
Buzzers are an essential component for Remote Controlled Overhead and Gantry Cranes.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires an audible or visual warning device on radio operated cranes.
Although OSHA does not provide specific examples of an “effective warning signal,” ANSI standard B30.2-1967, Overhead and Gantry Cranes, a subsequent revision of this standard, ASME B30.2-2005, Overhead and Gantry Cranes 2-1.15.3 Types of Devices, states that one or more of the following devices shall be provided:
- Manually operated gong
- Power-operated bell, siren, or horn
- Rotating beacon
- Strobe light
For your convenience, Tele Radio offers its Panther & Tiger receivers with an optional audible warning device in form of a siren/buzzer.
The siren or buzzer emits a continuous tone, and puts out 91DB at a distance of 1ft and 81DB at a distance of 10ft.
Initially delivered to sound when the corresponding push button is pressed (button number 7 in the example picture above), we also offer customization of the Buzzer.
Such customization would allow the Buzzer to sound for 3 seconds before the mainline engages and thereafter correspond to the corresponding push button.
We can furthermore, program the receiver to have the Buzzer sound when the crane is on the move or if a digital input inside our receiver is triggered (where available).
Contact us for additional information
Call us at 1 866 629 0780 or use the form below.