Hydraulic Remote Control
Machines and equipment that are powered by hydraulic systems are everywhere. Fluid power is usually the first choice whenever a great deal of force needs to be applied with precision, responsiveness, and operator ease. Hydraulic valve remote control systems are a thing, but in order to wirelessly control hydraulic applications, it is important to know what type of valves are to be manipulated and what type of outputs are required to achieve proper and effective control.
For example, solenoid valves, also called directional control valves, can be opened or closed remotely by making/breaking an electrical switch (relay). A solenoid valve is either on or off, open or closed.
Proportional control valves on the other hand produce flow proportionally (non-stepped) to an electrical signal, provided by either variable voltage or current.
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Hydraulic remote control systems
Transmitters are available with digital and analog push buttons, whereas belly box type transmitters are available with 2, 4, 5 steps, proportional and stepless joysticks and paddles.
We offer a variety of receivers to provide outputs that enable either ON/OFF or proportional control functionality for hydraulics:
- Proportional, Analog, Relay, CAN
- Circuit Integration
- System Integration
- Duplex Capability for Feedback
- Automation & Integrated Function/Logic Control
- Safety Certifications: CAT, PLd, SIL3, PLe
- Fully Customizable
- Available in 433MHz, 915Mhz and 2.4GHz
Receivers are available with digital, analog, PWM outputs, CANopen, J1939. Profibus and Modbus TCP
For peace of mind, all products are delivered with a 2-year manufacturer’s warranty.
Safety relay(s) drop upon out of range, dead battery, broken transmitter, etc.
2.4 GHz & Interference Free
With DSSS technology, operate hundreds of systems in the same area.
Dust & Water Protected
Our hydraulic remote control systems are extremely robust.
Some are IP65 and most are IP67 certified.