Patriot System 3 Motor 2 Speed Radio Remote Control System 25S11A
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Remtron Patriot License Free 900 MHz Radio Remote Control System
Remtron and Hoosier Crane presents the Patriot®, the most affordable, high quality wireless crane controls available. 100% American made and supported, the Patriot® is offered in four models; 25S08A for three motion one speed cranes and the 25S10A for two motion two speed monorails, the 25S11A is built to control three motion two speed cranes and the model 25S15A is designed to control up to a five motion, two speed cranes using an electronic A/B/Both selector. All Patriot® models use Remtron's proven Command Pro® technology, our exclusive extruded aluminum receiver enclosure and both systems are shipped ready to install with a six foot long wiring harness. We back up the Patriot® series transmitters with a One Year Unconditional Warranty.
Includes 25T11A Remote
Patriot series Hand Held controller for 3 motion/2 speed crane applications.
- Up to 18 functions
- 3 two-step discrete rockers
- 4 push buttons
- On/Alarm and Off/Stop buttons
- Optional selector switch
- 300 ft. line of sight range
- Uses 2 standard AA batteries
- IP66/67 design(waterproof/dustproof)
25R11A Machine Control Unit
- Remtron compact enclosure
- 11 ten amp relays plus 1 safety relay
- 115 VAC
- 6 ft. wire harness connection
- Outputs for the M/L and alarm
- NEMA 12 equivalent enclosure ML
- Dim: 10" x 5" x 2.5"
Add a backup remote at a heavy package discount and save money and down time.
Standard lead time for this equipment is 2 weeks
|Freight Status||Ships by UPS|
|Manufacturer Part Number||25S11A|
|Number Of Buttons||No|
|Pendant Motion||3 Motion|
|Pendant Speeds||Two Speed|
|Download Product Manual||N/A|
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