Enrange Flex EX System, 2-Motion, 2-Speed, 2 Transmitters by Magnetek
Each Enrange standard radio control system includes 2 transmitters with four 2-speed push buttons, 1 receiver, manual, transmitter label sheets, waist belt, vinyl transmitter covers, pre-wired output cable, internal transmitter and receiver antenna, extra fuses, jumpers, batteries, key switch, and necessary mounting hardware. Protective rubber boot is available as an option for additional cost and is recommended to protect against drop damage to your remote.
Availability: In stock
Regular Price: $780.00
Special Price $624.00
The Enrange™ Flex EX series of radio remote controls provides a cost-effective solution to the restrictive use of hardwired pendants.
These durable and rugged radios are ideal for use in material handling, overhead crane, mobile hydraulic and industrial applications. Flexible and reliable, these systems are designed to be ergonomic and lightweight, and are available in 4, 6, 8 and 12 button style options to meet all your application needs.
Flexible and Efficient Performance
- Advanced microprocessor controls with 32 bit CRC and Hamming Code provide ultra-fast, safe, precise and error-free encoding and decoding.
- Unique I-CHIP design allows information and settings to be transferred between transmitters, increasing flexibility and minimizing spare parts inventory.
- Flex EX is equipped with more than 200 programmable functions to suit all types of applications.
- A wide variety of accessories is available to provide additional protection and flexibility, including protective rubber transmitter boots, padded nylon transmitter case, retractable belt clip, and horn kit.
Strong and Reliable
- Reliable pushbuttons feature gold-plated contacts and are rated for more than one million press cycles. The defined snap-action steps provide positive tactile feedback even while wearing gloves.
- Durable enclosures are made from industrial-strength nylon and fiberglass composite materials.
- Two “AA” alkaline batteries provide more than 100 hours of operation. A rechargeable battery kit with LED indicators is also available.
Secure and Dependable Communications
- Advanced synthesized RF controls with 62 user-programmable channels add flexibility to frequency management in the field.
- Each Flex EX system has over one million unique identification codes (20 Bit) and never repeats.
Flex EX Receivers
Flex EX receivers were designed with field installation and serviceability in mind. Receivers come prewired with 6’ of cable and mounting hardware allowing fast installation. Onboard diagnostic and output LEDs provide system status information useful when installing and troubleshooting. All components are easily accessible and field replaceable. The IP66 rated fully sealed receiver enclosures provide you with confidence and protection in the harshest indoor or outdoor environments.
System ships Standard with 110-120v control. 24VAC control is available for additional charge due to need for extra transformer. Call 800-509-6131 for availability or application specific details.
|Freight Status||Ships by UPS|
|Manufacturer Part Number||Flex4EX|
|Number Of Buttons||4 Button|
|Pendant Motion||2 Motion|
|Pendant Speeds||Two Speed|
|Download Product Manual||Enrange_Flex_4EX_System_Radio_Control_Equipment_Manual_0-TC-FLEX4E.pdf|
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