Pendant Control Station for CM Chain Hoist 11' Cord for Lodestar & Valustar

11 foot Pendant cord assembly for a CM Hoist. Configured for a CM Lodestar or Valustar electric chain hoists.

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Pendant cord assembly for a CM hoist. Configured for a CM Lodestar or Valustar hoist.

  • Brand new pre-wired and ready to install pendant.
  • 11' overall length ( for 15' lift )
  • 2 button single speed pendant
  • 3 wire pendant cord with internal strain relief cable
  • Upper pendant grommet
  • Includes Hoist Warning Tag
  • Single speed buttons rated 5A @ 125VAC,/li>
  • Temp range 5F – 160F
  • NEMA 12, UL/cUL Pendant

Also available in 21', 16', and 6' lengths or call for custom lengths.

Additional Info
Additional Info
Weight 9
Freight Status Ships by UPS
Manufacturer Hoosier Crane
Manufacturer Part Number CM-PEND-2btn-11ft
Number Of Buttons 2 Button
Pendant Motion 1 Motion
Pendant Speeds One Speed
Download Product Manual N/A
Product Brochure N/A
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