Series 220-2 2 Motion 2 Speed Overhead Crane Radio Remote Control

Monorail & Crane Remote Control System RC-IM-1R2 Series 220 2 Motion Two Speed

System includes Two Remote and One Receiver with 6ft pigtail and two protective vinyl remote covers.

4 push buttons with 2-step (Up, Down, East, West) + EMS + Start Key

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $719.00

Special Price $507.00

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220-2 Series 2 Motion Dual Speed Overhead Crane Remote Control System

220 Series of Radio Controls are ideal for smaller, simpler operations such as light-duty cranes and monorails. The 220-2 Series Radio Control has 2-step push buttons for two motions making it ideal for monorail remote control. This wireless control systems operate on exceptionally low power consumption providing up to three months of service on two AA batteries for the remote. The system features a user-friendly design, and simple users manual. Operating range for the remote system is 300+ feet.

System includes Two Remotes and One Receiver with 6ft pigtail

4 push buttons with 2-step (Up, Down, East, West) + EMS + Start Key

General Specifications

  • Durable, robust IP 65 industrial casing
  • New lightweight (250g) user friendly design
  • Advanced RF circuitry design with over 4 billion ID codes
  • Exceptionally low Power Consumption - up to 3 months usage with 2 AA batteries
  • Error free Hamming code technology
  • Working temperature range from -45° to +80°C
  • Long distance operation up to 100m
  • Purposely designed for the control of high-vibration, heavy-duty mobile and industrial equipment
  • Remote ID Setting Technology allowing for instant maintenance at site
  • Optional receiver input power. 48/110, 48/200, 110/220, 220/380 VAC & 12-24V DC Ships standard with 110 VAC.
Additional Info
Additional Info
Weight 6
Freight Status Ships by UPS
Manufacturer InMotion Controls
Manufacturer Part Number 220-2-System
Number Of Buttons 4 Button
Pendant Motion 2 Motion
Pendant Speeds Two Speed
Download Product Manual N/A
Product Brochure N/A
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