Magnetek will be exhibiting at bauma Munich 2016 at the New Munich Trade Fair Centre, in Munich, Germany, April 11-17. Visitors to the Company’s booth, 515/F, located in USA Pavilion, Hall C4, will be able to experience a variety of Magnetek’s wireless controls, ranging from the full-featured XLTX transmitter to the handheld Flex Pro transmitter or Flex VUE transmitter with informative display. Magnetek will also showcase a wide range of transmitters, a selection of receivers, and a working demonstration featuring the US-patented MHR Radio Controller.
The XLTX bellybox transmitter, available with optional ATEX and IECEx certifications for use in potentially hazardous locations, incorporates the latest wireless control technology in a lightweight, yet durable case. A feature-rich transmitter, the XLTX can be customized with two-way RF, graphic display, and frequency options for a variety of industrial wireless control applications.
The ergonomically styled Flex Pro incorporates proportional control technology in a lightweight, yet durable case. It is available with several options to meet the needs of various applications and industries. Magnetek’s Flex VUE provides operators with advanced communications and proportional control in a handheld product.
“Flex VUE’s high-resolution color display keeps operators continually apprised of system status and diagnostics, including battery life, signal strength, and warnings. The Flex VUE brings the configuration convenience and two-way feedback found in our bellybox transmitters to a lightweight, ergonomically designed handheld unit,” said Ben Stoller, Magnetek’s director of radio controls. “Our Flex VUE and XLTX transmitters easily adapt to specific applications, offering a versatile and precise mobile hydraulic control option for improving performance, productivity, and safety.”
Magnetek’s range of mini wireless controls, Flex Mini, Mini-MBT, and Mini-PGT, expand its portfolio of wireless control products allowing customers to choose the exact functionality, size, and style to fit their applications. One of Magnetek’s receivers, the versatile CAN-2, is rugged enough to handle outdoor environments, and its quick response allows for precise control without the latency found in other wireless control systems. The company’s MHR combines components of a radio receiver, CAN-bus display module, and hydraulic valve controller into a convenient single unit, saving money and freeing up valuable real estate on equipment.