HETRONIC Australia will feature the new HH-MFSHL radio remote control series. The HH-MFSHL radio remote control series is the direct result of combining customer requests, operational safety and state of the art technology.
From the outside, the HH-MFSHL transmitter looks similar to Hetronic's established HH transmitter series, however the newly designed electronics of the HH-MFSHL makes the difference. The transmitter can be programmed using a PocketPC and H-LINK software. Features such as duty cycle, frequency, and low battery indication can be easily programmed without opening the transmitter. The HH is powered by two AA-size batteries which provide up to 500 hours of operation.
The MFSHL RXD 16 receiver is designed to be small in size, but powerful in flexibility and functionality. It offers 16 solid state outputs for dc applications, along with two PWM outputs. All outputs are fully programmable using a PocketPC and H-LINK software.
The HH-MFSHL series is available now and comes in several standard configurations. All systems offer cable back-up capability as standard.
Part of the global Hetronic group of companies, Hetronic Australia provides sales and service for the company's range of radio remote controls suitable for a wide variety of markets and industry applications.
Hetronic Australia is at stand 4510 in the Futuresafe section at National Manufacturing Week 2005, in Melbourne, May 10-13.