Truck Jib Crane, Control options continue to evolve-From cars without drivers to robots that can weld regardless of large components, automated technology advances rapidly. As this applied science evolves, the crane and drilling industry is increasingly monitoring remote-controlled cranes and related equipment, especially for hyperspecific applications. Stability, safety and efficiency, remote control systems are becoming newer and heavier. During his event a customer site in Germany, Liebherr introduced various remote control functions. they are programmed on the remote control. This includes (Leverage) all LTF taps for all LTR cranes (cranes telescopic boom excavator), compact crane LTC and LTM 1050- + 3.1 full range off-road, except LTM 1400 7.1, LTM 1500 -8.1 and LTM 11200-9.1.
“LICCON2 Liebherr Mobile crane control simple and economical use of wireless remote control crane remote control is ready,” says Wolfgang Beringer, Sales Manager Liebherr-Werk Ehingen. “In addition, you need a suitable program tap, there is a console with two switches attached to the standard BTT standard. The big plus console crane control can also be used with other LICCON2 trip cranes programmed radio remote control.”
LICCON control valve 2 load curve position stabilizer and rotation angle automatically reads and interpolates, safe and easy to use in any limited areas separately stabilization balls work during pump operation. When the steering is manual for remote control, larger cranes now use the remote control for configuration and assembly.
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“Liebherr has developed its own control valve and remote control expansion,” says Liebherr-Werk Ehingen, product manager Klaus Weckenmann. “Everyone comes from one source so we can develop without third change and testing. Another important advantage is that we can deliver spare parts in the long run, which is not possible because it depends on the” external supplier “.
Altec affected the remote control panel with his own lorry. “Altecov’s radio remote control has the same important information that operators have to do with the Altecov’s security systems (lmap),” says Dan Brock, Altec Crane’s market leader. “The same applies to the information that the fluorescent tube is displayed on the remote control remote control that can be used when the device is ground or rotated raised. Information displayed on the remote control awareness raising the user’s awareness of situation improves overall safety, productivity and convenience.”
This remote control features a large, easy-to-read color display that shows the assembly of the device, stabilizer, durability, rotation angle, and foot and chassis attachment. These important parameters give the user information on configuring the device and ensures safe and productive use of the device. In addition, user-defined parameters such as engine speed, work speed, and emergency stop are configured to allow uninterrupted operation when commands are sent under the remote control.
“For Altecs, the radio is mainly used by one of the truck’s arrows or through two unit estimates AC40-152S or AC45-127S,” Brock said. “The new radio display gives this important information to operators who use the device at the height of the radio.”
Alther’s articulated Effer can also use radio. The radios are fully responsive and there is no problem with the floor machine for the truck or platform to work. One of the advantages of a remote control is that it can act as a station that provides the best picture of the load.
HBC radio controlled products are controlled by various cranes, including cranes, tower cranes, cranes, mobile cranes
“Increasing demand for radio broadcasts and industry-leading information security initiatives have boosted demand,” says Jeff Allan, CEO of HBC Broadcasting. “The use of radio control eliminates the need for a remote control in potentially hazardous or unified areas and provides the necessary visibility to monitor the load to see the work and maintain the best equipment.”
Along with evolution operator regulation technology, the radio is the perfect feature of the inherent benefits of security systems and increases productivity. Remote management solutions continue to grow, Allan said.
“The applications of cranes or radio-controlled devices are almost unlimited,” Allan said. “The capacity of an existing wireless controller can provide the same level of control as the operator station or control station, the user receives the same amount of feedback from the machine user. Display, LED, audio or tactical remarks and even live video.”
“The biggest advantage is that they are in the hands of the operators to make their physical position in the safest area in the best possible way,” Allan continued. “In addition, this gives the user the ability to view the system and improve on-site communication.”
According to Ben Forster, vice president, most of the container cranes and special lifting equipment for the elevator system and the production setter will be able to control remotely. Asked about the number of customers chose remote, Forster said, “It depends on the customer and its implementation, as well as the company’s philosophy.”
Forster said the application remote management is particularly important in areas where the operational risk may be higher than normal and when the staff is too close to the line it is a threat.
The remote control is the function that needs the optimum picture of the load. Forklift truck is based on Wathena, KS, heavy duty truck maintenance and maintenance.
Magnets were missing when the top ends of the remote control, which resulted in longer battery life and stable platform crane work. The magnet challenge was the integration of small size transmitters and custom miniature beams. The solution is a Magnetek mini PGP transmitter that allows accurate and precise movements. At the same time, Magnetek has begun to develop a smaller “mini” product that can be integrated into standard PGT control systems to retrieve compatible lorries. Two types of Mini-PGT transmitters are designed for Summit applications: the main package and the upgrade package.