Flexible and user-friendly
The front panel of the transmitter can be adapted according to application and preference, using appropriate control levers and change-over switches. The front panel is laser-engraved with the symbols, text and types of logo you prefer. Feedback information from the receiver to the transmitter is shown on a graphic display and/or LEDs. The housing, which is made of impact-resistant plastic, is ergonomically designed with proper handles and the top part comes in a black, red or blue.
Handy online programming
This versatile transmitter can be programmed and calibrated online to ensure optimal control of stepless applications. Calibrated values, such as initial, maximum and micro speeds, are stored in three different memory banks. By means of a change-over switch, the operator can access these to select a particular setting or suitable operating properties.
Panel design – Choose the layout, controls, symbols and text
With Datek you can get your very own panel design. You choose what type of and how many controls, switches and indicators you need. We will engrave your own text and symbols on the panel. You can also choose the colour and put your own logo on the transmitter to match your company profile.
Safe simultaneous and relay operations
With simultaneous operations a transmitter can take control of up to three receivers at the same time. This makes it possible to use one transmitter to control three receivers simultaneously, making simultaneous lifting, for example, easy. It is also possible to conduct relay operations between up to three transmitters where control is passed from one transmitter to another. Handovers may be appropriate in the case of long transfers, where you have less control over the whole area of operation with just one transmitter. Datek’s simultaneous and relay operating ensures that only one transmitter at a time can have control of the relevant receiver. Operators have to make an active choice to transfer control. This is done by either relinquishing control or taking control.
Information can be sent back to the transmitter at the same frequency as the control command to the receiver, by using semi- duplex technology. The information is presented on a graphic display and/or LEDs. On the display images, text and figures are presented in a versatile format and sequence.