Get a boost with Demag remote control system


The DRC-DC radio remote control system is the ideal solution for optimum ergonomic operation of Demag high-performance DC chain hoists.

They offer much greater flexibility than cable-connected control systems and ensure that the operator can maintain a safe distance from the load at all times.

The DRC-DC system has been specially developed for the DC chain hoist.

With transmitters available in two sizes, up to two (DRC-DC 6) or three motion axes (DRC-DC 10) can be controlled.

The particularly small receiver consists of a circuit board, which can be used in various mounting configurations.

For chain hoist sizes DC 1 to DC 10, the receiver is integrated into a housing and attached to the outside of the chain hoist.

Pre-assembled cables facilitate fast and easy connection to the hoist, crab or crane electrical equipment. For chain hoist sizes DC 16 and DC 25, the receiver is inserted into the corresponding slot beneath the chain hoist electrical equipment cover.

Demag Cranes & Components
Ph: 1300 336 241

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