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Keep your finger on the pulse

14-12-2010
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Radio Remote Controls are becoming increasingly reliable and capable, but best of all, prices are dropping.

Radio Remote Controls are used on all sorts of machinery where single or multi-speed switching is required by an operator, who is required to be mobile.

Radio Remote Controls are now being used for a wide variety of applications including machinery (travelling cranes, monorails), truck accessories (tailgates) and cement trucks.

However, Radio Remote Controls are not immune from the need for ongoing support and maintenance.

They are often used in arduous industrial conditions.

Hand held transmitters in particular can be subject to damage or loss. Though extremely robust, most will not survive after being run over by a forklift!

Radio Remote Controls are the “brains” of machines. Without a functioning control, the machine cannot operate.

Therefore, support and repair of Radio Remote Controls is usually urgent.

Conductix-Wampfler is one Australia’s largest suppliers of Radio Remote Controls. The company now has well-stocked, expert servicing and repair centres in Sydney, Brisbane and Perth to supplement their existing repair centre in Melbourne.

Program changes to facilitate different functionality, preventative maintenance programs, replacement transmitters and normal repairs are available at all these centres with short turn around times. Service while you wait is sometimes available.

Loan transmitters are available when required to keep customer’s operations moving.

Conductix-Wampfler also supplies end of run limit switches as is required by Australian Standards for machines controlled by Radio Remote Controls.

Conductix-Wampfler
Ph: 03 9706 8844
www.conductix.com.au

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