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Remote Control JoyPlus

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Radio Remote Control JoySys

Specifications
  • Up to 2 Joysticks + 6 buttons
  • Dual configuration of the control channels for higher safety level
  • Receiver with 20 relays
  • Receiver with enclosure (IP65)
  • Various special solutions on request

Technical Characteristics

Numbers of buttons up to 2 Joysticks + 6 buttons + Stop
Protection degree IP 65
Operating range80 m
Autonomous duty> 8 hours
Operating temperature-10°C to +55°C
Weight incl. battery1100gr.

The radio remote control series JoySys has been designed with high compatibility and small dimensions to satisfy different operating requirements in various fields.

 

The transmitter, available with 2 joysticks - 1 or 2 axis - can be used to move a large number of motors at the same time. Many functions have been included to improve the flexibility in operation. The working frequency, passive emergency time and battery saver application can therefore be programmed directly at the transmitter. A space has been provided on the transmitter, to enable the later installation of additional commands, such as push-button and selectors.

 

The receiver is available in 20 relay version, with AC and DC power supply. The dip-switches on the receiver allow a series of special, programmable functions to be set up, ensuring maximum flexibility of installation. The receiver electronic parts are housed in an ABS-case. Required fixing devices for wall-mounting are included.

 

The fully modular composition allows components to be replaced rapidly in case of service or maintenance.

 

All radio remote controllers from B-COMMAND undergo sophisticated functions testing before delivering.

Safety Aspects

Safety has always been a priority for all products of B-COMMAND. All radio remote controls are designed with double control channels operated by dual microprocessor circuit. In addition to receiving the commands from the transmitter, each of the two microprocessors carries out a continuous check on the functioning of the other. The exit circuit is provided with 2 safety relays for the STOP function. This particular circuit design also guarantee in case of failure of any kind a safe shutdown of the machine.

 

In addition a 48-bit key serves for the individual coding connection between transmitter and receiver.