Radio remote control JoySys

Radio Remote Control JoySys

Robust radio remote controls for industrial applications

Radio Remote Control Series JoySys

Mechanical Specifications:

  • up to 2 Joysticks
  • up to 6 function keys
  • Range: 80m
  • Weight control unit: approx. 1.1 Kg

Electrical Specifications:

  • protection degree IP65
  • operating temperature -10°C…+55°C
  • 1 or 2 speeds
  • double design of the control channels for more safety

Radio Remote Control JoySys – with up to 2 Joysticks

Due to its good compatibility and small dimensions, the radio remote control of the Joy series can be used for many applications.

The hand-held transmitter can be equipped with up to 2 joysticks, 1- or 2-axis, to operate several motors simultaneously. A variety of functionalities have been implemented in the handheld transmitter to increase flexibility in operation. For example, the operating frequency, the passive emergency stop time and the power saving mode can be programmed directly on the hand-held transmitter. Individual switches or buttons for additional functions can also be added at a later date.

The receiver contains 20 relays and is available with AC or DC power supply. With the help of dip switches, different command sequences can be programmed to achieve maximum flexibility during operation. The receiver is supplied in ABS housing. Corresponding mounting options for surface mounting are provided.

For easy maintenance or servicing, the entire system has a modular design and can be replaced in individual parts.

All B-COMMAND radio remote control systems are carefully tested before delivery.

Safety aspects
Safety is the top priority for every B-COMMAND product. All radio remote controls are therefore equipped with double control channels operated by double microprocessors. Each individual microprocessor carries out a permanent function test during operation. The output relays are equipped with 2 safety relays for the stop function. These guarantee a safe shutdown of the machine even in the event of a failure of any kind.

In addition, a 48-bit key ensures an individually encrypted connection between transmitter and receiver.