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With the development of related industries, wireless remote control is widely used in cranes. Using remote control operation mode has the characteristics of improving working conditions and convenient operation, especially in some slate production enterprises, wireless remote control operation mode has been widely used. This operation mode avoids the personal accident of the driver caused by the derailment of the crane or the falling of heavy objects. So, what is the wireless crane control system? What are the different types of it? Now, we will give a brief introduction to this, hoping to help you better understand the wireless crane control system.
The main points are as follows:
What is a wireless crane control system
Advantages of different types of wireless crane control systems
Disadvantages of different types of wireless crane control systems
This system is controlled by a wireless remote transmitter with various buttons or control rods. It can be held by the operator or clamped on the safety belt or the belt worn by the operator. When in use, the remote transmitter sends a radio signal to the receiver unit installed on the crane. The unit converts the signal into electrical energy and transmits it to the intermediate relay unit on the crane and activates the appropriate contacts, then moves the crane up and down on the rails, left and right, and then raises or lowers the hook. It mainly includes Single speed crane control and Dual speed crane control.
With the development of technology and industry, this kind of control system is adopted by more and more manufacturers. What are its advantages?
(1) Improve work safety
The control system eliminates the dependency of binding it to the crane through cab control or suspension control, so the operator can lift, place or reduce the load without approaching the load, so the radio control can help them avoid some dangers.
(2) Easier to use
Because the radio control is battery powered, it can not only be used manually, but also be designed as a "belly pocket" type. The operator can clamp it on the belt or tie it on the back belt or shoulder belt, which is more convenient to use.
(3) Cost saving
Since this control system requires only one operator to control the crane from the ground, you no longer need a team of two or three staff to operate the crane from the cab and ground, which saves a lot of costs.
What are the disadvantages of the system in the application process?
(1) Easy to damage
Since the machine used is a handheld device, it is more vulnerable to damage. Although it is made of solid plastic and rubber materials, if it falls repeatedly, it will still suffer damage and even affect related functions.
(2) Limited power supply capacity
The control unit is battery powered, so the possibility of the battery running out or not fully charged will be greatly increased when operating the crane. In addition, the radio remote control also needs to check or replace the battery frequently.
(3) Error prone locations
Since the transmitter is not on the crane, it may be misplaced if the central storage location is not predetermined.
Only by fully understanding the advantages and disadvantages of things, can it play a better role. I hope you can understand the wireless crane control system after reading this article. I believe that as the technology matures, this control system will be used by more and more people, and its future is bright. If you have any questions about this system during the purchase, please contact us in time, and we will be happy to answer them for you.