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IDEAL FOR
CRANE & HOIST
APPLICATIONS
RADIO REMOTE CONTROLS — TRANSMITTERS
TELEMOTIVE telePENDANTTM TRANSMITTER
• Available in up to three motions with six auxiliary functions or  ve motions with four auxiliary functions using A & B select
• Includes traditional pendant-style pushbutton station switches, rating for a million plus operations, and two and three-speed designs
Features and Benefits
• Rugged and chemically resistant transmitter case has the ability
to withstand shock and harsh environments
• Stores four complete system con gurations, eliminating the cost and hassle of tracking and maintaining a  eet of spare transmitters
• One of the longest lasting batteries in the industry is designed to minimize power consumption
• 4-in-1 transmitter design supports multiple cranes via a password protected access code
Frequencies
• Part 15 License Free: 430-440MHz
Battery Type
• Rechargeable: 3.7V Li-Ion
• Non-Rechargeable: “AA" Alkaline
Operating Range • Up to 300 feet
TELEMOTIVE telePILOTTM TRANSMITTER
• Available in three-motion, two-speed and three-auxiliary functions or three-motion, two-speed, one-auxiliary function, and A, A + B, or B
• Electronically synthesized frequency allows for 31 operating channels
Features
• Includes a durable, lightweight, extruded aluminum transmitter housing and sub-voltage technology providing
a much longer operating life
• Designed to minimize power consumption, providing one of the longest life batteries in the industry
• Stores four complete system con gurations, eliminating the cost and hassle of tracking and maintaining a  eet of spare transmitters
• 4-in-1 transmitter design supports multiple cranes via a password protected access code
Frequencies
• Part 15 License Free: 430-440MHz
Battery Type
• Rechargeable: 3.7V Li-Ion
• Non-Rechargeable: “AA" Alkaline
Operating Range
• Up to 300 feet www.magnetek.com
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CRANE & HOIST
APPLICATIONS
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