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HBC-radiomatic Exhibits New Remote Controls at Utility Expo

The Utility Expo in Louisville continues today with more than 900 exhibitors displaying products and services in the Kentucky Exposition Center. Among them is HBC-radiomatic, which highlights its remote controls for construction and industrial equipment, many of which have hydraulic applications.

HBC-radiomatic presents its latest spectrum transmitter generation, with newly-developed five-inch vivid-color displays. The larger displays allow for the clear and well-structured arrangement of even more information. Driven by state-of-the-art display technology, the high-resolution screens ensure an attractive and configurable presentation of the most diverse notifications and machine data, such as engine speed, oil pressure, and load weight, in addition to important error messages and warnings. An extended range of softkeys combined with the radiomatic iCON navigation control enables easy and intuitive operation of the display, which can also be configured and optimized to meet the operator’s exact needs.

The new five-inch displays are equipped with integrated front-panel lighting and automatic brightness adjustment. They are available with various housing formats of HBC’s spectrum transmitter series and can be used with radiomatic photon live camera assistance, which delivers live video images to the radio control’s color display. This feature provides the operator a clear view of the machine and working environment, even in areas with limited views or blind spots. At the Utility Expo, HBC presents its latest additions to the radiomatic photon portfolio, including a switchable two-camera option and a mobile solution for portable cameras.

The renovated spectrum transmitter series now incorporates updated radio technology and numerous innovative features and functions, including an integrated flashlight and front panel lighting, an automated shut-off for implausible control commands, additional category 3 PL d safe commands according to EN ISO 13849-1:2015. New batteries provide a notable increase to operating times. As the latest addition to the spectrum series, the newly-developed spectrum 4 transmitter for the control of the largest machinery rounds off HBC-radiomatic’s presentation at the Utility Expo.

For more information, visit www.hbc-usa.com/en/.

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