The controller display 6F MD3 handles up to 6 functions simultaneously.
The controller communicates via radio or cable.
The radio uses the ISM 863-870 MHz frequency range, a license-free band in Europe.
The displays provide the operator with a constant overview of all necessary information about system status and available functions in a simple, safe and user-friendly way.
The controller display 6F MD3 handles up to 6 functions simultaneously. The controller communicates via radio or cable and is designed for simple, precise manoeuvring with great freedom of movement for the operator.
Control levers are exactly proportional and controlled functions move according to the modulated lever angle. The controller has four configurable buttons for additional functions.
Menues – 4 different menus allow each lever to have several functions.
Displays – provide the operator with a constant overview of all necessary information about system status and available functions in a simple, safe, user friendly way.
Micro – the sensitivity of all controller levers can be changed for manoeuvring with higher precision at the simple press of a button.
Europe: ISM 868 MHz, a free band approved by the European Commission.
This means that no license is needed and the radio can in principle be used everywhere in EU including over national boundaries.
For detailed information about free band use see www.efis.dk
Transmitting with AFA (Adaptive Frequencey Agility) and LBT (Listen Before Talk)
North America: ISM 915 MHz
Transmitting with FHSS (Frequencey Hopping Spread Spectrum)
3 pcs transreflexive LCD displays
Battery time: 8 hours per full charging (replaceable battery)
The control system fulfils stringent safety requirements in terms of reliability and operational safety.
The products are CE-marked and approved in accordance with machinery directive 2006/42/EG.
The radio conforms with the Radio Directive (2014/53/EU, RED) and Harmonized European Standard ETSI EN 300 220-2 V3.1.1
The radio module in the controller transmits in the range ISM 915 MHz and conforms with Part 15 i FCC and IC regulations in USA resp. Canada and Mexico.