The Ritron TS-142-GW remote control radio switch includes built-in VHF or UHF RF telemetry radio, as well as a dual-relay DTMF decoder. It enables wireless control of any device that can be turned on or off.
The system works by utilizing a dual-relay decoder board that responds to predetermined DTMF tones, which activate or de-activate one or both of its relays. These relays can be hardwired to various types of devices, including pump motors or lighting systems. This solution is ideal for any application where a contact closure is needed to remotely control a device.
This two-way radio is housed in a durable, weather-tight enclosure, making it ideal for use in adverse environments such as manufacturing, mining and tunnelling.
Key features include:
- Long-range remote control
- No trenching or remodelling required
- A simple addition to existing radio systems
- East to install
- PC programmable
- Self-contained, all-in-one device
Based in the US, Ritron designs and manufactures industrial-grade wireless communication equipment. The Ritron TS-142-GW remote control radio switch is available through Carroll Technologies’ online mining store, along with other Riton products, including the quick talk transmitter.
Carroll Offers an extensive stock of mining communication, monitoring and safety equipment. Purchasing wireless communication solutions for mines and tunnels through Carroll Technologies gives customers access to MinerCare 24/7, the most comprehensive product support service in the mining industry. MinerCare offers around the clock technical assistance, as well as rapid response to emergency situations- supporting more than 800 mines with a spare parts inventory worth more than $7 million from 70+ manufacturers at 13 distribution centers across the US. Carroll also performs factory-authorized repair and certification, maximizing the value of customer investment.
To contact Carroll for a quote or to discuss which wireless communication equipment products will work best for your mining project, send an inquiry here or call 606-573-1000.