MLC-HL receivers offer digital or proportional (Voltage Control or PWM) or a combination of both, RS232 and CAN. With 8 analog or digital inputs the MLC-HL is fully programmable. Operational frequencies for the MLC-HL include 4xxMhz, 8xxMHz, 1.2Ghz or 2.4Ghz.
Expandable to customer need
Full Analog and Digital capability
Rugged and reliable, our BMS-HL offers 12 relay outputs, modular expandability, full analog and digital capability and cable backup capability. The BMS- HL operates with 12/24 VDC supply and has LED diagnostics on board. The BMS-2 receiver is as versatile as the BMS-HL with 12 solid state FET outputs, up to 6 inputs, CAN interface capability, configuration software and up to 8 integrated proportional outputs.
Multiple CAN communication
For more complex operations, the CAN-HL control interfaces are 2x; CANOpen or J1939 or Generic CAN or Parker IQAN, RS232. With up to 4 analog or digital inputs the CAN-HL receiver can operate at 4xx, 8xx, 1.21Ghz or 2.4Ghz. H-Link programming capability is designed into each HL receiver.
Multiple input and output configurations available
Can operate at a wide range of frequencies
Range: 100m (300')
RX-14HL receiver is fully programmable via H-Link technology. The case is IP65 to handle harsh environments and comes with an external miniflex antenna. Offering four (4) digital inputs or 12 optional digital or analog inputs using an expansion board. The RX14HL is modular with extreme flexibility offering a wide range of digital outputs from 14 to 30 or option for up to 4 proportional or 6 analog outputs. With an RS232 interface the RX14 HL will operate in a wide range of frequencies including 4xx, 8xx, 1.2Ghz or 2.4Ghz.
Range 100m (300')
Weight: 710g (1.61lbs.)
DC Mobile Receiver is a lightweight and portable receiver that provides customers up to six (6) digital outputs via main contact (8A) and three (3) digital outputs with external powe supply (5A). With four (4) analog/digital inputs and one (1) digital input the DC Mobile is capable of operating at a wide range of frequencies including 4xxMhz, 8xxMhz, 1.2Ghz and 2.4Ghz.