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Remote-control crane: Your advantages

With the possibility of controlling cranes remotely, the crane operator is no longer tied to one location. He can freely decide from where he wants to control the crane with the remote control. This offers more options and allows the crane operator to choose the location with the best overview of proceedings. Conversely, this flexibility also means more safety for the crane operator and easier communication with colleagues.

The ABURemote radio control makes it easy to move the crane with the remote control. Pleasant operation and modern menu navigation enable ease of use.

Further features of ABURemote at a glance

  • User-friendly operation
  • Modern menu guidance
  • Resistant to radio frequency interference
  • Backlit display
  • Standard rechargeable batteries
  • Battery charging very straightforward
  • Ergonomic remote-control for cranes and hoists
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ABURemote gives you the freedom you need when transporting heavy loads. Move the load with your remote-control crane from the location where you feel safest and have the best overview.

Specially optimised for use on ABUS crane systems, ABURemote impresses with its high stability and ergonomics tailored to the crane operator's working day. Choose between two types of transmitters: the hand-held transmitter ABURemote Button or the joystick transmitter ABURemote Joystick. Control the cranes by using the two-stage buttons. The master switches allow you to control frequency-controlled drives. Accelerate or decelerate to reach the required speed and hold that speed with ease.

Even with its many functions, you will familiarise yourself quickly with ABURemote. The intuitively designed menu allows you to quickly access your crane functions. Four function buttons can be assigned individually to the commands you frequently need.

ABURemote automatically communicates on available radio channels with your crane and is the refore very interference-resistant. Consequently all commands are processed into the requested action.

With the Radio Remote Control ‘ABURemote Button’, which is specially designed for optimised ergonomics, you can operate your crane with a single hand. Thanks to large command buttons facilitating easy access to the finely adjusted pressure points, your hand will not tire even during continuous operation. This makes the ABURemote Button the ideal crane remote control.

Via the backlit display, data on chosen settings, active cranes and hoists, radio signal strength and battery charge is shown. The user recognizes the operating status of the crane system at a glance by the colours in the display. And – if a load indicator system has been installed – the weight of the load on the hook is displayed in gross or net form if required.

Charging the batteries is child’s play: Simply place the transmitter in the supplied charging cradle and the batteries in the transmitter will be charged by induction. Removal of the batteries is not required. The protective bag, wrist strap or shoulder strap also remain on the transmitter when charging. During charging, the transmitter automatically switches to stand-by mode and displays the progress of the charging process. The charging cradle can either stand on a surface or be mounted vertically on a wall. The accessories for wall mounting are included. It could not be more straightforward.

Forget expensive and complex replacement of special batteries. ABURemote works with standard rechargeable batteries with a charge life of more than 40 hours. Replacement rechargeable batteries may be carried in the waist harness of the Radio Remote Control ‘ABURemote Joystick’, meaning the batteries can be changed on the spot.

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Remote-control crane - Insights

How is a crane controlled remotely?

If a crane is controlled by a device physically attached to it, a pushbutton pendant will suffice. Increasingly, however, such control devices are equipped with radio technology, so that crane users can operate the crane from any location within the working area.