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Radio Remote Control 900 ft. Operating Range, 20 Hr. Continuous Per Charge
- Item # 20J629
- Mfr. Model # FST512 Q101GR
- UNSPSC # 52161511
- Catalog Page # 1466
- Shipping Weight 9.0 lbs.
- ItemRadio Remote Control
- Functions6 (2-Step) + Start/Horn and Stop
- Frequency Range902 to 928 MHz
- Input Voltage42 to 240VAC
- Operating Time20 Hr. Continuous Per Charge
- Battery TypeNiMH Rechargable 3.6V
- ConnectionCable Glands
- Operating Range900 ft.
- Operating Temp. Range-13 Degrees to 158 Degrees F
- Output CurrentUp to 4 Amps
- Output VoltageUp to 240 Volts AC
- Receiver Size6-1/2" x 6-1/2" x 2-3/4"
- Transmitter512 Quadrix
- FeaturesTwo-Speed Radio Control System Designed for Medium to High Duty Industrial Applications
- Protection ClassIP 65
- IncludesReceiver, Transmitter and Accessories
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