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    New Safety Radio Remote Control Solutions Join to Imet’s M880 Serie

    IMET was founded in 1988 and is today, one of the pioneering companies in the development and manufacturing of industrial safety radio remote controls with a sale network covering 40 countries around the world.

    IMET radio remote control M880. Source: IMET

    IMET is a blend of individuals who pool their talents to listen to the market and to customer needs. IMET has thus given a strong response in terms of flexibility, safety and ergonomics; in one word, the M880 solution.

    The new models WAVE2, ARES2, KRON, ZEUS2, THOR2, MODIN and RAY are the result of the experience gathered over years and the combination of high-level technical skills.

    The last model launched is ZED: extremely compact but with many features suitable for any type of machine.

    All models present important features, like the STOP circuit, which ensures the highest level of security in accordance to European and international standards; the newly designed boxes realized with high-resistance material and capable of operating at a -25°C to 70°C working temperature range.

    All new radio remote controls can memorize each event that has caused a breakdown or a crash, as well as the its actual working hours.

    A dedicated diagnostics tool allows you to set and check the main operating parameters and to view the list of the most significant events that have occurred, by simply interfacing it to a PC and to the remote control.

    All models are equipped with “AFA” (Adaptive Frequency Agility) technology. It avoids manual frequencies changes. The radio remote control continuously searches and selects the less impeded channel among the available ones.

    A new feature is the programmable PIN code, which allows you to set a start pin code, so that the device can only be used by authorized personnel.

    The new series M880 launched other interesting news: the backlit panel option for all transmitter models for a perfect readability in gloom or low-light situations and the three-axis joystick in PL D category characterized by a bidirectional rotating knob that can control both ON-OFF and proportional outputs.

    Today, IMET’s sale network covers 40 countries around the world and can boast a very wide and articulated range of products, capable of suiting the majority of requirements inside industrial lifting, construction, agricultural sectors and many more. In addition to the standards models designed for the most traditional applications, the company places a specialized staff of technicians in charge of customizing radio remote controls, according to specific customer requirements.

    IMET will continue to be flexible and to respond to new technology challenges and customer needs with products that can go along and adapt themselves quickly. At the same time, IMET will keep its well-known customer oriented attitude, which has been the main company driver and the reason of success.

    Source: Imet

    Chiara De Paoli
    Chiara De Paoli
    Editor at HeavyQuip Magazine and International Operations Manager for V22 Media