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Magnetek XLTX Hazardous

Radio Remote Control for Hazardous or Potentially Explosive Locations

Magnetek offers three radio remote controls ideal for hazardous or potentially explosive locations. Telemotive XLTX and MLTX2 transmitters are ATEX and IECEx approved for EX Zone 0, Zone 1, and Zone 2 environments, while the Telemotive MLTX is intended for applications requiring non-incendive ratings to comply with North American requirements.

The flexibility of a remote control system allows the user to operate farther away from a dangerous situation than wired alternatives. These innovative radio remote controls can be applied to a variety of applications, including petrochemical operations, chemical plants, plane hangers, and industrial painting.

Related Products: Enrange XLTX, MLTX2, MLTX

 

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Specifications

Mechanical

Overall Dimensions L 12 x W 7.0 x D7.0 inches Certified ATEX, IEC
Mounting Available with a metal clip to secure to waist or a deluxe padded strap to carry over shoulder -

Electrical

Supply Voltage (Vdc) (4 ) AA batteries Rechargeable NiMH battery pack optional; charges via a micro-USB port
Radio Frequency 433 MHz frequency Synthesized RF
Inputs: Voltage/Frequency/Digital 4 single axis or 4 dual azxis joysticks with detents Synthesized RF or frequency hopping spread spectrum RF
Outputs: Digital LED's or LCD screen feedback Full programmable
Diagnostics/Screen Graphic display modules with system diagnostics available Custom engraving on transmitters per application
Connection CAN tethered option -
Rating Output dependent -
CAN Communication CAN-bus pendant option available J1939

Environmental

Operating Temperature Range -­40°C to +85°C -
Storage Temperature Range -­40°C to +85°C -
Environmental Protection NEMA 7 or NEMA 9 Sealed

System

Modules Configure the XLTX- HAZ on a Windows PC with optional Radio Control Programmer (RCP) ATEX APPROVVED-Approved II 1 G Ex II T4 Ga

Other

Engraving Custom engraving on transmitters per application -

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