Redmond, WA (PRWEB) October 16, 2009
Remote Control Technology today announced a new advanced model of its popular two-channel Medium Range Wireless Switch System. The new unit has two 12VDC relays with NC/NO contacts on each of the receiver's outputs. The relays are rated to switch 6 amps at 250VAC or 30VDC, and come attached to the din rail.
"Cannon Water Technology appreciates the addition of pre-wired relays because it allows for faster, more accurate installation. This makes Remote Control Technology's wireless system a true turn-key solution," says Dave Cannon, manager of the rapidly growing California-based industrial distributor. In addition to the relays, upgraded power supplies and repositioned interior components simplify installation and enhance performance.
Cindy Gladner, VP for Remote Control Technology, says " Getting these enhanced systems out in the field has been a high priority. We are confident that the additions to the Medium Range System will increase efficiency, and reduce the amount of time our clients spend installing the product." Pricing for the Medium Range System will not be affected by the new additions.
Apart from offering low-cost equipment and simplified solutions, Remote Control Technology wishes to build and strengthen relationships through the client-focused services they provide.
About Remote Control Technology (http://www.remotecontroltech.com)
Founded in 1982, Remote Control Technology (RCT) is the leading developer of RF (radio frequency) wireless communication systems. The rugged easy-to-use FM transmitters and receivers are durable, operate at long range and are guaranteed to perform. With thousands of units sold, Remote Control Technology is found in many PLC (programmable logic controller) and SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) systems. Remote Control Technology's clients include Raytheon, Ford, Microsoft, Exxon Mobil, Boeing and the California Department of Transportation. Remote Control Technology's wireless products are used at prominent facilities such as Safeco Field, PacBell Field, The Cincinnati Zoo, as well as hundreds of airports, parks and industrial facilities. The company also manufactures custom RF radio telemetry systems for the U.S. Army 101 Airborne Division and other United States Special Forces projects. Currently serving military, irrigation, pump, conveyor and facility management industries, Remote Control Technology is located in Redmond, Washington and stands firm behind the performance of its wireless products.