6314 2.4GHz Transmitter and Receiver

  • Wireless controls operating on 2.4GHz, 16 channels
  • 1-10 buttons
  • Momentary switches as standard, latching available on request
  • 5 or 11 relay 12/24V DC receivers (IP66)
  • Standard range 30-40 meters
  • Simple pairing set up
  • Additional transmitters can be connected to 1 receiver
  • Operates with standard AAA batters (Handsets A & B)
  • Rechargeable li-on (Handset C)
  • Operating Temperature -20ºC to +55ºC
  • Transmitters rated IP66/IP67
  • Customised overlays available for OEMs

 

Description

Herga 6314 2.4GHz Transmitter and Receiver

  • Wireless controls operating on 2.4GHz transmitter, 16 channels
  • 1-10 buttons
  • Momentary switches as standard, latching available on request
  • 5 or 11 relay 12/24V DC receivers (IP66)
  • Standard range 30-40 meters
  • Simple pairing set up
  • Additional transmitters can be connected to 1 receiver
  • Operates with standard AAA batters (Handsets A & B)
  • Rechargeable li-on (Handset C)
  • Operating Temperature -20ºC to +55ºC
  • Transmitters rated IP66/IP67
  • Customised overlays available for OEMs

Herga hand controls have features to make them customisable, easy to use, and safe for different environments. Depending on the use of the hand control there are often different desirable features. For applications in patient handling, many of the features make them easier to use, with lighter touch and bigger buttons. For applications in more industrial environments our hand controls are durable and robust to withstand the wear and tear they may be subjected to without being compromised.

Herga hand controls have the following features;

  • Durable
  • Multiple buttons –  2,4, 6 or 8 buttons depending on the hand control – this means they can be used in multi-functional applications
  • Large, soft buttons for patient handling applications
  • Optional cables – curly or straight
  • Various colour options available
  • Lightweight
  • Water proof
  • Different connection options – Infrared, USB, electrical connections
  • Electric or pneumatic functions making them suitable for different environments
  • IP ratings – see data sheets for full details

Some of the most common applications which use hand controls are;

Hand Controls for Patient Hoists – Patient hoists can be used in the home or in medical facilities to move patients from one location to another; for example, from a bed to a chair or sometimes the system is larger and can be used from room to room.

Hand Controls for Medical Beds – Our hand controls are also used for medical beds to reposition the bed to a more comfortable position for the patient.

Hand Controls for Bath or Stair Lifts – Bath and Stair lifts are used within people’s homes as an assisted way of getting around. The hand control is used to operate the actuator which then moves the seat itself ensuring the patient can move safely within their home.

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