Test equipment: Second phase of multi-sensor indicator announced

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Monitoring system: Hirschmann Automation and Control (PAT) introduces Phase II of the PRS90 multi-sensor indicator. This system was designed to improve productivity in lifting applications and meet industry standards for indicating devices.

Phase II of the PRS90 offers a flexible design that allows for incorporating both wireless and/or hardwired sensors into the system. The PRS90 features the option of a 4.3” or 7” color graphic display with user friendly navigation allowing the operator to easily set limits and modify sensor configurations. The system allows for monitoring single or up to eight sensors including combinations of load, anti-two block, boom angle, and wind speed. With an IP 66/67 rating, the console can be mounted either inside or outside of the cab.

Hirschmann’s MCS division supplies information, monitoring, and control systems that meet OEM and aftermarket requirements in lifting applications.

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