The transmitter ZEUS NJ has been developed for use with high complexity machines
potentiometers, push-buttons and selector switches represent the ideal types of movement
The spacious console has room for a large number of commands making ZEUS NJ flexible
for complex AC and DC powered applications.
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The command for turning the radio system into working mode. Horn command is activated
simultaneously to signal the machine is ready to operate.
The CAT4 (EN 954-1), mushroom head mechanically latching button is protected against
falls by a bumper keeping at the same time a maximum easiness of access.
“Contactless” extractable key:
The contactless magnetic key is a standard feature in all radio remote controls.
No more metallic keys that rust and are not waterproof.
Materials: synthesis of strength , lightweight and environmental care
IMET’s products comply with the directive RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances).
The materials we use are robust, mechanically and thermally stable and resistant
to chemically aggressive environments
Extractable rechargeable NiMH
Compared with the previous NiCd batteries, the new NiMH generation grants a larger
autonomy together with a negligible “memory effect”.
The transmitter is equipped with an easily accessible battery slot that enables its
fast replacement maintaining at the same time a perfect sealing against liquids and
Gold plated contacts guarantee a long and stable electrical connection over the years.
All IMET transmitters are equipped with a led providing information about the working
status, the battery level and coded messages
All motion commands feature double step push buttons with large print for a comfortable
use also wearing gloves and for long work shift. The tags are easily interchangeable
and can be chosen among a vast range of standard symbols.
Control panel graphics:
Thanks to modern digital printing, IMET is able to customize the graphics of your
transmitter texts and symbols in function to your needs. For example, complex lay
outs can be organized with colour coding of groups of functions improving the ease
of use and reducing involuntary activations.