Electromotive Systems of the USA has upgraded its photo-electric crane collision avoidance system, making it more compact and less costly, without sacrificing quality.

The improved ReFlx 120 features a solid-state control board in a smaller enclosure, making it easier to install.

The ReFlx 120 differs from its predecessor system, the ReFlx 100, in that all of the components are now located on one control card instead of individually mounted and wired on an enclosure sub panel. Because there is no mounting of individual components and also no wiring between individual components, the manufacturer says the labour is reduced, which ultimately reduces the price.

ReFlx 120 systems “are ideal for use with all types of adjustable frequency drives and stepped controls,” Electromotive says.