Hetronic has also launched a user- or vendor-programmable radio remote control. The BMS-2 has a maximum of eight proportional and 12 on/off outputs. ‘The BMS-2 provides inputs for machine generated signals which can be logically programmed and/or transmitted back to the transmitter graphic display,’ Hetronic says.

It has also launched two new receivers: the small RXD 16 (16 solid state outputs and two proportional outputs) and the RX-14, compatible with the transmitters such as the Nova series. It features up to 20 on/off and up to three proportional outputs. Both receivers work with a new diagnostics system. H-Link relies on a handheld computer equipped with RF modem running the PocketPC operating system to set up and troubleshoot a receiver or transmitter.