Industrial remote control SIR-25 for Digital Indicators

April 27, 2020

Industrial remote control SIR-25 for Digital Indicators

The new industrial remote control SIR-25 designed for Simex devices configuration is available now for sale!

The SIR-25 remote control as an infrared transmitter functions as a remote keyboard and allows you to program the devices of our production which are equipped with an infrared receiver. The remote control features a five-button keyboard, including the F/Σ/RESET function button* dedicated to the operation of the devices in the following group: counters, flow meters, and tachometers. An ergonomic and modern housing has been designed keeping all the requirements for industrial equipment.

SIR-25 provides:

  • comfortable, remote work with a device - up to 5m
  • modification of parameters of a device without having to unseal its casing
  • user safety - anyone can use an individual transmitter
  • long service life without frequent battery replacement
  • easy replaceable the coin cell battery CR2032


* The function button F/Σ/RESET will be supported for devices manufactured from May 2020.

The SIR-25 remote control replaces the SIR-15 device, which is not longer available.

Email us with your requirements: sales@stork.solutions






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