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AC-ET Gears Up for Kinesys DigiHoist Controller

AC-ET Gears Up for Kinesys DigiHoist Controller


A.C. Entertainment Technologies (AC-ET) Ltd's Rigging division, the exclusive UK reseller for Kinesys, is all geared up to provide demonstrations of the innovative new Kinesys DigiHoist digital hoist controller range.

At the core of the system is a digital communications link that enables multiple units to be daisy chained together. The units will automatically assign channels according to their position in the daisy chain. The high resolution OLED displays offer comprehensive channel feedback including channel number, status and load cell information.

The DigiHoist platform has been designed from the ground up to be upgradable. Options include encoder inputs, as well as Ethernet and LibraCELL connectivity.

The digital link incorporates self-healing emergency stop connections eliminating the need for shorting plugs in the system. Safety features include hoist presence indication, limit monitoring and group halting on fault conditions.

The range includes a choice of industry standard “Socapex” and “Harting” type connections, low voltage and direct control versions, and 8, 16 and 32 channel handheld remote options.

A.C. Rigging's Sales Manager, Adam Beaumont, commented, "The Kinesys DigiHoist is the controller we have been waiting for. Its progressive design and expandability make it a wise, future proof investment. It's definitely the smart solution for anyone looking to invest in digital motor control today."

To arrange a demonstration with AC-ET's Rigging division, please call 0113 255 7666 or email [email protected]

For more press information on A.C. Entertainment Technologies, please contact Louise Stickland on +44 7831 329888 or +44 1865 202679 or EMail ; [email protected]

For more information from AC-ET direct, please contact:

A.C. Entertainment Technologies Ltd.

+44 (0)1494 446000

[email protected]

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