WIKA Mobile Control Part #102031
WIKA Mobile Control PRS 90 Wireless Boom Angle Sensor for All Cranes.
WIKA Mobile Control Wireless Systems
Basil Equipment has earned a reputation as a market leader in WIKA Mobile Control Wireless Systems.
We specialize in Electronic Crane Indicators, Load Moment Indicators, WIKA Mobile Control (formerly Hirschmann MCS, PAT, Kruger), and Anti-Two Block Systems.
Basil Equipment, a WIKA Mobile Control Premier Dealer, carries one of the largest inventories in the United States of WIKA Mobile Control Wireless Systems, parts, and even hard to find computer boards. From updating an OEM crane warning system or installing a retrofit LMI, Basil Equipment has a crane safety solution for you.
WIKA Mobile Control Wireless Systems have been designed to provide indication from various types of sensors, i.e. A2B, Load, Wind and Angle.
The A2B system will warn the crane operator of a two-blocking condition of the crane. If a two-blocking condition is approached, the system will warn the operator by sounding an audible alarm, flashing the backlit LCD and locking out those functions which may aggravate the crane’s condition, whenever applicable.
If the system is set up for load, angle or wind, limits can be set by the user. When these limits are exceeded the system will warn the operator by sounding an audible alarm, flashing the backlit LCD and de-energize the lockout relay.
The system relay can be connected to the cranes lockout system. If so, the system will lock out when exceeding any of the user limits.
The term “two-block” is a crane term that refers to a condition when the load handling device comes in contact with the boom head. This condition, if not prevented, may cause the wire rope to break, allowing the load to fall. Either raising the load into the boom head, or telescoping the boom out without paying attention to the hoist line can cause a “two- block” condition.