FPHRC1002L00C00

Quick Remotes With LED Light

Quick Remotes With LED Light

Description

The Quick Remotes With LED Light was designed for remote operation of various on-board electrically operated equipment such as cranes, gangways, windlasses, sea ladders, etc.

Features

  • Watertight Deck Plug And Socket
  • Support Bracket For Stowing After Use
  • Built-In LED Lamp
List Price
$200.00
Your Price
$150.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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The main innovation of the multipurpose HRC hand-held remote control is the built-in LED lamp, facilitating operation in the dark. This is the only hand-held remote in the nautical sector with this exclusive feature.

 HRC is constructed with rubber inserts to ensure high strength, long durability, perfect watertightness, and a secure grip.

HRC remote controls are supplied complete with:

  • A connecting cable extensible up to 4.2M
  • A watertight deck plug and socket
  • A support bracket for stowing after use
  • Built-in LED lamp
  • HRC units are maintenance-free
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Quick Remotes With LED Light FPHRC1002L00C00 Remote With LED Light, 2-Button
$150.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Quick HRC1004L 4-Button Remote w/LED Light FPHRC1004L00C00 Remote With LED Light, 4-Button
$202.50
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