Control cables commonly used for transmission of linear motion in a straight line such as throttle control, brake engagement, power take-off engagement, engine choke, clutch & drive engagement, speed selection, and mechanism lock out and release.
Panel Control Systems consist of power take off, turn-to-lock, and Vernier Control systems. These three systems are designed for remote PTO shifting operations, severe vibration applications where a lock is needed (i.e. chokes and throttles), and applications needing precise RPM settings.
Push-Pull Assemblies are used in numerous applications requiring the transmission of force. These assemblies are used when the transmission of force is required in both directions of the assembly travel such as throttle control, drive activation, remote disconnects, and valve actuation.
Brake cable and lever systems are mechanical control systems used for brakes on a variety of vehicles and equipment. Various sizes and hardware options are available and customizable to the application.
Wescon’s RVCs are designed to allow the operator to manually control a hydraulic valve or hydrostatic transmission from a distance. Common applications are for dump truck beds, snow plow blades, and farm equipment and can be found inside a cab or on the opposite side of equipment.
A rotary push-pull control is a push-pull control that utilizes a lever instead of a plunger style control to transmit force in both directions of the assembly travel. These can be mounted on either a panel or a handle bar and are commonly found on throttles and light duty hydraulic valves.
Electronic Remote Position Controls (RPC) are designed to deliver precise electronic controlling capability through utilizing specially programmed Hall Effect sensors. These controls come in dial actuated and lever actuated configurations and are typically used with EFI engines to precisely regulate throttle speed.
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