Pushbuttons or Footswitches
Simple human interface devices for initiating the lift's movement.
Autoquip offers a variety of joystick controllers to guide the operation of our scissor lift equipment.
Relays (Mechanical or Programmable)
A basic device to add simple “if this happens, do this” logic to the system.
Limit Switches (Mechanical or Proximity)
Limit switches are used to initiate, stop, indicate a position, or activate another device.
A device used to detect the distance, absence, or presence of an object by using a light transmitter and receiver.
Encoders (Rotary or Linear)
Converts a relative position (rotary or linear) to an analog or digital signal for further processing by the controls system.
Programmable Logic Controllers
PLC's are digital computers used for automation of electromechanical processes.
HMI's are the part of the control system that handles the interaction between the operator and the machine.
Variable Frequency Drive
VFD's are adjustable speed controls used in electro-mechanical drive systems to control motor input frequency and voltage.
Remote Access Connectivity
Autoquip offers “Engineer in a Box,” allowing engineers at Autoquip to interact with networked control systems in the field.
A mobile HMI touchscreen controls the equipment, receiving feedback and effectively monitoring the operation.