Herga Technology’s comprehensive switching range includes hand controls
As part of its comprehensive range of switching solutions, Herga Technology offers electric, infrared, USB and pneumatic hand control switches for demanding medical and industrial applications.
The range covers ergonomic designs that are easily adapted through a comprehensive ordering system for the number and level of switches (buttons/bellows), colours, labelling, lead length, connection type and more.
Herga’s 6310 electric series is available in standard or heavy-duty versions for up to eight switching functions with switching capacity options of 24 V at 1A or 250 VAC at 10A. The 6310 is also supplied as an infrared version with receivers for up to eight coded channels or as a bellows-type pneumatic switching version for up to six functions, and can be supplied complete with Herga’s air switches. A programmable USB switching version for 1 to 3 button functions is also supplied in the 6310 body style.
Other models include stylish electric and pneumatic switched versions specifically aimed at medical patient handling, therapy and mobility applications where the electric hand switching range meets the 2014/35/EU voltage directive with environmental protection ratings up to IPx8. Herga’s hand control range fully compliments its foot-switching products which are available as electric, pneumatic, USB, infrared and Bluetooth® technologies.
Herga also offers custom-built versions available to match customer livery and machine designs. For hand or foot actuated machine switching, Herga’s project-gate design and manufacturing process ensures thorough product development from the first concepts all the way through to production and beyond lifetime product support. Customised applications can include combined switching technologies as durable and ergonomic controls that enhance OEM’s industrial machinery and medical equipment products.
For more information please contact: Herga Technology Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +44 (0)1284 701422
Article date: Fri, 24 Feb 2017 14:07:04 +0000 GMT