What is a two-hand no-tie-down control?
A two-hand no-tie-down control is a device which requires an operator to have both hands on the control (not in a pinch point) in order to activate a cylinder. If an operator ties one button down and attempts to operate the control with one hand on the other button the control will not give an output signal.
|COMPACT DESIGN WITH 1 3/8" DIAMETER PUSH BUTTONS (RECESSED).|
|LIGHT ACTUATION PRESSURE.|
|INPUT AND OUTPUT CORD INCLUDED.|
|ROUNDED EDGES, NO SHARP EDGES OR CORNERS TO INJURE OPERATOR.|
|QUICK AND SIMPLE INSTALLATION, BOLT THE CONTROL DOWN AND PLUG IN.|
|NO OUTPUT IF CONTROL POWERED UP WITH BUTTONS PUSHED.|
|120 VAC INPUT AND OUTPUT. OTHER CONFIGURATIONS AVAILABLE|