Wireless remote control

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Marty
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Wireless remote control

Post by Marty » Wed Dec 04, 2013 7:55 pm

any suggestions for brand and model?

Using wincnc with Hypertherm on Shop sabre table

Thanks
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Re: Wireless remote control

Post by abmagrum » Wed Dec 04, 2013 8:49 pm

hey, Marty
the one at the plasma spider store works. http://www.plasmaspider.com/shop/remote.html
there good people there too.
if you have any questions just ask them .
I got mine there plus the filter system.
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Marty
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Re: Wireless remote control

Post by Marty » Wed Dec 04, 2013 8:54 pm

Thanks abmagrum

How long have you had it working?

How long did it take to set it up?

About how often for you test or use it?

If there was ONE thing you could change about the design or function of the unit, what would that ONE thing be?

Thanks much

Marty
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Re: Wireless remote control

Post by abmagrum » Wed Dec 04, 2013 9:42 pm

it works the same as the keyboard.
I tested it for someone .
you just plug it in like a mouse and youre good to go.
I think the only question you will have is what keys to push to raise and lower the torch
I ordered mine before I got my table. I found at this point and time I don't need it. maybe down the road.
it is a nice little unit . it does work nice. if you need one. it would be the one to by.it is nice and small but not to small.
just ask at the store how to raise and lower torch .its easy I just forgot the keys
Arclight 4x4
hypertherm 65
corel x6
mach 3, sheet cam
miller 211 auto set

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Re: Wireless remote control

Post by mike 1948 » Fri Dec 06, 2013 12:00 pm

I used one like this which is just a mini keyboard. Worked great but range is limited by Bluetooth.
http://www.amazon.com/FE01-BL-Wireless- ... d+trackpad

Mike

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