Remote boom control now available on select JLG telehandlers
This new feature enables operators to control the boom from outside the cab, providing improved visibility during load placement.
Telehandlers are often used to place loads on top of buildings, such as setting HVAC units into place on rooftops. With remote boom control, operators have the ability from outside the cab to place material at height, achieving precision placement further onto a building. And, it can potentially eliminate the need for two people — one in the cab and one at the location where the material is being placed — for improved job site efficiency.
On JLG telehandlers equipped with the remote boom control feature, operators are able to wirelessly operate the following machine functions: Engine startup, boom raise / lower, boom extend / retract, fork tilt up / down and auxiliary hydraulics.
When operating the remote boom control from the fork-mounted work platform, a platform docking station is required. This docking station provides a stable surface to magnetically mount the remote-control box.
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