Central Monitoring Wireless Remote Control System

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The central monitoring wireless remote control system is designed based on advanced computer and communication technologies, which makes it a better product than the conventional ones. The GUI (Graphical User Interface) based monitor and control systems make the operation user-friendly. Meanwhile, our central monitoring wireless remote control system is able to control and monitor 16 navigation stations in real time, and functions to provide the information of equipment status, room temperature and humidity, and power system parameters, etc.

The central monitoring wireless remote control system supports both wired and wireless transmission and the maximum transmission distance is up to 15km. Its data transmission system has a strong immunity to interferences due to adoption of error correction codes and FSK modulation method. The system also provides an elaborate database to satisfy customers' varied needs. In addition to aviation communication system, the central monitoring wireless remote control system can also be used in mining corporations, and traffic control systems, etc.

Our company is a China-based central monitoring wireless remote control system manufacturer. We also offer marker beacon, non-directional beacon, AIS automatic identification system, ECS electronic chart system, and much more.

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