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Wireless Remote Control Benefits

Remote Control Technology’s line of dependable, durable wireless remote switching systems can and will make money for you and your business. Wireless remote control benefits include:

No legal issues

Obtaining access to or traversing properties with hard lines is extremely difficult.

No copper wire to steal

As the price of copper increases, so does the possibility that your wire will be stolen. Using a wireless remote system means no wire for thieves to steal.

Extended range

Unlike much of the equipment on the market, Remote Control Technology’s wireless remote equipment has long-range communication capabilities — up to 5 miles.

Eliminate the need for wire and conduit

Wire and conduit are expensive and high maintenance. Typical wear-and-tear, digging, rodent damage, theft, etc., are all examples of problems that can damage wire. RCT’s wireless remote systems put an end to these drawbacks of wired technology.

Higher profits

Wireless remote switching systems eliminate the costly, labor-intensive process of trenching and laying wire. As a result, the contractor can enjoy an increased profitability of 200 percent or more in this facet of the job.

No FCC licensing required

RCT equipment does not require FCC licensing, whereas much of the other equipment on the market does. This is a significant benefit, as the FCC licensing process alone may take up to 8 weeks.

Less maintenance and servicing

In many states a contractor is obligated by law to maintain pumping systems for up to a year after its installation. RCT switching systems eliminate a majority of these maintenance and servicing issues by automating the job. Fewer service calls mean higher profits.

Reliability and compatibility

All of the components that a contractor puts into a project must interface with one another and have the utmost reliability. RCT wireless remote equipment has proven to be highly compatible with standard equipment used in most industries, as well as offering unparalleled reliability in use with programmable logic controllers (PLCs), various switches and relays, etc.

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