- CAN Module
- CAN Module
- Analogue Lever
- CAN Module
- Foot Pedal
solution to the world of ever expanding mobile
control and electronics, IQAN is the next generation
of simplicity for machine design and functionality.
Based on CAN bus technology,
signals from various sensors and controls can be
tied together onto 2 signal wires and fed back to
the main controller, thereby minimizing wiring and
potential fault paths. This is especially useful
for cranes that utilize rotary swivels or mobile
equipment with multiple sensors on the boom tip.
The system is also expandable, an ever-important
feature in today’s fast paced high tech world;
with only a little re-programming new modules can
be readily added to provide extra controls or sensors
to meet your needs as required. One unique feature
of CAN bus is remote diagnostics; this can be in
the form of a laptop computer, a palm pilot, or even
a cell phone via modem.
The key to IQAN’s success
over the competition is ease of programming. Other
systems can say they have a CAN bus system, but
none have the ability to program the units so easily.
With the uniquely designed software, adjustments
are only a click away, saving you both time and money.
unique feature of this system is the MDM user interface
panel. Operating under the CAN bus architecture,
the IQAN system allows the operator to ‘see’ how
the system is operating, and will let you know
when there is a failure before it becomes a problem.
and temperature monitoring, position feedback,
fault diagnosis, engine speed control and so much
are all possible
thanks to the unique capabilities of IQAN.
range of controls are offered for this system.
The broad line of 0–5V analog levers can be used,
including single or multiple axis joysticks, foot
pedals, there is also an electronic gas pedal controller
to speed the engine up when required. Alternatively,
you can go with the more advanced CAN bus based units
for the more demanding applications; under the CAN
bus system, a unique protocol for engines (J1939)
can be readily accessed for engine speed control,
thereby meeting the new emission regulations of today
and down the road.
Sensors are the key to any integrated
system, and with the IQAN systems’ pressure
and temperature sensors you have the ultimate in
Like many of us know, cost also
plays an important role in any machine design. With
that, Parker has recently come up with the TOC2 and
TOC8 mobile controllers; dedicated valve drivers
to interface with standard 0–5V joysticks
and controls to offer you a complete range of alternatives.
Basic adjustments are made simply with the turn
a screwdriver, but also with the ability to be
programmed via software for demanding applications
for the ultimate
in design flexibility.