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- Steute has been building industrial automation components since 1961. As part of this focus, they manufacture-to-order an array of industrial-grade, cCSAus-Certified switches expressly designed for industrial applications. Their product line offers products in the following segments: Automation, Extreme and Wireless, all of which are known for durable and robust design and unmatched quality.

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Wireless Industrial Grade Foot Switches

steute Wireless’ industrial-grade wireless foot switches feature batteryless internal energy generator to send unique, coded signals to compatible receivers.

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Wireless, Non-Contact Magnetic Sensors

steute Wireless’ wireless non-contact magnetic sensors, in the presence of their actuating magnet, send a unique, coded telegram to one or more compatible receivers.

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Wireless, Batteryless Pushbutton Switches

steute Wireless' pushbutton switches are wireless pushbutton switches featuring an internal electrodynamic energy generator.

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Wireless, Batteryless Limit Switches

steute Wireless' industrial controls offers a comprehensive line of wireless, batteryless limit switches.

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Function and usage of "Listen Before Talk" (LBT)

"Listen before Talk" technology (LBT) prevents several wireless switching devices from all transmitting signals at the same time. But how exactly does this "time management" system work?

Publish Date: 2017-11-22

Cable free switch control

steute Wireless // Cable free switch control

Publish Date: 2017-11-22

Setting and monitoring a status signal

The wireless switching devices transmit a status signal to the receiver at pre-defined intervals. Using the example of an RF I/O unit with an inductive sensor, we show you how easy it is to set and monitor the status signal.

Publish Date: 2017-11-22

Pairing an sWave® SAFE wireless foot control

For the initial operation of a wireless foot control, the switch has to be paired once with the corresponding receiver unit, using a pairing cable.

Publish Date: 2017-11-22

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