MCE Lasers have unveiled their latest standalone heavy duty electric mast system ME.14, giving customers flexibility when setting up machine control on their earthmoving machines. The system comprises of a heavy duty mast with shock cradle, in-cab display panel with large numeric LCD. The system can either act standalone or be integrated with an MCE machine control system. The system was designed so that customers could add and enjoy the benefits of an electric mast to their existing receiving system without going through the added expense of replacing the entire receiving system. MCE Lasers also saw a growing market of customers who had receiving systems from Topcon, Leica and Spectra physics who’s electric mast stopped working and needed a quick and reliable replacement yet cost effective
The ME.14 system now joins the already successful ME.12 electric mast system giving customers even more flexibility with a system that will suit both in price and functionality. The ME.14 in-cab display panel hosts a number of impressive features; the systems numeric display can be zeroed at any time and up to 4 separate values can be saved and accessed at a later stage. The Electric mast will also automatically adjust to the saved pre-sets when selected. The ME.14 has a stroke (lift) of 900mm making the systems minimum height 1750mm and maximum height 2650mm when fully extended.
Picture above showing electric masts without shock cradle
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