CDTpro™ with Range Finder™ Technology
The CDTpro™ control system is an ergonomically designed handheld transmitter with an over-molded rubber bumper system to maximize durability while keeping lightweight. CDTpro™ has a full suite of feedback screens including current load on the crane, distance to maximum capacity and vibratory alerts to let the operator know when they are approaching the maximum load capacities.
- Load capacity of the crane as a percentage
- Current weight being lifted by the crane
- Weight remaining
- Max radius of crane with current load
- Current radius of crane
- Current boom angle of crane
- Current boom extension of crane
- Vibration alerts as crane approaches max capacity
- Warning notifications
*Measurements available in both imperial and metric systems.
- Heavy-Duty Cranes: 7621, 7630, 8621, 8630, 9621, 9630, 10621, 10630, 12621, 12630, & 14530
MAXIMIZE THE EFFICIENCY OF YOUR EQUIPMENT
Park the truck, walk to the load and let CDTpro™ with Range Finder™ estimate the crane’s capability at a distance. With Range Finder™ technology, CDTpro™ gives you the power to gauge distance and calculate crane capacities from the remote’s exact location, without having to unstow the crane, increasing your productivity.
Hover over the numbered callouts below to learn more about how this latest Stellar innovation will power the productivity and reliability of your equipment.
Handheld Capacity Alert
CDTpro™ equipped cranes are the first in the mechanic crane market to offer integral capacity alert into the handheld controller displayed on an LCD screen. This system alerts the operator of increasing loads before they encounter maximum capacity.
Crane Boost System
The industry-first crane boost which debuted with CDTplus™ is now also available on Stellar® CDTpro™ equipped cranes. This allows operators who reach maximum capacity to effectively increase crane capacity to nearly 118% of normal operating mode for a short period of time.
Enhanced Safety System
Like the CDTplus™, CDTpro™ equipped cranes feature an enhanced safety system. If a device intended to monitor the capacity of the crane operates incorrectly, the crane will put itself into safe mode. This mode will allow the operator to work with the crane at a reduced speed to finish the job and stow the crane until the safety device is in proper working order.