Industries Served

Wireless Remote Control Applications

Industrial wireless remote control applications are endless! Virtually any device that can be electrically turned on, turned off, or moved can be controlled remotely using BWI Eagle’s wireless relay switching. From simple applications such as strategic lighting and alarms to your more complex needs like automated conveyor or pump controls, our remote controls can eliminate cumbersome and expensive wires and cabling and increase the productivity of your personnel!

Examples of Industries Currently Using BWI Eagle Equipment

  • Aggregate
  • Agricultural
  • Amusement
  • Automation
  • Construction
  • Forestry
  • Law Enforcement
  • Manufacturing
  • Military
  • Mining
  • Oil & Gas
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Recycling
  • Sports
  • Steel
  • Transportation
  • Waste Management
  • And Many More!

Application Ideas

We've tried listing all the applications our remote controls have been used for, but we keep getting new ones every day! Here are a few to give you some ideas. Be sure to scroll to the bottom of the page to check out a few of Sandy's personal favorites.

  • Aggregate Bin Gates
  • Alarms & Beacons
  • Barriers and Gates
  • Conveyors
  • Crushers, Screeners, Shredders
  • Fountains
  • Generators
  • Grain Bin Gates & Elevators
  • Hoists
  • Industrial Doors and Gates
  • Industrial Fans
  • Lighting
  • Motors
  • Railcar Movers
  • Scales
  • Scoreboards
  • Traffic Signals
  • Valves
  • Well Pumps
  • Winches & Reels
  • And Countless More!

Sandy's Favorite Apps

  • Remotely trigger a net to trap eagles who were making their home on a busy airport runway so they can be safely relocated.
  • Handheld remote control for a diving coach to turn on bubbles in a dive pool to make the water "softer" for high dive landings.
  • Operate saws on a helicopter tree trimmer for power lines.
  • Remotely open a transport cage for release of a relocated nuisance bear from the safety of a helicopter hovering overhead.
  • Operate church bells.
  • Activate a special effects Miller Lite sign at a ball park when someone hits a homer.
  • Control moving targets at a long distance shooting range.
  • Control a fake cow to show off the skills of cutting horses for potential buyers.
  • Turn on and off heli-pad lights for a famous Nascar driver so he can land his helicopter after dark.
  • Operate signal tones for trainers to communicate with underwater animals at a famous wildlife amumsement park.
  • Control alarms to scare birds off building in urban areas.

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