Venturo® Releases New Crane Safety Control Management System

The new Venturo Logic Control (VLC™) crane safety management system provides safe crane operations for operators. Features of this new system include vehicle stability/grade indications, overload protection, wireless or CAN communication, and multiple alerts and displays utilizing lights, controller vibrations and screen text.

As part of the new VLC™ system, operators will receive an all-new wireless-remote, pistol-grip controller. This will be a standard feature as part of the system for all proportionally-controlled Venturo hydraulic service cranes. The VLC™ controller offers more comfort and less fatigue with over 60 hours of battery life, 4-line, 20-character screen display, (7) 2-way toggle switches, (4) momentary push buttons, vibration and LCD display alerts with 2.4GHz wireless or wired cable operation.

Precision, overload-protection increases the operator’s safety by controlling and preventing any type of overload on the service crane. A result of this feature is a lighter-weight crane which increases payload capacity on your service truck.

For more information, visit www.venturo.com.

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