TELEREMOTES

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Control Room

  FULLY EQUIPPED CONTROL-ROOM Two TV’s, fibre-optic receiver, dc-dc converter, TCM-1G, power-bar, battery Charger, 12v battery, operator’s chair, enabler                                   Not many customers need the fibre-optic extended-range option so it’s not included in this standard control-room layout. If ac …

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Fibre Optic Tx-Rx

  Dominion Diamond’s Ekati Mine in the North West Territories is a large block caving mine which has 10 Nautilus AGS ready systems installed throughout the mine. The first of the eight full AGS systems will be installed and commissioned on May 07, 2014. There are five Control Rooms each of which uses a Nautilus …

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Laser Barrier

                                       

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LHD Video Transmitter and JB3 box

  This unit is mounted on the loader. It has two very powerful magnets bolted to the bottom of the enclosure which ensure a very strong and instant attachment to any ferrous steel surface. Magnetic attachment is useful because it allows the unit to be attached to any part of the loader including the cab …

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Loader Antennas

                              The CPVA-Tx Video-Antenna has a very powerful magnet for instant attachment to any ferrous steel surface. The standard length for the Video-Antenna coax cable is 2m. The front and rear CPVA-Tx video antennas are identical. The CPVA-Tx Video-Antenna on the loader transmits …

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NAUTILUS AGS – LHD Submersible Cameras

  The operator will have fingertip control of the six cameras installed on the loader. Two cameras at the front are used when the loader is tramming forward, the front-side camera is offset to the left side so the camera view is not blocked as the boom is raised.  The third front camera is a …

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Nautilus Electric Loader

  1/5th SCALE R2900 LOADER To develop and fully test all Powercam and AGS systems, Nautilus designed and manufactured their own mini-electric loader in 2000. One important feature is the small size of this loader because it has forced Nautilus to work hard to miniaturize and simplify all of their Powercam equipment so that it …

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Operator’s Control Chair and Chair Enabler

  Air suspension, 360° rotation and many different features and adjustments.  

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Operator’s TC2 Radio Control

  The TC2 is very light 0.45Kg (1 Lb) and comfortably small. EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON The emergency stop button (E-Stop) should be pulled up to apply power to the TC2. Hit down on the E-Stop to cut the power from the internal batteries to the TC’s circuit board. TILT-DETECTOR The Tilt-Detector is activated when the TC is …

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Power Bar PB1

The TCM-1G and the two TV’s are usually located inside a Toyota Land Cruiser or a more formal Control-Cabin. Since the Toyota only has a 12v car battery the TCM and the two TV’s must operate from this 12vdc source. This is a very useful feature in applications where no 110ac or 220vac is available. To make sure that …

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Star Splitter

  For mines with a much larger teleremote tramming area, the Star-Splitter is a great solution as shown in this photograph. The ‘Star’ is small unit that can be added to any Nautilus Teleremote system and will quadruple the tramming area. Instead of a single coax cable with a maximum of six Super-Amps, the ‘Star’ …

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TCM-1G Module

                              The TCM-1G may be small but it’s powerful and it’s the only electronic module required in the control-room.

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Toyota Control Room and Tunnel Equipment

  A Toyota Land Cruiser is used to house the equipment and provide 12v power.. As shown below, a single, inexpensive coax. cable C1 connects TCM-1G to the first Super-Amplifier (Amp-1) which is usually about 100m away. Another 100m of the same coax. connects Amp-1 to Amp-2 with another 100m between Amp-2 and Amp-3 and …

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Tunnel Antennas

  The small size, light weight and powerful magnetic base on both antennas lets an installer instantly attach either antenna to any available roof-bolt plate in the tunnel. Another way is to hang steel plates on a chain and attach the antennas and Super-Amp to them.                   …

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Tunnel Super-Amp

                                  The Super-Amp was a major breakthrough for the Nautilus R&D team because it requires only a single, inexpensive coax cable to carry the Radio Control commands, the Status Feedback plus two colour Video Channels and the unique cable …

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TV for Testing Teleremote Systems

  The 8″ LCD TV (shown left) can be specially equipped with any standard tripod, but it is normally mounted on a small plastic base as shown below on the right. This 8” TV is used for testing purposes only. It is very convenient to place this 8” TV on the loader during installation or …

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Video TX-2 Transmitter

LONG RANGE 800’  VIDEO TRANSMITTER REAR VIEW                                                                                                 …

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Wireless Laser Barrier

    The Wireless Laser Barrier (WLB) has several advantages: 1. It allows the user to be reasonably close to a loader so he can remotely control it using his TC2 (see photo in the bottom left corner) and be protected by one or two wireless laser barriers. 2. The WLB can operate up to …

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