Wireless Attachment Control Trigger - 6 Channel | Skid Steer Genius
Wireless Attachment Control Trigger - AKA - WACT!!
Now Available! Our first customers are using these on Telehandlers where they have no controls on their booms. Now they do.
After years of tinkering, we have a Genius of a control solution for you. This is a wireless controller with six control channels that allows you to operate attachments remotely. What this means is that if your machine never came with auxiliary controls, you can now add them painlessly and inexpensively.
How does it work?
Using the latest in wireless technology we provide you with an easily mountable box that can be mounted right next to your control solenoids on your attachment. Plug in as many cables as needed up to six and then decide if you want to run completely wireless. If yes, then attach the optional battery box to the attachment.
Now decide on your controls. You can use the supplied phone app or the magnet mountable switch pack. The switch pack can be added to an existing overhead area or tie wrapped onto the side of your control handles.
We think we have thought of everything with this controller based upon decades of experience in attachment controls.
- Circuit Current Limit - Max 10 amps with a total of 50 amps. Most solenoids require 2 amps. If you need to draw higher current, contact us because it is possible.
- Operation Frequency - 2.4 ghz with frequency hopping.
- Real Time Battery Monitoring.
- Wireless App available as well as supplied 6 pack button control.
- Button pack mounts to flat or round surface.
Note: When using battery packs, your run time will vary depending on your loads, length of time for operation and ambient temperature. We have done our best to insure the pack will operate for at least an 8 hour shift. In your specific operation, if you are getting less than 8 hours, you are best to buy additional battery packs.
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Hello. I have an electric controlled bobcat blade which i am trying to use on a Cat skidsteer. I was wondering if your WACT 6 way controller woud work and also if there will be anything needed besides WACT
What do you mean by an electric controlled Bobcat blade? Grader? What size? Dozer? Box Blade? V-Blade? Cat Skid Steer....What model and Year?
Which controller would you recommend for a 2020 cat 246d3 skid loader?
What attachments are you trying to operate?
I have an older Hitch Doc Dual Dozer with trimble laser control , it has left cylinder up/down (momentary), right cylinder up/down (momentary, auto/ manual (toggle) and a flow control adjustment dial potentiometer on a 10 pin trimble cable, could the potentiometer be adjusted with a momentary switch? and do you offer a 10 pin cable for quick hook up if i sent you the wire diagram from Hitch Doc
I can look and see if you have something available.
Does it include a harness to 14 pin for attachment and 14 pin for power? Like what has been done in the video. I’m looking to run a firewood processor from outside the cab.
No. This was designed to plug directly into the solenoids. What you see here is what you get.
Hi, Will it fit a Takeuchi TL130 to drive a Bobcat SG60 Stump Grinder?
Yes, because it will not care about the machine.
I have a kubota SVL95 and I don’t have an aux connection I am trying to run a cat 8 pin stump grinder So Does this plug in to the solenoids on the attachment? And if I get the battery pack do I still need an aux cable on skid steer?
If you bought this, you would not need anything else as there is no connection to the machine.
Deutsch or Delphi plugs. Trying to order and it doesn’t ask what I need. Going to run a bobcat grader 84”
Correct. This is a brand new controller and we are seeing what the demand is for each. If you ask for Delphi's, we will send them along at no charge. I also see they still have not published our App in the App stores so once you receive the controller, email us and we will send you links to the latest apps. For now we have our developers app that works fine. Our app is just a little simpler to use.
We purchased this and it works well. Do you have a adapter from 4 pin to all the deutch connectors? This is on a snow blade and we want the extension to get it above the attachment some.
Please send me photos directly of what you mean by 4 pin. Also send me photos of how you installed the WACT.
We have a Jenkins wing blade here, main blade l/r, right blade l/r, left blade l/r. It runs on constant hyd and we'd like to plug this into the 14 pin connector to run the wings. It's on a telehandler so battery pack would be nice. Can you quote us what we need to run this set up?
It's funny. I designed this for rental attachments on skid steer loaders but all of my customers so far have been buying these for Telehandlers. Here is the link to what you need. The pricing is there. Just add as many batteries as you want. One is only needed in most cases. Also add a phone holder if you need one. You do not need a phone to run this because it comes with a FOB as well. Again, it's your choice. I would love photos of this installed on your Telehandler when you are done.
Here is the phone holder.
I want to use the wireless attachment control with the 2004 Mini Might Patrol MM60 Skid Steer Loader Hydraulic Grader Attachment is this possible?
It depends on how many solenoid controls you are hoping to operate. The WACT-6 is for use on 6 controls only.
Can this be used to run a machine say like a mini skid steer remote? Or does it only work threw the 14pin connector?
You can plug it into anything. Not proportional controls though.
I need to move 5 cylinders without reversing pump.
That would require 10 controls. Only the Super Controllers offer that many and two of them have a 6 second delay to actuate.
How many cylinders can I run with this controller?
Depends on your control block. It gives you 6 functions. That can be 6 separate cylinders where you reverse the pump for the opposite direction. Or, 3 x 2 way open center controls where the solenoids control the direction.