Curtiss Wright Industrial Group News and PR from Curtiss Wright Industrial Group - Published 17 March 2016 Curtiss-Wright’s Industrial division announced that it will attend the The Work Truck Show and be promoting products from its legacy brands of Arens Controls, Penny & Giles and Williams Controls.
The CorporationÂ’s Industrial division has extensive experience in designing and manufacturing solutions for the monitoring and control of vehicles, including applications throughout the on-highway commercial vehicle sector.

Commenting for Curtiss-Wright, Senior Vice President & General Manager of the Industrial division, Kevin Rayment says: “Being one of North America's largest work truck events, this is an excellent opportunity to showcase Curtiss-Wright’s portfolio to thousands of industry professionals and a chance to appreciate the newest vocational truck and equipment offerings.”

Arens Controls: Operator interface control systems and power management products – including manual transmission shift controls; by-wire shift controls and shift-by-wire systems; hybrid vehicle traction inverters; power distribution modules; and DC/DC and DC/AC converters for export power and jobsite tool needs. Many of these systems can be found in applications in the hybrid vehicle market and on today’s most advanced commercial vehicles including medium- and heavy-duty trucks, school and transit buses, recreational vehicles, and agricultural and off-highway equipment.

Penny & Giles: Products include a range of finger- and hand-operated, multi-axis joystick controllers and handle options suitable for the control of truck-mounted cranes for material loading and unloading. These include the recently introduced model JC1200 paddle joystick. A range of linear, rotary and tilt sensors are also suitable for numerous vehicle applications, including the recently launched model NRH300DP no-contact rotary position sensor.

Williams Controls: Products from this market-leading brand in North America include a range of floor-mounted and suspended electronic throttle controls such as the recently announced WM-558 and WM-554 models; with complementary systems that include lever-operated and rotary electronic hand controls and a range of standard and customizable heavy-duty industrial joystick controllers, including the multi-axis WM580 CANbus model.
Curtiss-WrightÂ’s Industrial division announced that it will attend the The Work Truck Show

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