Wireless & Electronic Machine Controls

Overhead Bridge Cranes, Mining, Mobile Hydraulic and Industrial Equipment

In the mine, the mill or on the job site Cervis industrial wireless and mobile electronic control solutions provide innovative, dependable solution for machine manufactures and operators.  We have earned a reputation for superior products, engineering and applications expertise. Our market focus includes mining, mobile Hydraulic equipment, industrial, locomotive, and overhead crane industries. We compliment our design, development and applications expertise having formed strategic corporate partnerships with Ikusi and TTControl.


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Cervis – Ikusi to exhibit at 2012 MINE Expo

Cervis and its partner Ikusi of San Sebastian, Spain are preparing to exhibit at the 2012 MINE Expo in Las Vegas, NV – September 24-26th.  As the mining market(s) have been a pillar of Cervis’ 20 year growth they are looking to showcase their new International IECEx certification coupled by many new products including a host of new IECEx wireless and electronic controls for hazardous environments.  Continued development of the SmaRT wireless product line is also going to be a focus in their stand as many new I/O models and the new MCB (mini console box) will be exhibited.  Additionally, the anticipated release of new TM70 iKontrol hardware and software features, including an expanded TM70 receiver offering, to include models geared toward mobile hydraulic markets will be a highlight of Ikusi.  This builds on the recent release of the TM70 Hall Effect proportional pushbutton in the TM70/1 and 2 model handhelds and the iKontrol-3 console box transmitter with color TFT display.  The exhibition is anticipated to be a strong event for the industry and for Cervis and Ikusi together to continue their strong growth and service to the market.

AIST 2011

CERVIS is Proud to support local charity.

Luke Hadley Foundation Logo

The Luke Hadley Foundation was created to improve the quality of life for medically fragile children by giving them reasons to smile.  Our mission is being achieved through the work we do with organizations that care for these amazing children.  We currently have a strong relationship with The Children’s Home of Pittsburgh and the Child Life Department within Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh.  The Luke Hadley Foundation is enriching the lives of the children cared for by these organizations by providing them with toys, activities, equipment, programs, and field trips. 

 Run For Smiles

Join us September 4, 2010 for the

Luke Hadley Foundation

5K Run / 2Mile Walk for Smiles


SmaRT Wireless Controls Stump Grinder

Cervis SmaRT wireless Controls Stump Grinder.  View Video!

Cervis uses flexible SmaRT wireless technolgy to solve customer’s problem.

Wireless contact monitor for mobile equipmentCervis received a call late on Tuesday the week before the World of Concrete trade show for Sidewalk Grading Systems.  Sidewalk Grading Systems manufactures an attachment to backhoes used to simplify the grading of earth along sidewalks during construction.  The problem was that the attachment is often detached from the machine and running wiring from the in CAB switches and joystick were commonly compromised by being in the open environment.  The problem was solved quickly by using Cervis’ SmaRT wireless base units.  One wireless device was mounted in the CAB of the machine and monitored switch inputs to be transmitted wirelessly to the other wireless base unit mounted on the attachment.  The attachment base unit received power from batteries and provided outputs pursuant to the switch inputs in the CAN to drive the attachment valves coils.  “We were able to listen to the customers requirements and problems and apply our flexible SmaRT wireless base units as wireless contact monitors to drive valves on the attachment.  The most impressive thing to the customer was our simple, quick response to get him a solution in only three days for delivery to the World of Concrete trade show so he could improve the exhibition of his machine. ” says Kevin Hadley of Cervis.  With such a successful initial installation the customer has already begun discussion of increasing the requirements to include transmission of sensor inputs to continue the wireless concept that has pushed this machine to the forfront of wireless machine technology.   

Radio Controls for Locomotives

Questions about Crane Controls…

Need some application support for mobile equipment.  Not sure about a machine control for mining.  Cervis makes it easy to get in touch with us.  You can call us at 724-741-9000 and our service department has late hours or contact us with one click of your mouse via our online contact form.

Introducing the Durable SmaRT 914

Durable Wireless ControlsThe SmaRT 914 Pistol-Grip Remote is designed for traditional and non-traditional mobile applications.  Capable of activating digital trigger-control porportional pulse-width-modulated outputs of the SmaRT base unit, the 914 Pistol-Grip Remote provides single-handed operation in a comfortable ergonomic SmaRT design.

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Removable EEPROM Modules

The removable EEPROM feature of our controls sets Cervis apart from other controls.  This allows you to have one transmitter to spare an unlimited number of like systems simply by transferring the EEPROM from one transmitter to another like transmitter.  This virtually eliminates down time and the need for multiple spare transmitters.

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Crane Controls Featured in Cervis Transmitter

The July issue of the Cervis Transmitter is now available.  The publication’s focus is on crane controls in successful use in some of the most demanding steel mill environments around the country.  This edition also has a focus on industrial wireless radio control innovations EEPROM and Range Limitation features. 

Cervis Transmitter – July ‘08 – Crane Controls for Steel Industry