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Miller Edge's Wireless Air Switches are Guaranteed to Make Installers Smile

 

Wireless pneumatic and air wave switches are ready to ship. That's right no coil cord, no retracting reel.

Wireless Pneumatic Switch

PS20-RF is our standard PS20A pneumatic switch with a transmitter embedded within the switch enclosure and the receiver wires into the operator. There is no need to hardwire coil cords or retracting reels, which saves installation time and improves visual aesthetics. See specifications

Wireless Air-Wave Switch

AW14-RF is our AW14 air wave switch with a transmitter embedded within the switch enclosure and the receiver wires into the operator. There is no need to hardwire coil cords or retracting reels, which saves installation time and improves visual aesthetics. See specifications

About Miller Edge

Miller Edge is a privately held family business originally founded in 1936 by Norman K. Miller. Originally known as “Miller Brothers”, the company was formed in Philadelphia, PA.

Following his honorable discharge from the US Army, Norman received a phone call from General Merrill Burnside requesting him to develop a safety product for use on hangar doors at Wright Patterson Air Base in Ohio. Norman developed the product and was issued the first patent for an “Electrically Activated Safety Edge for Hangar Doors” in 1957.

Since then the Miller Edge product line has grown to include both touch sensitive and non-contact sensing devices as well as related controls and accessories. Our products can be found on driveway gates, storefront grills, mass transit vehicles, and in automated manufacturing plants.

Norman K. Miller’s inventive spirit and entrepreneurial dedication live on through the company he founded. Miller Edge continues to focus on innovative customer solutions, and continuous quality improvement.

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