Anyone looking to buy industrial-grade wireless control systems needs to know that these don’t operate like the consumer-grade versions. One thing does remain the same, and it’s who can manage them: it can be a person, a computer control system, or a control signal. On an industrial remote, the transmitter sends the signal to the receiver, which then matches the security code; after verification, the receiver further instructs a relay to activate. This relay then activates a function that goes from the application coordinator to the signal’s transmitter. At the same time, the FCC calibrates the control system to a specific frequency. When it comes to shorter-range applications, other bands are in use.