TX 1000 Compact Utility Loader Wide Track
with Remote Control.


The lightweight and manoeuvrable TX 1000 packs unmatched
strength and reach in a compact package for the ultimate
working advantage. Now available with a Hetronic
Industrial Radio Remote Control (RRC) System, which is
redefining the compact utility loader.
Designed with Toro exclusive vertical lift loader arms,
its outstanding hinge pin height of 81” (206 cm) to clear
the side of 23 m2 dumpsters and 1,000 kg trucks for
maximum jobsite productivity delivers category crushing
performance. The remote controls are safe, easy to
operate and an independent Auger mode results in greater

Encased in a tough, IP65, fiber enforced polycarbonate case, the lightweight, ergonomic
radio remote control by HMS Equipment, is rugged and reliable; engineered for the toughest
industrial environments. 

Offering increased safety, productivity and operational efficiency, the
new W320-D Series II with remote control uses patented User Interface (UI) technology for
optimal control and reliability. New, fully proportional, electro-hydraulic valves deliver precise
and repeatable movement under all working conditions

4-Paw® Independent 4-Wheel Drive
Directs hydraulic flow and pressure to all
the wheels, at all times. You can power
through the toughest conditions and reduce
the likelihood of getting stuck. The 4-Paw
eliminates the use of chains – reducing
maintenance and eliminating the chance of a
broken chain.

Intuitive Control
Innovative, single toggle traction control
is intuitive, easy to operate and effortless.
Freeing the operators other hand to control
attachment speed and positioning.

Unparalleled Visibility
Removing the operator from the machine
allows direct monitoring of the attachment
plate, machine and jobsite for unparalleled
visibility. Unlike manual machines, the
operator is always facing the direction of
travel, without having to look over their
shoulder to reverse; maximising bystander

Hetronic Remote Control

Self-Test Routine: After applying power to
the receiver, the software performs a selftest
routine. If the self-test fails, the
receiver will not power up and it will
maintain its secure state.
Enable Button – All joysticks or
paddles in neutral position: After the
self-test routine, the transmitter must be
activated by pressing the Enable button
This engages the radio remote receiver.
All proportional functions must be in the
neutral position for the system to start up.
This safety feature assures that no motion
of the machine is activated by accident.
Emergency Stop Switch: The transmitters
have a fail-safe, push-pull E-Stop switch.
For redundancy purposes, the E-Stop
command is transmitted as a normally
open and parallel as a normally closed
contact. The E-Stop function is the most
important feature of the remote. It assures
that the operator can stop the machine
immediately during operation.
System Safety Address: Every radio
system has its own system safety
address. This address is assigned to the
system during the manufacturing
process. It assures that only the
designated transmitter activates the
corresponding receiver.