Pioneering the Future of Crane Safety Instrumentation

For over 40 years, RaycoWylie has been pivotal in crane safety instrumentation. Starting with Wylie Systems’ first crane overload warning system in 1933 and the world’s first safe load indicator in 1964, our legacy grew with Rayco Electronics’ establishment in 1978, focusing on range-limiting systems. The landmark merger in 1994 between Rayco Electronics and Wylie Systems marked the formation of the renowned RaycoWylie Systems.


Our goal is to merge cutting-edge technology with custom service and collaborative efforts with our team and partners, reinforcing our status as a global frontrunner in control systems and lifting equipment instrumentation.

At RaycoWylie Systems, we are devoted to building and sustaining customer trust, fostering enduring relationships grounded in loyalty.


At RaycoWylie Systems we pride ourselves on the knowledge we have acquired through time, this has allowed us to focus on product reliability and strengthen relationships with our customers and partners. Going forward we wish to consolidate our position as a leader in the field of integrated electronic lifting solutions. Our dedication to research and development has resulted in an ever increasing pool of knowledge to help us continue to drive crane systems into the future.

With locations across the globe, customer care and support is our primary focus. We strive to find the right solution for customers’ needs and are always happy to discuss any requirements you may have. RaycoWylie has a team of dedicated engineers available to ensure our customers remain supported wherever they may be located in the world.


Our team of experienced engineers and specialized technicians have our customers’ satisfaction at heart, offering the best solutions from the latest technology.

Our products, installation services and our training programs reflect our commitment to high standards of quality and reliability.

All of our employees abide by strict ethical standards in the workplace, complying to the laws and regulations.