Motor-mount ICs

  • 11-Jul-2008 01:10 EDT
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Off-highway mobile machinery OEMs and distributors can select from four types of ready-to-mount hydraulic integrated circuits (HICs) that fit seven Sauer-Danfoss low-speed, high-torque motors. The devices will speed up production timelines and control installed costs compared to remote-mounted custom ICs. They are designed to meet common functions including counterbalance, cross-port relief, bypass solenoid, and dual shock valve with anti-cavitation. The HICs can be used with the following seven orbital motors: DH, DS, OMP, OMR, OMH, OMS, and OMT. They can also be customized to fulfill other needs.
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