Proportional system controller

  • 04-Mar-2009 11:13 EST
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Enfield Technologies designed the C2 proport­ional system controller to work with its high-speed proportional pneumatic valves in various applications, including intermediate positioning of air cylinders, precision pressure regulation, variable flow control, and force control. The C2 can be used to control nonpneumatic devices or as a stand-alone controller for test and measurement or R&D applications.­ The digital-analog hybrid system offers a 40% increase in driver power efficiency and eliminates screwdriver adjustments; a backlit graphic LCD and membrane keypad access menus to configure and tune the system. Settings include independent scaling of command and feedback signals, command ramp rates, and electronic valve offset; the system also has the ability to save and recall up to 10 configurations.

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