Electrohydraulic controller

  • 22-Jun-2009 03:51 EDT

The BODAS RC36-20 controller from Rexroth uses 32-bit TriCore technology to improve electronic control performance and efficiency on mobile hydraulic equipment. A central ECU platform reduces energy consumption, while the system’s rugged, compact design replaces multiple 16-bit controllers and requires less installation space and wiring. Other features include 125 input and output channels, four CAN bus interfaces, 150 MHz clock timing, parallel processing to run complex control circuits, and mathematical floating-point operations for load torque-limiting in crane applications. The RC36-20 serves as the central ECU for multifunction machines and offers a platform for deploying mobile applications, including gear shifting, electrohydraulic flow matching, or hydrostatic regenerative brake systems. The unit protects against water penetration, shock, vibration, moisture, salt spray, and electromagnetic radiation. Short-circuit and reverse polarity-protected inputs and outputs ensure reliability and system availability.

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