Product Spotlight: Programmable Electronic Controllers/Drivers

March 20, 2008
The EVDR Series programmable electronic controllers/drivers are plug-in style, general-purpose controllers for use with proportional valves with single or dual coils with molded-in Deutsch DT04-2P electrical connectors.

Designed for controlling and optimizing temperature-activated electrohydraulic-fan drives, the ETDR1 regulates and optimizes clutch engagement in transmission and PTO applications.

EVDR4–10 controllers are housed in IP67-rated box enclosures for separate mounting. EVDR4 and EVDR5 units control up to four proportional valves plus one on/off valve. The EVDR4 has RS-232 communication capability while the EVDR5 uses J1939 CAN communications.

EVDR6, EVDR9, and EVDR10 are multi-I/O units with J1939 CAN network communications. The EVDR6 controls up to six proportional or on/off valves; the multi-output EVDR9 is a slave module for up to nine valves, and the EVDR10 accepts up to 10 analog or digital inputs. Both the EVDR9 and EVDR10 can connect to a J1939 Bus.

HydraForce Inc.
500 Barclay Blvd.
Lincolnshire, IL 60069
(847) 793 2300

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