Motorized Flow Control

Aug. 23, 2007
The Generation II motorized flow and pressure controls feature a planetary reducer and heavy-duty motor.

The Generation II motorized flow and pressure controls feature a planetary reducer and heavy-duty motor. The controls are available in nine operating speeds ranging from 1 to 48 sec to travel from full-open to full-shut and vice versa. The units can control anything from a simple toggle or rocker switch to a closed-loop system. The controller can be operated by potentiometer, 4- to - 20 - mA , 0-to-10 V, or PWM signal. Available flow ranges include 0 to-3 gpm up to 0-to-120 gpm at 100-psi pressure differential. Motorized-relief and reducing-relieving valves come in pressure ranges to 5,000 psi and flows to 15 gpm.

Source Fluid Power, 331 Lake Hazeltine Dr., Chaska, MN 55318, (952) 368-3866, sourcefp.com

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