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10PCV2415 Relay Specialties Inc. CRYDOM, INC. Proportional Controller Auxiliary Modules; Proportional Controller*; Control Voltage Range: 2-10 VDC; Load Current Range: 0.15-15 AMP; Load Voltage Range: 100-240 VAC
RPC1225 Relay Specialties Inc. CRYDOM, INC. Proportional Controller Auxiliary Modules; Proportional Controller*; Control Voltage Range: 0-150 K?; Load Current Range: 0.8-25 AMP; Load Voltage Range: 90-130 VAC
10PCV2425 Relay Specialties Inc. CRYDOM, INC. Proportional Controller Auxiliary Modules; Proportional Controller*; Control Voltage Range: 2-10 VDC; Load Current Range: 0.15-25 AMP; Load Voltage Range: 100-240 VAC
P6101Z4141301 PLC Radwell Danaher Controls Not Provided 1/16 DIN CONTROLLER DC VOLTAGE RELAY DC 0-20MA REL
P6101Z4481422 PLC Radwell Danaher Controls Not Provided 1/16 DIN CONTROLLER DC VOLTAGE DC 0-20MA TRIAC REL
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  • Voltage Regulators
    the nominal value due. to low input voltage or an over current condition, then the flag output drops to indicate a fault condition. This flag output can be designed into a system so as to allow a controller the ability to monitor and make. decisions about the readiness of the system. In addition
  • Voltage-to-Frequency/Frequency-to-Voltage Converter
    to the rate of flow through it. The F/V converts this frequency to a proportional analog. voltage which is used to drive the valve controller. The valve controller regulates the valve so that the flow is steady, even though. pipeline pressure goes up and down. A voltmeter connected to the F/V converter
  • Generating High Voltage Using the PIC16C781/782
    . VIN. 1. VOUT. a simple relationship between input and output voltage. C1. RL. shown in Equation 4. This equation is derived from the. simple concept: power in equals the power out. Refer. Q1. to the publications listed under “REFERENCES” for. Controller. VVFB. more details. EQUATION 4: R
  • Cooling Towers and Boiler Controllers FAQs
    convert the voltage on my W300 series controller?. 3. Why does the controller overshoot the set point?. 4. How far can I run the electrode cable?. 5. Can I connect a flowmeter to your Cooling Tower (WCT/WDT) controller?. 6. Can I use your controller for boilers with pressures exceeding 250 psi?. 7
  • Application Guidelines for Non-Isolated Converters: Margining and Voltage Programming (.pdf)
    shows a portion of the. output voltage divider and feedback circuitry that is used. PWM. R1. in all Lynx and Lynx II series modules (except the fixed-. Controller. output voltage 5/3.3V and 12V input Lynx modules –. these come in different output voltage versions and do. -. not have an wide-output
  • Startup Voltage Tracking With MSK5910RH and 5922RH Low Dropout Radiation Hardened Regulators
    The MSK5910RH and MSK5922RH are 5A, radiation hardened, low dropout regulators. with input to output voltage tracking capability. Many FPGAs require a logic power. supply that is greater than the core voltage. Additionally the logic power supply often. cannot exceed the core voltage
  • Avago Technologies: Automotive Isolation Amplifier for Voltage Sensing (.pdf)
    Drive / IPM Drive. Isolation Amplifier. -. +. -. +. Optocouplers. Isolation. - +. - +. Amplifier. Micro-processor /. Voltage/Current monitor. Micro-controller. Temp Sensor monitor. Figure 1. HEV Electric Motor Drive System. Signal Isolation. The switching of the inverter at high current drives
  • Linear Voltage Fan Speed Control Using Microchip's TC64X Family
    Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) fan speed control methodology pulse-width modulates a fan's full-rated power supply voltage at a low frequency, typically 30 Hz. A typical PWM circuit, consisting of a transistor in series with a fan, can be small and inexpensive because it is either fully
  • Protecting the Universal Serial Bus from Over Voltage and Overcurrent Threats (.pdf)
    This application note addresses the various requirements for protecting the Universal Serial Bus (USB) from overcurrent and over voltage environmental threats.The solutions presented cover both USB 1.1 and the higher speed USB 2.0 circuitry. Specific emphasis is placed on USB 2.0 with information

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