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  • What Is Your Ideal Overload Relay?
    Choosing which relay to use for overload protection depends on the specific electric motor starter application.
  • Motor Control Design Made Easy
    For many actuators in automotive and industrial applications below 500W cost effective DC brush motors are still the motors of choice. On the other hand there is an ongoing transition from relay to PWM driven motors. This enables variable speed applications and more comfort plus higher energy
  • Electronic monitoring relays
    or electrical currents. A typical application is to signal a warning when a pump motor is drawing too much current, as happens with a clogged water filter. In this case the monitoring relay senses the motor current (typically through a shunt connection) and actuates a relay if current remains above
  • Self-Protecting Starters
    control, overload and short-circuit protection, and isolation. Before SPSs, no one device could perform all these functions. They were handled by a motor starter (contactor plus overload relay) wired to either fuses or circuit breakers. Depending on the use, location, and control sophistication
  • Traditional solenoid valves are simple to install but may not be the right solution for long term reliability or high flow applications
    applications to provide vastly improved flow characteristics and consistent performance. Electric actuators consist of a motor, a gear train, cams and limit switches. The electric actuator requires two electrical input signals; one to open and another to close the valve. DynaQuip actuators are available
  • Internet Spam From Industrial Networks? It's Possible
    . According to the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) at Carnegie Mellon University, FTP Bounce lets an Internet- connected device with FTP capabilities act as a data relay during information transfer. The receiving device sees data coming from the relay while the originating device remains hidden
  • Whistle While You Work
    of command ' should assist you in learning how to keep the RV comfortably heated, and help you troubleshoot any potential problems that may arise. A variety of electrical components comprise the RV furnace system. In addition to the motor and blower, a relay, circuit breaker, limit switch, sail
  • A Push Towards Efficiency
    The adjustable speed Brushless Motor Control (BMC series) is easy to use and set up without programming user trimpots and jumpers are factory-set and will work for most applications. Input command signal may be +/- 10 Vdc, a 5K speed pot, or a form C contact or relay for forward-stop-reverse

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