Micro Valve Driver with Bump Inputs
The digital-input micro valve driver is a fully configurable, current regulated, module that offers the OEM and end-user the ability to take two digital inputs and use them to control one current regulated-proportional function. The user is able to dictate, via jumper settings, input and output parameters including, mins, maxes, ramps, and frequency of the outputs, providing the same level of configuration as our flagship model, the Micro Valve Driver.
A Palm™ interface is, however, available for users who may want histograms, diagnostics, factory settings, and file-transfer for repeat programming. It accommodates up to two digital inputs, and one current controlled proportional outputs allowing the flexibility to control any equipment by “bumping” up or down the proportional output via the digital inputs. RS-232 is present for the Palm™ interface which eliminates the use of DVM’s and destructive harness probing when troubleshooting. It’s built from scratch to withstand abuse; all inputs are protected to allow machine voltages to be used as input, and the unit is protected against short circuit, reverse battery, overload, and transient and inductive surges. It sits in a 3” square enclosure that’s epoxy-potted to protect against anything thrown at it.