Configurable electronic valve driver

HydraForce's ECDR-0506A electronic valve driver is designed to enhance the control of hydraulic proportional valves used for transmission control, vehicle traction control, joystick control, and mobile equipment work functions.

04/18/2016


HydraForce's ECDR-0506A electronic valve driver is designed to enhance the control of hydraulic proportional valves used for transmission control, vehicle traction control, joystick control, and mobile equipment work functions. Courtesy: HydraForceHydraForce's ECDR-0506A electronic valve driver is designed to enhance the control of hydraulic proportional valves used for transmission control, vehicle traction control, joystick control, and mobile equipment work functions, such as lifting, lowering, and rotating. The ECDR-0506A has a 32-bit processor and six inputs capable of various signal types; four analog and two digital. It has five outputs, four are closed loop and one is open loop. Its 8 to 32 Vdc voltage rating allows it to handle a range from battery to full voltage. It is also CAN-capable, with a CAN 2.0B communication interface capable of reading CANOpen and SAE J1939 communication protocols. A bi-color LED, red and green, provides a quick status check for troubleshooting.

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