The Motor Speed Controller controls the speed of a hydraulic motor in closed or open loop mode depending on the parameters set.
An analog value (from a higher-level controller) or a frequency signal (speed) can be used as the setpoint source. The projection from the setpoint to the actual speed can be infinitely adjusted by a trim factor.
The standard ECU for this control is the HCB controller, which can be used to control 2 solenoids. The MSC enables the unidirectional control of a pump.
If it is required that the speed controller interacts with another function, it is easily possible to port the function to another hardware platform. An example is the synchronization of a winch with a traction drive for off-road vehicles or with a cylinder function (davit in shipbuilding).
The speed controller is used for speed-dependent spreading of materials (e.g. forage, fertilizer and winter road services), for the synchronization of conveyor belts etc.
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