Proportional Control Solenoid Valve is for automatic transmissions in terms of the system identification theory and analyzes the dynamic characteristics of the PCSV in frequency domain. It utilizes the new-patented Hall effect spool position sensor for high accuracy. It provides both direction and flow control in one component
Proportional Draw-off Systems is a continuous syrup flow control unit, which complete with a high temperature alarm. The modulating stainless steel ball valve positions itself to allow just the correct syrup flow to maintain accurate draw-off temperature.
Proportional Level Control Systems is a continuous level control system. The required level set point and the actual liquid level are displayed digitally in this system. The units modulating stainless steel ball valve provides a constant flow of fluid to maintain the desired level set point of this system.
Proportional Solenoids provide a specific stroke position that is controlled by the input current. The stroke can be varied in direct proportion to the input current. These are mostly used for pressure control valves. These are analog device, allowing for incremental positioning. This feature is made possible by a unique design of the magnetic pole configurations. Thus the position of the armature is controlled by varying the input current to the coil. The more current that is applied to the coil, the further the armature moves in its stroke. This provides stable output force characteristics with low hysteresis and a fast response time for a wide variety of applications, especially for hydraulic applications.