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M200/701

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Motor Drive for Printing Industry

Within the printing industry drive solutions from Control Techniques can help insure successful deadlines by improving up-time, reliability and assuring safety.

 

Key Benefits

  • Rugged drives, controls and panels with easy-to use keypads along with optional touch screens, intuitive software, and real-time diagnostic tools
  • Redundant safety systems for maximum protection
  • Fully compliant with ANSI and C-UL-US
  • Comprehensive support

 

M200/701

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Motor Drive for Rubber and Plastics

Control Techniques' drives are used in nearly every rubber and plastics application where electric motors are found, providing outstanding reliability, performance, safety, and economy. Control Techniques' drives guarantee easy integration and increased throughput, as well as significant cost savings.

 

Key Benefits

  • Providing precision and repeatability in terms of performance, control and long term reliability from machinery
  • Maximizing productivity and throughput
  • Saving energy
  • Reducing operations costs
  • Providing the support and technology to exactly meet your production requirements
  • Enhancing safety and providing environmentally sound solutions

M200/701

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Motor Drive for Test Benches

Control Techniques provides products, solutions and services to meet a wide range of test stand applications across many industries. 

Based on long-term industrial expertise, our application teams can support you in many types and sample tests on finished products with proven results. 

Our test stand solutions are found wherever the emphasis is on accuracy, dynamism and maximum availability.

 

Typical applications include:

Testing equipment on development and production lines

Drive shaft test stands for motor vehicles and heavy goods vehicles/trucks

Test stands for military requirements, such as regulators of aircraft carburetor gear boxes for tanks

Special test stands, such as testing balance, noise and resonance

Test stands for electric components, such as voltage and frequency variable testing of chokes and other inductors

 
Key Benefits

  • Precision power conversion technology for engine, gearbox and chassis dynamometers
  • Battery simulation for electric and hybrid vehicle development
  • Combustion engine torque pulse simulation
  • End of line test equipment
  • Customized local services and round the clock support

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Motor Drive for Water and WasteWater

Control Techniques presents an innovative approach to managing your clean and waste water assets. We combine high reliability and compact size, together with industry specific features such as realtime Intelligent Pump Control (IPC - anti-ragging program), I/O for instrumentation and TCP/IP based telemetry solutions; all onboard the drive.

Key Benefits

  • Compact size
  • Improving throughput and availability
  • Enhanced connectivity
  • Reduced energy consumption
  • Minimized downtime

M200/701

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Motor Drive for Wire and Cable

Rugged reliability, application flexibility, conformance to industry standards, and safety features have made our digital AC and DC drives the benchmark for drives in the wire and cable industry.

Key Benefits

  • Compact size
  • Improving throughput and availability
  • Enhanced connectivity
  • Reduced energy consumption
  • Minimized downtime

 

Digital Panel Meter

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Applications:

• Temperature control and display

• Pressure and weighing

• Process inputs

• Signal re-transmission

• Remote data acquisition

• Alarm outputs

• Fill and trickle feeder control

• Timer/Counter

T200

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Description:

Industrial Temperature measurements are usually using Thermocouples, RTD or other Resistance sensors. Some applications a 2-wire transmitter may be used, particularly if distances between the sensor and the instrumentation are large.


The following instruments can measure thermocouples and RTD directly or power and measure 2-wire transmitters:

• Tracker 210 Low Cost 4-Digit Indicator

• Tracker 212 Low Cost 5-Digit with 4-20mA signal linearisation

• Tracker 220 Series - High accuracy 4/5-Digit + RS485

• Tracker 250 5-Digit Melt Pressure - Auto Calibration resistor switching + RS485

• Tracker 300 series DIN Rail modules + RS485 (+PID on some models)


All the products listed above have the following as standard or can be lifted as an option:

• Isolated analogue output

• Alarm relays

• Max/min memory + reset

• User calibration function:

• Using the user calibration feature, the Tracker and sensor can be match calibrated together where the instrument measures and stores the sensors signal at two known temperatures. This greatly reduces errors due to sensor output variations. The displayed values can be in °C or °F (and Kelvin on the 220 and 300 series).


All Tracker temperature measuring instruments have an automatic Cold Junction Compensation (CJC). On the Tracker 220 series the user can also select an external reference junction temperature and select up- or down-scale sensor break detection.


In applications where non-linearising temperature transmitters are used, the Tracker 220 series can linearise a 4-20 mA signal to the required thermocouple curve.

T200

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Description:

Pressure and weighing sensors are generally supplied as a 350? strain gauge bridge device, requiring a regulated excitation supply and outputting a millivolt signal, or a 2-wire transmitter which requires a 24VDC supply and outputs a 4-20mA signal.


The following instruments can power and measure both these sensor types:

• Tracker 210 Low Cost 4-Digit Indicator

• Tracker 212 Low Cost 5-Digit with 4-20mA signal linearisation

• Tracker 220 Series - High accuracy 4/5-Digit + RS485

• Tracker 250 5-Digit Melt Pressure - Auto Calibration resistor switching + RS485

• Tracker 321 and 332 (PID) DIN Rail modules + RS485

• For multiple load cells (multiple strain gauge bridges):

• Tracker 240 5-Digit Load Cell Indicator + RS485


All the products listed above have the following as standard or can be lifted as an option:

• Isolated analogue output

• Alarm relays

• Zero function

• Tare function

• Max/min memory + reset

• User calibration function:

• Using the user calibration feature, the Tracker and sensor can be match calibrated together where the instrument measures and stores the sensors signal at two or more pressures or weights. This greatly reduces errors due to sensor output and excitation supply voltage variations. The displayed values can be in any engineering units.


On the 200 series a front panel button, or status (logic) inputs on some models, can be configured to provide an auto zero feature allowing zero offset errors to be eliminated. For weighing applications, a tare function can be similarly configured.


For zero and tare functions on a T300 command must be sent via the RS485 interface or remote switches connected to the status inputs on the T340 logic expansion module.

T200

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Description:

Industrial signals are loosely associated as process are 0-5VDC, 0-10VDC, millivolts DC and the most popular 20mA loops (e.g. 4-20mA). These are scaled as a range in engineering units e.g. 0-10VDC = 0-500 Litres Per Hour.


The Tracker Instruments that can accept ±20mA, ±10VDC and ±100mV are:

• Tracker 211 4-Digit Low Cost

• Tracker 212 5-Digit Low Cost with 4-20mA Linearisation

• Tracker 220 Series 4/5-Digit High Accuracy + RS485

• Tracker 250 5-Digit Melt Pressure Indicator + RS485

• Tracker 300 DIN rail mounted + RS485


All of the above have as standard or can be fitted as an option:

• 10V and 24VDC sensor/loop excitation supplies (standard all models)

• Isolated analogue output

• Alarm relays

• Zero function

• Tare function

• Max/min and reset


All the instruments listed above can also connect directly to thermocouples and RTD temperature sensors making their inputs "Universal".

T200

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Description:

Analogue outputs are used to isolate and transmit a value in form of a analogue signal. For example to transmit a temperature measured by a Type K Thermocouple as 4-20mA = 0-500°C.


The following Instruments have analogue outputs or options:

• Tracker 211 4-Digit Low Cost - Optional 4-20mA output

• Tracker 212 5-Digit Low Cost - Optional 4-20mA output

• Tracker 223 & 224 5-Digit High accuracy - 0/4-20mA / 0-10VDC (Fitted as standard)

• Tracker 240 5-Digit Load Cell Indicator - 0/4-20mA / 0-10VDC (Fitted as standard)

• Tracker 250 5-Digit Melt Pressure Indicator - 0/4-20mA / 0-10VDC (Fitted as standard)

• Tracker 260 5-Digit LVDT Indicator - 0/4-20mA / 0-10VDC (Fitted as standard)

• Tracker 280 5-Digit Counter/Timer Indicator - 0/4-20mA / 0-10VDC (Fitted as standard)

• Tracker 300 series DIN rail Instruments - Optional 0/4-20mA / 0-10VDC


The output can be configured to transmit the measured value or the averaged, maximum or minimum value. It has its own damping filter for noisy or fast moving signals. The input can be locally conditioned and re-transmitted over a long distance. Being electrically isolated, problems associated with earth loops causing noisy and inaccurate measurements are eliminated.


If 4-20mA outputs are configured then the analogue output signal will not fall below 4mA or exceed 20mA.