KSD1-32 E93DA113I4B53 Input Isolation Amplifier Circuit

KSD1-32 E93DA113I4B53

Technical Parameters:

  • CPU with 7 communication ports and LCD display
  • Serial ports for master/slave or custom device connections
  • USB local I/O expansion, Ethernet remote I/O
  • Plenty of discrete and analog I/O modules, display on analog modules
  • Easy drive integration
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KSD1-32 E93DA113I4B53 Input Isolation Amplifier Circuit

KSD1-32 E93DA113I4B53 The traditional electric actuator has the characteristics of simple use, saving investment, etc., and has been widely used in the production process control system in the fields of electric power, metallurgy, petroleum, light industry and so on. China’s electric actuators and servo amplifiers are unified design in the 1960s, and there has been no major innovation in technology for more than 30 years. This kind of electric actuator control ability is poor, maintenance, connecting cable, difficult to meet the needs of China’s industrial automation level.

KSD1-32 E93DA113I4B53 Most of the servo amplifiers supporting the majority of electric actuators are usually composed of input isolation amplifier circuits, comparison, trigger circuits and power output circuits. The input is generally isolated by a coil, and then amplified by a magnetic amplifier; the comparison circuit is generally composed of discrete components of the voltage comparator, the trigger circuit is triggered by the Tachyon oscillation triggering circuit, its stability and reliability are poor.

The power output circuit of KSD1-32 E93DA113I4B53 is a thyristor output circuit, the servo motor speed is fixed, and the output positioning effect is poor. This kind of electric actuator can not obtain some characteristic parameters of itself in the process of control, which makes the control accuracy and reliability are not high, and the input signal is only one kind, such as current or resistance, and then the detection signal is compared with the input signal, and the control signal obtained from it is sent to the driving circuit to control the displacement output of the actuator;