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Muscle is the main attraction: New single and twin-screws are loaded with torque for high rpm and high output.
Digital or analog communications are available, in addition to two-alarm outputs.
The line, on hand at last June's NPE in Chicago, produced film at speeds up to 800 ft/min and outputs as high as 540 lb/hr with a 120-mm die--equivalent to 36 lb/hr/in.
A pair of charge pump control circuits provides regulated outputs allowing the external generation of VON and VOFF supplies of +5 volts to +40 volts and -40 volts to -5 volts, respectively.
PT460 amplified-output pressure transducer for long-distance transmission without noise interference; easier interface with PLCs or computer-based extruder control systems and 4-20 mA, 2-wire; 0-5 VDC, 4-wire; 1-6 VDC, 3-wire; 0-10 VDC, 4-wire; or 1-11 VDC, 3-wire outputs.
The set's Learning AV NET allows users to network audio/video equipment easily through a variety of analog and digital inputs and outputs including two wideband component video inputs, four A/V inputs, three S-video inputs, an optical digital audio output, center channel input, AV output and variable audio output.
High-level outputs (4-20 mA, 0-5 v d-c, 0-10 v d-c) are available on all melt pressure transducers.
This system is said to provide unusually high accuracy in metering small shots for components such as steering wheels, gearshift knobs and other integral-skin parts, small cavity-filling jobs (car body pillars), and spray applications that require outputs of no more than 140 cc/sec per component.
It features an un-committed error amplifier for voltage tracking applications, input supply monitoring to eliminate voltage sequencing problems, programmable output voltages, soft start control, short circuit protection, and power good signal for all outputs.
RS-485 Modbus communications and up to two additional outputs are optional.
The ac (10 Hz) signals from the ten channels of the preamplifier were combined with a sum-amplifier after the dc voltages at the outputs of the individual amplifiers were de-coupled.