Vibratory Feeder Controller has adjustable output voltage.

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Built into IP54 aluminum enclosure, REOVIB Analog Thyristor System (ATS) 100 phase-angle controller is suited for bowl, hopper, or linear vibratory feeders with 16 A current rating. Unit is internally switchable for input voltages of 110 or 230 V, 50/60 Hz with 110 or 230 V, 50/60 Hz output power. For start/stop mode, enable is provided for external contact or 24 Vdc signal. Output voltage set point is adjusted via potentiometer, control voltage, or control current.

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REO-USA, Inc. Announces the REOVIB "ATS 100" Vibratory Feeder Controller

Indianapolis, IN - June 2, 2005 - Today REO-USA, Inc. deployed the newest manufacturing range of vibratory feeder controllers, Analog Thyristor System, the ATS 100. In vibratory feed applications, it is required that variable voltage regulator be used to govern the power distribution of the electric magnet coils. The REOVIB ATS 100 is a phase-angle controller for bowl, hopper or linear vibratory feeders with a 16A current rating. The controller is built into a robust aluminum enclosure with an IP54 protection rating. The unit is internally switchable for input voltages of 110V or 230V, 50/60 Hz with 110V or 230V 50/60Hz output power. For the start/stop mode, an enable is provided for an external contact or a 24V DC signal. The set point of the output voltage is adjusted by means of a potentiometer in the front panel, a control voltage 0...+10V DC or a control current 0(4)...20 mA. The control characteristics can be adjusted to suit the feeder unit by using internal trimmers

Umin/Umax. A switch input is also provided to enable the switching from the internal to an external setpoint. The power connection is made over input and output cables (2 m long).

Incorporated in 2001, REO-USA, Inc. is the worldwide leader in electrical engineering for industrial technologies. The company offers a wide range of products to ensure efficient power usage including EMC filters, voltage stabilizers and breaking resistors.

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