MPC-20-R2: PowerCore® Controller (40700504)
The controller can be mounted in a sealed control box but is entirely sealed to meet and/or exceed an IP67 rating. Easily viewable in direct sunlight, the MPC-20-R2 has a large 3.8-inch QVGA monochrome, transflective LCD display. Interim and Final Tier 4 ISO symbols appear with engine and application information without the appearance of a cluttered screen.
The MPC-20 is configurable by the user to meet the most versatile applications. The ease of initial setup of the I/O does not leave the user feeling paralyzed when an input is needed for a specific function. This allows for quicker uptime and less headache while on the manufacturing floor or in the field. Although a configuration tool is not required, it provides the ability to configure the controller's setpoints on the PC and save them in a file for future loading. A standard setpoint configuration tool is included as a free download to allow customized default settings for building application or customer-specific configurations.
* Auto and Manual Start with Various Throttling Options and Real-Time Clock
* Large, Easy-To-Read 3.8-inch (97 mm) QVGA Monochrome Transflective LCD Display, Viewable in Direct Sunlight
* Alarm and Shutdown Control with Advanced Diagnostics
* CAN J1939 Communications
* Easy-To-Use Configuration Software
* Tier 4/Stage IIIB/IV Ready
Configuration Tool Guide
Enovation Video Support Page
Clicking on this link will take you away from the MurCal website and present a page in the Murphy by Enovation Controls website that introduces the “PowerCore Series Video Guides”, presented by Richard Lund, Enovation Controls Application Engineer. Richard walks you through the configuration process using the controller’s menu. The page also provides additional resources to assist setup.
The Video Support Series includes:
“Getting to Know PowerCore” - a ten (10) video series.
“MPC-20-R1” - a five (5) video series
For California customers: Prop 65 WARNING: This product may have been manufactured with or uses components that can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.