Quality Trombetta Industrial Electronic Controls for Solenoids
Electronic controls for solenoids regulate the magnitude of electrical drive applied to the coil during the pull-in and/or hold operation of the solenoid to optimize solenoid performance. Trombetta’s electronic controls for solenoids optimize solenoid performance and longevity.
Focused on pulse width modulation (pwm) switching, electronic controls from Trombetta help agricultural, municipal, OEM, and oil production companies use smaller, less costly solenoids to generate the forces necessary to perform the application actuation.
You can maximize the cost-effectiveness of your solenoids when you integrate appropriate controls. For example, a smaller solenoid with a single-coil under PWM control utilizes 100 percent of the winding at all times, resulting in higher efficiency and a cooler operating temperature. A smaller solenoid can also provide the end product designer with more mechanical design flexibility.
Our team works closely with customers to create customized controls and enhancements. Contact us for help in determining which kind of electronic control you need.
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MurCal’s large inventory of Trombetta electronic controls for solenoids helps OEM, agricultural, municipal and oil field clients keep machinery working at maximum capacity with fewer breakdowns.
No matter the solenoids your company depends on, MurCal’s detailed electronic control pages contain the specifications to get your equipment working efficiently again.
Let our dedicated industrial equipment experts discuss your equipment and needs. Our team has the decades of experience It takes to save you time getting new or replacement parts. MurCal’s live reps are renowned for working tirelessly to get the right solutions to you.
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MurCal Makes electronic control selection simple
MurCal has been distributing Trombetta products for over two decades. Our customer service, low prices, and ease of ordering have won us a 4.7 / 5 average rating from over 150 reviewers on TrustPilot. Our decades of industrial electronic control expertise consistently support businesses dependent on powered equipment.
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Electronic Controls FAQs
A: Electrical signals and digital algorithms control receptive, comparative, and corrective functions. Electronic controls depend on sensors (thermocouples, RTDs, or transmitters) installed at the measurement location continuously to transmit signals to it.
A: Because throttles can be moved irrespective of the position of the driver's accelerator pedal, most equipment and machinery operators rely on electronic controls. Electronic throttle control facilitates the integration of features such as cruise control, traction control, stability control, precrash systems, and other torque-related issues.
A: African-American inventor Otis F. Boykin graduated from Fisk University in 1941 and got a job as a laboratory assistant, testing automatic aircraft controls. Boykin’s first resistor led to the less costly but highly reliable manufacture of many electronic devices, including consumer goods and military equipment. His resistor was quickly incorporated into a number of products, including guided missiles, pacemakers, and IBM computers. His devices were implemented in the United States and overseas. Over his life, Boykin earned 25 patents, his last in 1985.