Vibrator Controllers For Electromagnetic Vibratory Feeder

 

   
For Bowl / Liner feeders New Advance Version (CVCF) Constant voltage, constant frequency controllers for smooth vibration and constant feed rate irrespective of change in supply voltage and frequency for Genset application.

Electromagnetic Vibrator Controllers
Electromagnetic Vibrator Controllers
144 x 72 x 115
144 x 96 x 115
96 x 96 x 160
Electromagnetic Vibrator Controllers
Electromagnetic Vibrator Controllers
144 x 144 x 80
140*58*60(L*W*H, mm) 
160 x 160 x 240
   
SAI TECH CONTROL 

 
Variable Frequency Digital Controller For Vibratory Feeder
Variable Frequency Digital Controller For Vibratory Feeder

Frequency Adjustment
for DCVCFSI-L : Users can adjust output frequency of the controller to best vibration frequencv of the
vibratory feeder to get smooth, quiet and energysaving feed effect.

Max Adjustable Output Voltage for DCVCF31-L :
Max Adjustable Output Voltage can be preset to protect the vibratory feeder from damage caused by high voltage.

 
Features

Automatic Voltage Regulation : Eliminate feed speed variation caused by mains voltage fluctuation.

Soft Startup: In order to avoid sudden shock to the feed material and vibratory feeder, the controller can gently increase output voltage from 0 to the preset value when start up.

Over current Protection : if output current exceeds its rated value by mis-operation, the controller will stop its output to protect the controller and the vibratory feeder.

Overheat Protection: lf internal temperature of the controller gets too high, the controller will stop its output to protect itself.

Short-Circuit Protection : lf output of the controller is short-circuited, the fuse inside the controller will be blown to protect the controller and vibratory feeder from further damage.

Remote ON/OFF Control : The controller has 2 groups of 0N/0FF control ports. Switch sensor or PLC can be connected to them to turn on/off the controller.

Remote Speed Control : Output Voltage of the controller can be adjusted remotely by an external potentiometer, a PLC, or a 1-5V DC signal.