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Remote pump controller APC615

remote pump controller
remote pump controller
remote pump controller
remote pump controller
remote pump controller
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Pump Unit Controller is designed for pump systems which controlled by engine. It allows automatic start/stop, data measurement, alarm protection as well as remote control, remote measurement and remote communication function. Utilizing the GOV (Engine Speed Governor) control function, the controller is able to stabilize the outlet/inlet pressure via regulating engine speed. Besides that, CANBUS (SAE J1939) interface enables the controller to communicate with various engines which fitted with/not with J1939 interface. APC615 Pump Unit Controller, reliable and easy to use, fits with LCD display and optional languages interface (including English and Chinese languages). Simultaneously the exact parameters of pump unit and engine are indicated by the LCD display on the front panel. APC615 Pump Unit Controller adopts powerful 32-bit ARM microprocessor technology with following functions: precision parameters measuring, fixed value adjustment, time setting & set value adjusting and etc. The majority of parameters can be configured from front panel and all the parameters can be adjusted and monitored using PC (via RS485 or LINK port). It can be widely used in a number of pump control systems with compact structure, simple connections and high reliability. PERFORMANCE AND CHARACTERISTICS 132x64 pixel LCD with backlight, multilingual interface (including English and Chinese languages), and easy operation interface; Improved LCD wear-resistance and scratch resistance due to hard screen acrylic; Silicon panel and pushbuttons for better operation in high/low temperature environment;
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