VT-3000-36

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Rexroth Circuit-board Amplifier Card

VT-3000-36

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Rexroth Circuit-board Amplifier Card

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Product Description

The VT-3000-36 is a valve amplifier produced by Rexroth Bosch Indramat. It features a Euro-card that is used to supply voltage to the command call-ups, a 32 pin terminal strip connection and a ramp time setting range of 30ms to approximately 1-5 seconds.

It has a less than 50 VA power consumption and current consumption of less than 1 A. The operating voltage in this amplifier is capped at 24 VDC +60 % -5% with an upper limit of 39V and a lower limit of 22V. It also has 1 to 4 command values and command values 5 and 6.

The crucial components that run the amplifier include a summator, pulse generator, power supply, monitoring, and a ramp generator. Combined, they provide a nimble amplifier that seamlessly converts input signals into output current that powers proportional solenoids. The VT 3000 S 36 also has four command value call-ups. They range from H1 to H4, and they are displayed according to priority. The highest number is given the most top priority. Corresponding relays are used to call up the command values whereby relay K1 will call up command value 1.

For the call up to be successful, voltage ought to be supplied. This is done in two distinct ways. Either through +/-9V controlled voltages or an external command value potentiometer. The supply of the voltage is made possible by the Euro-card. And for the cards to function a 24VDC operating voltage should be supplied. As added safety features, you should never place solenoid and signal lines near power lines and always leave a distance of 1M between the radar equipment, radio source, and arial lines.