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#1 forqnc

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Posted 05 August 2008 - 08:06 AM

Hi guys, looking to pick the vast wealth of experience here. I have a Slitter Machine (John Dusenbury Co. Inc.) which has a SMC E/P Regulator valve on it. The part number is Old (NIT-201-T302) and I am still reseaching how these work. I have +15Vdc and 0V but no voltage on the Sig wire. Am I correct in saying that a varying voltage on the signal wire will open the valve propotionally? In other words, no voltage=no air, higher voltage=higher air pressure.

Thanks for any help in advance

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Posted 05 August 2008 - 06:01 PM

Hi guys, looking to pick the vast wealth of experience here. I have a Slitter Machine (John Dusenbury Co. Inc.) which has a SMC E/P Regulator valve on it. The part number is Old (NIT-201-T302) and I am still reseaching how these work. I have +15Vdc and 0V but no voltage on the Sig wire. Am I correct in saying that a varying voltage on the signal wire will open the valve propotionally? In other words, no voltage=no air, higher voltage=higher air pressure.

Thanks for any help in advance


http://www.smcusa.co...electronics.asp This is the only website I found that wasn't in a different language.

And to answer your question "Yes" You usually have a base voltage, a common or - voltage, and a signal or reference voltage to proportionately control a device in a linear scale. Usually from and analog card or device, or a potentiometer or other scaling device.

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Posted 07 August 2008 - 02:39 PM

Thanks for the reply splicer480, and conferming my thoughts on how it worked.
We ordered a new one and was able to get a copy of the manual too.


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