How to effectively control the MTC thyristor module?

by:Positioning     2021-01-10
MTC thyristor module belongs to a kind of very common intelligent module, its application range is very wide, the MTC thyristor module in use for effective control, so what should be how to effectively control the MTC thyristor module? This article introduce in detail. 1) MTC thyristor module control method: after input module control interface of an adjustable voltage or current signal, through adjusting the size of the signal can be smoothly to the module output voltage size adjustment, implementation module output voltage from 0 v to any or all the conduction process, voltage or current signal can be derived from various control instrument, computer, D/A output potentiometer directly from the dc power supply various methods such as partial pressure; Control signals using 0 0 - 5 v 10 v, 4 - 20 ma three categories are a common way of control. (2) the MTC thyristor module control port and the line of control: control end interface module has 5 feet, 9 feet, and his feet three categories, corresponding to the five core, 9 core and 15 core line, using the voltage signal of products using only the first five feet port, the other is empty, use current signal of 9 feet is signal input, control of shield wire to weld to the dc source online, can't and other terminal short circuit connection, prevent can work normally or not may burn out SCR module.
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