The EEA-PAM-535-B-32 is an amplifier card that is a part of the B-32 power amplifier series from the company Eaton Vickers. This organization is major manufacturer of advanced equipment for hydraulics systems. The amplifier is intended to be used with proportional throttle valves from Eaton Vickers, such as the K*G4V-5. This device is based upon another model in the A-32 series and incorporates new features into the solid design of its predecessor.
The input module of the EEA-PAM-535-B-32 has four distinct input sockets. Alongside this, the device has a ramp function generator for controlling the ramp deceleration and acceleration. A quadrant detection function for the ramp generator allows the acceleration and deceleration to be independently altered. The amplifier has a nominal input voltage of 24V, along with an output control voltage of 15V. The acceptable range for current is from 0 to 20mA. The device can operate at temperatures from 0 to 50°C, but it can be stored at temperatures as high as 85°C or as low as -25°C. The mass of this amplifier is 0.40 kilograms.
The installation process of the EEA-PAM-535-B-32 is quite simple for anyone with sufficient experience regarding proportional valves and hydraulic systems. This is helped by the fact that the device uses a standard Eurocard form factor and a DIN 41612 male connector on the edge of the board. The manufacturer also provides several detailed manuals on the installation, setup and troubleshooting of this device. There are multiple LED indicators on the front that allow the user to get an overview of the amplifier’s current status.
Some common misspellings of EEA-PAM-535-B-32 are as follows:
EEA PAM 535 B 32