Part Name: EEA-PAM-561-B-32
Manufacturer: Vickers
Part Series: EEA-PAM-5**-B-32 Series
For Proportional Valve: KFDG5V-5/7
Power Supply Nominal Voltage: 24V DC x 50W
Control Supply Output: 15V
Ramp Acceleration Time Range: With pot. set at zero, 0 to +10V equates to a ramp time range of 50ms to 5s
Ramp Deceleration Time Range: With pot. set at max., 0 to -10V equates to a ramp time of 5s to 50 ms

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Product Description


The EEA-PAM-561-B-32 is a power amplifier that is manufactured by the company Eaton Vickers. This manufacturer specializes in the development of advanced hydraulics equipment, tools and various electronics. This device is part of the Vickers B-32 design amplifier card series. It is intended to be used with KFDG5V-5/7 proportional valve. This amplifier is based on a model from the A-32 series. It adds new features and improves several aspects to create a better product.

The Eaton Vickers EEA-PAM-561-B-32 is easy to set up for any qualified personnel with the required experience regarding hydraulics systems. This task is made even easier by the multiple manuals and instruction booklets that the manufacturer provides to ensure a hassle-free installation procedure. There are also several precautions taken to prevent any damage that could be caused by an improper setup. This includes an automatic reset function which activates when an overload is detected. The amplifier is also protected from short circuits and reverse polarity. These features allow the user to diagnose and fix problems without putting themselves or the amplifier in harm’s way. The front panel has LED indicators and monitoring points that allow the user to get a full overview of the current status of the device.

There is a ramp function generator present on the EEA-PAM-561-B-32. This comes with a quadrant detection system where the ramp acceleration and deceleration can be adjusted separately. The input voltage of the amplifier 24V and the control voltage is 15V. The device can be stored at a temperature anywhere between -25 and 85°C.



Some common misspellings of EEA-PAM-561-B-32 are as follows:


EEA PAM 561 B 32