Part Name: EEA-PAM-571-B-32
Manufacturer: Vickers
Part Series: EEA-PAM-5**-B-32 Series
For Proportional Valve: CVU-**-EFP1
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-571-B-32 is a power amplifier card that is produced by the hydraulics equipment manufacturer Eaton Vickers. The company specializes in developing high quality gear for hydraulic systems. This model is part of the B-32 series and is based on an amplifier in the A-32 series. This B-32 amplifier features some new additions with the same benefits of the other. The EEA-PAM-571-B-32 is compatible with the CVU-**-EFP1 proportional throttle valve.

The input module of the EEA-PAM-571-B-32 has four sockets. The nominal input voltage for this device 24V while the control output voltage is 15V. The device has an acceptable current range from 0 to 20 mA and uses a ramp function generator. A new addition to the ramp generator is the quadrant detection system that allows ramp acceleration and deceleration to be set independently. The device can be stored at any temperature between -25°C and 85°C and operates at temperature from 0 to 50°C. The mass of the amplifier is 0.40 kilograms.

The Eaton Vickers EEA-PAM-571-B-32 has a simple installation process. The amplifier has a standard Eurocard form factor with a simple layout. This means that those who have previously handled a eurocard power amplifier should be able to set the device up with ease. Additionally, the manufacturer provides detailed instruction manuals for the full procedure. The front panel has LED indicators and monitoring points that can help the user identify problems. Possible errors, such as reverse polarity or short circuiting, have built-in precautions like a reset function to combat overloads.



Some common misspellings of EEA-PAM-571-B-32 are as follows:


EEA PAM 571 B 32