Electronic Pressure Regulators

Electronic pressure regulators control and maintain a desired pressure level in a system or application. They use electronic sensors and controllers to regulate the flow of fluid or gas, allowing for precise and accurate pressure control.

Unlike traditional mechanical pressure regulators, an electronic pressure regulator does not rely on springs or diaphragms to control pressure. Instead, they use electronic components such as sensors, transducers, and solenoids to monitor and adjust the pressure as needed.

Electronic pressure regulators can be used in a wide range of applications, including industrial manufacturing, automotive, aerospace, and medical devices. They offer several advantages over traditional pressure regulators, including faster response times, greater accuracy, and the ability to program and control pressure remotely.

Types of Electronic Pressure Regulators

There are several types of electronic pressure regulators, each with their own unique characteristics and applications. Here are some of the most common types:

Digital electronic pressure regulators

These regulators use a microprocessor to control pressure. They can be programmed with multiple setpoints, and some models offer PID control for even greater accuracy.

Proportional electronic pressure regulators

These regulators, like SMC ITV 1010-33T 1N 1000, use a proportional solenoid valve to adjust the pressure. They are often used in applications such as pneumatic automation and robotics. 

Piezoelectric pressure regulators 

These regulators use a piezoelectric crystal to control pressure. They are well-suited for applications that require precise pressure control.

Vacuum electronic pressure regulators

These regulators, like SMC ITV 2090-2125N5-Q, control vacuum pressure in applications such as semiconductor manufacturing and vacuum packaging. They use electronic sensors and valves to maintain a desired vacuum level.

High-pressure electronic regulators

These regulators, like SMC ITVH2020-03N2CL4, control high-pressure fluids or gasses, such as those used in oil and gas exploration or hydraulic systems. They often use high-strength materials and advanced sensors to withstand the rigors of high-pressure applications.

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