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Woodward 工业控制产品线目录
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Woodward  工业控制产品线目录

The L-Series Position Controller provides a building block approach to total engine management. The microprocessor-based bi-directional actuator design easily attaches to fuel pumps, mixers, or throttle bodies. The L-Series Position Controller accepts a position command and drives the 0–60 degree output shaft to the commanded position based on an internal shaft position sensor. The high-efficiency torque motor delivers 0.34 Nxm (0.25 lb-ft) nominally over 60° travel range to operate fuel or air control devices. (product spec 03328) 

The ProAct™ Digital Plus actuator is intended to be mounted on-engine to control varying functions including (but not limited to): fuel rack positioning, timing control, throttle valve, and wastegate positioning. The actuator is effectively a positioner with an integral driver, which will accept a position command signal from another device in the system such as a speed control. The ProAct Digital Plus actuator includes an integral digital driver capable of controlling the actuator, communicating with the outside control system, and containing on-board software and intelligence to realize monitoring and customizing functions. (product spec 03231) 

The UG-Actuator offers the advantages of electronic control and load sharing systems while using the convenient, existing UG8-type drives and linkages. The actuator provides the muscle for Woodward analog controls such as the 2301A, as well as Woodward digital controls such as the 2301Dand the 723 Plus. The UGActuator can be used with diesel or natural gas engines, as well as with steam and industrial gas turbines. The UG-Actuator has a self-contained oil sump so a separate oil supply is not required. (product spec 37511) 

The PGPL Actuator/Driver is an electrohydraulic actuator with a proportional driver interface which can be used with electronic controls providing a 0 to 200 mA position signal. The actuator is designed for use with Woodward 2301A and D series, 700- series, Peak® 150, and 505 digital controls. (product spec 37520)

The GECO™ Stoichiometric Model 100 (GECO S100) was designed as an inexpensive, state-of-the-art air/fuel ratio control for natural gas engines in the aftermarket. The GECO S100 is an easy-to-install, low maintenance, and expandable solution for natural gas engines. Woodward is the only manufacturer offering a system for the stationary engine market combining air/fuel ratio with adaptive catalyst control and oxygen sensor health monitoring. The GECO S100’s wide range of control authority quickly manages engine speed and load variations. (product spec 03553) 

The GECO™ S100 Lean Burn configuration is also available to further enhance emissions control. (product spec 03251)

The TecJet™ 50 Plus and TecJet 110 are electronic gas metering valves for single-point injection. They have integrated sensors and electronics, which provide the correct gas flow under all specified conditions. The microcomputer inside the TecJet valve converts the desired gas flow signal and gas parameter information into a valve position (which corresponds to the desired gas flow), depending on gas inlet pressure, gas temperature, and the pressure difference across the valve. (product spec 03317)

The 2301A Full Authority Speed Control sets the speed or load of a diesel engine, gas engine, steam turbine, or gas turbine according to the demand of a process or a computer control signal of 4–20 mA or 1–5 Vdc. The unit provides isochronous operation, with droop control available through an externally-wired potentiometer. The isochronous mode is used for constant speed of the controlled prime mover as long as it is able to provide power to satisfy the load. Droop control is provided when parallel-bus operation is required. (product spec 03201)

The 2301A Load Sharing and Speed Controls are designed for use in electric generator systems where multi-unit load sharing is desired. 2301A controls may be used with diesel, gas or gasoline engines, or steam or gas turbines. Controls are available for applications requiring droop and/or isochronous speed control; in forward- or reverse-acting models; for single or tandem actuator installations; with accelerating or decelerating ramps; and in several speed ranges. Automatic, adjustable start fuel limiting regulates the maximum fuel setting while the engine is starting. This helps decrease pollution and engine wear. Each 2301A control has a self-contained load sensor. Most models provide a 0–200 mA output signal; 0–20 mA output is available for special applications. The output signal is proportional to the fuel setting needed to attain the desired speed/load. Position feedback from the actuator is not required. (product spec 82390) 

The 2301D Digital Load Sharing and Speed Control is used in electric generator systems for which load sharing is desired. It can be used with diesel or gas engines, or steam or gas turbines. This control utilizes a digital based speed control and provides a single serial port for PC communications. The digital design eliminates the use of potentiometers for tuning and load control. (product spec 03204)

 The 723 Plus Digital Control manages and controls reciprocating engines (gas, diesel, or dual fuel) used in power generation, marine propulsion, and gas compression/distribution. The control may also be used in cogeneration, power transmission/distribution, process management, pipeline pump stations, utility power generation, emergency standby power, and remote control station operation. The 723 Plus provides state-of-the-art control for new and retrofit situations. Standard Applications: (product spec 02759) 

Custom Applications: (product spec 02876) 

The 723 Compressor Performance Control, based on Woodward’s powerful 723PLUS/828 digital control platform, controls the speed, air/fuel ratio, and ignition timing of reciprocating engines in variable speed/load applications. The control includes inputs for two speed sensors (MPU or proximity) with firing torsional filters, for monitoring engine and turbocharger speed (or for redundant engine speed sensing), a notch filter to attenuate the effect of flexible coupling torsionals, a remote speed setting input, and inputs for air manifold pressure, fuel gas header pressure, and air manifold temperature with 3D curves for precisely mapping air/fuel ratio and ignition timing settings. Discrete raise/lower inputs are provided to adjust air manifold pressure and engine speed settings. (product spec 03214) 

The 733 Digital Control manages and controls reciprocating engines (gas, diesel, or dual fuel) used in power generation, marine propulsion, locomotive and industrial engine, and process markets. The 733 has been specifically designed to enable it to be mounted directly on the engine, withstanding the high temperature and vibration environment. 

The 733 can also be mounted inside control cabinets if required. The 733 is available as a standalone speed control with functions and configuration similar to other Woodward digital controls such as 723 (including plug-and-play network connectivity to the Woodward ProAct™ Digital Actuator family for an allelectric governing solution that can be engine mounted), and it is available as the main control unit within an engine management system. The control is designed for network connectivity to other Woodward or customer-selected devices, such as I/O modules (remote or integrated within the 733 package), actuators, ignition controls, air/exhaust and fuel flow control valves, power management controls, and EFI solenoid drivers. It may be programmed to perform all engine functions such as speed, air and fuel control, monitoring, alarms, engine protection and sequencing. (product spec 03304)

The DPG Series microprocessor-based digital controller governs diesel or gasfueled engines. These programmable controls provide isochronous or droop speed control, isochronous load sharing, and precision frequency control. Work with Dyna and Power Flow actuators. 

• DPG 2100 series for generators (product spec 36502) 

• DPG 2200 series for load-sharing generators (product spec 36503) 

• DPG 2300 series for off-road vehicles (product spec 36504) 

• DPG 2400 series for EFC valve applications (Cummins engines) The 512/524 and 1712/1724 EPGs are three-component governing systems for 12 or 24 Vdc operation. All EPG systems include an actuator, an electronic speed control, and magnetic pickup. Both isochronous and droop controls are available. The EPG is designed for precise speed control of diesel, gas, or gasoline engines, and gas turbines. The governor is especially suited to prime movers without a mechanical drive or hydraulic oil supply for the governor, and which have low-mass, low-friction fuel linkages. (product spec 04106)

 The 4024 EPG is a three-component governing system for 24 Vdc operation. The system includes an electronic speed control, a magnetic pickup, and a long-life, allelectric actuator. The 4024 EPG system is designed to provide electronic control to diesel, gas, and gasoline fueled engines which require up to 4 lb-ft of torque to operate the fuel rack or fuel valve. (product spec 82043) 

The ProAct™ Integrated Speed Control (ISC) is an electric actuator with an integrated electronic driver capable of diesel or gaseous engine speed control or positioning tasks. The ProAct ISC can be mounted on-engine to control a diesel fuel rack or gaseous throttle via linkage or integrated throttle body. The ProAct ISC accepts a speed input from an MPU and can accept a position command signal from another device in the system such as an engine control module. Configured as a speed control, the ProAct ISC offers speed control with softwareselectable speed set points, dynamics, fuel limiting, and start/stop behavior. Configured as a positioner, the ProAct ISC offers position control with software selectable CW/CCW operation and field calibration. (product spec 03326)

The APECS 4500 Programmable Engine Controller controls small spark-ignition engines. The control operates on 9–32 Vdc, and accepts inputs from magnetic pickup, coil-type spark ignition system, magneto spark ignition system, or Hall effect sensor. It offers user-selectable isochronous or droop governing and easy programmability, as well as an external analog input, two switched inputs, PTO switch input, idle verification switch input, engine protection switch input, a status LED, and a configurable auxiliary output. (product catalog 52132) 

The DPG Series microprocessor-based digital controller governs diesel or gasfueled engines. These programmable controls provide isochronous or droop speed control, isochronous load sharing, and precision frequency control. Work with Dyna and Power Flow actuators.

 • DPG 2100 series for generators (product spec 36502) 

• DPG 2200 series for load-sharing generators (product spec 36503) 

• DPG 2300 series for off-road vehicles (product spec 36504) 

• DPG 2400 series for EFC valve applications (Cummins engines) 

The 512/524 and 1712/1724 EPGs are three-component governing systems for 12 or 24 Vdc operation. All EPG systems include an actuator, an electronic speed control, and magnetic pickup. Both isochronous and droop controls are available. The EPG is designed for precise speed control of diesel, gas, or gasoline engines, and gas turbines. The governor is especially suited to prime movers without a mechanical drive or hydraulic oil supply for the governor, and which have low-mass, low-friction fuel linkages. (product spec 04106) 

The 4024 EPG is a three-component governing system for 24 Vdc operation. The system includes an electronic speed control, a magnetic pickup, and a long-life, allelectric actuator. The 4024 EPG system is designed to provide electronic control to diesel, gas, and gasoline fueled engines which require up to 4 lb-ft of torque to operate the fuel rack or fuel valve. (product spec 82043)

The AtlasPCTM control system is a new generation of turbine and engine control that provides the power of PC technology in a rugged and deterministic system. The flexible and powerful software tools and exceptional computational power make the AtlasPC control an ideal solution for controlling a variety of Prime Movers: ƒ Industrial Gas Turbines (large and small) ƒ Aero-derivative Gas Turbines ƒ Gas and Diesel Engines ƒ Steam Turbines ƒ Hydro Turbines (product spec 03213) 

The AtlasSCTM control is a powerful and rugged industrial control with embedded microprocessor technology and dedicated I/O for real time control of engines and turbines. At the heart of the small and powerful AtlasSC platform is an industrial processor with Real Time Operating System (RTOS). The AtlasSC platform utilizes the industry-standard PC/104 bus structure to leverage “PC Economics,” resulting in lower costs and greater feature flexibility. (product spec 03253) 

The MicroNet™ Controller is a state-of-the-art, programmable, digital controller. It can be programmed to control any prime mover and its associated processes, as well as system sequencing, high speed system monitoring, surge control, vibration monitoring and station control. The MicroNet™ digital control is available in both simplex and triple modular redundant (TMR) configurations. (product spec 85583)

The 505 and 505E are microprocessor-based controls designed to operate steam turbines of all sizes. The 505 is designed to operate steam turbines using one or two (split-stage) actuators to drive inlet steam valves. The 505E is designed to operate single extraction and/or admission steam turbines. These digital controls are field programmable. They use menu-driven software to instruct site engineers on programming the control to a specific generator or mechanical drive application. The 505 or 505E can be configured to operate as a stand-alone unit or in conjunction with a plant's Distributed Control System. (product spec 85005) 

The Peak 150 digital control is designed to control a steam turbine driving a mechanical load. It provides tight control of speed (NEMA D) and includes an input for a 4–20 mA remote speed control signal, which can be used for a processgenerated input to control the speed setting. Other features include dual speed control dynamics and overspeed trip test capabilities. (product spec 85549) 

The ProTech 203 Overspeed Protection System monitors three individual magnetic pickups (MPUs) to provide overspeed protection for steam and gas turbines and other prime movers. The system replaces mechanical overspeed devices, especially in high-speed applications (above 10,000 rpm) when a mechanical overspeed device becomes unreliable. (product spec 85562) 

The 5009 control is designed to provide highly reliable control on critical steam turbine applications. It can be configured to control condensing, backpressure, and single automatic extraction/admission turbines. The 5009 is field programmable and uses Windows™ menu-driven software to guide site engineers on configuring the control to a specific generator or mechanical drive application. The 5009 can be configured to operate as a stand-alone unit or in conjunction with a plant's Distributed Control System. (product spec 85578) 

The 505DE is a microprocessor-based control with integral application software that is designed to control double automatic extraction/admission steam turbines. The turbine control architecture is patterned after the popular 505E Single Extraction/Admission Steam Turbine Control. Like the 505E, the 505DE uses configurable software for maximum field flexibility. The control hardware consists of four plug-together modules housed in a rugged metal chassis. The SmartCore module and the Analog I/O module contain the I/O required for double extraction turbine control. The main processor and the Ethernet port are located on the Pentium CPU module. The Power Supply module (24 Vdc) is provided to power the entire control assembly. The control also contains 12 relay drivers for external use. (product spec 03312)

The 505CC-2 is a microprocessor-based control with integral application software designed to control a single-valve or two-valve steam turbine and its one- or twostage compressor load. The turbine control architecture is patterned after the popular 505 and 505E turbine controls. The anti-surge control provides the user with a choice between two algorithms—the standard Woodward anti-surge algorithm or a special ‘minimum transducer’ design that adapts to variable molecular weights. Like the 505, the 505CC-2 uses configurable software for maximum field flexibility. The control hardware consists of four plug-together modules housed in a rugged metal chassis. The SmartCore module contains the basic I/O for turbine control. An Analog I/O module interfaces with the signal I/O associated with the one- or twostage load compressor. The main processor and an Ethernet port are located on the Pentium CPU module. In addition, a Power Supply module (24 Vdc) is provided to power the entire control assembly. The modules are stacked into a PC/104 configuration that eliminates the need for a costly motherboard. Connections between the modules are made with plug-together on-board connectors that are environmentally rated for industrial service in adverse conditions. (product spec 03298) 

The Servo Position Controller (SPC) is a servo-valve driver that accepts a DeviceNet or 4–20 mA based position demand signal from a system controller, and accurately positions proportional or integrating servo-valves. The SPC has the required accuracy, responsiveness, and redundancy required for steam or gas turbine fuel valve control. For valve position sensing, the SPC accepts feedback signals from one or two (redundant) ac devices or one dc device. A Windows based software program is used to configure the SPC, adjust tunables, and monitor parameters via a personal computer. For ease of service, SPC configurations can be done while connected or disconnected to the unit. Once a configuration has been created, this program allows configurations to be uploaded and downloaded to other SPCs as desired. (product spec 03254)

For isolated power units, the new GCP-11 genset control provides complete engine and generator control, as well as control logic for one power circuit breaker. The GCP-11 unit provides engine start-stop control, and also protects the engine and generator for speed, temperature, pressure, voltage, current, frequency, overload or other faults. The control includes a total of 12 discrete alarm inputs, 2 analog engine signal inputs, 1 switching/magnetic Pickup input, and 9 freely configurable relay outputs. (product spec 03242) 

For emergency and stand-by power applications, the GCP-12 genset control with control logic for two power circuit breakers could be used. The GCP-12 unit provides engine start-stop control, ATS transfer switch control (open transition), and also protects the engine and generator for speed, temperature, pressure, voltage, frequency, or other faults. The control includes a total of 12 discrete alarm inputs, 2 analog engine signal inputs, 1 switching/magnetic Pickup input, and 8 freely configurable relay outputs. (product spec 03242)

 The easYgen™-1000 is a second-generation genset control designed to provide a maximum of flexibility in a user friendly, easy-to-use, and intuitive design with a big graphical display for simple applications. This controller is one of a large series of new and powerful genset controls (easYgen). This sophisticated trend-setting technology offers a maximum of flexibility for each user. New technologies included are: FlexApp™ (This intelligent and flexible feature provides the tool for simple adjustment of multiple applications); DynamicsLCD™ (The graphical LCD provides softkeys that vary depending on application and operation); FlexIn™ (The included two analog inputs can be freely configured through the user); FlexCAN™ (Flexible CAN bus for multiple use. Selectable during configuration); LogicsManager™ (A large number of measuring values, inputs, internal states or constant values can be combined logically to operate a relay contact or an internal function); FlexRange™ (The true rms voltage measuring combines both rated 120 Vac and rated 480 Vac). Users need to keep only one unit in stock. (product spec 37180) 

The GCP-20 is also designed for emergency and stand-by power applications, but controls the speed governor and voltage regulator to provide no-break transfer (closed transition) to and from the utility. The GCP-20 monitors the generator and the utility and protects for voltage, current, frequency, active and reverse power, load imbalance, and overload faults. The engine is monitored for speed, temperature and pressure. The control includes a total of 14 discrete alarm inputs, 4 analog engine signal inputs, 1 switching/magnetic Pickup input, and 4 freely configurable relay outputs. Additional external units interfering with the control, remote control and analog speed/voltage bias signals are available as options. Æ Please request special versions from our sales department. (product spec 03243)

The GCP-21 incorporates control and synchronizing logic for one circuit breaker and is well suited for isolated and mains parallel operation in stand-by, combined heat and power, and peak shaving applications. A soft loading feature is included in this control unit. Additional protection features include phase/vector shift and reduced power faults as well as a quick mains failure detection for permanent operation in parallel with the utility (no separate utility protection device necessary). The GCP-21 control includes a total of 14 discrete alarm inputs, 4 analog engine signal inputs, 1 switching/magnetic Pickup input, and 4 freely configurable relay outputs. Additional external units interfering with the control, remote control and analog speed/voltage bias signals are available as options. Æ Please request special versions from our sales department. (product spec 03243) 

The GCP-22 adds control logic for two circuit breakers, providing mains failure detection, ATS transfer switch control (open transition), no-break transfer (closed transition), and soft loading feature for both directions utility to generator and generator to utility. Æ Please request special versions from our sales department. (product spec 03243) 

The most powerful of the new genset control panels — the GCP-31 and GCP-32 units — are similar in function to the GCP-21 and GCP-22 controls, but add load sharing and VAR sharing capabilities for multiple unit operation. They also incorporate a synchroscope on the front panel. Standard I/O include 16 discrete alarm inputs, 7 analog engine or generator signal inputs, 1 switching/magnetic Pickup input, and 7 freely configurable relay outputs. Additional external units interfering with the control, additional inputs/outputs, remote control and analog speed/voltage bias signals are available as options. A real-time clock and event recorder is also available. Æ Please request special versions from our sales department. (product spec 03240) 

The EGCP-2 is a microprocessor based complete generator control and engine management package. It is designed for use with an automatic voltage regulator and a Woodward or other speed control to automate and protect diesel or gas engine based generator sets. Designed for small to medium size generator sets, the EGCP-2 can be configured to operate stand-alone or utility paralleled sets. A network of EGCP-2 controls is capable of controlling up to eight unmanned generator sets for base-load, peak shaving or backup power generation. (product spec 03219) Designed for medium- and large-sized generators, the EGCP-3 adds to the powerful EGCP-2 product with advanced IEEE protection algorithms, utility-grade metering, individual control of utility and inter-tie breakers, added input/output capabilities and backward compatibility with Woodward DSLC/MSLC synchronizers. A network of up to 16 EGCP-3 controls can handle your most sophisticated base-load, peak shaving or backup power generation applications. Based on Woodward’s powerful GAP™ application programming tools, the EGCP-3 can be easily customized by Woodward, your Woodward distributor or, with a GAP license and minimal training, by OEM customers. (product specs 03300, 03301, 03302)

The SPM-D10 digital synchronizer incorporates control logic for one circuit breaker (including a two-phase synchronization), display of ac data on the front panel, a user keypad, a built-in synchroscope, and easy configuration. Also available is built-in utility protection for over-/under-voltage, over-/under-frequency, phase/vector shift; generator protection for over-/under-voltage, over-/underfrequency, and for reverse/reduce power and overload. The SPM-D10/Yb is a three-phase synchronizer that includes the complete control logic for one power circuit breaker. An additional expanded function logic to couple synchronous networks and different de-energized (black) busses completes this unit to a complete and powerful solution. (product spec 03241) 

The DSLC™ control is a microprocessor-based synchronizer and load control designed for use on three-phase ac generators equipped with Woodward or other compatible speed controls and compatible automatic voltage regulators. The DSLC control is a synchronizer, a load sensor, a load control, a dead bus closing system, and optionally a VAR/PF and process control, all integrated into one powerful, yet convenient package. (product spec 02006) The MSLC control is a microprocessor-based load control designed for threephase electric power generation sites equipped with Woodward DSLC Digital Synchronizer and Load Control units which operate in parallel with the utility. The MSLC is a synchronizer, a utility load sensor, an import/export load level control, a power factor control, and a master process control. (product spec 02021)

The MFR 11 provides voltage protection only, and different packages are available for different applications: • MFR 11/MP package includes protection for over-/under-voltage, over-/underfrequency, and voltage asymmetry faults. • MFR 11/NU package adds a wide range power supply. • MFR 11/VDEW package includes protection for over-/under-voltage, over-/under-frequency, voltage asymmetry faults and protection for phase/vector shift. • MFR 11/G59 package adds protection for df/dt (ROCOF) faults, and five additional relay outputs. • MFR 11/G59N package adds a wide range power supply to the G59 package. • MFR 11/SC package was made for synch-check and zero-voltage monitoring. (product spec 03244) 

The MFR 12 provides current protection only, and different packages are available for different applications: • MFR 12/CP package includes protection for time-overcurrent (TOC) and calculated ground faults. • MFR 12/51V package includes protection for time-overcurrent (TOC), calculated ground faults and voltage restraint time overcurrent. • MFR 12/IvIkR package includes protection for ground faults via measurement of the displacement voltage. • MFR 12/50-51GN package includes protection for directional ground faults. (product spec 03249) 

The MFR 13 provides voltage, current and power protection, and different packages are available for different applications: • MFR 13/GP package includes protection for over-/under-voltage, over-/underfrequency, voltage asymmetry, time-overcurrent (TOC), overload, reduced/reverse load, load imbalance, re-active power (loss of excitation), and power factor cosphi as well as monitoring for zero-voltage. • MFR 13/GPX package adds five additional configurable relay outputs and a synch-check relay function. • MFR 13/GPX-I package additionally offers a MOD bus RTU slave interface. (product spec 03245)