Elettronica Veneta
Modular Automatic Process Controls

The system enables the training of instrument technicians and users in the field of industrial process controls


Modular Automatic Process Controls

Suitable to study courses where the familiarization with the concepts of process, regulation and stability are required.

The different command and control blocks are electronic kind but appear as modules which input/output relation is important to be known

Using a frame for vertical mounting of the modules and the power supply unit, the different cards are assembled for conditioning, setting, regulation and display of signals that are connected to the studied process.

This kind of mounting enables to use the system also for collective explanations and demonstrations.

  • Modular Automatic Process Controls Model:
  • Temperature process: PT/EV
  • Level and flow process: PLP/EV
  • Pressure process: PP/EV
  • Angular speed process: PV/EV
  • Linear position process: PPL/EV
  • Luminosity process: CPL/EV
  • Force transducer: TF/EV
  • Linear shift transducer: TSL/EV
  • Proximity sensors: SP/EV


  • Wide range of transducers and actuators
  • Many controlled processes
  • Use of electronic regulators
  • A/D and D/A interface for connection to Personal Computer

Training Program:

  • Analysis and calibration of the signal conditioners
  • Detection of the characteristic curve of the transducers
  • Determination of the linearity of the transducers
  • Determination of the response delay of transducers and signal conditioners
  • Analysis of the On/Off, three-state, proportional, integrative and derivative actions of the controller
  • Detection of the transfer functions of the power amplifiers
  • Determination of the time constants of the single processes
  • Controller set-up according to:
    • response at stability limit
    • process index response
    • process frequency response
  • Detection of the closed-loop processes response with On/ Off or Three-state controller
  • Detection of the closed-loop processes response with P, P+I, P+D, P+I+D controller
  • Open loop processes: comparison of the responses with closed-loop processes
  • Comparison of the sensitivity to the open-loop and closedloop load variations
  • Detection of the permanent state error and the processes, according to the used controller
  • Detection of the transient state behavior of the processes, according to the controller time constants

Supplied with:

  • Theoretical – Application Handbook with Guide to the Process Control Application
  • Installation Use and Maintenance Handbook