TROVIS 6493 Type Compact Controllers

The TROVIS 6493 Type Compact Controller is a digital device designed for automating industrial and process plants. It's suitable for various control tasks with features like non-volatile memory for settings retention, configuration via keys or TROVIS-VIEW 4 software, two analog and one binary input for enhanced functionality, and multiple output options including relay and transistor outputs. It offers IP 65 protection and supports set point control, with the ability to link input variables and control signal limitations.

Key Features

Key features and benefits of SAMSON Electronic & Pneumatic Controllers

Key Features

SAMSON controllers are engineered for exact regulation, allowing for fine adjustments to maintain desired operational parameters, critical in processes where accuracy is paramount.

Key Features

These controllers are compatible with a wide range of systems, facilitating easy incorporation into existing setups without extensive modifications, ensuring a smooth and efficient workflow.

Key Features

Built to withstand the demands of various industrial environments, SAMSON controllers are known for their durability and consistent performance, reducing downtime and maintenance requirements.

Controller Standards & Stuff

Inputs: Two Analog, One Binary, TROVIS Interface
Outputs: One Analog, Two Relay, One Transistor, Supply
Permissible Ambient Temperature: 0 to 50 °C
Options: Supply Voltage
Display: Backlit LCD
Reading Range: -999 to 9999
Compliance: CE & EAC


Electronic controllers regulate the operation of devices or systems using electronic signals. They process input data from sensors, compare it with set points, and produce output signals that adjust mechanisms to achieve desired control actions.

Pneumatic controllers use compressed air to control the operation of mechanical systems. They respond to changes in pressure or flow and adjust control elements like valves to maintain the desired parameters within a system.

The key difference lies in their operating medium; electronic controllers use electrical signals, while pneumatic controllers use air pressure. Electronic controllers are generally more precise and faster, whereas pneumatic controllers are preferred in hazardous environments due to their inherent safety.

Your choice should be based on factors like precision, environment, cost, and safety. Electronic controllers are ideal for precise control and complex applications, while pneumatic controllers are better suited for explosive or flammable environments due to their non-electric nature.

Electronic controllers offer high precision, flexibility, and the ability to easily integrate with digital systems. They support complex algorithms for advanced control strategies, improving efficiency and productivity.

Pneumatic controllers are inherently explosion-proof, making them safer in volatile environments. They are also durable, simple to maintain, and effective for applications where digital precision is not critical.

Yes, in many industrial systems, both types of controllers are used together to leverage the advantages of each. For example, electronic controllers might manage the system logic and monitoring, while pneumatic controllers directly manipulate the physical process elements.

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SAMSON Electronic & Pneumatic Controllers