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    Globe Valve vs. Ball Valve

    There are many applications of valves in life, such as faucets, water heaters, gas, etc., all have valves. But there are many types of valves according to their structure, principle, application field and so on. Among them, globe valve and ball valve are common types, so what is the difference between globe valve and ball valve? In this article, ATO industrial automation will introduce the differences between globe valve and ball valve.

    What’s the Difference between Single and Multi-Turn Absolute Encoders?

    Absolute encoder refers to the absolute code within the precise measurement device (sensor), within the range of precise measurement, the specific position of all mechanical equipment has a unique corresponding relationship with the origin of the specific position of the machine in advance, any time accurate measurements do not rely on the history of previous measurements. Even without moving, the unique absolute code can be output directly.

    Solid State Relay vs. Mechanical Relay

    In general, solid state relays are quite similar to the mechanical relays that have movable contacts. The main difference between both is the fact that there are no actual moving components in an SSR, just like the name suggests. Rather than relying on a physical contact moving to complete the circuit, solid state relays (SSR) employ optical semiconductor switching elements, such as diodes, thyristors, triacs and transistors. In this article, ATO automation will explore these two typical relays and find out more about their differences. 

    DC Circuit Breaker vs. AC Circuit Breaker

    AC circuit breaker is the main power control equipment of substation. Both DC circuit breaker and on-load voltage regulator refer to the transformer tap switch voltage regulation mode.  The difference is that the non-excited voltage regulator does not have the ability to change gears with load. We need to understand the difference between AC and DC circuit breakers from different aspects. In this article, ATO industrial atomation will explore the differences between the two.

    Digital Load Cell vs. Analog Load Cell

    Load cells are responsible for measuring the weight or force applied on a scale. In essence, load cells determine the accuracy of a weighing balance. There are two primary forms of load cells, analog and digital. In this article, we're gonna make a simple differentiation of both. Simply put, the difference between an analog and a digital load cell is how their signal is processed. They differ in three major ways: signal strength, signal content and data sample rate.

    Angle Seat Valve vs Solenoid Valve: What are their Differences?

    Angle valves and solenoid valves are two commonly used types of valves, especially for their long life and easy-to-operate intelligent control, which are widely used in projects. However, there are certain differences between the two products. Only by distinguishing the various characteristics can a better selection be made.

    Single VS Double Acting Pneumatic Cylinders: What are their Differences?

    There is a wide range of cylinder types, and cylinder designs vary according to their application and end-use industry. These cylinder types differ in certain components. The more commonly used pneumatic actuators in manufacturing consist of a piston and rod moving within a closed cylinder and are designed to move in a straight line to provide linear motion. This type of linear actuator is used in various industrial sectors, factory automation and packaging, as well as transportation and life science applications. Single-acting cylinders and double-acting cylinders are common types of cylinders.

    Pneumatic and Electric Butterfly Valve: What are their differences?

    There is no difference between the butterfly valves themselves, the difference lies in their respective actuators and the applicable working conditions affected by the actuators. Among them, butterfly valves can be divided into pneumatic butterfly valves and electric butterfly valves, both of which are widely used in the market. These two butterfly valves are easily confused because of the difference in driving energy. This kind of valve with structural similarity is more likely to be confused in procurement and use, so buyers need to fully grasp the principles and advantages of the two. Here is a detailed introduction to the difference between them. Let's take a look.

    Managed vs Unmanaged Industrial Switch: What are Their Difference?

    The industrial Ethernet has been wildly used in daily life. As an important component of the network, industrial switches play an important role in current industrial automation. Industrial field switches can be divided into two categories: unmanaged and managed. General device internal network, such as CPU. Unmanaged switches are used for data exchange between distributed modules; managed switches are used for communication between devices and the factory network. They all belong to the industrial ethernet switches. So, what is the difference between an unmanaged switch and a managed switch? Today we will talk about this topic.

    Difference between Smoke Detectors and Carbon Monoxide Detectors

    Smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors are two different instruments, and they have obvious differences in nature. Next, we will provide you with detailed information to explain their differences in different aspects.

    Explosion Proof Solenoid Valve vs. General Solenoid Valve

    Solenoid valve is a kind of industrial equipment controlled by solenoid. It is a basic component for automatically controlling fluid. It belongs to the actuator, not limited to hydraulic and pneumatic. The solenoid valve can cooperate with different circuits to complete the expected control, ensuring the accuracy and flexibility of the control. There are many kinds of solenoid valves, different solenoid valves have different functions. In this article, ATO industrial automation will give you a comparison of explosion proof solenoid valve and general solenoid valve.

    Difference between Gyroscope and Accelerometer

    The accelerometer is one of the basic measurement elements of inertial navigation and guidance systems. In other words, the accelerometer is an oscillating system installed inside the motion carrier to measure the motion acceleration of the carrier. The gyroscope is called an angular velocity sensor, which is different from an accelerometer. The physical quantity it measures is deflection and tilt rotational angle speed. Many of us often hear the term accelerometer sensor and gyroscope sensor, but what is the difference between them?With these questions, ATO will introduce them to you.

    Difference between Electric Ball Valve and Pneumatic Ball Valve

    Electric ball valves are generally connected to the ball valve by an electric actuator. After debugging through the device, it will become an electric ball valve. The electric ball valve is powered by electric energy, opens the electric actuator to drive the ball valve, completes the switching and conditioning of the ball valve, and then achieves the intention of switching or conditioning the pipeline medium.

    Differences between Synchronous and Asynchronous Motor

    Many people often get confused with the terms Synchronous and Asynchronous motors and what exactly are their applications. In this article, we will see what a synchronous motor is and how it differs from an asynchronous motor. We will compare and contrast the general working principles their advantages and where are they normally used and what can be achieved using each of these motors. of synchronous and asynchronous motors.

    Difference between Pressure Sensor and Pressure Transmitter

    Many items have several names, and many of them are very similar, such as grapes and raisins, oranges and oranges, cherries and cherries. They are very similar in appearance but they are not the same item. There are also the same situation in the industrial instrument industry. Although pressure transmitters and pressure sensors have similar names, they are indeed two completely different types of accessories. Their differences are mainly reflected in the following aspects. The ATO will provide you with detailed description on their differences.

    Mud Pump vs Sewage Pump

    Mud pumps are often used in the field of oil drilling and are an important part of drilling equipment. They are mainly used to transport flushing fluids such as mud or water into the borehole during the drilling process. Commonly used mud pumps are piston-type or plunger-type. The power machine drives the crankshaft of the pump to rotate, and then the crankshaft drives the plunger or piston to reciprocate in the pump cylinder through the crosshead. Under the alternating action of suction and discharge, the flushing fluid is circulated.

    Combustible Gas Detector vs. Toxic Gas Detector

    Gas detectors have a wide range of applications in the industrial field, and their application value is increasingly valued and concerned by people. We know that gas detectors are divided into toxic gas detectors, combustible gas detectors, portable gas detectors, and stationary gas detectors. So what is the difference between a combustible gas detector and a toxic gas detector?

    Hydraulic Pump vs. Hydraulic Motor

    The structure and working principle of hydraulic pumps and hydraulic motors are very similar, and some people often confuse the two. The hydraulic pump is the place where work is required to convert mechanical energy) into pressure energy, and the system that transports the pressure oil needs to do work. The hydraulic motor converts pressure energy into mechanical energy, and the pressure oil drives the blades in the hydraulic motor to rotate, thereby driving the mechanical work connected to the hydraulic motor shaft. provides hydraulic pumps and hydraulic motors are energy conversion elements in hydraulic transmission systems. What's the difference between the two?

    The Difference Between Slip Ring and Traditional Collector Ring

    A pneumatic electric slip ring is composed of an elastic brush, combined bracket, and multi-ring body, with a dustproof cover, precision bearing, flange, or fork plate. The main function of the slip ring is to achieve contact between the relative rotational power, electrical signal, or current transmission between two elements. At present, slip rings are widely used in precision transmissions that require large axial spacing, small radial dimensions, and small friction torque.

    Sander VS. Polisher

    Sander is commonly used woodworking machinery, many people will operate it, but will not repair it, sander in the process of operation, there are often some faults, but these faults should be eliminated in time, but if not handled properly, it may affect production and increase costs. Polishing machines, also known as grinders, are often used as mechanical grinding, polishing and waxing. Sander is the machinery and equipment used to complete the sanding work, involving a wide range of industries and a wide range of categories. The following will detail the use of the sander and how it differs from the polisher.