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    How to Test a Solid State Relay?

    Solid state relays will get damaged instantly if their input and output configurations are exceeded. Because of their unique design, this sort of damage can hardly be inspected visually and audibly from the outside, making SSRs harder to diagnose than mechanical relays. But with a few simple troubleshooting steps, it can be easy to check if a relay is working as expected or not. The relay we have chosen for the test is a DC controlled, AC output solid state relay. In this article, we'll show you step-by-step instructions on how to test a solid state relay.

    Mini Portable Gas Detector Functions & Auto Zero Calibration

    In today's blog, we're going to provide a comprehensive user guide for the ATO Mini Gas Detector. This portable device is designed for easy gas leak detection, and it boasts a user-friendly interface with simple operational functions. Whether you're new to gas detection or a seasoned pro, you'll find this guide helpful in navigating the key features and functionalities of the Mini Portable Gas Detector.

    How to Set up Portable Multi Gas Detector?

    Welcome to our blog, where we'll explore the user manual and calibration process for ATO's explosion-proof portable gas detector series. These devices are designed with user-friendliness in mind, featuring only three buttons: the on/off button, N/- button, and Y/+ button. Despite the simplicity of its interface, this gas detector offers a wide range of capabilities. In this guide, we'll walk you through manual operation and calibration procedures, ensuring that you can maximize the utility of this essential tool.

    How to Test a Mini Handheld Single Gas Detector?

    A mini handheld single gas detector is a small portable device designed to monitor and measure the concentration of a specific gas in the environment. These gas detectors are commonly used in industry, environmental protection, and health and safety to ensure that the concentration of gases in a workplace or environment is within safe limits. ATO online hop will explain in detail how to carry out the testing of a mini handheld single gas detector, including preparation, testing procedures, and data analysis.

    How to Set up Portable Oxygen Detector?

    In this blog, we're going to delve into the world of parameter settings for ATO's portable oxygen detector. This compact and user-friendly device provides precise oxygen concentration measurements and offers an array of features that can be customized to suit your needs. With only five straightforward push buttons, you'll quickly become familiar with the controls and gain full control over your oxygen detection.

    How Does a Combustible Gas Leak Detector Test for Butane Leaks?

    Combustible gas leak detectors are important safety equipment used to monitor combustible gas leaks in the environment and ensure the safety of workplaces and public areas. Combustible gas leak detectors use a variety of sensing technologies to detect gas leaks and are designed to prevent fire and explosion incidents. The following is ATO store provides you with how to use a combustible gas leak detector to detect butane.

    How to Calibrate with CHB Load Cell Controllers?

    A load cell is a device used to measure the mass or weight of an object by converting the effect of gravity on the object into an electrical signal or digital data. These load cells are typically used in a wide variety of applications, including industrial, commercial, and scientific research. ATO online shop will show you how to calibrate it using the load cell in question.

    How to Check the Load Cell with a Multimeter?

    How can you easily determine whether a load cell is still functional? As the most essential as well as the most vulnerable part of electrical scales, load cells' proper functioning has a lot to do with the accuracy of weighing. In this article, ATO will be showing you a simple way to test your load cell quickly and easily.

    Fuse/CBB65 Capacitor/MOS Tube Testing in Frequency Converter

    A frequency converter, also known as an AC power supply/inverter, is a power conversion device. At present, ATO single-phase and three-phase frequency converters are ideal solutions for household appliances, industrial power conversion, laboratory testing, aviation, military applications, etc. will introduce you to how to test the fuse/MOS module/CBB65 capacitor in the frequency converter in this article. In order to understand the testing process more clearly, we have released a video explanation, please watch the video for more information.

    Transformer/IGBT/Driver Board Testing in Frequency Converter

    Frequency Converter, also known as AC power supply/frequency changer, is an electric supply conversion device. It converts the alternating current in the electric supply through AC-DC-AC and outputs a pure sine wave. It converts the alternating current in the mains through AC-DC-AC and outputs a pure sine wave. In this article, ATO will introduce you to how to test a 9V transformer/IGBT/driver board in a frequency converter. In order to understand the testing process more clearly, we have posted a video explanation, please watch the video for more information.

    How to Operate Cabinet Frequency Converter?

    Frequency converter is a power control equipment that uses frequency conversion technology and microelectronics technology to control AC motor by changing the working power frequency of the motor. Inverter can provide the required power supply voltage according to the actual needs of the motor, so as to achieve the purpose of energy saving and speed regulation. With the continuous improvement of industrial automation, frequency converter has been widely used. In this article, we' re gonna tell the operating steps of our cabinet frequency converter.

    Wiring RS485 Port of Torque Sensor for Modbus Communication

    ATO digital rotary torque sensor with LCD display has the capacity range from 0.1 Nm/0.3 Nm/1 Nm/5 Nm/10 Nm/300 Nm/1000 Nm to 10000 Nm. LCD display can show torque, speed and power value at the same time. This article shows you how to wire and set a torque sensor in Modbus mode via S484 interface as a walkthrough of one of the applications of ATO torque sensors.

    5 Common Problems in Torque Sensor with Real-time Monitoring Software

    Torque sensor is a kind of precision measuring instrument for measuring various torque, rotational speed and mechanical power. Torque sensors convert physical changes in torque force into accurate electrical signals. With the development of the society, all the measurement signal conditioning is integrated into the sensor, so that it can perform diagnostic processing, including monitoring temperature and mechanical limit values. In this article, we will introduce some common problems in torque sensor working with real-time monitoring software.

    How to Wire and Set a Digital Rotary Torque Sensor?

    ATO digital torque sensor feature a wide capacity range from 0.1/5/300/1000 Nm to 10000 Nm, with optional RS485 as well as other type’s output signals. Equipped with a 7 pin waterproof circular locking connector and 3m cable, the torque sensor can measure both forward and reverse torque. Now, we’re gonna talk about a digital rotary torque sensor from ATO, Model TQS-DYN-200.

    How to Distinguish Active Signal and Passive Signal?

    For current signals, if the equipment has an independent power line, the signal output it provides (such as 4-20 mA) is active signal; If the device has no independent power supply, the signal it provides is passive. The output signal of three-wire instrument and four-wire instrument is active signal, and the output signal of two-wire instrument is passive signal. In this article, we will introduce the passive and actice signal.

    What is a Non-encolsure VFD for Custom-made Equipment?

    Customized equipment, also known as non-standard equipment, is a type of integrated automated equipment that is specifically designed as customers desire and not circulating on the market. In this video, we’re gonna show you a non-enclosure VFD that is specially built for custom-made equipment.

    What Causes the Inverter Not to Work?

    The inverter converts DC (batteries, accumulators) to AC. In general, an inverter is an electronic device that converts low-voltage (12, 24, 48 volts, etc.) DC power into 220V AC (or other voltage) power. It consists of an inverter bridge, control logic and filtering circuit. When there is no output from an inverter, what's the reason?

    Relay/ Contactor Interlock Circuit Wiring

    When an electrical circuit has two contactors and only one of them needs to be turned on at a time then the interlocking system is used. The interlocking system ensures that only one contactor can be on while another one will be in off condition even if we try to manually on.

    5 Frequency Control Methods for VFD

    A variable-frequency drive (VFD) is a type of motor drive used in electro-mechanical drive systems to control AC motor speed and torque by varying motor input frequency and, depending on topology, to control associated voltage or current variation. VFDs can be used to control AC motor speeds by changing the motor's frequency without sacrificing the output power of the motor. This is done by turning the speed pot (explained in section three) of an AC motor drive.

    How to Change Induction Motor Wye Connection to Delta Connection?

    Induction motor refers to a motor that relies on electromagnetic induction between the stator and the rotor to induce current in the rotor to realize electromechanical energy conversion. Three-phase asynchronous motors generally have two wiring structures, WYE (Y) and Delta (△). When the Y-type access voltage is 380V, we can change it to △ type 220V.