The EG2000 Speed Controller provides both an adjustable Idle Speed and ramp, for controlling engine smoke, vibration and warm-up. Together, the EG2000 Controller, Actuator and MPU (Magnetic Pickup) form the electronic engine governor assembly.
The EG2000 receives the signal from the MPU and, depending on the engine RPM, the actuator controls the fuel intake on the engine. The EG2000 receives its power from the engine batteries or an AC to DC power supply rated from 12 or 24 VDC ±20% matching the Actuator voltage. The average operating current is around 2.5 to 3.5 amps, but it may reach 15 Amps during engine start or sudden load changes.
Specifications of the EG2000 Speed Controller
- Operating Voltage
12 or 24 VDC ±20%
- Output Current
0.5 ~ 15 A
- Run Speed Adjustment range
Speed adjustment Potentiometer (30 turn)
4 Segment Dip Switch Adjustable From 600 ~ 9500 Hz.
- Idle Speed Adjustment Range
Run Speed 30 ~ 85%
- Ramp Time
3 ~ 20 Sec
- Remote Speed Pot
Ext. Remote speed pot terminal 6, 7, 8 (ILS) and 6, 7, 9
connect a 5KΩ potentiometer ±5% adjustment range.
- Temp. Stability
- Run Speed Stability
± 0.25 % at steady state
- MPU input signal
1 ~ 120VAC RMS
Run Speed, Idle Speed,
Ramp Time, Droop, Gain, Integration
- Mechanical Vibration
1G @ 18 ~ 30 Hz, 2.5G @ 48 ~ 70 Hz
- Relative Humidity
- Operating Temperature
-40 ~ 85℃
- Storage Temperature
-40 ~ 85℃
147mm L * 114mm W * 50mm H
690g ± 2%
- Protect the EG2000 by installing it inside the engine instrument control panel.
- Mount the Actuator close to the engine fuel system. See actuator manufacture instructions.
- Always choose a point on the actuator control arm in which it can rotate freely, providing minimum and maximum fuel (But do not bottom out the actuator; leave 2 to 3 degrees before the off and on position).
- Use a Non-Linear link on Gas engines to get low Gain at light loads and high Gain at heavy loads and a linear link on diesel ejection pumps.