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Woodward’s Advanced Proportional Engine Controls System (APECS) provides isochronous or multi-speed engine governing through a wide speed range. The complete system consists of a powerful microprocessor-based controller driving a precision proportional actuator. The actuator is connected to the engine’s throttle or fuel pump speed lever to precisely control engine speed. The state-of-the-art APECS digital governor system provides the flexibility to solve most engine control applications, including:• Power Generation• Industrial• Marine• Automotive• Construction• Agriculture/ForestryAPECS controller models are available for isochronous governing of generator sets or compressors, in single- or two-speed control.
APECS® is the Advanced Proportional Engine Control System. The Woodward APECS® 4500 Programmable Engine Controller controls small spark-ignition engines. The control operates on 9?32 Vdc, and accepts inputs from magnetic pickup, coil-type spark ignition system, magneto spark ignition system, or Hall effect sensor. It offers user-selectable isochronous or droop governing and easy programmability, as well as an external analog input, two switched inputs, PTO switch input, idle verification switch input, engine protection switch input, a status LED, and a configurable auxiliary output.