Alberta Governor provides electronic governors for engines. We carry Woodward governors, known for their quality and durtability, and are designated by Woodward as an Authorized Independent Service Facility.
We carry the following electronic governors for engines:
Woodward’s 2301E provides load sharing and speed control of generators being driven by diesel or gaseous engines. With built-in flexible configuration software, application variations can now be selected using an external computer (PC). Changing the application to accommodate engine speed range, gear teeth, and selection of forward or reverse acting is simply a matter of software setup. The 2301E controller is backward compatible with existing 2301D products.
The Woodward 2301D and 2301D-EC are digital, microprocessor-based devices that control load sharing and speed. The 2301D-EC is equipped with Extended Modbus Communications. Both 2301D models are applicable to generators driven by diesel or gaseous engines.
Both models include flexible software that can accommodate various engine speed ranges, gear teeth, and forward or reverse motion.
The 2301A Speed Control controls the speed or load of diesel or gas engines, or steam or gas turbines. The unit provides control in the isochronous mode, with droop available through an externally-wired potentiometer. The isochronous mode is used for constant speed of the controlled prime mover as long as it is able to provide power to satisfy the load.
The LCS ITB integrated throttle body and speed control or actuator provides a building block approach to total engine management. This modular design consists of a die-cast aluminum throttle body plus a fully programmable integrated digital speed control and bi-directional actuator.
Integrated, bi-directional actuator or OEM-configurable speed control
ProAct™ ISC combines the proven ProAct electric actuator with integrated speed control software to control the speed of diesel and gaseous fuel engines. ProAct ISC is a microprocessor-based speed control incorporated into an actuator, creating a single integrated actuator/speed control. This eliminates the need for an additional driver box and speed control box.
ProAct ISC can also be configured as a position control only device for basic actuator applications, accepting 4–20 mA, 0–5V, -3V to +3V, or CAN position command signals.
The ProAct ISC control uses state-of-the-art speed sensing and control algorithms. It also performs comprehensive diagnostics for easy troubleshooting. The ProAct ISC is configured and tuned using the ProAct ISC Service Tool.
The modular bi-directional actuator design easily attaches to fuel pumps, fuel valves, or throttle bodies.
Woodward’s actiVgen engine speed control is designed specifically for use on Caterpillar diesel engines equipped with ADEM electronic control modules, and can markedly improve the transient response of Caterpillar generators in load-sharing applications.
The actiVgen control does not replace the ADEM control; rather it is used as a separate, external primary speed control with user-configurable PID settings. The actiVgen control gives the user full access to tune the Caterpillar engine directly (rather than needing a Cat technician to make tuning changes in the ADEM module), which can save time and expense during commissioning. The actiVgen control frees the user to make regular "maintenance" tuning adjustments over time to maintain optimum system performance as operating conditions change.
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 APECS 500 controller combines the convenience of manual adjustments with the flexibility of a computer-based calibration tool. Electrical connections consist of six wires to battery, actuator and magnetic engine speed pickup. For most applications, APECS 500 can be connected and adjusted with simple hand tools. This single speed controller is designed to meet the needs of the small genset market where simplicity, ease of operation, and low cost are key features.
Advanced electronics in APECS 4500 provide maximum control and optimal engine performance. Adaptive features include autocrank, droop governing, glow plug control, and analog input (remote speed pot). CAN/J1939 bus interface allows communication and diagnostics among engine components.
The APECS 4500 controller is integrated into commercial and construction vehicles, and industrial engine systems and compressors by original equipment manufacturers and industrial plants. It is also suitable for low speed (< 25 km/h [16 mph]) non-consumer off-highway vehicles. Typical applications include generator sets, compressors, construction machinery, and farm vehicles.
The APECS 4800 control system combines a digital electronic controller with a rotary or linear actuator to provide speed control of diesel engines under 75 hp (56 kW). The system provides accurate, reliable, and durable control over the service life of the engine in the extreme operating environments found in power generation and industrial applications.
The 48-pin digital controller provides isochronous speed control, actuator position control, torque limiting, droop, glow plug control, CAN J1939-based communications, and additional engine management and protection functions to optimize engine operating efficiency.
Typical applications include stationary and mobile generator sets, construction machinery, and farm vehicles.
Electrically powered governor (EPG) systems are designed for precise speed control of diesel, gas, gasoline engines, and gas turbines. They are especially suited to prime movers without a mechanical drive or hydraulic oil supply for the governor and which have low-mass, low-friction fuel linkages.
The 512/524 and 1712/1724 EPGs are three-component governing systems for 12 or 24 Vdc operation. All EPG systems include an actuator, an electronic speed control, and magnetic pickup.