EEG7000 Enhanced Electronic Digital Speed Controller
- Mini-ECUTSC1 Control Capable with Diagnostic Messages (DM)
- Isochronous, Variable, or Customizable Droop Governing
- 3 Fixed Speeds or Variable Speed with Direct 0-5 V, 5 kΩ, or 4-20 mA Input
- Built-in USB Port for Easy Configuration with Free Software
- Engine Hour Meter and Service Timer
- Built-in Speed Switch Output for Crank or Overspeed
- Black Smoke Reduction, Speed Ramp Control, Load Sharing / Synchronizing Option and Cummins EFC Capable.
- Fully Sealed, IP67
The EEG7000 Enhanced Electronic Digital Speed Controller is designed to precisely control engine speed and provide a fast precise response to transient engine loads for diesel and gaseous fueled engines. When paired with a GAC actuator the EEG is a significant upgrade for any mechanical governor system that needs flexibility, precision or accurate speed control.
The EEG is designed for industrial engine applications from generator sets, mechanical drives, pumps compressors and off-road mobile equipment.
The EEG7000 is programmed using the GAConfig Tool, consolidating the most popular features into one user friendly, compact package. It can be controlled directly over J1939 with aftermarket displays such as ComAp, Dynagen, and Murphy, etc.; a solution for every application.
The USB port on the front of the unit allows for easy configuration with our one of our free software packages. The Interface Tool provides a single dashboard interface or our more robust GAConfig Tool, each making it easy to optimize setting parameters for your application.
Ease of use , reliability, and system compatibility are hallmarks of GAC equipment.
Engine equipment monitoring and power control solutions are often created over time, with various manufacturer components added as needs arise. Sometimes finding a way to make all the components talk is difficult. With that understanding many of GACs controllers and supporting modules have selectable polarity built in to the design. For the EEG7500 and the EEG7000 the software does the heavy lifting, for many others like the LSM201, a simple jumper lets you reverse the polarity of the load sharing input signal.
GAC Application Engineers receive requests for solutions and troubleshooting from all over the world. This week a deep water operations vessel had a question about a new piece of GAC equipment, the LSM201N load sharing module, recently added to a pair of auxiliary generators using QSM11Cummins engines with the ISM Engine Control Module (ECM). Balancing power distribution between engines is the primary function of the LSM. It can also provide power control through ramping and monitoring, accurately measuring true engine power.
When one of the two QSM11-DM engines reversed power it was easy to determine the cause. Out of the box the LSM201N interpreted the ECM increased voltage to be a request to decrease power. But the ECM translated increased voltage as a need to increase power. The LSM was built to allow a hardware solution of adding a jumper to change polarity, but like both GACs EEG7000 and the EEG7500 controllers, the ECM was also able to use software to match the LSMs polarity. The issue was easily resolved and the boat was soon back in service.