Many industries continue to use conventional regulators because of functionality. If a constant pressure is all that is needed, the conventional regulator can simply be set. When a changing or adjustable pressure is required (often based on the dynamics of the application), then an electropneumatic regulator provides significant advantages. Traditionally, pressure is set by manually adjusting a regulating valve. Turning a knob compresses a spring, which acts against a diaphragm or piston. ...

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