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Using fault-tolerant control strategies to ensure continued operation

June 1, 2017
Sponsored by Eaton
Intelligent hydraulic systems with embedded sensors are becoming more common, and with that can come real or perceived reliability challenges with the sensors themselves. This white paper will help you understand fault-tolerant control strategies for an intelligent independent metering valve that allow continued operation if a sensor ends up failing.

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