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How Electronic Control Can Improve Hydraulic Pump Performance

A Power & Motion-hosted webinar sponsored by Bosch Rexroth

Originally broadcast on November 2, 2023. Now available On Demand.

Sponsored by: Bosch Rexroth

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Hydraulic components have played an important role in off-highway equipment for decades, powering drive systems and attachments. Increased use of electronics in this market required hydraulic components to extend their functionality without sacrificing flexibility and the availability of traditional options.

To help meet this market need, Bosch Rexroth introduced electronic pump control to its family of axial piston pumps with the new A1VC pump. This enabled the standard electro-mechanical and hydraulic controls typically used in the off-highway equipment market to be retained while enabling improved controllability and flexibility through use of electronic controls. In addition, the electronic controls allow readily available software modules to be used in a wider range of applications to help ease hydraulic pump integration and reduce time to market.

This webinar will provide you with:

  • an overview of the A1VC pump design,
  • an understanding of the technological benefits possible with electronic pump control,
  • and an application example of how electronic pump control was used and outperformed traditional systems in a real-world machine design.

Sponsored by:


Dr. Enrique Busquets
Director of Engineering
Bosch Rexroth North America

Dr. Enrique Busquets is the mobile hydraulics engineering director responsible for regional product and business development for electronics, software, telematics and electrification at Bosch Rexroth North America since April 2021.

Previously, Enrique was the engineering manager for systems and software development at Bosch Rexroth from 2018 to 2021, with a focus on mobile applications with electronified hydraulics and electrified systems.

Enrique holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at El Paso and master’s and doctorate degrees in mechanical engineering from Purdue University, with emphasis on hydraulics and electronics controls.

He is also the industry sponsor and representative at the Maha research center and National Fluid Power Association.