Circuit with Servo Valve

This circuit detects the position of two cylinders and uses two servo valves to control the amount of working fluid required to adjust synchronization errors. The following figure is an example of such feedback-synchronization control. Rather than detecting the position of one cylinder, and giving the feedback to the other cylinder for synchronization, it is better and more accurate with less time lag if each cylinder works separately and their positions are controlled by different servo valves.

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