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Regulus R150 Compressor Control Panel


The R150 is an industrial compressor control panel which includes many standard features that are typically offered as optional equipment. The heart of the R150 system is a Siemens 200 series PLC installed in a rugged, heavy duty enclosure.

The standard panel includes the following hardware features:

  • NEMA 4 enclosure
  • Panel mounted E-stop button, horn, and alarm and trip lights
  • Powerful Siemens 200 Series PLC
  • 6” blue monochrome LCD touchscreen display
  • Memory flash card
  • USB port
  • MODBUS communication
  • Dry contacts for remote start, remote stop and remote unload
  • Dry contacts for common alarm and trip
  • Dry contact for condensate trap status
  • Electrical package, include power conditioner, aux oil pump starter, transformer and circuit breakers
  • Internally mounted transmitters
  • CE/UL Compliance

Optional hardware features include:

  • NEMA 4X SS enclosure
  • 10” TFT graphical color touch-screen HMI
  • Multi-language screen displays
  • Expandable I/O modules
  • TCP/MODBUS Ethernet module
  • Panel heater
  • Vortex panel cooler
  • NEMA 4
  • NEMA 4X
  • The standard 6” LCD touch-screen presents data in a clear and well organized layout. The 10” TFT upgrade includes graphical presentation of the data. Screen shots are available for both the six and ten inch displays.

The R150 comes standard with all four control modes including, Base, Suction Throttle, Auto-Dual (Combination Control) and intermittent.  Auto Dual control includes automatic Start/Stop.

Diagnostic tools include:

  • PLC fault diagnostics
  • Transmitter fault diagnostics
  • Software “keyed” by-pass of sensing devices to test instrumentation and control logic sequence.