Secondary control is the definition for a variable displacement rotary hydrostatic drive working with constant pressure. The controlling element of the system is the swivel angle of the hydraulic drive, normally an axial piston unit. If a load change occurs, the secondary control reacts immediately by accelerating or decelerating the process, thus maintaining a constant speed. Compared to conventional hydrostatic drives the secondary control is a dynamic drive.

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