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With the PWM system if you were running at 100% duty cycle and decided to speed up slightly would the pressure automatically increase or does pressure remain constant regardless and you end up under applying at that time?
You'd end up under-applying, as you eset your pressure in the cab.


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With the PWM system if you were running at 100% duty cycle and decided to speed up slightly would the pressure automatically increase or does pressure remain constant regardless and you end up under applying at that time?
Yes, the pressure would increase

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Yes, the pressure would increase
Is that right? I always figured the pressure was being set at the pump (with a flow / nozzles ratio). I definitely could be wrong though.

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Is that right? I always figured the pressure was being set at the pump (with a flow / nozzles ratio). I definitely could be wrong though.
Maybe it depends on the sprayer but my pinpoint on a new holland sp.333f does for sure.
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My AIM Command will not increase pressure if I am over the duty cycle, as far as I know their is no setting to increase pressure if you are over the duty cycle, maybe somebody with more tech savvy has a answer.
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My Case Aim does not increase the pressure. The rate will actually start to drop once you go faster than the nozzles can put out at 100%. I don't have the aim pro or pinpoint, just the basic model.
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