High Country Tek, Inc.

Nevada City, CA 95959


About High Country Tek, Inc.


208 Gold Flat Ct.
Nevada City, CA 95959
United States of America

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High Country Tek, Inc. (HCT), founded in 1983 in Nevada City California is recognized as North America’s foremost independent designer and producer of modular, extremely robust, high reliability digital and analog electronic controller products for the fluid power industry.

Our signature method of total encapsulation using a flame resistant resin offers complete electrical integrity, making both our ‘Specialty Range’ and our fully programmable DVC series impervious to the typically harsh environment seen in the industry while providing full and uninterrupted operation.

HCT can provide authentic U.S. built products with application support locally or if required, at any location across the globe with our in-house customer support or through our distribution channels based around the world. We offer training on our products, application programming and usage while our flexible and innovative configuration allows us to offer extended services that include private labeling of any existing HCT product or full customer special product design with unique packaging if required.

Recognized as innovators and market leaders covering general Mobile, Industrial and Marine applications, we are also, globally acknowledged in the ‘Hydraulic fan cooling’ and ‘Hydraulic generator controller’ segments where significant fuel, emission and operational savings can be realized by using one of the company’s controllers to optimize the applications operation.

Please feel free to look around our website and contact us if you would like to discuss an opportunity, particular controller or an application that you need to control, our sales and application team would be pleased to work with you.

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Electronic Valve Controller

Feb. 9, 2016
The evc controller offers the user multiple options in one neat package. The command signal can be either industry standard voltage ( 0-5VDC or 0-10VDC ) or current ( 4-20mA )...