Power: 0 W - 9000 W
Current: 4 A - 32 A
Current: 0 A - 2700 A
Current: 3 A - 12 A
The Mentor MP DC drive is designed based on Control Techniques' AC drive technology. Through this design, it adapts features such as a smart card for parameter storage and PLC program. It also has three ...
Power: 75 W - 370 W
The VE/B is a resilient DC drive that functions in 1 quadrant. It is remarkably user-friendly without requiring additional programs. It contains a MFA and MS motor type, a single-phase 230 V voltage with 0.075 to 0.37 ...
Power: 500 W
The 1 Q-controller WDS 1,8 I and 1 Q-controller WDS 3,5 I feature an adjustable armature current limiter. These controllers may be connected to an Analogue-Tacho 15 VDC/1000 RPM, and can be fitted in the switch cupboard using the supplied ...
Current: 5, 3 A
The 24/36ZWSK05-S/10-S series of brushless motor driver features small current and two-quadrant running. It has speed regulation, forward and reverse rotation control, as well as speed signal output functions.
Current: 8 A
The 24/36/48ZWSK15 series of brushless DC electric motor driver features two-quadrant running. It has many functions, such as speed control, forward and reverse rotation control, speed signal output, and failure alarm.
Current: 15, 10 A
Two-quadrant running, speed regulation, forward and reverse rotation control, speed signal output, failure alarm
Current: 25 A
Large current, two-quadrant running, forward and reverse rotation control, speed governing, speed signal output, failure alarm
Current: 30 A
Very compact 4-quadrant controller to control brushless or brushed DC-motors. PC-software easy to use for parameterization. Basic modes such as speed, position and torque are easy to parameterize. CAN ...
Power: 300 W - 1000 W
Current: 1 A - 5 A
We offer a full range of electronic controllers, for DC permanent magnet or would field dc motors. -Input voltage : 230VAC or 110VAC, or 12/24/36VDC depending on the model. -Boxed or skeleton -Rated current ...
Power: 150 W - 600 W
Current: 1 A - 4 A
Current: 6 A - 12 A
Current: 2 A
Current: 30 A - 3000 A
Automatic calibration of loop of current and speed. 5 independent and programmable Slopes. Linear slope in programmable "S". 7 Multi programmable speeds. Speed limits with regulations. Independent for each direction ...
Power: 5000 W - 800000 W
Current: 30 A - 2050 A
BKD/BKF 7000 — the power converter for drives up to 800 kW The BKD/BKF 7000 series includes line-commutated power converters for variable-speed DC drives with microprocessor control. In addition to ...
Current: 17 A
Brushless drive 230Vac. The brushless drives EASY is available in CANopen (DS402 profile) version. The range includes one size, 17A (peak current) to 230Vac.
Current: 8 A - 200 A
The LBD brushless drive series is available in CANopen (DS402), EtherCAT, ± 10V pulse/direction. The range includes drives from 8A to200A (peak current) at 400Vac.
Current: 15 A
Power supply: 275 ÷ 730Vdc (560Vdc Nominal). Peak motor current: 15Arms Logic supply: 24Vdc Protection: IP65 Security: STO, 2 channels Input/Output: 3 digital inputs PNP 24V 2 digital outputs PNP 24V ...
Power: 300 W
Current: 6 A
EA25 : ElectroCraft CompletePower™ Drives Technology used: Brushless, Speed/Torque Control No. of Quadrants: 2 Nominal Current: 6A For BLDC Motors. Up to 300W. This two-quadrant brushless DC ...
Power: 1680 W
Current: 8 A - 24 A
... Electrocraft. It is a PWM brushless DC motor drive, with capacities of 8 A to 24 A and 1680 W. The unit is embedded in a sturdy aluminum housing which can be DIN-rail mounted of panel mounted for easy ...
Power: 175 W
Current: 5 A
Brushless DC motor speed controller is an integrated drive electronic device. It is made up of compact and robust materials. This equipment is very easy to use and has an integrated current limiting. ...
Power: 2000 W
Current: 18, 40 A
Housed in a compact open-frame aluminum module, the two-quadrant brushless DC speed control can be panel mounted to offer easy integration. The drive has a control enable and disable option, direction ...
Power: 475 W
Current: 5, 10 A
The device is a two-quadrant brushless DC speed control meant for BLDC motors that go up to 475W. It is housed in a compact closed-frame, panel mounted aluminum module. The drive has ...
Current: 50 A
... capability to scale up continuous and pulsed output current rating to 200 A and beyond. Intensify Nx50 accepts standard 12 V DC input voltage while output is adjustable from 0 to 50 A per Nx50 device. Maximum output ...
Current: 5 A - 20 A
... from 5 A to 20 A. μECO-2 & μECO drives are very compact drives suitable to control small power motors in both DC and Brushless technology. Power voltages range ...
Current: 5 A - 10 A
Voltages from 31 to 132 Vdc, currents from 5A to 10A BLDC is a drive for the control of Brush DC brushless motors. Some possible control methods include velocity ...
The MTD6501C is a 3-phase full-wave driver for brushless sensorless DC motors. They feature 180° sinusoidal drive, high torque output, and silent drive. Due to their ...
One Way DC controls are designed to operate permanent magnet or wound field motors. If the motor's rotation needs to be changed, the armature leads need to be reversed. Some NEMA 1 and NEMA 4X controls offer optional ...
Power: 10 kW - 500 kW
DC drive power module and associated system components mounted and wired on a sub-panel, ready to be installed in an industrial enclosure. Removable keypad can be door-mounted for operator interface and local speed control. ...
Power: 1.2 kW - 1044 kW
Current: 4 A - 1688 A
PowerFlex Digital DC drive administers fast, broad diagnostics and easy integration into larger drive systems. These cost-effective drives are well suited to a variety of applications ...
Current: 6 A - 36 A
... Mi - KMS of Rexroth Bosch Group permits users to smoothly integrate a comprehensive range of motors into an IndraDrive Mi drive chain. It has Multi-Ethernet that provides output to distributed peripherals for various ...
Power: 230, 500, 330 W
Current: 15 A
Decentralized extra-low voltage drives are especially suited for applications with power ranges between conventional servo drives and miniature drives. The DC operating ...
Power: 1.2 kW - 1044 kW
Current: 7 A - 1688 A
The PowerFlex® 20P from Rockwell Automation is a DC Digital Drive specifically designed for tough stand-alone and coordinated drive control and drive system applications. ...
Power: 0.25 ch - 0.5 ch
Current: 16 A
... calibration fast and user-friendly. The PWM DC can handle an input voltage of 10 to 32 VDC and an output voltage of 95% of its initial input voltage. The PWM DC is equipped with a spade and screw ...
Power: 0.05 ch - 0.5 ch
Current: 2 A - 5 A
Bison's PWM DC Chassis is a filtered pulse-width-modulated variable speed DC drive that provides nearly pure DC power for brush type motors, with the same footmount as the SCR controls. ...
... and a supply voltage of 230...00 Vac. The drive control keeps the unit from using too much power. It also meets all application requirements. The busbar design is for group drives and uses supports ...
... existing DC drives such as ABB's Tyrak, Veritron and Sele as well as DC drives from other manufacturers. These solutions include three different options. The DCS800-E Panel Solution represents ...
How to choose this product
A DC drive controls the speed of a direct current motor. The drive/motor combination constitutes a servomotor.
Industrial uses include the control of motorized machinery, robotics, ventilation and electric vehicle propulsion.
These drives use a chopper to control variable-speed DC motors. The motors are brushless and use series or shunt permanent magnets, or separate excitation. The excitation signal is usually furnished by an H bridge using power transistors or thyristors, and pulse-width modulation (PWM).
Drives operate in one or several quadrants. Thus, they can brake the motor via energy dissipation or recovery, and reverse its rotation. They usually have inputs allowing use of a tachometer generator or the induced voltage, to ensure speed control.
They are protected against overcurrent due to a short circuit. Minimum and maximum speed, slippage, acceleration and deceleration can be governed by adjustment potentiometers. Certain drives can be controlled via Profibus, CC-Link, Ethernet/IP, DeviceNet, CANopen or Modbus field network.
How to choose
Choice will depend on the number of control quadrants and the current range.