Posted on May 18, 2010 - ( views)
The maxon motor DEC module 50/5 controller is a digital amplifier with speed controller for controlling electronically commutated brushless DC motors with Hall sensors up to 250 watts. The powerful plug-in module can be seamlessly integrated into complex applications with minimum effort. The module works with an operating voltage of up to 50 VDC and with an output current of 5 A in continuous operation. The amplifier offers a large number of inputs and outputs, including enable, speed ranges, speed monitor, direction of rotation presetting, current limiting, and operating status. It also offers protection features such as overcurrent, undervoltage and overvoltage, thermal overload and short circuit.
Sensorless operation of brushless DC motors
Delivers fast digital current control
For rough operating conditions
For cost-optimized drive systems
Allows drive selection with a few parameters
Feed forces of up to 400 N
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