Low-voltage motor control for equipment, actuator control applications

American Control Electronics' (ACE) DCH403-10 is a low-voltage motor control with a single phase ac line source and is designed for applications such as solar-powered devices, mobile equipment and actuator control.

08/30/2016


American Control Electronics' (ACE) DCH403-10 is a low-voltage motor control with a single phase ac line source and is designed for applications such as solar-powered devices, mobile equipment and actuator control. Courtesy: American Control ElectronicsAmerican Control Electronics' (ACE) DCH403-10 is a low-voltage motor control with a single phase ac line source. The DCH403-10 combines a custom regen-capable switching power supply with a low voltage drive to allow control over low voltage motors without the negative effects of current spikes or the large BUS voltage associated with 115/230 Vac controls. The unit’s built-in circuitry diverts regenerative current to a dump resistor, allowing for quick braking. The DCH series is designed for applications such as solar-powered devices, mobile equipment and actuator control. Features include a four-quadrant drive, a contact that can be used to power an external brake coil, torque mode functionality, and resistive feedback for positioning control. It also allows floating or grounded 0 to 5 Vdc, 0 to 10 Vdc, or 4 to 20 mA signals.

American Control Electronics (ACE)

www.americancontrolelectronics.com 

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