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- ItemDC Speed Control
- Shunt Wound Volts100/200VDC
- Voltage Output90/180VDC
- Input Voltage115/230VAC
- HP @ Higher Volts1/4 to 1
- HP @ Lower Volts1/8 to 1/2
- Speed Range50:1
- Speed Regulation+/-1% with Armature Voltage Feedback, +/-0.5% with Tach Feedback
- Current/Torque LimitAdjustable
- Accepts Tach FeedbackYes
- Max. Amps5
- Dynamic BrakingNo
- Linear AccelerationAdjustable 0.5 to 8 sec.
- Linear DecelerationAdjustable 0.5 to 8 sec.
- RotationSingle Direction
- IR CompensationAdjustable
- Follower CircuitNo
- Mount TypeChassis
- Operating Temp.-10 Degrees to 45 Degrees C
- External SwitchesNone
- For Use WithMaterial Handling, Laboratory, Food Processing, Pump, Fan/Blower, Conveyor, Machine Tool, DC Motor and Spooling Applications
- StandardscULus Recognized and CE Certified
- IncludesSpeed Potentiometer Knob and Dial Plate
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