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DC Speed Control, 12/24VDC, 2A, NEMA 1/4
- Item # 5JJ54
- Mfr. Model # 13DV2A
- UNSPSC # 39121510
- Catalog Page # 345
- Shipping Weight 0.4 lbs.
- ItemDC Speed Control
- Shunt Wound Volts10/20VDC
- Voltage Output12/24VDC
- Input Voltage12/24VAC
- HP @ Higher Volts1/200 to 1/20
- HP @ Lower Volts1/400 to 1/40
- Speed Range25:1
- Speed Regulation+/-1% of Base Speed
- Current/Torque LimitNone
- Accepts Tach FeedbackNo
- Max. Amps2
- Dynamic BrakingNo
- Linear AccelerationFixed 0.5 sec.
- IR CompensationAdjustable
- Follower CircuitNo
- Mount TypeCompact Panel
- Operating Temp.-10 Degrees to 45 Degrees C
- External SwitchesOn/Off
- For Use WithMaterial Handling, Laboratory, Food Processing, Pump, Fan/Blower, Conveyor, Machine Tool, DC Motor and Spooling Applications
- StandardscULus Recognized
- IncludesSpeed Potentiometer
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