motor controller

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motor controller

A controller which governs the power delivered to a motor (or group of motors).
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Its transistor-based drive allows saving up to 44% of electricity thanks to recuperation in comparison to rheostatic power operated motor controllers. Electric equipment is placed on the roof in hermetically sealed containers to prevent damage from atmospheric phenomena.
This family consists of field-oriented control (FOC) brushless DC (BLDC) electric motor controllers that are customer code-free.
VFDs are energy saving motor controllers that allow motors to ramp up and down based on demand, as opposed to a traditional starter that runs a motor at 100 percent during any operation.
SunTech Drive's Pico family of universal variable speed motor controllers will be the end nodes driving each of the individual loads, upgrading installed systems to "smart" loads.
Rittal says its new motor controllers for its RiLine Compact power distribution system offer a sophisticated solution and to help engineers, it has also produced a 3D configurator that reduces the time required to generate Compact RiLine busbar systems.
Extensive testing throughout the winter season optimised the motor controllers and enhanced the traction control software.
Contractor shall provide all labor, supervision, material, equipment and outside services necessary to repair, refurbish or replace small electric motors, compressors, pumps and motor controllers on an as needed basis.
"Simple to install and program, GEN5 motor controllers will set new standards of reliability, flexibility, and security in on-road applications.
Earlier this year Sevcon received a grant of [pounds sterling]400,000 from the Regional Growth Fund for the development of new range of motor controllers which would help create 20 new North East jobs.
The unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) uses seven EZSV23 (pictured, top middle) servo motor controllers and drivers, and two EZSV17 (pictured, bottom middle) servo controllers and drivers.
It explains motor controllers and their theory, operation, installation, and maintenance of various electrical systems, covering tools and equipment, safety, symbols, control circuits and diagrams, switches, magnetism and solenoids, relays, electric motors, timers, sensors and sensing, valves, motor starting methods, solid-state reduced-voltage starters, speed control and monitoring, motor control and protection, three-phase controllers, drives, transformers, power generation, power distribution systems, programmable controllers, troubleshooting and maintenance, and careers in electricity.
The vehicle is available in two versions with top speeds of 28 and 50 miles per hour respectively, and they are equipped with Sevcon Gen4 Size 2 and Size 4 motor controllers.