electric controller

electric controller

[i¦lek·trik kən′trōl·ər]
(electricity)
A device that governs in some predetermined manner the electric power delivered to apparatus.
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"The 72 volt battery system; an electric controller that doled out the battery power to the drive motor that spun the rear wheel; the DC electric motor that drove the bike; it was all new to us," says Quinn.
Our top prize winner will receive the Cambrian Coast Train Set, which comprises a Great Western steam engine with carriages, an oval track and electric controller, plus, the book set by Ian Cryer, which includes Rachael's First Day, Monkey Business, A Clear Round For Rachael and a colouring activity book.
The manual electric controller operates a net-wrap system for wrapping round bales.
[2] the electric controllers being applied in the industry are divided into the following two types:
The ETR 230-235 series combines on-board electric controllers, AC motor technology and a servicing software system that optimizes power and performance.
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The manufacturer of electric controllers for on and off-road vehicles suffered from the US fiscal cliff crisis and woes in the eurozone in late 2012 and early 2013.
And in another room teams of engineers are huddled together looking at ways of improving, and developing further, the world-leading products that make up Sevcon's portfolio of electric controllers.