electric motor control

motor controller

A controller which governs the power delivered to a motor (or group of motors).
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In keeping with the commitment to continually deliver ultimate performance and comfort, A-dec is also introducing a new lever foot control, engineered specifically for improved electric motor control.
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) and the International Electro-technical Commission (IEC) are the world s dominant electric motor control standards.
Automatic operation is supervised by PLC, with inverter drives and conveyor mounted sensors providing the main electric motor control for continuous or automatic production speed variations.
said Thursday it is recalling about 75,000 Prius hybrid cars as the gasoline engine may stall due to a software problem in the electric motor control system.
He does: three of them, to be exact--one for a "Vehicle Power Seat Adjuster Control System" (the electrical unit that moves a car seat back and forth) and two for a "BiDirectional Electric Motor Control Circuit" (the motorized pull-down unit that automatically closes a car trunk).
A switchgear is a combination of devices designed to control, regulate, meter and protect electric generation, transmission and distribution equipment, and electric motor control systems.
Saving die area with a small gate count and high performance provides Weltrend's SoC a competitive advantage competing for a large share of the booming electric motor control market.
The S12VR64 MCU combines the different devices required for relay-driven electric motor control, including the LIN physical layers, voltage regulators and low- and high-side drivers, into one device.
VisSim has been used in projects ranging from process control, aerospace, mechatronics, electric motor control, pulp and paper, nuclear, wind and hydro power, data communications, economics, HVAC, and biomedical applications.
Baghzouz has over 125 published articles on power quality, machine modeling, and drives for electric motor control technology.
It describes the basics of electric motor control and the current emphasis on technologies that combine maximum performance with minimum environmental impact.