Brushless speed controller

April 19, 2011
The BL100 brushless dc speed controller has an input operating voltage up to 48 Vdc and 10 A of continuous current, 20-A peak. Closed-loop control with adjustable P and I values lets users fine-tune the controller

The BL100 brushless dc speed controller has an input operating voltage up to 48 Vdc and 10 A of continuous current, 20-A peak. Closed-loop control with adjustable P and I values lets users fine-tune the controller.

The BL100 can be used in either analog or digital mode: Analog mode lets users adjust speed and direction via the onboard potentiometer and external potentiometer for higher resolution. Digital mode allows for communication via RS-485 (RS-232 and USB converter cards are available) and comes with a complimentary graphical-user interface that lets users configure acceleration and deceleration profiles along with controlling multiple speed controllers through assigned character addresses.

Lin Engineering, 16245 Vineyard Blvd., Morgan Hill, CA 95037, (408) 919-0200, www.linengineering.com

© 2011 Penton Media, Inc.

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