Digital versions of M/V family motor controllers
December 10, 2014
By Alyssa Dalton
Dec. 10, 2014 – The M/V family of motor controllers from Advanced Motion Controls has added two digital drives, models DVC250A060 and DVC200A100.
DVC250A060 outputs 150A continuous and 250A peak for up to 10 seconds at voltages from 20-54VDC, while DVC200A100 outputs 125A continuous and 200A peak for up to 10 seconds at voltages from 20-80VDC. Maintaining the same dimensions as their analog predecessors, the motor controllers are four-quadrant servo drives designed to specific applications that include mobile robots, AGV’s, UGV’s, material handling and transport vehicles in industrial environments. Both models operate over CANopen and are configured using AMC’s DriveWare 7 software.
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