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EM-206 BRUSHLESS MOTOR CONTROLLER 12-36V 10A

EM-206 is a DC-motor controller that is designed for brushless motors with hall sensor feedback. The unit has a mosfet-type high efficiency power stage. EM-206 can be connected to motors using 60º or 120º commutation. The unit is equipped with standard controls, such as speed, stop, reversing and braking. Mechanical installation can be done with screws or by using a rail mounting base.

There are two control options. Direct control (open loop) sets motor voltage in proportion to control voltage, as with a standard DC-motor. Frequency locked control (closed loop) uses hall sensor feedback for speed set besides commutation set. This way a precise speed control is attained. Closed loop response can be altered so that the adjustment remains stabile in given application. Speed control signal can be scaled with trimmers. Current limit restricts motor torque when motor current exceeds set value.

Current limit can be set with a trimmer or with external signal. Fault output indicates the operation of the current limit. EM-206 is protected against surge voltage and overheating (excess load). The unit requires an external fuse. As an option, EM-A1 expansion card can be installed, this makes it possible to control EM-206 with ±10V signal.

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Technical data

Supply voltage  12...36 Vdc
Over voltage protect.  39Vdc
Idle current  approx. 50mA
Motor current  10A rms
  15A 50/50%
Current limit  0...15A
Current limit input  0-5V corresponds to 0-15A
  (input imp. 10k)
Thermal protection  120ºC (heat sink)
Voltage loss  0.8V @ Im=10A
Control voltage  0-10V (0-5V adjustable)
Control potentiometer  2-10k
Control voltage output  5V (max 10mA)
Hall voltage output  6.5V
Digital control  “high” @ Uin=3...30V
  “low” @ Uin=0...1V or open
Control Input impedance  10k
Fault output  NPN open coll. 30V 10mA
Dimensions  89x73x25mm
Weight  approx. 130g

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