Brushed Drives Category(5 companies)
Advanced Motion Controls offers brush drives in two configurations: BRUSH Series panel mount/analog and AZ Series plug-in/analog. Drives have voltage ratings range from 20 to 400 VAC, peak currents up to 100 A, a 60 V maximum tachometer feedback, and peak rated power ranging from 0.5 to 38 kW. All models are compatible with inductive load, voice coil, and brushed motors.State: CA
Texas Instruments offers brushed DC drivers. Drivers have RMS output currents ranging from 1 to 7A, peak output currents ranging from 0.1 to 12A, operating temperatures ranging from -40 to 125°C, and rDS on Ohms ranging from 0.2 to 1.25. Additional features include: 1X brushed @ 12/24A, current sense pin, 12C I/F, Spi-Control interface, voltage regulation, etc.
Toshiba offers brushed DC motor drivers for medical equipment, industrial X-Y tables, office automation products, and toy applications. Motor drivers range in peak motor bridge voltage from 6 to 50V, they have a maximum peak current of 4.5A, and have 1 to 2 available brushed DC motors. Other functions include: standby (power save system), a logical 2/3 bit interface, multiple function modes, 2 PWM driving schemes, a low RDSon, etc.
MSI Tec Inc
MSI Tec, Inc. offers DMC Series Brush Servo Drives in 2 models. Drives have an operating voltage range from 20 to 80 VDC, a peak current range from 12.5 to 25 Amps, and a ±10 VDC command output. These drives require a DC power supply and are switch configurable for four standard configurations: IR compensation, voltage, velocity, and torque.State: CO
Performance Controls Inc
Performance Controls, Inc. offers DCD Series digital drives for brushed motors for amplifier circuit, motor circuit, electric vehicle, and automation applications. Drives range in output power from 3.2 to 25 HP, they have a maximum output range from 85 to 700 RMS, and an operating temperature ranging from 0 to 50°C.State: PA