Model AB125A200 - Electric Vehicle Motor Controller
Analog Input Trapezoidal Brushless Servo Amplifiers
40-175 VDC Input, 80A continuous (125A peak)@ 40-175 VDC Output
The M/V™ series motor controllers are fully functional, four-quadrant servo drives purpose designed and built to operate today's modern mobile electric vehicular platforms. Providing high power from battery supplies with multiple operating modes, for either permanent magnet brushed or brushless motors, propels this motor controlling series ahead of all others. Whether for traction / propulsion, steering, lifting or any other electrically driven actuation, the M/V™ series is the newest member in a long line of successful motor controlling solutions from ADVANCED Motion Controls.
The AB125A200 servo amplifiers are designed to drive brushless DC motors at a high switching frequency for vehicle applications. It is fully protected against over-voltage, over-current, over-heating, under-voltage and short-circuits. This model interfaces with digital controllers or can be used as a stand-alone drive and requires only a single unregulated DC power supply or battery. A single red/green LED and a single digital output indicate operating status. Loop gain, current limit, input gain, offset, command ramping, deadband can be adjusted using 14-turn potentiometers. The offset adjusting potentiometer can also be used as an on-board input signal for testing purposes. It will accept tachometer input, quadrature encoder inputs, or Hall sensor inputs for velocity control.
The M/V™ series platform is excellent for many mobile and vehicle applications needing traction/propulsion, steering, lifting, etc. The ability to maximize battery life and extend vehicle operations, essentially running 'lean and mean' is the key to keeping a vehicle operating at peak performance. With unmatched power density, high efficiency, low weight, cool thermal operation and regen all built in, selecting the M/V™ series is the obvious choice.
Features of Analog Input Trapezoidal Brushless Servo Amplifiers