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DM300020 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided 3-Phase High Voltage Power Module is optimized for 3-phase motor applications that require DC bus voltages up to 400 volts and can deliver up to 1 kW power output. The high voltage module has an active power factor correction circuit that is controlled by the dsPIC30F device. This power module...
DM183021 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided interface (MC-GUI). Motor terminal strip. 3-phase voltage source inverter bridge. Motion sensor inputs. Over current protection, level programmable using potentiometer. Temperature sensor with I2C interface. Push button switches and master reset. 9 LEDs, 3 for generic status indication and 6 for PWM...
DM330023 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided supports the dsPIC33F Motor Control device family and offers a mounting option to connect either a 28-pin SOIC device or a generic 100-pin Plug-In Module (PIM). The system has a three-phase power module device that contains the motor inverter and the gate driver ’s circuitry. The circuit drives...

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    Although Hitachi does not offer inverters above 3 hp specifically sized and rated for single-phase operation, single-phase power can be safely used with larger 3-phase rated inverters, provided that care is taken to properly upsize and apply the inverter. As background, for a given power (kW/hp
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