Products/Services for Braking Resistor Manufacturer

  • Dynamic Braking Resistors (DBRs)-Image
    Dynamic Braking Resistors (DBRs) - (27 companies)
    ...with a single resistance value. Resistor arrays contain several dynamic braking resistors housed in a single package. Selecting dynamic braking resistors (DBR) requires an analysis of specifications and features. Resistance range, tolerance... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Resistors - (832 companies)
    ...the same as four band resistors except that the absence of a fourth band assumes a tolerance of +-20%. This video gives a further explanation of resistor color codes and how to read them: Video Credit: electroninstructor. Selection. When selecting... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Power Resistors - (113 companies)
    ...and industrial drives. Specifications. Specifications for power resistors include mounting style, lead type, and resistor material. Power resistors can be bolted, chassis mounted, surface mounted, or through-hole mounted. Chassis-mounted resistors... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Current Sensing Resistors - (69 companies)
    Current sensing resistors convert the current flowing through it to a voltage drop. Monitoring or measuring this voltage drop allows the current through the resistor to be measured. Applications for current sensing resistors include power supplies... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Wirewound Resistors - (73 companies)
    ...information about resistance, device labeling, and resistors in general, please visit the Resistors Selection Guide. Characteristics and Materials. While wirewound resistor materials and designs vary, all involve a length of resistive wire wrapped... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Brake Controllers - (35 companies)
    ...controller. The number of outputs equals the total number of outputs used to control, compensate or correct the braking process. Input types for brake controllers include: direct current (DC) voltages, current loops, analog signals from resistors... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Mechanical Brakes - (183 companies)
    ...continues to rotate after power has been removed, excess voltage from the shaft could create an over-voltage fault. Excess electrical energy is distributed to resistors and heat sinks, and is sometimes used to power other applications. Specifications... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Chip Resistors - (233 companies)
    ...a printed circuit board (PCB). Chip resistors are almost always square or rectangular, with the length and width of the device determining their power ratings. A cross-section of a thick film chip resistor. Image credit: Mini-Systems Inc. The table... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Resistor, Capacitor Networks - (141 companies)
    Definition. Resistor, capacitor networks (RC networks) are integrated circuits (ICs) that contain resistor-capacitor arrays in a single chip. Applications. Some resistor, capacitor networks are used to suppress transmission-line effects on high... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Shunt Resistors - (82 companies)
    ...resistors used in current conversion applications, high precision may be required. Physical Specifications. Physical specifications for shunt resistors include mounting style, lead type, and resistor material. Shunt resistors can be bolted, chassis mounted... Search by Specification | Learn More

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Conduct Research returned to the grid or quickly dissipated by a braking resistor. Otherwise, the dc bus will be overcharged and an over-voltage fault can occur. Dynamic braking resistors have been widely used to convert regenerated energy into heat loss because of simplicity and low installation cost, as illustrated...

DB WR2 = Total inertia including motor inertia and coupled load inertia (WR2 motor + WR2 load) R = DC motor armature circuit resistance and the resistance of the DB resistors (RArmature + RDB) 4320 = Conversion constant V = CEMF = [E (Applied armature volts) - IR] NOTE: Motor inertia can be found...

Energy, which is being generated during the braking process of fast rotations or heavy masses, used to be converted into useless heat by means of bulky brake resistors. Today, innovative drive technologies allow the regenerated energy to be fed back into the supply grid for further use. The new...

...permitting). Dynamic braking (motor-generated energy is fed to a resistor grid) or regenerative braking (motor-generated energy is fed back into the dc supply) can be obtained with dc motors on applications requiring quick stops, thus eliminating the need for, or reducing the size of, a mechanical...

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