(Motors)
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Brushless DC (BLDC) motors have the performance advantages of DC permanent magnet motors without the need for motor brush maintenance. BLDC motors have the additional advantages of very high base... (View Full Article)
(Velocity Sensing)
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DART CONTROLS DC motor speed controls can be configured for field selectable 3 set speeds of operation by connecting a switch in the potentiometer circuit. The 3 set speeds are as follows: Valid For... (View Full Article)
(Power Supplies)
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Requirement: Some applications require more than the standard cord length provided Solution: Add SHIELDED CABLE... (View Full Article)
(Motor Controls and Drives)
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It is important to implement proper grounding of your motor control to ensure safety of personnel and protect your product investment. Chassis or circuit common (sometimes called 'ground') and earth... (View Full Article)
(Motor Controls and Drives)
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Requirement: Identify the different ways drives can be turned on/off, and advantages of each... (View Full Article)
(Velocity Sensing)
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Dart drives with speed-pot inputs can also follow a voltage control signal instead of the speedpot by connecting the voltage signal leads to the WIPER and POT LO terminals the POT HI terminal open. If... (View Full Article)
(Velocity Sensing)
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Requirement: Detect when feedback pulses from the required speed sensor are lost (sensor is defective / motor stalled) and/or when the drive output has gone to 100% (sensor feedback lost)... (View Full Article)
(Motor Controls and Drives)
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Requirement: Operate the MD Series at two or three preset speeds Solution: Use the UIN1 and / or S2 inputs in Jog mode - when either switch input is closed the drive will change to that input's preset... (View Full Article)
(Counters and Timers)
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Setting up the MD10P control for your oven requires two pieces of information: 1. The number of pulses / revolution generated by the motor speed sensor 2. The desired display at a known motor RPM... (View Full Article)
(Motor Controls and Drives)
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* DP4 used for digital, repeatable traverse speed set * DM8000 configured as Up/Down Counter * DM8000 alarm configured for In / Out Of range * Requires quadrature pickup (Dart PU-20EQUAD) on traverse... (View Full Article)
(Linear Position Sensing)
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A system is needed which will track the position of a bi-directional linear-motion platform and allow the user to select a home or zero position. The display should read in inches and indicate the... (View Full Article)
(Machine and Motion Controllers)
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A true P-I-D speed control algorithm is employed in the MD Plus and MD II Series which allows for precise response to motor loop speed or load changes. The three parameters Proportional, Integral, and... (View Full Article)
(Counters and Timers)
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An oven monitor displaying the "tunnel" time in minutes and seconds. The tunnel time is defined as the time it takes for the heated object on the conveyor to travel from point A to point B in the... (View Full Article)
(Counters and Timers)
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An oven monitor displaying the "tunnel" time in minutes and seconds. The tunnel time is defined as the time it takes for the heated object on the conveyor to travel from point A to point B in the... (View Full Article)
(Motor Controls and Drives)
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Requirement: For safety and other considerations it is required that the MDPlus Series drive with -420 option, when used with plc/SCADA system, be able to override locally the plc/SCADA drive enable... (View Full Article)
(Motor Controls and Drives)
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MD10P Motor Stall; Drive Shutoff and Alarm Concept... (View Full Article)