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PWM DC Motor Speed Controller

PWM DC Motor Speed Controller

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  • This is 9V-50V 10A PWM DC Motor Speed Controller
  • This Controls the speed of a DC motor with this controller High Efficiency 
  • This has high torque and low heat generation With reverse polarity protection, 
  • This has high current protection Suitable for the DC motor (or DC load) within 10A
  • The Potentiometer with switch function for PWM adjustment.

9V-50V 10A PWM DC Motor Speed Controller

This is the 9V-50V 10A PWM DC Motor Speed Controller, The DC Motor Speed Controller allows controlling the direction of a DC motor using a Pulse-Width-Modulated (PWM) DC voltage with a Duty Cycle fully adjustable from 10%-100%. The motor speed controller can provide a continuous current of 10A to your DC motor or other DC load. The circuit also includes a 10A fuse, with the reverse connection of the power supply and control voltage over-voltage protection function.

This speed regulator uses a barrier terminal block as its wiring type. The output voltage is linear under load and features a control frequency of 13kHz.

Features:

  • Control the speed of a DC motor with this controller.
  • High efficiency, high torque, low heat generating.
  • With reverse polarity protection, high current protection.
  • Control voltage over-voltage protection function
  • The overload and short circuit protecting current is 10A

Package Includes:

1 x 9V-50V 10A PWM DC Motor Speed Controller

Specifications:

Input supply voltage  9V - 50V DC
Control Power 0.01 – 500W
Static Current 0.02A (Standby)
PWM Duty Cycle 10% - 100%
PWM frequency 13kHz

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1. What is a PWM DC Motor Speed Controller?

  • The DC Motor Speed Controller allows controlling the direction of a DC motor using a Pulse-Width-Modulated (PWM) DC voltage with a Duty Cycle fully adjustable from 10%-100%. The motor speed controller can provide a continuous current of 8A to your DC motor or other DC load. The circuit also includes a 10A fuse, with the reverse connection of power supply and control voltage over-voltage protection function.

2. How does PWM affect motor speed?

  • The motor will run at a speed halfway between zero and full speed if we switch the power on and off quickly enough. A PWM controller does exactly that it turns on the motor in a series of pulses. Pulse Width Modulation is used to control the motor speed by varying (modulating) the width of the pulses.

3. How does PWM control speed of DC motor?

  • Pulse width modulation speed control works by driving the motor with a series of “ON-OFF” pulses and varying the duty cycle, the fraction of time that the output voltage is “ON” compared to when it is “OFF”, of the pulses while keeping the frequency constant.