TabStore DBPower® DC Motor Speed Control Controller 10-50V 40A 2000W, 240Hz/2.2kHz/22kHz PWM Frequency, 5%-100% Duty Cycle Adjustable by DBPower

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TabStore DBPower® DC Motor Speed Control Controller 10-50V 40A 2000W, 240Hz/2.2kHz/22kHz PWM Frequency, 5%-100% Duty Cycle Adjustable by DBPower
$24.18
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New earth robotics Store are proud to present the excellent TabStore DBPower® DC Motor Speed Control Controller 10-50V 40A 2000W, 240Hz/2.2kHz/22kHz PWM Frequency, 5%-100% Duty Cycle Adjustable.

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For this price, the TabStore DBPower® DC Motor Speed Control Controller 10-50V 40A 2000W, 240Hz/2.2kHz/22kHz PWM Frequency, 5%-100% Duty Cycle Adjustable is widely respected and is always a popular choice amongst lots of people. DBPower have provided some nice touches and this results in great value for money.

Manufacturer Description

Package included: 1* Motor Speed Control

Product Features

Input supply voltage: DC 10V-50V. The maximum output power: 2000W The maximum continuous output current is 30A. The overload and short circuit protecting current is 40A PWM frequency: 240Hz, 2.2kHz, 22kHz. Duty cycle adjustable: 5%-100% The operation environment temperature is -20C to 40C. An appropriately rated fuse (rated a little higher than the maximum current you expect to draw) is recommended to ensure safe operation NOTE: It can NOT be used to the BRUSHLESS motor. The controller is NOT reverse-polarity protected and will be damaged if connect the supply voltage with wrong polarity. Double check all connections before applying power and always turn off the power supply before making any wiring changes