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What DC drive controller will produce more than 90vdc from 115vac?
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try looking at www.minarikcorp.com
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What DC drive controller will produce more than 90vdc from 115vac?



The Surplus Center has a couple of different ones. Just search for controller
on their web site:

http://surpluscenter.com/

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On Sat, 29 Dec 2007 22:24:41 -0600, Louis Ohland
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What DC drive controller will produce more than 90vdc from 115vac?


Bodine's DC drives use filtered supplies and have a nominal 130VDC
output. Downside is that they're very expensive compared to an
equivalent KB, Dart, or Minarik controller.

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Just got off of Bodine's site, their DC motors go up to 1/2HP, their DC
PWM drives to 7/16HP, SCR drive to 1/3HP.

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What DC drive controller will produce more than 90vdc from 115vac?


Bodine's DC drives use filtered supplies and have a nominal 130VDC
output. Downside is that they're very expensive compared to an
equivalent KB, Dart, or Minarik controller.



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A common drive is 115vac to 130vdc.

KB Controls among others...

KBPW-240D Black (8401) DC Drives, Nema 4x
http://www.kb-controls.com/product.s...&productId=112

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What DC drive controller will produce more than 90vdc from 115vac?



The Surplus Center has a couple of different ones. Just search for controller
on their web site:

http://surpluscenter.com/

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