250521 - 

Motor Controller, Servoamplifier, LSC 30/2 Series, 2 A, 12 to 30 Vdc

250521 - Motor Controller, Servoamplifier, LSC 30/2 Series, 2 A, 12 to 30 Vdc

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The 250521 is a Servoamplifier Controller with module housing. 4-Q operation for acceleration and braking in both directions. Ideally suited for small outputs power, low electromagnetic emission, no motor choke required. IxR compensation, voltage control, encoder speed control, DC tacho speed control or current control selectable with a switch from outside. Robust metal housing with variable installation options on assembly plate or 19-inch rack. Linear 4-quadrant servoamplifier for permanent magnet activated DC motors up to approximately 50W.
  • Screw terminal
  • Green LED = READY, red LED = ERROR indicator
  • -0 to 45°C Operating temperature


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