Midwest Motion Products Introduces New MMP25A-24V Motor Speed Control Module

  • May 27, 2005
  • Midwest Motion Products
  • News
Midwest Motion Products Company is pleased to announce the release of the new "MMP25A-24V” Motor Speed Control Module. This unique Modular design, a solid state PWM switching device, provides unidirectional DC Motor Speed control, and is ideal for all battery-powered applications that require adjustable speed of a DC Motor or Gear Motor... Able to deliver 25 Amps continuous current at 24 VDC, this compact (1 x 2 x 4”) control delivers the current required to power most Brushed DC Motors, by delivering 600 watts of continuous output power. Now, with the latest design enhancement, this device is capable of delivering up to 40 Amps of PEAK (momentary) current, for a PEAK output power capacity of 960 Watts.The design is fully encapsulated (potted) enabling it to meet the "IP-65" standard rating for resistance to the elements and harsh environments. The outer casing is brushed aluminum, and two 6.35mm diameter thru-holes are provided for easy mounting to any flat (heatsinking) surface. A set of 7 “Quick Connect” terminals is provided for connecting to power, motor leads, and a potentiometer, one of which is provided with each unit. This design is also capable of accepting a 5-0 VDC Analog Command Signal.The MMP25A-24V has been designed for successful operation in numerous applications that include Agricultural, Sign Motion, Pop-up Training Targets, Power Winches, robotics, portable instruments, Air moving devices, Automated Guided Vehicles, Ventilators, Compressors, Pumps, Conveyors, RV/Trailer Range Hoods, Food Processing, Automotive & Transportation Industry, Chemical Feeders, Pumps, Gear Motors, Wire Feeders, Photo Processing, Paper Processing, Hose & Cable take-up Reels, and Vibratory Feeders. A Free CD ROM “e-Catalog” is available to all respondents.For additional information, Contact Midwest Motion Products or visit their web site at www.midwestmotion.com.

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