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RG61U DC Motor Control


The RG60 Series is a compact, full-featured regen drive ideal for applications that require braking or reversing, especially with high duty cycle. Standard features include a choice of tachogenerator feedback or armature feedback, nine trim pots including forward and reverse independent adjustments for acceleration and torque, cage clamp and plug-in terminal block for secure and easy connections, and current limit LEDs. The RG60 Series has the ability to choose the enable and inhibit terminals to operate either "normally open" or "normally closed".

Potentiometer Kit 202-0104 is included with a purchase of the RG61U


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Enclosure Maximum
Power Range Field / Shunt
Braking Reversing Isolation
RG61U Chassis 1.5 115 0 - 90 1/20 - 1/8 .04 - .10 No Yes
230 0 - 90 1/20 - 1/8 .04 - .10
0 - 180 1/10 - 1/4 .08 - .20


  • MM Footprint: Traditional MM mounting pattern and footprint
  • 4Q Reversing: Regenerative / 4-Quadrant drives have the ability to perfrom quick and contactorless braking and/or reversing on-the-fly
  • Stopping Modes: Inhibit for braking to a stop. Enable for coasting to a stop. Can be used for rapid starting and stopping
  • Configurable Enable and Inhibit: Can be configured to be either normally open or normally closed
  • Quick Disconnect Terminal Allows for quicker wiring and setup
  • Diagnostic LEDs: Forward Current Limit, Reverse Current Limit, Power
  • Tach Feedback: Accepts tachogenerator feedback for tighter speed regulation

Technical Data

  • 1.37 Form Factor
  • 2% Base Speed Regulation over 50:1 Speed Range
  • 0.5% Base Speed Regulation over 60:01 Speed Range with Tach

Trim Pots

  • Maximum Speed
  • Minimum Speed
  • Forward Acceleration
  • Reverse Acceleration
  • Forward Current Limit
  • Reverse Current Limit
  • IR Compensation
  • Deadband
  • Tach
Introduction to the RGM Series
RGM400 Series Wiring (Line, Motor, Speed Pot)
RGM400 Series Wiring (Alternate Speed Pot Configurations)
Trim Pot Calibration: Minimum Speed
Trim Pot Calibration: Maximum Speed
Trim Pot Calibration: Acceleration
Trim Pot Calibration: Current Limit
Trim Pot Calibration: IR Compensation
Trim Pot Calibration: Deadband
Trim Pot Calibration: Tach Feedback