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XP08-60DC Low Voltage Motor Control

Minarik's XP08-60DC drive provides high performance at a low cost. Designed for applications running from a DC power supply or battery power input, the DC/DC XP series controls brush-type DC motors from 1/50 HP throught 2 HP. Remarkabley efficient, this DC/DC drive operates low voltage motors from 12VDC to 60VDC, up to 60 amps. Users requiring specifications outside of this range should consult the factory.
Properly rated, the XP08-60DC drive can operate motors from different voltage specifications. We also feature a switch mode power supply to keep the drive logic at a level sufficient for stable operation when the incoming battery voltage sags below rated specifications. Pulse-width-modulation (PWM) circuitry in the DC/DC XP drives results in quick circuit response and a constant 1.01 form factor throughout an 80:1 speed range.
The XP08-60DC drive is ideal for applications using remote control and where AC power is inaccessible and is an excellent alternative to mutliple stand alone drives in AC powered machinery.

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  • MM footprint: An extremely compact size in an industry standard mounting footprint.
  • Low cost: Designed for OEM applications.
  • Speed range and regulation: 1% regulation over 80:1 speed range.
  • User adjustable calibration pots: IR compensation, max speed, current limit and acceleration/deceleration.
  • Stopping modes: Decelerate to a stop by adding a N.O. switch to the pot circuit or add dynamic braking switch and resistor.
  • Spade terminals: Easy to use, lower cost and able to fit in a smaller package.
  • 22kHz switching frequency: A high switching frequency means a quiet motor!
  • DC input voltage: Accepts DC input and outputs DC voltage up to 95% of the input with near perfect form factor. Special DC input and output voltages may be accommodated. Please contact the factory.
  • Additional features: Switch mode power supply to maintain stable drive operation under low voltage battery condition.